This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of SAVE for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Texas is known for being the best state to do business and an affordable place to make a home, but did you know it's also one of the nation's most affordable vacation destinations?
San Antonio is fantastic place to visit for historic tours, animal adventures, theme parks, and shopping. With the SAVE – San Antonio Vacation Experience you can save more than $600 on the area's best attractions, hotels, and resorts.
SAVE Hotel partners include: Grand Hyatt San Antonio, Hyatt Regency San Antonio on the Riverwalk, San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk Hotel, Hilton Palacio del Rio, The Westin Riverwalk San Antonio and many more!
SAVE attraction partners include SeaWorld, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Schlitterbahn, Splashtown, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, San Antonio Botanical Garden, & more! Talk about options! If you've never been to SeaWorld, then I highly recommend it.
They put on a great show and have animals you just can't see every day (especially in the land locked midwest!)
We would definitely use the SAVE discounts to save at SeaWorld and the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch , but I'd also love to check out the historic sites (like the Alamo and San Antonio Missions and the South Texas Heritage Center.) We'd also visit Six Flags Fiesta and dance at the Fiesta Noche del Rio.
And with kids, we would definitely need to enjoy some of the waterparks and great restaurants. The Schlitterbahn is the world's longest waterpark ride with 3600 feet of rapids! Everything's bigger in Texas, right? I'd love to see how that works out for dinner!
Take a look at the San Antonio SAVE program and take advantage fo the Limited Time Offers to save even more with limited time deals and extra hotel values. You can even follow them on twitter at @SAVEinSA.
If you've been to San Antonio or are planning a trip soon, leave a comment below to share your tips and vactation stories.
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