Celebrate Love at San Antonio

Celebrate Love at San Antonio

You can always find a lot of things to do together when you are in love.

San Antonio might not be the first place that springs to mind when thinking of a Valentine’s Day celebration, but it is nonetheless a desirable location for couples of all ages.

Take your partner to some of the most romantic locations Downtown San Antonio has to offer.

Take on the Scenic Night Tour and River Walk Cruise

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Have a unique view on San Antonio at 623 feet! Get carried away to the top of Texas’ tallest observation tower, the Tower of the Americas Observation Deck, where you can enjoy in breathtaking views of the downtown skyline lit up at night.

After taking in the magnificent panorama, take your loved one on a special dinner for two at your preferred Riverwalk restaurant before setting off on a romantic evening river cruise that passes numerous areas of interest, including the historic Old Mill Crossing and La Villiata, the city’s original district.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

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One of San Antonio’s most popular romantic places is the San Antonio Botanical Garden, where you can spend time with your love one while also taking in the great outdoors. The beauty of this location will make the ideal setting for a romantic getaway. Enjoy a night of dancing, beverages, and desserts to celebrate all the love. Enjoy remixes of favorite songs from every era and dance the night away in The Betty Kelso Center at this adults-only Valentine’s party in the SA Botanical Garden.

Visit www.sabot.org/events/cupids-cocktails/ to know more.

Visit Fredericksburg Wine Tour and binge together

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This romantic trip includes a drive through the Texas Hill Country and time in the charming town of Fredericksburg following two wine tastings at nearby wineries.

Over 100 wineries and vineyards may be found in the Texas Hill Country, and Fredericksburg, Texas, is where Texas Wine Country is centered.

Texas Wine Country is home to numerous wineries that have a history of creating wines that have won accolades from all around the world. The mustang grape, a native to the area, was utilized to make wines by the first inhabitants in Fredericksburg.

Watch movies together at Alamo Drafthouse

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Whatever sort of film you’re searching for this Valentine’s Day weekend, your favorite local Alamo Drafthouse is the place to be. Grab your date by the hand and make your way to this well-known destination for couples.

Take a side trip to the historic ‘Alamo’. This place has a rich history and a heritage to inspire, having existed under five flags of separate nations and served as a garrison for five different armies.

Grab a photo in front of the famous fountain at the McNay Art Museum

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Romantic couples frequently use the fountain in front of the McNay Art Museum as the setting for photographs and bridal photos. Over 22,000 American and European works of art, stretching from the Renaissance to the present, are among its impressive collection of over 22,000 pieces. On the second Thursday of each month, there is live music, local food trucks serve beer, and there are free tours of the museum and its surroundings.

Walk over the renowned Selena’s Bridge

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Selena’s Bridge stands out as the most well-liked of the lovely footbridges in the River Walk community, especially among couples. It is named after the Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla, who was born in Texas. People have been traveling to this bridge to reenact a pivotal sequence from the 1997 biopic Selena, which starred Jennifer Lopez in the lead role.

Watch a show at ‘Old but Gold’ Majestic Theater

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With a stunning art deco interior and an uniquely classical façade, the Majestic Theater more than lives up to its name and has been added to the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark. The Majestic is the oldest, largest, and most opulent theater in San Antonio. In addition to Broadway productions, concerts, and symphonies, it continues to present the best performers and acts today, having debuted in 1929.

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