San Antonio is regarded as one of the most popular destinations in Texas. Over and above its Old World charm and rich history, Alamo city is the home to unique and highly popular attractions to this Lone Star State. The area offers tourists, locals and visitors various options in association on what to do and see when visiting San Antonio.
This is the location to an extremely notorious battle that occurred many years ago and has been preserved remarkably. The site is open for tours, visits and tourists. It comes as no surprise that Alamo has been ranked as one of the top tourist attractions when you come to Texas and a definite “must see” for any person who pays a visit to San Antonio.
This world famous tourist attraction is always enjoyable whether you decide to take your tour afloat or by foot along the San Antonio River. This is one of those areas that you are able to spend many hours visiting or browsing through the restaurants and shops that are lined along the river’s bank.
San Antonio Zoo
Known as one of the biggest zoos in the US, the San Antonio Zoo is home to more than 3,500 animals which make it a definite top attraction for adults and children alike. Some of the animals featured in this massive establishment include the rhinoceros, spectacled bear, elephant, giraffe, kangaroo, Sumataran tiger, ocelot and many species of reptiles and birds.
Seaworld San Antonio
Marine life displays and shows, thrilling rides, a water park, adventure camps and so much more are on offer at Sea World San Antonio. The various activities on offer have made this particular establishment one of the top tourist destinations. However, tourists and visitors must know that it is close to impossible to take in all of the activities on offer in just a single visit. In order to accommodate visitors who would like to extend their stay, Sea World also offers various types of vacation plans.
This destination offers the Tower of the America’s and is still one of the top attractions since they opened their doors in the year 1968 which was the date of the Word’s Fair. This location also features exhibits that remain from the World’s Fair held in 68, a children’s playground, cascading waterfalls and the famous landmark of the San Antonio skyline.