At the site of the Alamo, a graceful river winds its way through a modern city, linking vibrant neighborhoods with peaceful nature preserves. World-renowned museums, landmark historic architecture, public art, and legendary sights all combine to make it one of the West’s most exciting cities.
Sample more than 400 craft and premium beers – including some exclusive collaborations – from over 150 breweries around the world at San Antonio’s largest beer festival.
Celebrate the traditional Mexican Day of the Dead festival with this two-day event at La Villita Historic Arts Village that includes an altar-building contest, live music, art exhibitions, and more.
Immerse yourself in the San Antonio region’s German heritage at this weeklong festival dedicated to all things Bavarian-in-Texas, including (of course) sausages and beer.
Join in a classic Texas tradition, whose rodeo events and livestock competitions have been held in the Joe and Harry Freeman Coliseum every year since 1949.
The oldest Chicano/Latino film festival in the United States, CineFestival attracts major films and big names, including the likes of Guillermo del Toro, while also catering to local youth filmmakers.
A San Antonio tradition since the 1960s, this two-day, open-air art show at La Villita Historic Arts Village showcases works by both established and emerging local artists.
Started in 1891, this 10-day celebration began as a parade to honor the fallen of the battles of the Alamo and San Jacinto; now, it’s one of the city’s largest parties, celebrating the local area’s diverse identity.
Conjunto musicians and music lovers from around the world come to San Antonio for the largest festival of this musical style born out of the Mexican and German influences of south Texas.
Celebrate the anniversary of the San Antonio Missions’ designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with several days of events, including tours, exhibits, open-air musical performances, and more.
Playfully named after the hotel’s ‘spirits’ of the past, this elegant lounge embodies modern Texan hospitality and serves refreshing drinks and comfort food from acclaimed chef Stefan Bowers.
Chef Stefan Bowers’ cuisine blends European techniques with bold, unique flavor pairings of local Texas ingredients, including Texas-raised beef and fresh produce from Texas’s agricultural landscape.
Start the day at the Loggia Café with house-made pastries from Chef John Zaner and expansive views of Travis Park.
Once an exclusive members club, the St. Anthony Club offers a glimpse into a bygone era with its live music, Texan small plates, and Texas-inspired libations like the signature Triple S.