San Antonio Travel & Area Guide
San Antonio is a South Texas city rich in heritage, charm, and beauty. Also known as the River City and Alamo City, San Antonio is home to a culture of friendly people, historical architecture, delicious food, shopping attractions, and activities. This site offers details and pictures of places we visit, as we visit them. Information within is created and published by San Antonio residents whose goal is to provide an uncommon approach in sharing San Antonio with you. In addition to offering our take on well known tourist attractions, we will provide information about events and places less commonly known to visitors and San Antonio area residents alike. Welcome to Information San Antonio. Local information from local San Antonio residents. Whether you're visiting the Alamo city on vacation or moving here, informationsanantonio.com is a valuable resource for all.
Visiting historic San Antonio
Being the seventh largest city in the United States and the second largest city in Texas, San Antonio is a destination for leisure travelers as well as a corporate destination for business travelers. Our diverse geographical layout and downtown centered historic architecture lends itself to an enjoyable vacation spot for travelers as well as being an engaging destination for corporate travelers. Our Riverwalk runs through the middle of San Antonio's downtown business district and weaves its way through the southern parts of the city. Also, the Alamo is one of San Antonio's top tourist spots, which itself sits in the heart of downtown. The history steeped in San Antonio allows for one of the most culturally enjoyable cities in all of Texas.
if a friend visiting San Antonio was to ask me what I recommended for their stay in the Alamo city, my response would consist of many suggestions for restaurants for dining, hotels to stay in, places to go and things to do while traveling to and visiting San Antonio. First of all, I would recommend they stay downtown near the Riverwalk and enjoy the landscape and architecture along the banks of the river. I would also recommend visiting the Alamo, which is also downtown. Most tourism in San Antonio seems to revolve around the Riverwalk and the Alamo and I would therefore have to endorse the visiting of these two attractions. For visitors to San Antonio seeking to explore the cultural side of the city, I would recommend visiting El Mercado, Spanish for "the market", which is on the west side of downtown San Antonio and is home to one of San Antonio's most popular restaurants, Mi Tierra, which is open 24 hours a day. Downtown San Antonio, in itself, can be a source of enjoyment for travelers visiting San Antonio for the first time or multiple times.
Information San Antonio is a site dedicated to exploring this beautiful city as well as recommending enjoyable venues for fun, taste and relaxation. This site is dedicated to all parts of San Antonio and surrounding areas but downtown is the obvious epicenter of San Antonio's cultural flair that extends to all parts of the Alamo city and beyond. Welcome to San Antonio!