There are several driving routes in and around San Antonio that take you on a scenic adventure. Capture the picturesque landscapes, visit historical landmarks, stop for a bite to eat at a chic restaurant, or quench your thirst at a funky bar.
From Southtown to King William District
Take a drive from Southtown to King William District. Southtown in the city’s art district, where you can make stops at one-of-a-kind shops like the Propaganda Palace and incredible art galleries like the Mercury Project. The Propaganda Palace is nirvana for media collectors; find reels of old films and old eight-track tapes. At the Mercury Project, there are fabulous art exhibits from artists like Lane’ Pittard and Robert Tatum.
From Southtown, head north on South Presa to get to King William District, one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Antonio. Drive by grand mansions and estates, and make a stop at the San Antonio River Walk. Cafes and restaurants line the scenic river, and you can enjoy a river boat ride while enjoying the sounds of delightful mariachis. Be sure to grab some photos of the amazing Tower of Life Building and the Tower of the Americas. continue reading…