Looking for Your Next Destination to Visit?

Well look no further, book a trip to San Antonio, Texas.

Whether you’re a resident of Texas or not, you need to make San Antonio and it’s Downtown location a spot on your list of places to visit.

Many know it of a place rich in United States History. The city of downtown San Antonio, Texas has several tourists attractions from the strolling down the Riverwalk, visiting the museums, to romantic carriage riding through the town.

Tourist Attraction #1: The Alamo – a 300 year old stone building known for the Battle of the Alamo. A battle for territory between the Mexicans and Texans. The Texans came out with a victory. So the Texas flag reaches up into the sky proudly today.

Most Alamo tours can be reserved for an individual, or private group tour. The Alamo Service also holds a summer camp for children nine through thirteen every year.

Tourist Attraction #2: The Riverwalk – a strip located a couple miles from the Alamo. There you can catch an educational boat ride down the Riverwalk and if you get hungry or thirsty, you’re surrounded with a variety of restaurants, shops, and bars.

Tourist Attraction #3: Six Flags Fiesta Texas- an amusement park 18 miles from the Riverwalk. Six Flags Fiesta Texas is full of roller coasters, bumper boats, water park rides, shopping, and live events. They offer summer ticket deals and family packages year-round. Six Flags Fiesta Texas exists because of the six different constitutions that Texas overthrew.

Tourist Attraction #4: The Missions – San Jose, San Juan Capistrano, Concepcion, and Espada are all available for tours. These Missions had special duties during the 1700s.

Tourist Attraction #5: The Museums – Briscoe Western Art Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum and seven more museums are available for visits.

San Antonio is a great and inexpensive place to visit perfect for your family vacations or a quick getaway.

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