San Antonio may be known mainly for the Alamo and Tex-Mex cuisine, but Texas’s second largest city has a lot more going for it than forts and fajitas. The city’s Spanish colonial missions have been collectively named a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city also boasts a 15-mile River Walk promenade that connects the city’s missions, museums, and restaurants with pedestrian walkways. Art lovers can check out modernist master Joan Miro at the McNay Art Museum.
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