Reasons to Visit San Antonio
Remember the Alamo and don't miss the River Walk: San Antonio is a classic Texas town with Mexican and cowboy roots. Outdoor spaces dominate, from the San Antonio River's swimming holes to underground wonders at Natural Bridge Caverns. See Spanish Colonial architecture at the city missions, or beat the heat at a museum.
When to Visit San Antonio
San Antonio is most-visited and at its priciest when families are experiencing summer break. Add in the stifling summer weather, and any other season seems a better time to visit. Festivals like the Tejano Conjunto music festival and Mardi Gras dominate spring, while winter is perfect for a break from the cold and snow elsewhere.
Typical San Antonio Weather
Winters are comfortably mild but can get chilly, while San Antonio's average highs are above 80 degrees Fahrenheit beginning in May and persisting until mid-October. High humidity makes those months feel even warmer, and being outdoors year-round makes sunscreen and outdoor gear perpetual must-haves in San Antonio.
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