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San Antonio, known for its famous Riverwalk

San Antonio ranks as the seventh largest city in the United States and the second in the state of Texas. It is the capital of Bexar County and is located in the southwest of the country. The city has a large Hispanic population and is the epicenter of Texan culture and tourism in Texas.

Spanish explorers came upon the area in 1691 and named the place after the Portuguese San Antonio de Padua A noteworthy curiosity is that in the city of San Antonio, which was founded by Canarians and is twinned with both Canary capitals, is located the oldest Catholic cathedral in the United States, San Fernando Cathedral and whose main altar is an image of the Virgen de la Candelaria.

San Antonio is the epicenter of Texan culture. The city gained fame for numerous attractions such as the Spanish mission named ‘the Alamo‘, the River Walk, the Tower of the Americas, the Sea World, the Six Flags Fiesta Texas and for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, one of the most famous rodeo festivals in the country.

To enjoy the most of the walks and activities in the city, it is better coming in spring or fall as the temperature is cooler than during the hot summer.

A pleasant experience is reconnecting with nature while visiting the San Antonio Zoo, considered one of the best in the United States.

Get relaxed wandering around the Botanical Garden and Japanese Tea Garden and admire the beauty of flowers and exotic plants from all over the world.

The famous Riverwalk at the heart of the city boasts excellent public art exhibitions by renowned local, national and international artists. Enjoy it aboard a ship or wandering around.

You can enjoy walks through downtown San Antonio on Segway or fly over the city aboard a helicopter and enjoy the spectacular, exciting view of San Antonio, San Antonio River and the Botanical Garden.