What to Do to Woo Your Sweetheart in San Antonio

San Antonio is a magnificent place to woo your love. Although there are a bunch of fun, romantic activities in the city, here are some that are sure to entice and delight!

If a little bit of culture is what sparks your interest, take your date to the McNay, which is bound to impress even the most seasoned world traveler. This stunning mansion is filled with masterpieces and has a beautiful courtyard. Get ready to hear some sweet nothings whispered in your ear!

Another lovely and inspiring locale is the Japanese Tea Gardens. Not only is it free, but it's likely to take your breath away. Bring a picnic and find a hidden corner for a memorable rendezvous. 

For outdoorsy couples, you can rent bikes from Blue Star Bike Shop and get lost in the city. From Blue Star you can hop on the river walk and go north or south or ride throughout the quaint Southtown and King William neighborhoods. Just remember to bring your bikes back!

The Shops at La Cantera, located on the northwest side near the affluent neighborhood known as the Dominion, is San Antonio's premiere shopping destination and a site for sore shopping eyes! This outdoor galleria has some the best shopping,...  Read More

San Antonio's Japanese Tea Gardens feels like a set straight out of a movie, something like What Dreams May Come or Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The point is, it's a magical and enchanting place, perfect for declarations of love and sonnet...  Read More

SeaWorld should be on everyone's list when visiting San Antonio, no matter what your age. Although they have some great rides, such as the Steel Eel and Great White rollercoasters, the best reason to go to SeaWorld is for the animals and the...  Read More

Woodhouse Day Spa at Hotel Contessa
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If you're staying downtown, be sure to visit the gorgeous Hotel Contessa and their relaxing day spa for some pampering. Situated on the hotel's rooftop floor, this award-winning 1,700 square foot day spa offers an extensive menu of massages,...  Read More

Southtown, San Antonio's arts district which abuts the King William District, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the city, is a prime site-seeing location. In Southtown you'll find local arts and local artists. Galleries line the main...  Read More

For the best view in San Antonio, go directly to the Tower of the Americas, which was built for the World's Fair back in 1968. Located downtown, this 750-foot-tall structure in the middle of Hemisphere plaza offers the most spectacular views...  Read More

River Walk
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Travel + Leisure ranked the San Antonio River Walk as the #1 River Walk in America. Also known as Paseo del Rio, this major tourist attraction brings in over five million visitors a year. Delight yourself with a relaxing dinner at one of the...  Read More

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The Pearl Brewery is one of the coolest places you can visit in San Antonio. This brewery, established in 1883 and once home to Pabst beer, has recently been transformed from a historic brewery to a thriving multi-use space where you can eat,...  Read More

For active families, there's no better way to spend the day with the kids than exploring the wonderful Alamo city by bike. We suggest heading down to Blue Star Bike Shop, which is just minutes from downtown, where you can rent bikes for a family...  Read More

If you only visit one museum in San Antonio, make sure it's the McNay. Not only do they have a superb art collection, the museum itself is a work of art. This 24-room, Spanish colonial revival-style mansion and its own sizable collection was...  Read More


Meet Kimberly Suta

Kimberly A. Suta is a professional freelance writer, filmmaker and entrepreneur with a background in marketing, advertising and social media. Her first business, Midnight Sun Innovations,...  More About Kimberly