Self-Guided Walking Tour Of Downtown San Antonio
Get to know the Alamo City with this free, 1.7-mile self-guided walking tour (interactive map at everydaywanderer.com/san-antonio-walking-tour)
The Alamo welcomes more than 1.5 million visitors a year.
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On the National Register of Historic Places, the Menger Hotel is one of the most haunted hotels in America.
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Soaring 65 feet high, the Torch of Friendship is a gift to San Antonio from Mexico.
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La Villita was one of San Antonio's first neighborhoods. Today the historic district includes art galleries and quaint restaurants.
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The octagonal art deco Tower Life Building was the tallest building in San Antonio until 1968.
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The red sandstone Bexar County Courthouse is the largest and oldest in Texas.
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The heroes of the Alamo are buried in a tomb inside the San Fernando Cathedral.
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"San Antonio: The Saga" is a light show projected on the church's exterior four nights a week.
This beautiful Italianate building at the center of Military Plaza is City Hall.
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The Spanish Governor’s Palace is the last remaining structure of the Presidio.
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The last stop is the Buckhorn Saloon once frequented by Teddy Roosevelt and Pancho Villa.
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