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Airports in Seattle

Seattle is served by Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The airport is located about 21 kilometers south of Downtown Seattle. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport offers flights to several destinations such as London, New York, Detroit, Portland, San Francisco, and more. Ground transportation options to and from the airport include Seattle's Central Link rail line service, shuttle services, taxis, Limos, and car rentals.

Explore San Antonio

Located on the San Antonio River and the San Pedro Creek, San Antonio is a city in the US state of Texas. In San Antonio, tourists will come across the numerous diverse cultures that have an impact on the history of the state. The city greets tourists with a discrete Mexican appeal in the western and southern parts. Besides, there are also traces of one large German community in many parts. There is no scarceness of tourist attractions in the city, from magnificent historic attractions to stunning river walk and various other engrossing tourist spots.

Things to do in San Antonio

The Alamo Mission

The most celebrated building in Texas, Alamo Mission is located on Alamo Plaza on the east side of San Antonio. It was once the cradle of Texan independence and is today a National Monument featuring restored mission buildings and the monument that pays tribute to the fallen Texas.

Tower of the Americas

Tower of the Americas, overlooking Hemis Fair Park, is the site of the World's fair of 1968. A 750-foot-high tower, it is the tallest building in Texas outside of Houston or Dallas. This imposing tower offers visitors with amazing sights of the city from its revolving restaurant and observation podium.

The San Antonio River Walk

Extending oodles of miles through the center along the Antonio River, the River Walk offers tourists with a potpourri of restaurants, hotels, and shops. It is an excellent place to explore for pedestrians as it is a genuine oasis within large and high-octane metropolis.

Best Time to Fly to San Antonio

Weather-wise, the best time to visit the city of San Antonio is from November to April. During these months, the weather of the city is soothing for sightseeing.

San Antonio Travelers' Reviews

  Love San Antonio
San Antonio is a great place to visit. I was lucky enough to be able to visit during Fiesta. A huge almost 2 week festival, several parades, music, Market Square. The food was delicious. The smell as you walk through made me want to try everything the booths had to offer. All in all my time spent there was wonderful. A must do time and time again.
- Member  May 01, 2018
  Mr
Fiesta was wonderful! 300 yrs in the making
- Member  Apr 27, 2018

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