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San Antonio

Deep in the heart of Texas, San Antonio’s bold culture and historic legacies make it an ideal gateway to Texas and the region.

The flourishing River Walk, one level below street level, cradles much of San Antonio’s unparalleled charm. Here you’ll find miles of meandering paths along the banks of the San Antonio River connecting hotels, restaurants, shops, historic landmarks and more. It was this river that originally inspired the settlement of San Antonio, and it still flourishes today as the city’s center.

San Antonio’s culture lives throughout the historic architecture, neighborhoods and museums. New exhibits take place at The Witte Museum, Briscoe Museum of Western Art, McNay Art Museum and San Antonio Museum of Art. Missions San Jose, Concepcion, San Juan and Espada, along with the Alamo, are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest group of Spanish colonial missions in North America. Across the city’s neighborhoods, from King William to Pearl to the Westside, and beyond, San Antonio’s diverse culture shines through eateries, music, festivals, shops and public art.

Entertainment abounds in San Antonio. Visitors enjoy everything from superstar concerts to rodeos to sports, including the NBA Spurs. Theme parks Six Flags Fiesta Texas and SeaWorld & Aquatica San Antonio offer up thrilling rides, animal interactions and live entertainment.

As a Creative City of Gastronomy, part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, San Antonio is an international culinary destination. The culinary scene is exploding in San Antonio with chef-owned restaurants where classic Tex-Mex recipes take a new spin as Tex-Next. Talented new chefs are honing their skills at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America—San Antonio.

The rolling terrain of the Hill Country around San Antonio has charming vineyards, hillside bed and breakfasts and nationally acclaimed resorts that offer rustic refinement in the most pampering of ways, from championship golf courses to fireside spas and delectable restaurants.

As you delve deeper into San Antonio, the essence of the city’s rich culture only grows stronger. Varied cuisines, including famed Tex-Mex, fill the air with rich aromas. Music flourishes: country-western bands, mariachis, folk singers, conjunto—all singing the songs of the city. Art comes alive with river gardens, Spanish colonial architecture and prestigious museums. But nothing embodies the essence of San Antonio more than the people with their intimate and welcoming nature.

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