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Known as the cradle of Texan liberty, San Antonio is a vibrant, multicultural city with a massive event calendar. They have at least one festival, fair, or parade every week. With extra luggage and flexible travel dates, choose a Flexible ticket on your Greyhound bus trip to and bring everything you need with you to best enjoy your time in Texas’ historic center.
Hear the tales of Davy Crocket and Susanna Dickinson at the Alamo, formally known as the Alamo Mission in San Antonio. Then, visit the Tower of the Americas and witness sweeping city views from the Observation Deck or enjoy an exquisite meal in the revolving restaurant. Afterward, explore the world through art at the San Antonio Museum of Art, which houses an extensive collection of art objects from ancient Egypt, Latin America, and Asia.
Begin your day with an early morning stroll along the San Antonio River Walk. Then step into the past at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, part of a UNESCO World Heritage site. After touring the four historic missions, go canoeing or kayaking on the Mission Reach Paddling Trail. You can also go hiking or biking.
Explore the Japanese Tea Garden, walk beside the Lily Pool, and see the waterfall. Then see the lemurs at the San Antonio Zoo and take a ride on the San Antonio Zoo Eagle train. Next, stop by the Witte Museum, encounter an Acrocanthosaurus, and discover San Antonio’s history. Afterward, enjoy a picnic in one of Brackenridge Park’s pavilions or let the kids play on the swings.