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San Antonio Metro Area Parks

By Catherine Hudgins As San Antonio has grown out of its Center City roots, highway and interior road construction followed by subdivision upon subdivision of houses, shopping...

Water Recreation In and Near San Antonio

It’s more usual than unusual for the majority of U.S. cities to be a healthy distance from very large bodies of water, spell that bay, gulf,...

Enchantment with San Antonio’s Foods is Endless

By Cynthia Guido For many of us, what and where we eat can become a delicious obsession, flavoring life, seasoning our experience and tempting exploration wherever we...

Shop Till You Drop

In addition to a great climate, world-famous friendliness and a rich cultural heritage, San Antonio and its neighboring cities offer another attractive feature, some of the...

The Hidden, and Very Visible, Arts of San Antonio

By Jim LaVilla-Havelin Visual Arts The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in downtown San Antonio is awash in public art, the aesthetic face of the city. From...

For the Active Sports Person

By Arthur Glenn According to the U.S. Weather Bureau, and Chamber of Commerce, the sun shines over the San Antonio area 300 days a year....

Upcoming Events

Planning a visit to San Antonio to see our wonderful city and metro area prior to a possible move? Why not plan around an...

Welcome to Metro San Antonio Living

You’ll find information supporting the “climate” of this multi-cultural metropolitan area. San Antonio is home to the two most popular Texas attractions, the Alamo and the RiverWalk, also the NBA champion Spurs, performing arts including the San Antonio Symphony, Opera and Ballet. And visual arts anchored by local live...