Vacationing in San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio is a city full of colors, life, traditions and adventures. It is the seventh largest city in the United States and the most visited in Texas. Also, has an impressive cultural heritage of Mexican and Spanish traditions.

In this city you would get a full culture journey, with natural beauty and a wide variety of activities: whether you want a family vacation, a night out or a romantic weekend, your experience will be unforgettable.

We recommend you take a walk by the River Walk. This river crosses the entire city, and in its immediate proximity, you can find a mixture of shops, bars, restaurants, theaters, hotels and more. If this is your first visit, a good option is to get on one of the boats that take you along the river, showing and telling you the history of the city.

River Walk

Market Square or "El Mercado" is the main Mexican market that exists outside of Mexico. In it, you can find restaurants, Mexican bars and many stalls and shops full of handicrafts, clothing and souvenirs from Mexico or made by Mexicans living in San Antonio.
There are also products from other countries, such as Guatemala and Costa Rica.

Explore the first neighborhood of San Antonio, founded in 1939, La Villita Historic Arts Village is home of almost 30 galleries and stores, which harbors oil paintings, sculptures, watercolors and more, belonging to local and regional artists.

Another thing you must do is to visit the El Álamo. Famous because the battle of 1836, which has been recreated more than once in the cinema. This old Spanish mission is located at the heart of the city. Within this small museum, historical artifacts are preserved, as well as free access to the chapel. One block from the Álamo Plaza, you can relive the historic battle at the IMAX River Center Theater in San Antonio and the Texas Adventure Special Effects Theater.

El Álamo

If you go on a family plan, San Antonio has eight different theme parks: Sea World San Antonio and Six Flags Fiesta Texas are the two largest theme parks in San Antonio. In addition to these attractions, there is the San Antonio Zoo and Kiddie Park, the oldest amusement park in the country.

Finally, if what you want is to go shopping, no place better than La Cantera. In this outdoor shopping center, you can find everything you are looking for, like clothes and cosmetics, household items, etc. Among its streets, you can also find cafes, food stalls and restaurants, so you can recharge your stamina before continuing shopping.

San Antonio

There is no doubt that visiting San Antonio is a unique and unforgettable experience. Choose your bus with Grupo Senda to start your adventure.

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