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Obscure Yet Intriguing Tourist Destinations in San Antonio Recently Released in New Guide

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A “Guide to Hidden San Antonio” has recently been released by Atlas Obscura, identifying some of the more obscure yet intriguing sights to see in the city. The guide helps travelers and staycationers make the most of their time in the Texas Hill Country.

The usual trip includes a tour of such landmarks as the Alamo, not to mention a visit and possible extended stay along the River Walk. However, Atlas Obscura prides itself on being a “global community of explorers,” amassing a compendium of “the world’s most wondrous places and foods,” which leads us to believe they’ve got the inside track, so-to-speak, in terms of what’s off the beaten trail. This listing includes such places as the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, the World’s Largest Cowboy Boots, and the “Johnny Loves Vivian” Bench. They’re truly unique places that the average tourist wouldn’t necessarily know anything about prior to their arrival, were it not for reports from travelers on Atlas Obscura.

Obscure Yet Intriguing Tourist Destinations in San Antonio Recently Released in New Guide

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What’s even cooler is that when Atlas Obscura travelers visit a city or popular spot, they take the time to source the details and the significance behind the places they’re recommending, which are often some lesser-known locales (which means minimal crowds). If you’re interested in seeing more of what they suggest in San Antonio, visit the link provided here.