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Discover San Antonio

The Riverwalk

The San Antonio River Walk is a city park and network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River.  Lined by restaurants, bars, shops, nature, artwork, and the five historic missions, the River Walk is an important part of the city’s urban fabric. 


The Alamo

Today the Alamo is the heart of San Antonio and it is the most visited historic landmark in Texas. Home of the pivotal 1836 battle in the Texas Revolution, the beautiful 300-year-old former Spanish mission turned fortress is open year-round and is free to visit. Experience the battlefield first hand as you "remember the Alamo."


La Cantera Resort & Spa | Golf

La Cantera Resort & Spa offers 36 holes of championship golf designed to challenge your skill from tee to green. Each course offers some of the most scenic vistas in the Texas Hill Country. The Resort Course at La Cantera, a PGA Tour stop for 15 years, was designed by golf course architect Jay Morrish and PGA Tour professional Tom Weiskopf. The Palmer Course at La Cantera, built in 2001, was designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer and was voted the #8 golf course in Texas by Golf Magazine in 2016.

Call 210-558-4653 for more information or book a tee time online.


Loma de Vida Spa & Wellness | Spa

Loma de Vida Spa & Wellness is a secluded sanctuary immersed in nature and situated on one of the highest points in San Antonio with breathtaking views of the Texas sky. The spa invokes the spirit of the Hill Country and Texas to inspire traditional spa offerings like massages and  facials, signature experiences indigenous to the area, and results-orientated services integrating technology and nature to create a true sense of balanced well-being.


Tours Available

If interested, please reach out to Mallory Rood, Meetings Coordinator.

  1. Best of San Antonio Tour: The Alamo, River Barge & Alamo City
    Experience the must-sees of the Alamo City with our Best of San Antonio Tour! Guests will see what makes San Antonio unique, from historical landmarks to cultural hotspots. The tour will start at The Alamo itself.  After touring The Alamo, guests will cruise down the San Antonio River in a chartered river barge.  We invite you to relax and take in the picturesque surroundings while learning about San Antonio Riverwalk culture and history. Finally, guests will experience firsthand some of San Antonio's Hispanic heritage at El Mercado, which is the largest Mexican market outside of Mexico. Take in the rich history and culture of El Mercado as you explore the rows of authentic Mexican food and spices, jewelry, clothing, and other crafts.
  2. The Pearl District:  Culinary & Shopping Experience
    The Pearl District is a burgeoning area just north of downtown San Antonio, boasting a vast array of culinary attractions. At the heart of The Pearl stands the world's premier culinary college, the Culinary Institute of America.  With the CIA being the epicenter of The Pearl, it is no surprise that the foodie culture continues with innovating restaurants.
  3. Fredericksburg, Texas
    Take an escape to Hill Country to this quaint German town, one hour north of San Antonio. Fredericksburg features a rich Texas German culture which is prevalent along the town's picturesque main street.  Antique shops line the streets containing a plethora of hidden treasures and rare finds for those with a refined taste; German eateries and breweries provide a taste of the authentic culture; and a number of museums allow guests to experience the life of those early pioneers.  Fredericksburg is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated Texas Historic Landmark.

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