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It's an area of South Texas Plains that roughly 1,300,000 people reside in.
Austin, the state capital, is roughly 75 miles to the northeast of San Antonio, while Adkins is 15 miles to the east.
Start your adventures at the world-famous the River Walk and Alamo.
Let the kids blow off some steam at Six Flags Fiesta Texas and San Antonio SeaWorld. Splashtown and Kiddie Park are also worth stopping by if the little ones aren't too worn out.
You don't need to have fins and scales in order to be able to tour the aquatic life on display at Dolphin Cove-Seaworld.
Your kids can spend a whole afternoon wandering around and investigating the local and exotic animals at the San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium and the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch.
Experts and newcomers alike should consider a trip to the Sister Creek Vineyards and the Fall Creek Vineyards. Wander through the vineyards, sample the latest blends, and, to cap off a superb day, buy a bottle or two to take home with you.
Botanical displays magnificent trees and sinuous garden beds await budding horticulturalists at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens and the Japanese Tea Gardens.
When the weather is fine, grab a bite to eat and find a shady nook at one of the area's pleasant green spaces, such as Skyline Park or James Park. There's also plenty of space to lay about on the grass at Dellview Park and Pletz County Park.
Once you arrive, learn about local culture and happenings at Boerne Visitors Center and Lackland Air Force Base Visitor Center.
Take a hike and enjoy the mirror-like water at Braunig Lake and Calaveras Lake. If the weather is nice, you may even like to kick off your shoes and dip your toes in the shallows.
Need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city? Head on over to San Antonio Missions National Park and Natural Bridge Caverns. McAllister Park and Brackenridge Park are also highly recommended by nature lovers.
Grab a buddy or two and explore some of the delightful exhibition spaces nearby. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the unique collections at the Guinness World Records Museum and the Mexican Cultural Institute. The Texas Transportation Museum and the Ripley's Haunted Adventure are also worth considering.
The range of preserved objects at the Witte Museum provide an amazing glimpse into exotic, unknown worlds.
Want to see some art? You'll be spoiled with galleries of all kinds here. Start your tour of this creative enclave with a visit to the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum and the San Antonio Museum of Art. If you can fit them in, the Artpace and the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center are also well worth your time.
Journey back in time and take in the well-preserved exhibits at the Institute of Texan Cultures and the Casa Navarro State Historical Park.
To learn more about the area's colorful past, plan to visit its many historic monuments and buildings. Start the local history tour at the Pearl Brewery or Guenther House. When it comes to bygone times, there's always more to discover. The University of Texas Health and Science Center at San Antonio and the St. Mary's University are two more great places to check out.
In more dangerous times, Alamo Mission in San Antonio and Quadrangle helped defend San Antonio from enemy attack. If you're interested in military history, their scarred old walls will tell you everything you need to know.
Discover the lifestyles of some of the area's most influential families with a visit to the sprawling grounds of Spanish Governor's Palace.
Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you'll be sure to enjoy a visit to Cathedral of San Fernando and St. Louis Catholic Church. You may also like to read up on Bandera Road Community Church and Mission Concepción.
This region's most famed sights sometimes overshadow its lesser-known, but equally rewarding activities. The La Villita and Northridge Park might be just what you're after. Also, contemplate a trip to the San Antonio Central Library and the Museo Alameda if you can squeeze it in.
Less than 1 mile away via complimentary transportation are the Shops at La Cantera, offering a variety of luxury shopping and dining options, The Rim shopping center, and Six Flags Fiesta Texas. SeaWorld, downtown San Antonio, the airport and hill-country adventures such as wine tours are 20 minutes away.
This 14-story, Mediterranean-inspired hotel is on the Riverwalk, two blocks from the convention center, La Villita Historic Arts Village, and the Rivercenter Mall, and five blocks from the Alamo.
Conveniently located in downtown San Antonio, La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk is close to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and 2 blocks from the Alamo and the Riverwalk.
Located in North San Antonio - SAT, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of North Star Mall, Quarry Golf Club, and Alamo Quarry Market. Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum and San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium are also within 6 mi (10 km).
This 6-story hotel is located in the historic district, an approximate 1-block walk to the River Walk, and 4 blocks from the Alamo, Rivercenter Mall, and San Antonio Convention Center.
Overlooking downtown San Antonio's River Walk, this polished, 38-story hotel opens directly onto the Rivercenter Mall; the Gonzales Convention Center, Alamo, and HemisFair Park are two blocks away.
Situated in San Antonio, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Pearl Brewery, Alamo, and River Walk. Shops at Rivercenter and San Antonio Botanical Gardens are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Grand Hyatt San Antonio is just off IH-37, on the San Antonio Riverwalk, adjacent to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Rivercenter Mall is 1 block from the hotel, and the Alamo is 0.4 miles from the hotel.