With 360DG as your San Antonio DMC, we’ll show you how the Alamo and the River Walk are just the beginning of what makes this 300-year-old city perched on the southern edge of Texas Hill Country distinct. That’s because San Antonio is steeped in more than just history; it’s rich in bold new restaurant concepts led by James Beard award-winning chefs; thriving arts and entertainment districts born out of rusty industrial areas; and scores of new art galleries, museums, and hotels. From the burgeoning Pearl District to Hill Country wine tours, San Antonio is the place to be in 2020 and beyond.
Whether you’re looking for team-building or corporate events in San Antonio, you’ll find a rich cultural backdrop that blends three centuries of Spanish history in the heart of Texas. Discover the largest Mexican market at Market Square, which has more than 100 stalls and shops selling handcrafted art and Talavera pottery. Groups enjoy exploring the multiple missions around San Antonio, including the Alamo and the lesser-known Saga at the San Fernando Cathedral, a world-class video art installation showcasing the history of San Antonio.
This city boasts a truly innovative culinary scene sure to please every palate. European and Mexican heritage contribute to the international flavor while innovation comes from chefs who flock here for fresh, farm-to-table ingredients. Bars and bistros line the River Walk and downtown San Antonio. The third location of the Culinary Institute of America now joins the brewpubs and charcuterie shops of the Pearl District, while the historic Guenther House in Southtown is a San Antonio institution serving up American classics. It’s no wonder San Antonio is one of only two United States cities designated a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy.
Part of San Antonio’s allure is its ability to entertain all day, every day, no matter how young or old you are, and no matter your interest. Adrenaline junkies and animal lovers can explore the thrilling rides of Six Flags and see the latest wildlife additions to Sea World. At the Natural Bridge Caverns, cave systems, zip lines, ropes courses, and more create the ideal team-building events in San Antonio. Or head to Gruene to check out the oldest dance hall in Texas, embark on a Hill Country wine tour, or try your hand at an authentic ranch experience.
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