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  • The San Antonio River Walk is the most visited attraction in Texas

Remember The Alamo? If you don’t, head on down to San Antonio to find out where one of America’s most iconic phrases comes from, used to motivate and inspire people in the face of hardship. A city with a rich colonial heritage that explores the relationships between Spain, Mexico, and Native Americans, San Antonio is most famous for The Alamo, a former mission that became a symbol of the Texas Revolution when native Texans gained independence from Mexico. Today, history buffs and travellers alike will enjoy visiting this important site which took great significance during the Mexican-American war.

Exploring the streets of San Antonio, you’ll understand why it was such a fought-over city. Stroll or cruise down the beautiful River Walk, a tree-lined walkway that winds along the water where you can dine and drink al fresco on vibrant terrasses and walk across intricate bridges. This urban waterway will bring you to San Antonio’s most thrilling attractions, including the Pearl Historic District, Museum of Art, and a number of unique boutiques. Marvel over the local flavours found in the colourful shops, eateries, and markets of Historic Market Square, which as you may have guessed, are an exciting amalgamation of Spanish, American, and Mexican influences.

San Antonio, United States

  • Lone Star Trail

    FIRST CLASS | SELF-DRIVE: A fascinating journey around Texas and New Mexico, filled with history, great cities, and awesome landscapes. Let gleaming skyscrapers dazzle you in Dallas and Houston, experience New Mexico’s desert scapes and delight in the historical charm of San Antonio and Santa Fe. Realize the close proximity to Mexico when you visit El Paso, offering a taste of the best of two worlds.
    Duration:
    14 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,221
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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  • Route 66 & Texas Hill Country

    MODERATE | SELF DRIVE: A superb combination of unique cities in Texas and New Mexico with the existing parts of Route 66 is the focus of this trip. Bookended by the impressive skyscrapers of Dallas and the delightful cowboy roots of Fort Worth, Oklahoma City makes for an intriguing stop as do New Mexico’s Amarillo and Santa Fe, introducing a captivating desert vibe. Roswell beckons you to stop at its UFO Museum, and back in Texas you can look forward to a bewildering choice of live music venues in the great city of Austin.
    Duration:
    11 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 1,669
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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