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- 1.529 million (2020)
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San Antonio houses some of the most popular historic sites in the Lone Star State. The city is also wonderful for sightseeing. People visiting San Antonio will enjoy strolling, cruising, and dining along the San Antonio River Walk. They will also have fun touring the Alamo, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and Mission Trail, San Fernando Cathedral and San AntoniolThe Saga, Natural Bridge Caverns and the Canopy Challenge and Zip Lines, and the Pearl District and Farmers Market. This is not to forget about the historic Market Square or El Mercado, the Japanese Tea Garden, the San Antonio Botanical Garden, and much more.
Food buffs are always on the hunt for exciting and popular spots. These are the best in San Antonio.
From the coziness of The Red Barn Door to the ambiance of Myron’s Prime Steakhouse, these steakhouses are the best in all of San Antonio, Texas!
Escape the city and explore a whole new side of Texas on these day trips from San Antonio!
If you're visiting San Antonio, the most-visited state park in Texas isn't far - and it's worth a visit in your free time.
San Antonio is a lively city and if you only have one weekend to spend in Texas, this is how you can live your best life there with only 48 hours.
Not only is the largest colony of wild bats located in San Antonio, but the largest colony of urban bats is also located nearby in Austin, Texas.
A guide to which missions are still open today, and how to see all five of them in one day.
San Antonio is home to some of the best parks and recreation in the state and even in the country, and these three should be on your list.
The small town of Concan is not far from San Antonio and with all its quirks and beauty, it's worth adding to the list.