San Fernando Cathedral
The Exciting Tobin Center, the Majestic, the Empire, the Aztec, the Alameda, the Lila Cockrell - all performing arts theaters. The AT&T Center and the Alamodome all play host to the worlds most entertaining performers.
Big League City. Since 1973 the Spurs have been loved by all and always exciting.
1999, 2003, 2005, 2007 & 2014
Since 1888 San Antonio has been home to professional Baseball. Playing their games in the beautiful Wolff Stadium.
It's great family fun!
Playing their home games at the beautiful Toyota Field, this is exciting, high-level, professional soccer played in the USL Championship league.
UT San Antonio Roadrunners
(D-I FBS / American Athletic Conf.)
Incarnate Word University
(D-I FCS / Southland Conf.)
Both compete in San Antonio.
One of the most exciting living and entertainment districts in the country, The Pearl combines a world class hotel, world class restaurants and clubs, a vibrant community and mix it all in a 19th century brewery complex
Known the world over, the San Antonio Paseo del Rio unveils miles of top notch restaurants, clubs and hotels. The unique sub-street level district creates a feeling of being in a world apart from the hustle and bustle of the street above.
Immediately south of downtown, this district is filled with locally owned restaurants and clubs. Outdoor seating is dominant. Traveling along South Alamo Street through the Blue Star Arts Complex and continues along South Flores St.
The City of San Antonio operates and maintains 257 parks covering 15,469 acres of land. With more than 100 miles of developed, multi-use, all weather trails, San Antonio has one of the most extensive urban linear hike/bike trail systems in the country. The Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail System.
"Discovered" on June 13th, 1691, San Antonio is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It has always been a confluence of cultures.
There are missions, cathedrals, basilicas and forts - and of course, we never fail to
Remember the Alamo.
San Antonio is home to 17 universities and colleges with an enrollment of over 130,000 students. These include The University of Texas at San Antonio (a Texas Tier-One NRUF University) , Texas A&M - San Antonio, The University of the Incarnate Word, St. Mary's University, Trinity University, Our Lady of the Lake University and Texas Lutheran University. There are also two medical schools and a law school in San Antonio.
San Antonio is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Housing is at a premium and finding the right house, in the right neighborhood can be a challenge. Having a strong and knowledgeable advocate working for you is a must.
Next to the Alamo, San Antonio's most famous attraction, not to mention a great reason to live nearby, is the remarkable San Antonio Riverwalk (The Paseo Del Rio). People have lived near the San Antonio River for over 10,000 years. First the aboriginal Coahuiltecan peoples, then the Spaniards who built five Catholic missions along the banks in what is now San Antonio, up until modern times, many people prefer to live along the river.
San Antonio's second oldest municipal park, the area has unveiled signs of human activity going back 11,000 years. The San Antonio River flows peacefully through the park. The park includes miles of hike/bike trails, a golf driving range, baseball fields, the San Antonio Zoo, the longest miniature railroad in the world, the Japanese Sunken Gardens, the Sunken Gardens Outdoor Theater, and the remarkable Witte Museum and more.
The modern Greater San Antonio, includes Bexar County and the seven counties that surround Bexar County. It is a Metropolitan area of about 2,500,000 people. It is also one of the fastest growing metro areas in the nation.