Discover the Best Things to do in San Antonio, Texas
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There are so many San Antonio Texas points of interest and experiences to enjoy planning your vacation can get overwhelming. We’re here to make the planning process part of the fun! Our local experts have compiled the very best San Antonio has to offer in this online guide. The visitor’s guide includes:
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3 Must-See San Antonio Attractions
If you only have time to visit a few San Antonio attractions or want to check off the top points of interest on the first day, here are our picks for the places to visit.
Stroll the San Antonio River Walk
Of all the things to do in San Antonio, the River Walk is among the most popular for tourists and locals. The San Antonio River Walk is a unique experience you won’t find in any other city. The river winds its way through part of downtown San Antonio, through both buildings and lush greenery.
Boating through the River Walk is a popular activity year-round. It’s a relaxing way to enjoy the water, the architecture and the landscaping. You’ll also find plenty of shopping at RiverCenter, a large indoor shopping mall along the River Walk.
One of the most frequented San Antonio Texas points of interest is the Alamo. In fact, the Alamo is one of the most visited historical sites in the United States.
The world famous Alamo is right around the corner from the River Walk. You’ll see hundreds of artifacts and antiques on display that show what life was like during the siege. They also have a gift shop with souvenirs on the Alamo grounds. Visitors can stroll around the shaded grounds and absorb the history of the Alamo. There’s a nice shaded park in front of the Alamo in case you are looking for a place to stop and rest or take pictures.
San Antonio Visitor’s Center
Across the street from the Alamo, you’ll find the Visitor’s Information Center with free brochures and advice on things to do in San Antonio. The City Tours office, which provides guided tours and free information about the San Antonio area, is also nearby.
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