San Antonio, TX, USA

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San Antonio, TX, USA

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Pamper Yourself with a San Antonio Vacation Home

San Antonio is a cultural hub in South Texas, and it is one of the largest cities in the second largest state in the country. It is rich in history, and the historic ambiance of the city is combined with modern appeal and attractions to give you a truly amazing place to visit. There are some lovely vacation homes located in San Antonio, and these give you a picture-perfect place to rest and relax while you explore all that the San Antonio area has to offer. With a closer look at the homes, you may discover that they have a garage, a fenced yard, a kitchen and other amenities that will help you to feel right at home during your stay.


When you stay in your South Texas vacation home, you will love the fact that you are located in the heart of one of the largest metropolitan areas in the state, and this is because there is so much to see and do. The Riverwalk, located in the heart of the city, is among the top destinations to explore, and there are shops, restaurants and riverboat tours that can hold your interest. You can also enjoy roller coaster rides at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, or you can explore Sea World San Antonio to learn more about aquatic life and to have a blast with amusement park style rides.


If you visit San Antonio, you will be in a shopper's paradise, and this is because there are numerous malls and retail centers located close to your Edinburg vacation rental home. The shops at the Riverwalk and the Riverwalk Mall are popular with tourists. In addition, a short drive north along Interstate 35, you will find the Tanger Outlet Mall in San Marcos. There are also numerous other malls and retail strip centers located throughout the metropolitan area.

Historical Sites

San Antonio is an area that is steeped in history, and you can explore many historical attractions when you stay in your vacation home. The Alamo, which is the site of a famous battle for Texas Independence, is located in the heart of the city close to the Riverwalk. There are also other historical sites to explore, such as the Spanish Governor's Palace, the Casa Navarro State Historic Site, Fort Sam Houston, Mission Concepcion and others. There are also points of interest in the nearby Texas Hill Country, such as the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the Admiral Nimitz Historic Site.


Many people are drawn to taking a vacation in San Antonio because of how fabulous the weather can be from the fall to the spring months each year. The summers in San Antonio can be warm and even downright hot, with average high temperatures in the 90s and many days in July and August where the temperature peaks above 100 degrees. However, from the fall through the spring months, the temperature may be the 60s through the 80s for highs, and freezing temperatures are infrequent. The rainiest months of the year are in the spring and fall, and the summer is usually the driest time of the year.

How to Get There

There are numerous ways to reach San Antonio, but traveling by car and by air are the most common. Many will take a direct flight straight into San Antonio to arrive at the San Antonio International Airport located in the middle of the city. You can then rent a car to explore the town. If you are traveling by car, you can take Interstate 35 from the north or the south to reach San Antonio.

Attractions In and Around San Antonio (and vicinity)

First time in San Antonio (and vicinity) and looking for things to do? Local attractions include San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium, San Antonio SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Don’t miss landmarks such as Alamo and River Walk and unique cultural highlights like Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum and Dinosaur Quest. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, experience the natural beauty of Long Island, San Antonio Botanical Gardens and San Antonio Missions National Park.

You could easily spend a day shopping at Rivercenter Mall. Don’t forget to buy tickets if you want to attend a game or event at Alamodome or AT&T Center. Also while in town, consider a visit to popular places like Tower of the Americas and Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch.