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Patrick
Shreveport

San Antonio

Top 3 Must Visit Places in San Antonio?

I will be in San Antonio for about 4 days and wanted to see what the top 3 places to visit would be. Thanks!


4 Answers

answered by
Emilio from San Antonio, Texas

The river walk and Alamo, sure. Mission trail is cool to take a bike trip down to see the San Antonio Missions, there are rentals around town, and if you start in Southtown down the mission trail, take a walk in the King William district. Also quite a few places to get some lunch in the Blue Star Brewing Company area. If you’re into dive bars, St. Mary’s street is your place. Seeing a movie at the Alamo Drafthouse is cool too if you’ve not been to a food/beer serving theater. The Pearl Brewery is also a new trendy area of town with high end restaurants and a pretty sweet farmers market on the weekends.


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  2. King William (attraction)
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  4. Pearl Brewery (attraction)
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answered first by
Peter from Munich

I highly recommend to check out the River Walk. It's amazing, especially at the evening to have dinner or ride one of the gondolas...


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answered by
John from Calbayog

I've sure that answers will vary, but I'd say The San Antonio River Walk (especially at night), SeaWorld San Antonio/Six Flags and The Alamo. At the Alamo they will not let you take pictures on the inside, so that's a bit disappointing, but it's still nice to see.  Also they usually have other things in the back for you to see and buy.  A couple of other good choices the Tower of the Americas and the Ripley's Believe It or Not (downtown, but I forget the actual name).  The observation deck at the top is great for seeing the whole city.  There is a restaurant up there that rotates, but I have not eaten there.  I also just liked walking on Hemisphere Plaza, which is where Tower of America is.  Basically the south side of town (around Sea World/Six Flags) is the poorer area of San Antonio and the north side has the more upper class crowd.  I rarely go north though.  Between downtown and the south side, I'm good to go.  I hope that where ever you decide to go in San Antonio, you have a great time.  It's the only big city that I do actually like. 


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  1. The San Antonio River Walk (attraction)
  2. SeaWorld San Antonio (attraction)
  3. The Alamo (attraction)
  4. Tower of the Americas (restaurant)
  5. Ripley's Believe It or Not (attraction)
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answered by
Sarah from Germany

I would say, the Riverwalk Trail, Mission Trail (or at least see one or two of the Missions) and The Alamo. ]Also, the Japanese Tea Gardens is a beautiful place to escape for a quiet afternoon.  


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  3. The Alamo (attraction)
  4. Japanese Tea Gardens (attraction)
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