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Did you already see part one of this blog series, 5 beautiful San Antonio attractions? Welcome to part two, where we will be uncovering 5 more attractions in this wonderful city.

We may have included it on this list, but there is so much more to San Antonio than The Riverwalk. Whether you’re a first-time visitor looking for places to go, a local looking for some weekend inspiration, or you’re considering relocating to San Antonio and researching into local attractions – there is no doubt this list will leave you feeling inspired to get out and explore this beautiful city.

1. Hotel Havana & Ocho

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Ocho is a restaurant and bar situated inside of a glass conservatory overlooking the San Antonio Riverwalk. It is a part of the historic Hotel Havana, and was named one of “The World’s Most Gorgeous Glass Restaurants” by Architectural Digest.

2. San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

Home to four of five missions in San Antonio, this beautiful historical park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the South side of town. This park is open to the public and free to visit so you can soak in all its beauty.

3. Blue Star Arts Complex

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Located in the heart of Southtown, Blue Star Arts Complex is a contemporary mixed-use property by the San Antonio River. It’s home to many retailers, bars and restaurants, and was purposely created as space for people to live, eat and create.

4. The Guenther House

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Located in the beautiful family home of the Pioneer founders, The Guenther House is one of the best brunch spots in San Antonio. We recommend you enjoy some chicken and waffles in this idyllic setting on a Sunday morning.

5. The San Antonio Riverwalk

Arguably the most popular tourist destination in San Antonio, the Riverwalk is a beautiful area where calm waters flow through downtown. The stone walkways, large trees, outdoor patios, and brightly lit river barges create a beautiful setting for you to enjoy a casual stroll.

Thinking about relocating to San Antonio? Need a realtor you can trust? Contact us today –we would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

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