I didn't see where I could go in and visit but I took a picture as the building was beautiful. The day I was there not too many people around so I got a really good picture
An great show. if you are in the downtown area, you should plan to attend this event. i trutly love the history of Texas fore told and the music was perfect. please don't miss this fantacted show.
This a courtyard where there is a large architectural projection on the outside of an old church. It's free and a good break from being in the packed out river walk. It is on the edge of the river walk. You just go up to street level and walk about a block over.
I encourage visitors to leave the RiverWalk; You don't have to walk more than a few blocks on either side or further on to enjoy some of the real San Antonio.
Right in downtown on Main Plaza, this beautiful old church with gold altar looks like something you would see in Italy. Defintely worth a visit.
On our last night in SA, we made it to Main Plaza to see The Saga. Amazing - the story of Texas told in lights projected on the church in about 20 minutes! Check nights and times - it doesn't play every night. It's cool in the Plaza at night, good way to end the evening, kids would love it.
We toured the San Fernando Cathedral during the day and attended the light show that evening. The gift shop has a little museum type area that gives the history of the cathedral. The light show was interesting, but a little hard to follow the story.
The light show took place after dark and we took a cab to see it after it was recommended by the river boat captain. I expected a water light show so I was a bit disappointed that it was merely a projection of quite nice artistice display. The subjects ranved from geometric patterns to people of the past like Fredrick... 更多
Went during the Fiesta Celebration at the cathedral -enjoyed food carts, entertainment, meeting locals and the cathedral is beautiful. Also a short walk to the Spanish Governor's Palace. Easy to get to from downtown and worth a visit -the official central point of San Antonio,