Tourist Attractions

As a top leisure destination in the nation, San Antonio boasts a vibrant mix of culture and cuisine, legendary architecture, moving history, and 300 days of sunshine a year. One of the friendliest cities in the nation, San Antonio pairs southern hospitality with Texas charm to create a welcoming atmosphere.

Much of the city’s unforgettable landscape has grown along the banks of the River Walk where stone paths run aside the San Antonio River connecting hotels, restaurants and shops in the downtown core. The 15-mile River Walk also links Spanish Colonial Missions (a World Heritage Site, along with the Alamo), museums, public art and the Pearl, a former brewery reborn into an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and entertainment.

Once you’re here, our walkable city makes it easy to get around. Jump on an open-air river taxi with GO RIO Cruises, or walk, or bike around our compact downtown district and adjacent neighborhoods with ease.

Some nearby tourist attractions are listed below. For additional information on these and other attractions San Antonio has to offer visit - The Visit San Antonio Website.

San Antonio River Walk (0 miles away)
This gorgeous walk is full of shops and restaurants, is just below street level and interconnects many of the city's attractions. Explore San Antonio on foot, enjoy a delicious meal, or get a guided our on a barge through the river. The conference hotel offers direct access to the River Walk.

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The Alamo (0.1 miles away)
The Alamo was built in the 18th century by Spanish missionaries. The site later housed a military unit and was the place where a historic battle took place in 1836 during the Texas Revolution. You can tour the multiple buildings and gardens and study the artifacts housed within.

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King William Historic District (0.7 miles away)
This 25-block area is just south of downtown and features multiple homes with Victorian, Greek revival, and Italianate styles originally built by German immigrants in the mid-1800s. Self-guided tour information is provided by the San Antonio Conservation Society.

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San Antonio Missions National Park (2.7 miles away)
The San Antonio Missions National Park was named a UNESCO World Heritage site along with the Alamo. The park connects four Spanish missions on eight miles of walking and bike trails. The park allows tourists to reach multiple buildings that range from fully renovated to unrestored on foot.

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For more places to explore in San Antonio, Texas please see the “Visit San Antonio Visitor’s Guide” by clicking here: Visitor's Guide