Historic, culturally rich San Antonio is a tableau of Native Americans, Colonial Spain, the Canary Islands, Old Mexico, Germany, the historic Alamo and the Wild West – all deep in the heart of Texas. The 7th largest city in the U.S., San Antonio offers a rich heritage of architecture, neighborhoods, food, culture and traditions – blended with urban style. Plus, plenty of sunshine (300 days annually, on average).

Live it up.

Stroll, shop and dine on the Paseo Del Rio, the River Walk. Savor the best barbecue and Mexican food anywhere. Catch the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs in action. Visit San Pedro Park, the second-oldest park in the United States, and see Sea World San Antonio, the Botanical Gardens, The Witte Museum, McNay Art Institute, San Antonio Museum of Art and the San Antonio Zoo. Play golf on any of the 40 public and private courses. Children will love Schlitterbahn Water Park, Six Flags/Fiesta Texas and the San Antonio Children’s Museum. And if you like places with exotic themes, take tea in the Japanese Tea Gardens or visit the Aztec on the River, the only movie palace of its kind in Texas.