San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and 7th largest in the United States. It's the 24th largest metropolitan area in the country. Visited by more than 34 million annual visitors, it is a beautiful city at the axis of three different geological terrains: Hill Country, South Texas Plains and Prairie and Lakes. San Antonio is home to one of largest Latino populations, with significant African American populations. There's a lot to do in this city: fine art museums, historical missions and plenty of amusement parks in addition to great dining and lots of drinking. The culture and people are vibrant and interesting. Its downtown is one of the most lively in the nation. The River walk in Downtown San Antonio is so beautifully lit up during Christmas and it is a great place to go take your kids or just go on date with your spouse. San Antonio is a great vacation spot to go with your family they have so many things to do.
San Antonio is considered to be the cradle of Texan liberty. Its most well-known landmark is the Alamo, the site of the famous battle (1836) where Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie were killed. Though it must be said that when most visitors see the Alamo for the first time, their common reaction is "Hm, I thought it would be bigger." San Antonio is a Texas city that reflects the state's Spanish and Mexican heritage. Hispanics make up a considerable fraction of the population, and it shows in most places. The Hispanic atmosphere of San Antonio makes it a truly unique U.S. city. This becomes most evident during Fiesta week, a yearly celebration that attracts 3.5 million people to its 110 plus events from all over to enjoy parades, music, festivals, fairs and food and drink in the charming downtown streets of the city. San Antonio also have a significant African American population.