Texas - San Antonio & Hill Country (PDF Chapter)
This is the San Antonio & Hill Country chapter from Lonely Planet’s Texas guidebook.
Tourism has been good to San Antonio and the sprawling city reciprocates with a wide variety of attractions to keep everyone entertained. The naturally beautiful Hill Country is known for its wildflower-lined roadways, charming small towns, gorgeous wineries and, yes, hills.
- pay your respects at The Alamo, the historic shrine to the men who fought for Texas’ inde-pendence
- take a spin around the worn wooden floors at Gruene Hall, the oldest dance hall in Tex-as
- settle in for a no-stress day of drinking cold beer and listening to live music in Lucken-bach
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: San Antonio & Around San Antonio, Natural Bridge Caverns, Guadalupe River State Park, New Braunfels, Gruene, San Marcos, Hill Country, Drip-ping Springs, Johnson City & Stonewall, Fredericksburg, Luckenbach, Bandera, Boerne, Wim-berley, Kerrville.
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