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Vacation Rental Price Information in San Antonio
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in San Antonio. The most expensive dates to travel to San Antonio are in February (2/22 - 2/29). Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in a week of March (3/7 - 3/14).
Rental Availability Information in San Antonio
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in San Antoniofor the next twelve months. More people travel to San Antonio a week in March (3/23 - 3/30). So far, 43% of the rentals are occupied this week. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of May (5/25 - 6/1).
City tours and Texan charm with a San Antonio vacation rental
San Antonio is an exciting destination for a classic Texan vacation. A city with rich colonial heritage, there are plenty of attractions, museums and parks, which is excellent for both kids and adults alike. Art and music are big in the city, and no matter what time of the year you arrive, there will always be something to cater to all interests. Choosing a San Antonio vacation rental will make it easy for you to explore the entire city while learning about its locals and their interesting history.
The journey to San Antonio
Getting to your San Antonio vacation rental is easy. The San Antonio International Airport is just 10 miles from the city center. There are three other airports to choose from: the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, the Corpus Christi International Airport, and the George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Hire a taxi or rental car from the airport to easily transport you to your San Antonio vacation home.
What’s the weather like in San Antonio?
While summers in San Antonio are hot and can skyrocket to above 95ºF, you’ll find winters are a good time to visit. This is from November to February, when daily temperatures can range from of 40-60ºF. In the summer, be sure to wear lose, airy clothing for strolling around the city and hiking in the parks. Pack some swimwear to take with you to your San Antonio vacation home if you plan to hit the water amusement parks such as the Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort with your kids.
Thriving art and culture in San Antonio
There’s never been a better time for art lovers to visit San Antonio. This is a city that hosts a lot of free art and music events, and funds public art spaces and community projects. The Department for Culture & Creative Development ensures the city’s thriving arts and culture scene. From your base at your San Antonio vacation rental, be sure to drop by downtown to catch the organized performances while on vacation. There is even a Children’s Ballet of San Antonio, which is great for family entertainment.
Interested in Literary Arts? Look for the events by the Literary Arts Center. The well-known music culture of San Antonio showcases Jazz Ensembles and concerts at the Carver Community Cultural Center.
Fun activities for children in San Antonio
Taking the kids on vacation? Don’t stress about things to do in this city. Just head to Sea World San Antonio and Six Flags Fiesta Texas theme parks for an entire day of fun. Or try out the Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort (featuring the world’s longest water ride), just a 40 minute drive from the city center. Splashtown San Antonio and Morgan’s Wonderland are also great places to take the kids. The Six Flags Fiesta Texas will thrill with rollercoasters, Morgan’s Wonderland is an amusement park with over 25 rides, while Splashtown San Antonio is a water park on a sprawling 20 acres of play space. Lots for kids to do so they’ll never get bored!
Booking a San Antonio vacation home is a great way to enjoy the best of the city. You and your family will have the guarantee of a fully-equipped home to come back to at the end of a busy, fun-filled day.
San Antonio’s best excursion destinations
When you come with the whole family, you can discover San Antonio with pre-booked tours and excursions. Or, of course, you can enjoy wandering the city on your own.
The River Walk is the city's hub of action, an exciting connection of culture and commerce. It's one of the most popular tours on foot, done by millions of people every year. This river and its attractions run for 15 miles, right through the heart of the city. Walk it on foot like the many pedestrians, explore it by bike, or take a river cruise before retiring to your San Antonio vacation rental for the evening.
Make sure to plan some time on your vacation itinerary to stop by the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. These Spanish colonial missions—Concepción, San José, San Juan and Espada, and the Alamo, are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Explore them via the Mission Reach, an eight mile park featuring recreational paths, fun trails and picnic grounds, a great way to educate the whole family!
San Antonio: Missions and beyond
Natural Bridge Caverns
Texas' largest living caverns feature fascinating geological formations. Take the Hidden Passages Tour to venture deep into the caves, whilst other attractions include the Canopy Challenge and the Mining Company.
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
The park preserves four of the five Spanish frontier missions, Mission Concepción and Mission San José being the most popular. Rent a bike to get between them easily.
Part of the San Antonio Missions World Heritage Site, the 18th-century Roman Catholic mission is famed for being the site of the Battle of the Alamo.
Mission San Jose
Part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, this Catholic mission dating from 1720 houses a church with numerous religious icons.
Called “The American Venice”, River Walk is alive with local bars, shops, restaurants and public art installations. The flavours of Native American culture, Old Mexico and the Wild West merge wonderfully here.
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