The San Antonio River Walk is the city’s main thoroughfare, flanked on either side by charming riverfront restaurants, cafes, bars, and boutiques. The city’s most iconic attractions, including the historic Alamo and museums like the San Antonio Museum of Art, are just steps from the river. Thompson San Antonio – Riverwalk’s prime location, nestled in the trendy North River Walk neighborhood, allows guests to explore the city on foot and engage fully in this charming cultural hub.
Texas’ most visited historic landmark, the Alamo sits in the heart of San Antonio, steps from the River Walk. Learn more about the famous 1836 battle and the men who fought in it while you take a self-guided tour of the 300-year-old mission.
Housed in the former Lone Star Brewery warehouse, this venerated museum plays host to thousands of priceless paintings, sculptures, photographs, and more, with a collection that spans 5,000 years of global history.
Step back in time at this charming German village, which dates back to 1846, and enjoy local restaurants, small boutiques, and more along its quaint Main Street. It’s situated about 70 miles from San Antonio.
Less than 40 miles north of San Antonio, this state park is known as a popular swimming hole and outdoor recreation area. Toss in an inner tube and float the scenic river or set off on 13 miles of hiking and biking trails.