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Flights to San Antonio

Fall for the Tex-Mex charms of the Alamo City

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From Spanish colonial architecture to Mexican huevos rancheros for breakfast, there’s a distinctly Latin American flavour to San Antonio.

Steeped in Mexican and colonial history, Texas’s loveliest city is famous for its rich heritage, relaxed atmosphere, and free public works of art. It’s an easy city to explore, whether you’re on foot or cruising down the river. Just make sure you schedule in a stop for some tasty Tex-Mex food.  

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Explore San Antonio

Never forget your first time

No trip to San Antonio would be complete without a visit to The Alamo. Built in the early 1700s as a Spanish mission, it’s now a shrine to the heroes who died there in a historic 1836 battle for Texas independence from Mexico.

A walk to remember

Take a stroll down the River Walk, a popular Spanish-style promenade along the banks of the San Antonio River. Lap up the lush greenery, wander under bridges and explore an abundance of boutique shops and fine restaurants. 

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Local information

Flight information

Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to San Antonio International Airport.

Visa information

Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need. 

Local currency

The currency in San Antonio is the US Dollar (USD).

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Local transport

San Antonio's public transport system VIA Metropolitan Transit can help you reach popular attractions in the area.

Time difference

San Antonio is 6 hours behind London (GMT).

Electricity

The electricity supply is 120 volts in San Antonio. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.