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Top 3 Things to Do in San Antonio, in the Texas Hill Country

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The beautiful city of San Antonio, set in the Texas Hill Country, is the gateway to celebrating the heritage of Texas. A trip to this vibrant city wouldn’t be complete without making some integral stops on your trip, and San Antonio surrounds its visitors with warmth and hospitality at each step of the way. With a number of attractions that both entertain and educate, it’s tough to narrow it down to some key must-sees, but these are the top three things to do in San Antonio.

1. Visit the Alamo

Top 3 Things to do in San Antonio, in the Texas Hill Country

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As a part of the colonization of Texas by the Spanish, not to mention the site of the historic fight for Texas independence from Mexico, the Alamo is a Texas icon and a visit there is one of the top three things to do in San Antonio. The home of many a historic event, the Alamo symbolizes the sacrifices and courage of such men as James Bowie, William Travis, and Davy Crockett.

2. Tour the River Walk

Top 3 Things to do in San Antonio, in the Texas Hill Country

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A breath of fresh air in this beautiful city, the River Walk is the second in this list of the top three things to do in San Antonio. The cypress-lined, paved paths that wind their way through lush greenery and over quaint stone bridges provide access for visitors to enjoy a delicious meal, al fresco, not to mention shop the beautiful boutiques, or kick up your heels to local music following a beverage or two along the waterfront.

3. Go to Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Top 3 Things to do in San Antonio, in the Texas Hill Country

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The entire family can enjoy themselves at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, which is the third on this list of the top three things to do in San Antonio. Experience something unforgettable at live shows, laser light displays, or fireworks spectaculars. Ride warriors will get a kick out of their famed roller coasters and young children can enjoy the smaller kiddy rides. There’s also no shortage of great eateries to enjoy when hunger hits, with a variety of cultural food fare ranging from Mexican to Asian to American comfort food.

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