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Things To Do in San Antonio, TX
Transport your taste buds to Argentina’s cuisine without leaving San Antonio at Dorrego’s where short-rib ravioli, duck empanadas, grilled cuts of pork and beef, flame-roasted Argentinian provolone, grilled prawns in saffron-tomato jus, hearts of palm salad and a choripan sausage baguette await you. In case you’re too full to go too far, stay in a comfy room and enjoy an in-room spa and make it a stay to remember at Hotel Valencia.
In the heart of downtown San Antonio you'll find the heart of Texas independence: The Alamo. Originally a mission, The Alamo is best known for The Battle of the Alamo in 1836, where a rag-tag army of Texas settlers fought for independence against Mexican rule. Now The Alamo is a World Heritage Site, open nearly all year to guests from all over the globe. Visit San Antonio's most well-known, and photographed, historical structure today.
Representing a diverse San Antonio, Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival connects artists with a worldwide audience. Conceived to stimulate artistic and economic development, Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival brings artists from multiple mediums to showcase their work throughout San Antonio. Our arts festival covers three days of free and ticketed events for patrons to see new and innovative art in person. Seize this opportunity to either present your passion to a wider audience or witness something amazing for the first time at Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival.