San Antonio Travel Guide
Downtown San Antonio © ZeChief
San Antonio has the friendly, welcoming atmosphere of a small
town despite being the seventh largest city in the United States.
Attractions such the Alamo, where Davy Crocket famously took his
last stand, and the restaurant-lined Riverwalk ensure that San
Antonio is one of the most popular destinations in the country,
drawing 26 million visitors per year.
The city has a unique combination of Spanish colonial plazas, downtown Germanic architecture, and vibrant Tex-Mex culture. Its music scene combines Mexican and Texan country and western strands, and its cuisine reflects tortillas and T-bones in interesting combinations. San Antonio's Fiesta week, in late April, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and now ranks as one the biggest community events in the nation.
The city is easily navigable on foot, particularly the Riverwalk, which winds its way along the San Antonio River, past cafes, restaurants, shaded groves and perfectly preserved colonial buildings. The Riverwalk is the heart of this charming city, linking its key attractions together and providing sanctuary from the heat of summer.