Welcome Back To San Antonio

Even though travel looks different right now, your San Antonio resorts are Vacation Ready. With enhanced cleaning standards and safety protocols in place, you can feel good about planning your next getaway.

From thrilling theme parks and attractions to outdoor activities and day trips, there’s plenty to do in San Antonio. Here’s what’s open for business.

Theme Parks

Many of San Antonio’s top theme parks continue to offer fun, inspiring, and memorable experiences. Check out these open attractions on your next visit.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

San Antonio's biggest, most popular themed attraction, Six Flags, reopened for the season in June.

SeaWorld San Antonio

SeaWorld  features exciting rides, shows, and animal encounters, many of which are open to guests.

Aquatica San Antonio

Aquatica, which reopened in June, offers water rides of every kind — from serene to extreme — in a tropical setting.

Schlitterbahn Waterpark New Braunfels

Just northeast of San Antonio, Schlitterbahn and its famed uphill water coaster, the Master Blaster, are open.


Both outside and underground, San Antonio has stories to hear and sights to behold. Add these to your must-do list.


You don’t have to go far for brand-new scenery. See another side of Texas by taking a day trip to a nearby city or attraction. Here are a few to consider.


The music may be paused, but Austin still sings. Experience the history and culture of Texas’ state capital on a self-guided, app-based tour.


Take a detour to small-town Texas. Fredericksburg is home to dozens of Hill Country wineries, many of which are open to visitors with reservations.

Canyon Lake

Canyon Lake, located on the Guadalupe River, is always an ideal option for outdoor adventures like hiking, fishing, and swimming.

Where To Eat

San Antonio restaurants are open and ready to serve you through takeout, delivery, or limited dine-in. These are a few local favorites.

Schilo’s Delicatessen

The oldest restaurant in the city, Schilo’s is a German deli that’s been serving up hearty sandwiches and homemade root beer since 1917. Order your schweineschnitzel (pork) or weinerschnitzel (veal) with red wine and mushroom brown gravy to make it a “Jaegerschnitzel.”

La Panaderia

Craving something sweet? Order pan dulce and a cup of Mexican hot chocolate from Panaderia, a family-owned bakery and cafe with a distinctive approach to breadmaking. Its 48-hour fermentation process results in artisan baked goods unlike any other.

Rosario’s Mexican Cafe y Cantina

No trip to San Antonio is complete without Tex-Mex. Rosario’s kicks it up a notch, adding a contemporary twist to classic dishes. Guest favorites include the shrimp nachos, tacos callejeros, and Rosario’s original frozen margarita. Save room for churros.

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