San Antonio, Texas

"Cruising the Riverwalk" by Bob Howen, Courtesy of

"Welcome to San Antonio..."

"San Antonio captures the spirit of Texas. The seventh largest city in the United States, the city has retained its sense of history and tradition, while carefully blending in cosmopolitan progress. The city has always been a crossroads and a meeting place. The sounds and flavors of Native Americans, Old Mexico, Germans, the Wild West, African-Americans and the Deep South mingle and merge. Over thirty-one million visitors a year delight in the discovery of San Antonio's charms." - Courtesy of

Related San Antonio Resources

(not affiliated with the Festival of Homiletics)

  • Eat - "You'll taste the world here in San Antonio. Beyond Tex-Mex are German bakeries. Mexican cantinas, French bistros and Italian trattorias. Flour from age-old European millstones becomes a morning's crepes or an afternoon's tortilla. Hill Country wines prove a silky foil to smoky chipotle. Acclaimed chefs bring their world class training back to our blossoming culinary landscape."  Courtesy of
  • Downtown San Antonio - Dining & Nightlife Guide
  • Attractions - "From the Missions to the Hill Country, San Antonio offers so many things for visitors to see and do, ranging from major theme parks to the River Walk lined with restaurants, patios, galleries and shops. " Courtesy of
  • Deals - "Get savings and discounts on everything from full vacation packages to a la carte lodging and attractions, so you can have your vacation and eat it too." Courtesy of
  • Tours of San Antonio and area