Value Place of northeast San Antonio, TX, is conveniently situated close to Ft. Sam and off of I-410. San Antonio is in the corner of the urban region known as the Texas Triangle and is famous for many things, but most acknowledged for the site of the Battle of the Alamo. It also has a strong military presence, providing homes for Randolph AFB, Ft. Sam Houston, Lackland AFB, Brooks City-Base, Camp Bullis, and Camp Stanley.
San Antonio is abundantly rich in arts, history, and culture. Not far from the Alamo Plaza is another iconic area called River Walk. The River Walk surrounds the waterways that flow through the city’s center. As you explore, you’ll find the streets lined with shops, restaurants, and spectacular views of the river. Float around town in a river cruiser to sight-see or head into the Museum Reach section of River Walk to view unique artwork, terraces landscaped with native plants, and the historic Pear Brewery complex.
A little to the south of River Walk and the Museum Reach is the Eagleland section, complete with walking and biking paths incorporated into the city’s ecosystem restoration. Here you’ll also get to see the amazing architecture San Antonio has captured in its Spanish-colonial style century-old buildings. If it’s any indication as to San Antonio’s popularity, it attracts approximately 26 million tourists per year.
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