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13 Touristic and Fun Things to Do in San Antonio, Texas

Ketki Dongare Jun 29, 2019
A long line of culture and heritage has diversified San Antonio. River walks jam packed with cafes and shops, adventurous activities, and historical monuments to explore, San Antonio has plenty to offer.

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Paseo del Rio, a 15-mile long River Walk is the highlight of San Antonio.

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Full of life and vibrant colored umbrellas by the River Walk, get the best experience in the heart of the city with a joyful ride, or walk along the river exploring the many shops and restaurants.

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The 750 ft tall, Tower of The Americas accommodates a movie theater, two restaurants, and an observation deck that rotates giving a 360 degree view of the city.

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The Pearl District, as the cultural hub is the coolest neighborhood of San Antonio.

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Live band performances, cafes and bars lined up on the street, shops and galleries to browse from, this larger than life place has it all!

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Learn about the glorifying past of the battle between the Texas rebels and the Mexican army at this famous monumental building. If you are strong-hearted, go on a ghost tour offered at the Alamo.
Retreat at the first designated historic district of San Antonio, King William Historic District, a neighborhood with Victorian charm.
San Antonio houses five missions, and amongst them “Queen of the Missions” located at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park is a must see!
As named, ‘La Villita’ is a little village of the Old San Antonio and home to the first settlers of San Antonio. Walk down the cobblestone paths along the streets decked with art galleries and cafes.
Allow yourself to spend a whole day at the SeaWorld, as there is plenty to do. Visit the aquarium, ride on the roller coaster, or play in the water at the Lost Lagoon Waterpark.
Enlighten yourself with the South Texas history and culture at the Witte Museum. Make sure to visit the Dino Hall for an enthralling experience.
Head over to the Market Square, the largest Mexican market of the States. The Fiesta, held in the month of April, is the most popular event celebrated at the Market Square.
Roam around in the city with the best means of transportation of San Antonio. Buy a light-on the budget daily pass, and travel anywhere in the city in the San Antonio Streetcar.
Discovered by 4 college students in 1960, Natural Bridge Caverns is a hit amongst tourists for its natural phenomena that caters for adventure and amusement.
An entry ticket will lead you straight to the 38-acre - San Antonio Botanical Garden, along with a tropical collection at the Garden. Enjoy a walk in solitude, or eat a brunch at the historic Sullivan Carriage House- Rosella.