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Top San Antonio attractions
- The San Antonio River Walk: stroll on the stone walkways alongside picturesque restaurants lining the river.
- The Alamo: one of the most important historical sites from one of the most famous battles in US history.
- The Roman Catholic San Fernando Cathedral: one of the oldest cathedrals in the US.
- Natural Bridge Caverns: the largest commercial caves in Texas.
- The Pearl: a historic district where the weekends feature vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods and other homemade products.
What’s the best way to get around San Antonio?
VIVA, a new service line from VIA Metropolitan Transit, will take you to the most visited attractions, so it’s a perfect option for your visit. There are 3 distinct VIVA routes: VIVA culture, VIVA missions and VIVA Centro. Each one takes you to different historic sights.
What’s the weather in San Antonio?
You have no need to pack a heavy winter coat. Even during the winter months, it’s rare for San Antonio to receive snowfall. During the summer months, you can expect hot weather - so pack short sleeves and shorts!