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Explore the Alamo City
Outdoor San Antonio Has Much to See
While many San Antonio visitors enjoy taking in a Spurs game, or exploring the array of the local museums and other historical attractions, some prefer to get out on foot for an outdoor adventure in the Alamo City.
One of the more popular outdoor attractions is the San Antonio River Walk. Visitors travel in from as close by as Lytle, to as far south as Cotulla to check out the River Walk. Covering a stretch of five miles, the San Antonio River Walk is filled with restaurants, and shops, all offering uniquely San Antonio experiences – a true gem of the southern plains.
Visit from nearby cities like Hondo, or Gonzales and plan an afternoon around a visit to the San Antonio Botanical Garden. At 33 acres, the San Antonio Botanical Garden is a terrific place to have a nice family picnic, or simply enjoy an invigorating stroll. Opened in 1980, the San Antonio Botanical Garden offers visitors from as far north as San Marcos, to as far south as Floresville excellent birding opportunities, or a fine brunch or lunch at the on-site eatery, the Ann Marie’s Carriage Bistro.
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