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San Antonio

San Antonio is a tapestry of Mexican and American history. From exciting events to restaurants and attractions, San Antonio offers a unique diversity. But the city is also known for its beauty, with excellent examples of Southwestern architecture and a plush landscape rarely seen in such an arid environment, due in part to the San Antonio River that runs through the downtown area. Whether you simply want to remember the Alamo, stroll down the famous River Walk in Downtown San Antonio or sample the Tex-Mex cuisine, you’ll find this Texas vacation spot has a charm that is distinct from any other American city. So, put on your cowboy boots as Hyatt leads you through the Alamo City.

Architecture-Arts & Culture-San Antonio
Arneson River Theater

La Villita

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 207 8610

With the San Antonio River separating the audience from the performance at this outdoor venue, it's as if you've secretly stumbled on the show.

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center

116 Blue Star Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 227 6960

With more than 300,000 visitors a year, this venue for San Antonio's contemporary art features world-renowned artists as well as locals.

Majestic Theater

230 East Houston Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 226 3333

It's hard to decide which is more captivating: the Broadway shows or the Spanish- and Baroque-inspired architecture.

Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum

6000 North New Braunfels Avenue

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 824 5368

With 20,000 pieces of art, you'll have plenty to do at this museum, but its location in a hilltop mansion is probably the most beautiful part of the experience.

Institute of Texan Cultures

801 South Bowie Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 458 2300

Mosey through this museum and you'll find that the cultural history of the state isn't only diverse, but totally enthralling.

Southwest School of Art

300 Augusta

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 224 1848

The French architecture and the beautifully manicured grounds keep the students inspired, while the exhibits and galleries attract local and visiting art enthusiasts.

Steves Homestead Museum

509 King William Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 225 5924

It's interesting to see how other people live, and this mansion demonstrates that in 1876, the owner of the Steves Lumber Company lived quite well indeed.

Skyline of San Antonio-Places to Visit
The Alamo

300 Alamo Plaza

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 225 1391

Let's face it: if you go to San Antonio without visiting the place where Texans died for their independence, then you didn't visit San Antonio.

Japanese Tea Garden at Brackenridge Park

2800 North Broadway Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 207 3000

With stone-arched bridges, lush vegetation and a sparkling lily pond, this park is great for finding peace of mind or perusing for your favorite flower.

Market Square

Commerce Street, Santa Rosa Avenue, Dolorosa and Interstate Highway 35

San Antonio TX

+1 210 207 8600

One of the spots that makes San Antonio unique, Market Square boasts shopping, dining and entertainment set amidst historic 19th century buildings.

The San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio TX

A winding path beneath street level next to the San Antonio River, this is the place to eat, shop or simply stroll your way through the city.

Africa Live! at the San Antonio Zoo

3903 Saint Mary's Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 734 7184

At the third largest zoo in the United States, you can watch exotic African animals roam around their natural habitat.

Spanish Governor's Palace

105 Military Plaza

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 224 0601

Built in the 18th century when San Antonio was a Spanish territory, this building provides the last glimpse of aristocratic life during that time.

Romantic Dinner-Eat-Drink-Play in San Antonio
Biga on the Banks

203 South Saint Mary's Street, Suite 100

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 225 0722

With all the restaurants in the River Walk area, this one is simply too good to ignore. The sesame-tempura-crusted swordfish is a delight and the wine selection is more than enough.

Bun N Barrel

1150 Austin Highway

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 828 2829

As much as people come here for the smoky goodness of the barbecue, they also come here because their parents did before them.

The Cove

606 West Cypress Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 227 2683

A combination car wash, Laundromat and restaurant, you can eat one the best burgers in Texas, then wash the sauce out of your shirt or car.


7701 Broadway

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 828 9050

This French bistro will help you understand why Texas has its own Paris. The seared duck breast has drawn rave reviews, while the lobster will make you pinch yourself.

Guenther House Restaurant

129 East Guenther

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 227 1061

It's hard to say which is more beautiful: the solid copper fixtures and stained glass windows of this restaurant or the strawberry waffles. 

Liberty Bar

1111 South Alamo Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 227 1187

Whether you order the delectable minguchi or delicious smoked pork sausage, the hibiscus and mint tea is the perfect compliment.

The Monterey

1127 South Saint Mary's Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 745 2581

The owners created this restaurant as a place where they'd like to hang out. The thing is, everyone else likes to hang out here too.

Silo Elevated Cuisine

1133 Austin Highway

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 824 8686

With dishes like Andouille and pepper jack grits or the famous fried oysters, the specialty at this eatery is upscale comfort food with a Texas twist.

Shoes-Great Shopping in San Antonio
The Alamo Quarry Market

255 East Basse Road

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 824 8885

An outdoor shopping center that rivals the size of Texas itself, locals come here for name brand and specialties like Club Humidor and Lucheese Boot Co.


418 Villita Street, Building #300

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 224 8362

A boutique that specializes in clothing and imported jewelry from Mexico and Central America, Angelita's style is universal.


6350 New Braunfels Road

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 822 0146

Beyond showing that glassworks can be beautiful, this store shows that they can be whimsical. And you can touch whatever you like because it's all insured.

La Villita

Arneson Drive and South Alamo Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 207 8610

In 1722, this area was inhabited by Spanish settlers. But now, it's a vibrant shopping area chock-full of people searching for handicrafts and artwork


311 West Commerce Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 226 2487

While a Mexican guayabera shirt will help you fit into the San Antonio crowd, you can also purchase some cool retro wear for when you get home.

Paris Hatters

119 Broadway Street

San Antonio, TX

+1 210 223 3453

Whether you want a Stetson or something simpler, this San Antonio shop has the widest selection of wide-brimmed hats around.

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