Welcome to San Antonio

San Antonio is the second-largest city in the state of Texas and the seventh-largest in the United States. Famous for its River Walk, the Alamo, Tejano culture, and being home to SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas theme parks, the city is visited by 20 million tourists every year.

Here's a clue about what you can see and do in San Antonio:

River Walk (Paseo Del Rio)
100 Villita, San Antonio, TX 78205
210 270 8748
Paseo Del Rio is located in the heart of downtown San Antonio. It is the pride of the city. Along the horseshoe shaped riverbend, the river is shaded by towering cypresses, oaks and willows and bordered by gardens of flowering ornamental plants. River cruisers travel the River Walk's three miles past unique retail shops, restaurants and nightclubs.

The Alamo
955 S. Alamo, San Antonio, TX 78205
210 225 7363
More than 2.5 million people a year visit the 4.2 acre complex known worldwide as "The Alamo." Most of them come to see the old mission where a small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against the Centralist army of General Antonio López de Santa Anna. The Alamo is open every day of the year except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
318 East Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
210 247 4000
Winner of the "Best Attraction" award from the Downtown Alliance, the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum is sure to delight people of all ages. There are two stories of the most exotic collections you've ever seen, from the unique horn collection, to cowboy memorabilia and fish from the Seven Seas. You can also see a two headed calf and a lamb with eight legs. You can test your hand in an authentic shooting gallery and arcade and these are just a few things one can see and do here.

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
2202 Roosevelt Ave., San Antonio, TX 78210
210-932-1001
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park dates from the early eighteenth century when explorers crossed the Rio Grande and began travelling though the lands north of Mexico. The area stretches nine miles and contains four important 18th-century missions.

Natural Bridge Caverns
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, San Antonio, TX 78266
210 651 6101
Natural Bridge Caverns, discovered in 1960, one of the most treasured natural attractions Texas has to offer. It is the largest cave in the area. Named after a rock bridge that spans two sinkholes, the 140-year-old-cave boasts more than 10,000 limestone formations.

SeaWorld San Antonio
10500 SeaWorld Drive, San Antonio, TX 78251
210-523-3000
You will find an ocean of family adventure at SeaWorld San Antonio, the world's largets marine life adventure park near the scenic Texas Hill Country. The park is composed of four individual parks that bring exotic creatures from the sea into an urban jungle.