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As the seventh-largest city in the United States, there is a lot to see and do in this awesome Southern city. This popular tourist destination was originally a Spanish mission and colonial settlement, and now, over 300 years later, it is a major city with a deeply rooted history. There are multiple US Armed Forces facilities in and around San Antonio. Highlights of the area include amusement parks, hundreds of high-quality restaurants, and outdoor attractions like the famous River Walk. You've also got to sample the Tex-Mex food that this region is so renowned for. Whether you live in the area or are a visitor ready to explore, drop off your luggage at a convenient Bounce location. Discover this lively area without the hassle of parcels and bags. Do and see more when you use Bounce to stow your gear.
Located near major transportation hubs and tourist destinations throughout San Antonio, safe Bounce locations can be found all over the city. Drop off bags of all sizes for low cost, short term storage, which will allow you to see San Antonio in a much more enjoyable fashion. Less baggage means more adventures!
San Antonio is a great city, according to both locals and tourists. Plan to visit historical attractions and modern amusement parks. Over 32 million tourists visit San Antonio each year, and we are sure that once you explore this charming city, you will want to come back. Put these entertainment options at the top of your San Antonio must-see checklist.
If you love museums, you have come to the right city. Why? San Antonio is one of the oldest cities in the country and there are plenty of museums celebrating its storied history. As well, modern museums focus on technology and the arts. Take a look at these top picks and plan to visit them all.
The Alamo: The Alamo is likely the most well-known museum and historic site within San Antonio. It is the original mission and fortress the city was built around. Admire the architecture to truly experience and embrace San Antonio.
San Antonio Fire Museum: An incredible collection of antique fire fighting equipment is housed in a historic fire station right in downtown San Antonio. Archived documents and photos are on display, and kids can climb on a 1953 truck to get the view of a firefighter.
Briscoe Western Art Museum: Located near the beautiful historic River Walk, this picturesque museum celebrates the lively culture of San Antonio. The history of the city comes alive through a vast collection of Western artifacts and art.
If you love to shop, San Antonio is the place to do it. With both indoor and outdoor centers full of quirky boutiques, large brand-name stores, and an incredible number of places to purchase local specialties, you will find everything on your list. Bring an extra bag and check it with Bounce. You can easily fill it up after shopping in San Antonio.
Shops at La Cantera: Shop and eat at this beautiful outdoor, open-air shopping center. A wide variety of high-end stores can be found in this impressively designed shopping destination.
Pearl Farmers Market: No matter what kind of food you are looking for, you can find it every Saturday at the Pearl Farmers Market. With good food, live music entertainment, and a perfect place to sit and relax, make sure to shop here if you are in San Antonio on the weekend.
Historic Market Square: Locals and tourists flock to this outdoor plaza to purchase local goods and sample the delicious fare. Visit one of the dozens of shops, each offering distinctive and authentic San Antonio goods.
Plan to arrive in San Antonio hungry as there are more restaurants and eateries than you will ever be able to visit. Make sure to stop at these highly-rated restaurants and get a real taste of the city.
Cured: Thick pieces of perfectly cooked meat is what this restaurant is all about. Every meat lover needs to make a reservation at Cured for a true carnivore experience.
Amy’s Ice Cream: When you need a delicious cold dessert to cool you down from the strong San Antonio sun, head to Amy’s. Order your favorite treat.
Boudro’s: Lots of colors line the walls of this fantastic Tex-Mex restaurant. Boudro’s is a favorite among locals. Stop by and see what it’s all about.
The Spanish name San Antonio translates to “Saint Anthony” in English. Not only is San Antonio the namesake of one of Texas’ most popular cities, it’s also the namesake of Anthony of Padua – a Portugues priest from the 12th Century. European explorers chose this because they encountered the Payaya Indian peoples on June 13th, Saint Anthony’s feast day. Fast forward many centuries and San Antonio has become a bustling city, unlike any other. About 1.5 million people live here, with many more visiting the “Stone City” throughout the year.
San Antonio has plenty of pleasant surprises in store for first-time visitors. Before you visit Stone City, you’ll want to learn as much as you can about its crime statistics. San Antonio ranks in at number 5 out of the National Crime Index’s top 100 safest American cities. On this scale, cities closer to 1 typically report much more criminal activity than cities closer to 100. Out of a population size of more than 1.5 million citizens, 1 in 158 people report violent crimes each year. However, 1 in 25 San Antonians report property related crimes annually. Bounce can help you protect your possessions during your trip. Our services are available Monday through Sunday, any time of the day or night. When you arrive in San Antonio, look for Bounce’s luggage storage station in several locations over the city.
“What’s the best way to get around San Antonio?”
Cars are the best way to navigate San Antonio. Stone City’s public transportation is still developing, so it’s often best to drive, rent, or catch a ride. San Antonio’s streets can also get very crowded, so walking and biking aren’t ideal for long or even medium distance trips.
“Is public transportation in San Antonio safe?”
San Antonio’s transit system is definitely safe. However, Texas is one of America’s Open Carry states. Civilians with permits are allowed to carry small firearms with them. This may be alarming for first-time visitors, however, there’s no need to worry. San Antonio’s transport authorities report very little violent crime – possibly due to Texas’ open carry laws serving as a deterrent to would-be criminals.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in San Antonio?”
Alamo Heights is one of San Antonio’s more affluent areas, and the hotels and restaurants here will give visitors an amazing experience.
“What are the best museums to visit in San Antonio?”
If you have young children, consider visiting the DoSeum with them – it’s a science center that makes learning fun for kids and adults. There’s also the UTSA Institute of Texas Cultures. This exhibit pays homage to Texas’ storied history and the numerous cultures and ethnic groups that live, and have lived, in Texas.
“What’s the best time of year to visit San Antonio?”
Considering where San Antonio is geographically located, it’s no surprise that Stone City is extremely hot most of the year. However, November and April tend to be the most temperate months of the year, as well as the least expensive times to visit.
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San Antonio is one of the busiest airports in the state of Texas. This bustling airport is a gateway for flights to Mexico and sees over 25 million passengers every year. Whether on layover or here for leisure or business, be sure to make the trip into San Antonio. Grab a bite at a fun Tex-Mex restaurant or tour the Alamo for a taste of history. Stow your bags with Bounce and enjoy your stay.
Where is the best places to stay and eat while in San Antonio?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Lulu's Bakery & Café, Mexican Manhattan, and Restaurant Gwendolyn. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within San Antonio are Hotel Contessa, Hotel Emma, and The Crockett. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in San Antonio are Bunkhaus of San Antonio.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in San Antonio?
San Antonio offers several scenic parks including River Walk, Mission San Jose, and Travis Park.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in San Antonio?
If you're looking for a good museum in San Antonio, we recommend The Alamo, Mission San Jose, and Buckhorn Saloon and Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of San Antonio's most popular historical attractions including Hays Street Bridge, Dionicio Rodriguez Bridge, or Buckeye Park Gate and monuments like Emma Tenayuca or Monument. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Hot Wells Hotel, Dam, or Ruins.
Where can I store my luggage in San Antonio?
We've partnered with local San Antonio businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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