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San Antonio is Full of Culture

Even before San Antonio made its way onto the top tourist destinations in the United States, a lot of people already go here to experience its rich Tejano culture and view the different tourist spots it offers.

Through the years, San Antonio has flourished into a vibrant city with culturally-explosive neighborhood and rich history to uncover. It doesn’t matter if you are traveling on a budget. San Antonio has tons of attractions that you can enjoy without spending too much.  Here are some of the must-try activities in San Antonio for travelers on a budget.

Explore the San Antonio River Walk

Nothing is more romantic than strolling along the famous San Antonio River Walk. Everything is totally picture-worthy. You can look around and enrich your eyes with stunning vistas, stores, and a lot of restaurants offering a wide array of delicious food.

Go to Alamo

Alamo is a historical ground for the Battle of Alamo between Texas and Mexico which is located not too far from the River Walk. If you are travelling with your family, this is a great place to learn about the history of Texas and probably take photos as well.

Enjoy a relaxing view of the Brackenridge Park

Another attraction that does not cost you any penny is the Brackenridge Park. If you want to take a break from the hustle-bustle of the city and just get a feel of nature, you can stride along the wonderful Brackenridge Park. This park also features a Japanese Tea Garden and the San Antonio Zoo, which are great spots for kids.

Visit the ArtPace Downtown

Art lovers can tour around downtown and drop by the ArtPace to see some popular masterpieces of local artists from San Antonio. This is a remarkable way to see how vast and rich culture of San Antonio through the paintings.

Go to Public Art San Antonio Studio

The Public Art Studio in San Antonio is where you can see various art exhibits. In fact, you can join essential workshops and educational events at the Public Art Studio that will help develop your artistic skills.

Visit EL Mercado – Market Square

If you want to window shop, this is the best place to be. The place itself is very vibrant and colorful. You can stroll through the main thoroughfares and purchase stuff made by local artists.

Travelling to San Antonio is truly a wonderful experience.  Whether you are travelling alone or with your family, we hope that this simple guide will help you enjoy an exciting journey amidst a tight budget.

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