4) San Antonio
San Antonio is the second-largest city in Texas by population. History buffs are drawn to the 18th century frontier missions such as the Alamo. Other attractions include the River Walk, Marriage Island, a popular site for weddings, and the Tower of the Americas, with an observation deck and restaurant. This city also has a Six Flags and a Sea World, The Spurs champion basketball team, and the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, which draws two million people every year. Tours of the Natural Bridge Caverns are an opportunity to explore two natural caves. For those that want to get deeper and dirtier than those tours allow, the adventure tour will lower you 160 feet down a shaft and have guests repelling and climbing. If you are looking for something a little more off the beaten path, check out Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Art Museum.
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