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Things to Do In San Antonio

If you planning a visit the land where culture and terrain blends perfectly, it is San Antonio. Below we suggest you the best things to do in San Antonio.

  • River Walk: Whenever one talks of San Antonio the first thing to do that strikes the mind is the River Walk. The downtown once faced flood problems and then the same place that created panic was turned into the city’s most beautiful attraction, the River Walk in 1929. It is a very good public spot where one will find families, kids, locals, tourists and party lovers crowding the place. This place gets livelier during Fiesta. During routine days one can visit the city heart that has numerous popular restaurants, shops and nightclubs offering the best service.

  • Sea World: The second best thing to do in San Antonio is visiting the wet theme park, which has a combination of sea world animals, roller coaster rides and remarkable shows for young and old. The animal lovers will have complete fun with Shamu (the performing killer whale) and thereafter a long walk through the natural habitats of sea lions, sharks, fish, penguins and flamingos and this also gives you a chance of watching the animals behave in their natural wild manner. Check out the incredible water skiing shows and eateries there and make sure that you stay in Sea World till night to watch the laser shows and seasonal gigs.

  • Alamo: Another San Antonio hallmark is Alamo, one of the most famous historical sites in Texas City. Alamo played a very significant role in attaining independence from Mexico. The remains of the fort are now turned into a fantastic museum that preserves the relics from history. For Texans Alamo is a holy place and the people pay high respect to this place. To know the history better, you can hire narrated tours that tell you the story as you walk through the museum. You can visit this place absolutely free!

  • Fiesta Noche Del Rio: If you want to enjoy the finesse of Mexican and Spanish dance and music make sure you attend this Fiesta Noche Del Rio. This fabulous show has been a public entertainer from more twenty years. The show is set in the open theatre, a way to spend a warm summer sunset and celebrating the city’s Latin legacy. So join in the exquisite celebration at Arneson River Theater with lovely display of vibrant colored swirling Mexican skirts and Latin music. Don’t miss it!

  • San Antonio Livestock Show & Rodeo: Enjoy the thrill at this Rodeo in San Antonio. This Rodeo happens to be the best rodeo in San Antonio and also the largest. This show starts with a mouth watering breakfast catered to more than 55,000 fans and along side fans enjoy listening to the local bands. All this fun is free of cost all you have to pay for is the entry ticket. You get to see the Professional Rodeo Cowboys performing live in front of thousand of rodeo fans. It’s great family outing visiting the Livestock Show & Rodeo in San Antonio.

  • Botanical Garden: Plan out a lovely picnic in the lush green lawns of San Antonio Botanical Garden. This 33 acres of land covered with amazing flora deserves appreciation. Many of the visitors miss onto this paradise on earth; this garden remains luxuriant all through the year. The main feature that attracts a lot many tourists is the gardens old fashioned conservatory and native plants. During spring the garden over flows with variety of fragrances. The garden also has a luncheon café and you can also opt for a guided tour here in this garden.

  • Buckhorn Saloon and Hall Of Horns: While you visit Alamo, do spare time to visit a classic saloon located just two blocks away from Alamo. This age old museum has an exotic collection of Horns, feathers and Fins.  This museum is the largest of its kind in San Antonio. Once you visit this hall of horns you will definitely be impressed with the extraordinary collection you see.  It is a unique tourist attraction that once visited captures the mind for long. Get the first hand experience yourself.

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  • Tower of the Americas: Those of you looking forward to taste America must visit the Tower of the Americas. This 750 feet tall building made of glass gives a lovely city view and an enthralling experience. The observation deck is at 500 feet. This superb building was constructed in 1968 as a symbol of progress of people of Western Hemisphere. Keep your cameras handy when you visit the Tower of the Americas.

    Get your bags ready and enjoy your trip to San Antonio.

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