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Whether you want to experience the thrill of rollercoasters and theme parks, or take a gentle hike through tranquil parks and countryside, San Antonio is a city everyone will enjoy. The city also packs in a whole lot of history and heritage alongside an exciting cultural calendar of events and festivals. San Antonio also has a rich culinary scene—you’ll be spoiled for choice with gourmet restaurants specializing in international cuisines.

Things to see in San Antonio

The San Antonio Missions—a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site—date back to the 18th century. Today, they are North America’s largest concentration of Spanish colonial missions. One of the most famous missions, the Alamo, is right in the center of town and houses various paintings and weaponry in its museum. For a dose of fun, you can always head to one of the theme parks located to the north west of San Antonio. Families love meeting the animals and sea creatures at SeaWorld San Antonio Texas Theme Park, while adults and big kids can feel the adrenaline pumping on one of Six Flags Fiesta Texas’s white-knuckle rides. After a busy day at the sights, the Tower of Americas offers fine dining and stunning city vistas in its Chart House Restaurant. Once you’ve had your fill of local delicacies, you can always catch a show in the tower’s 4D theater.

4-star hotels in San Antonio

Four-star hotels in San Antonio cover the full range from large, internationally recognized hotel chains to independent bed and breakfasts. There are also many historic four-star hotels in San Antonio within close proximity of many of the city’s heritage sites—most of these hotels feature traditional Hispanic decoration. To experience some true 4-star luxury, you could opt for one of the city’s all-inclusive resorts, which usually have swimming pools as well as other leisure features. As this is a major business destination, many 4-star hotels in San Antonio are very business-oriented and some even offer discounted rates over the weekends.

Where to stay in San Antonio

Staying in downtown San Antonio will put you within walking distance of key attractions like The Alamo, River Walk, and many other major sights. You’ll also be close to many public transport links, so the rest of the city is easy to reach. Most of the historic areas of the city have a large selection of cozy bed and breakfasts, offering luxury home comforts for mid-range budgets all the way up to the top end of the price scale. Business travelers after some 4-star style should check out the area around the city’s conference center.

How to get to San Antonio

Many national and international visitors fly into San Antonio International Airport. The city’s shuttle service runs daily and will take you between the airport and all the downtown hotels. It’s also possible to take the Pan Am Expressway from the airport directly to the business district. Amtrak’s Texas Eagle line runs through San Antonio on a daily basis with connections to the likes of Austin and Dallas. As for buses, Via Metropolitan Transit is the city’s local bus service, while Greyhound buses link the city up with the rest of Texas and beyond.

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