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Las mejores actividades en San Antonio

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Restaurante mexicano
“This is a Mexican Street food place at the Pearl Brewery area (the Pearl Brewery area features many restaurants, bars and shops). There is almost always a wait so keep this in mind. Small plates or appetizers to share. Indoor or outdoor on the river seating.”
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“Another excellent Gastropub serving Italian fusion with a diverse offering of cocktails. They also have a late night happy hour menu. ”
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Football Stadium
“Best new stadium of Spurs and Billy Graham evangelistic, concerts and conventions.”
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Golf Driving Range
“Super fun atmosphere with restaurants, bars and game rooms. Great date night or family fun! Top floor is best with open rooftop bar and music.”
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“In the mood for some coffee and wifi. This is a great place to work or study. ”
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Restaurante estadounidense
“A Southtown brunch favorite with a South Beach feel. Swanky setting with indoor and outdoor seating. A place to see and be seen.”
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Restaurante mexicano
“Refined mainstay from 1932 with classic Tex-Mex, interior Mexican fare, margaritas & a shaded patio”
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“Variety of shopping centers and restaurants like PF Changs, or enjoy a slice of cheesecake from Cheesecake factory. ”
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Bar de cocteles
“This downtown bar, located on the Riverwalk, has some of the most delicious food and drinks we’ve had in San Antonio! Many of the items on their menu are familiar but are somehow better than any we’ve had elsewhere. Try their fried pickles, Frito pie, and Moscow mule! (*Just FYI this restaurant can be loud and at night they dim the lights pretty low. Also, most downtown restaurants will require you to park in a parking garage & walk to your destination.. this one's on the Riverwalk though so the walk isn't so bad :))”
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“A classic and wonderful San Antonio restaurant with a wide range of options. Be sure to try the homemade bread and butter! Yum.”
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“My favorite of San Antonio's five historic missions. Mission San Jose is the largest and best preserved. If you are interested in Texas history, you won't want to miss this. Free.”
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“The botanical gardens are so beautiful! Definitely worth checking out.. If you have the opportunity to drive around a bit, the surrounding neighborhoods are fun to drive around and admire the homes. ”
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“Awesome IMAX theater, a lot of restaurants & shops around this place (the RIM shopping center)”
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Point of Interest
“We're always excited to see what the Tobin has to offer. They range from mainstream, to children's theater, to unique off-mainstream offerings.”
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“Lovely, oldest cathedral in Texas, Catholic church still holds mass here. Many weddings and other services. At night, the front of the cathedral turns into a light art project. Called The Saga, it's a 20-minute free light show depicting the founding of San Antonio through today. ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“After you see the Alamo, visit Mission Concepcion. Its the closest mission and is about 2 miles from downtown. Go on a bike to get the full experience. There are five other Missions along the trail that get overlooked so drive and make it a half day to enjoy all of them.”
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