Steeped in rich colonial history, it’s infused with elements of Spain, Mexico, and the Western U.S., painting the city in a vibrant light. With a dynamic convergence of cultures, the city prides itself on its diverse heritage, cuisine, and cultural influences.
Here you’ll find 18th-century Spanish missions, including the famous Alamo, alongside modern-day attractions. At the heart of the city is the River Walk, located on the banks of the San Antonio River, and lined with restaurants, shops, and theaters. Tex-Mex reigns supreme here, as does Latin music and art. A welcoming city, San Antonio is as friendly as it is exciting.