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Top Things to Do in San Antonio

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San Antonio Riverwalk

San Antonio Riverwalk

Also famous as Paseo del Rio, the River Walk offers walkways along the bank of the river of San Antonio. It is the star attraction of the city lined with restaurants, clubs, bars, shops, public artwork, natural beauty, and the five historic missions. San Antonio River Walk connects important tourist spots of the city like Tower Life Building, Arneson River Theater, La Villita, Museum of Art, the Pearl, Marriage Island, and the five overseas missions Spanish Missions. You can also enjoy boating during the evening time.

Sea World San Antonio

Sea World San Antonio

Sea World of San Antonio is the largest marine life theme park in the world. Located in the Westover Hills District of the city, Sea World San Antonio features marine mammal and animal theme park along with oceanarium in its vast area of two hundred acres. It is famous for its daredevil rides and thrilling adventures. You can visit this amusement park from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm only on weekends.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Located in the La Canters of San Antonio, the Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a real pleaser with thrilling, adventurous rides, hair-raising roller coasters, panoramic free-fall towers, and sparkling night fireworks. It crams exhilarating rides and shows with several themes. It consists of a one-of-a-kind ride with records for height, size, and speed. The Six Flags Fiesta Texas is the cynosure of hair-raising rides. “Batman the Ride” is the world's first four-dimensional free-fly coaster which allows you to experience free falls and turns. “Sling Shot” makes you feel like an astronaut. The centerpiece of the park, “Boomerang,” offers you high speed rolling with steep drops. It offers a vast variety of high-quality shows. “This is Pop” induce you to live again with the best songs of the 80's, 90's and 2000. “Holiday in the Park”allows you to have dance and fun with your favorite animated and cartoon characters. These events are recommended for every age group because 'a great show makes memories last forever.' You can visit Six Flags Fiesta Texas from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm.

Japanese Tea Garden

Japanese Tea Garden

Located in Brackenridge Park of San Antonio, the Japanese Tea Garden is famous as Sunken Gardens in the city. It consists of a sunken ground along with a serene pond, charming water fountains, and beautiful blooming flora in its vast area. The garden also provides a place for tiny tots and toddlers to play. You can visit the Japanese Tea Garden between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Mc Nay Museum

Mc Nay Museum

Located in the heart of the city, Mc Nay Art Museum is the first contemporary art museum of Texas. Spread in the vast area of twenty-three acres, it features a beautiful landscape with lush, verdant lawn, fishpond, fountains, and manicured garden of Japanese style with exquisite art galleries. Apart from modern and contemporary artworks, it is also known for its astonishing array of renaissance and medieval era. The museum also possesses a Museum Store Café along with a comprehensive library which has fifty thousand books and texts, an auditorium holding the capacity of more than one hundred seats and a Family Resource Center for hosting interactive programs, events and activities. You can visit the Mc Nay Museum from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Travelling to San Antonio , The United States of America
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San Antonio describes the history of Texas independence. Tourists come for the River Walk and the Alamo and also explore the diverse cultures of this beautiful city. These two destinations are the biggest surprise for visitors. The most popular spots of two states smack dab in the center of downtown. Locals are so excited about the ever glowing 'Pearl district' that looks like half of the city is here on the sunny afternoon of Saturdays. The large bicycle share stations make easy for tourists to explore amazing attraction in a short span of time. Honestly, you would have never seen a city with such marvel architecture and hottest spots.

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Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

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How To Get Around?

There are multiple modes in San Antonio to get around. Buses, subways, taxis, cabs, and light are available at every tourist destination spot. The Light Rails are much economical than taxis and cabs. If you want to have a quick and comfortable trip, prefer traveling in metros and subways. You can also hire self-driven vehicles for leisure tour. Rental cars are readily available in the city. Usually, tourists prefer to have this only. However, nearby attractions are best to explore on foot.

What Should I Wear?

Prefer garments of the high comfort zone. Pack apparels which can protect you from heat and sun. Wear comfortable shoes and footwear. Sunscreen and sunglasses are a must. Try to have breezy clothes. In addition to these; include sunglasses, wiping tissues, scarf, and umbrella in your luggage.

Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

November is the best month to explore San Antonio with pleasant climatic conditions and cool temperature.

Currency

United States Dollars.

Will I Need a Guide?

This website provides enough information that you will require for this tour.

How To Get There?

You can reach San Antonio by airplane, car, train, and bus. City's airport, located at the distance of twelve kilometers from downtown is a hub of several global and domestic airlines. You can directly fly to San Antonio International Airport. Amtrak and Texas Eagle run a train for Chicago and Sunset Limited for Los Angeles. It is considered the most convenient mode to travel from neighboring cities. You can also reach San Antonio by bus. Do not forget to enjoy the fascinating ride of River Taxi as the town is in the middle of Texas.

Additional Info

Take care of your valuable belongings. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Do not stock the money in one place.