Built based on a rich colonial heritage in the south-central part of The Lone Star State is San Antonio. One of the country’s most well-known landmarks, The Alamo, is located here. It served as an 18th-century Spanish mission and then preserved as a museum, marking the infamous battle in 1836 where Texans fought to become independent of Mexico. The feel and look of the Old West heritage are still alive here.

The 7th largest metropolitan area in the country is also known for much more, like the River Walk along the San Antonio River. This landmark is visited by thousands every day as they walk the promenade with the many cafes and shops. Overlooking this beautiful city is the 750-foot Tower of the Americas’ at the Hemisfair Park.

San Antonio is as comfortable as your oldest pair of jeans. It is a place you can relax and be yourself, or if you’re the big-city kind of person, there are plenty of modern day amenities to be had among the many world-renowned attractions. San Antonio is a vacation destination, and it has the active lifestyle that makes that tick.
Families in this city have year-round access to some of the most popular amusement parks: SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta. And if you’re hungry, there is food of every cuisine found in this city. From food trucks to BBQ to Tex-Mex, you’re sure not to go hungry here. Also, for the person that prefers the arts over the amusement parks, there are plenty of art, music and theater venues.