Sightseeing in San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas is the most visited city in all of Texas and is an important cultural and tourist hub for the state. The original inhabitants were Native Americans who were drawn to the beautiful and very useful river, now known as the San Antonio River. In 1691 a group of Spanish explorers happened upon […]

Tips for Visiting the Alamo

Anyone who has been to San Antonio, Texas has almost certainly been to two places: The San Antonio Riverwalk and The Alamo. And anyone who has been to San Antonio and failed to stop at one of these places should know that they missed out on a great experience. This is particularly true of The […]

Group Tours in San Antonio

Remember the Alamo was a battle cry in the past but now it that has expanded and the entire city of San Antonio is worthy of more than just a passing glance. San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and the most visited in the state. Each year it is estimated that 20 […]

Free Things to Do in San Antonio

San Antonio has temperate weather year-round, is easy to navigate, is steeped in history, and offers a number of free things to do–including two of the city’s top attractions. Below are just a few of the many free things to do in San Antonio. Alamo. The Mission San Antonio de Valero, better known as the […]