Two days is really not enough time to see San Antonio, Texas but you can see the most famous sights. We will be back again to spend some more time in this area of the country.
While the kids complained about getting up early. It is definitely worth doing so you can see the Alamo before the crowds arrive. We were here when they opened and could walk right in. Later in the afternoon, the line was around the block to get in.
The grounds of the Alamo are beautiful.
San Antonio Riverwalk
Walk along the Riverwalk to explore the stores and grab a bite to eat.
Or take a ride on one of the river boats. This is a great way to get a lay of the land and the views are so pretty. We visited in November, so they were setting up the Christmas lights.
Mission Espada Historic Park
If you love to explore historical sights, the Mission Espada Historic Park is a fun way to spend a morning or afternoon.
Mission San Francisco De La Espada Catholic Church
The oldest Spanish Colonial mission in Texas, the De La Espada, was relocated to San Antonio in the 1700’s. It is located within the historic park.