San Antonio

San Antonio is the seventh-largest city in the US and the second-largest city in Texas. It is located on the San Antonio River and is ready to share its historical and entertaining amenities.


San Antonio is famous for its Puffy Tacos – with fried tortillas. You can choose filling at Henry's Puffy Tacos: shredded chicken, spicy beef fajita, beans, and cheese. Another must-eat in San Antonio is pizza for pork lovers at Dough Pizzeria – most popular pizzeria in the area. Salami, homemade sausage and mozzarella, pancetta, and tomato sauce are delicious ingredients of this fantastic dish. What is next? An iconic bean burger made with beef patty, refried beans, processed cheese sauce, and diced onions. Taste one of the original versions of this burger at Chris Madrid's.


The pride of all Texas inhabitants is the Alamo. It is a place where Texans resisted the Mexican army and won independence. Since then, San Antonio is often called a Military City in the US, and this is due to how much the government treasures military families there. Despite any cultural or ideological differences, support of the military is unswerving. On the day of the Commemorative Week in Fort Sam Houston, everyone can watch scheduled performances and participate in the interactive exhibits.


Once you arrive in this amazing city, take a walk along the river – locals call it Paseo del Rio. Enjoy cafes, bars, boutiques, or shops day or night. Lights across the pathways make your nighttime experience awesome. During the Fiesta San Antonio festival in spring, the area around the river becomes bustling. 

Market Square – the biggest Mexican market in the US – comprises around 100 shops. Visitors can buy textiles, jewelry, and other authentic products there. And when you get tired of crowds, relax in the impressive green open areas of San Antonio Botanical Gardens.


New York    Los Angeles    Chicago    Houston    Phil    Phoenix    San Antonio    San Diego    Dallas    San Jose