San Antonio has a lot of historical significance. Its history can be traced back to the Spanish explorers. The city is named after Saint Anthony of Padua.
The Alamo is an 18th-century Spanish mission and is one of the most iconic (and most visited) heritage sites in San Antonio. It was originally known as the Misión San Antonio de Valero, with the mission and the fortress complex founded by Roman Catholic missionaries.
There is a lot of history and culture in these sites. Mission San Jose interiors are beautiful, and it was recently restored, bringing the grand Spanish designs into perfection.
Market Square in San Antonio is the largest Mexican market in the country. This is an amazing spot to spend the afternoon, eating Mexican food, checking out colorful quarters, shops and buying souvenirs to take back home.
he Riverwalk connects all the historic attractions in the city, and with a cruise, you can just relax and enjoy the vibrant ambience of San Antonio historic centre.
After a day filled with history, sightseeing, and cruises, finish your one day in San Antonio itinerary by hanging out at a RiverWalk cafe.