1- Alamo In all of Texas, the Alamo receives the highest number of visitors.  Texas gained its independence near the site of the Battle of the Alamo in the 18th century.

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2- River Walk The River Walk, is brightened like a little cultural wonderland, full of restaurants, shops, museums, hotels, and more – all looking over the river itself.

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3- Hopscotch Hopscotch, since the beginning, the immersive art experience has attracted crowds of people who swarm to snap colourful photos.

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4-Museum Of Art Its actually boasts one of the biggest Roman, Greek, and Egyptian art collections including an spanning 5,000 years, from antique to contemporary.

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5-Natural Bridge Cavern The natural wonder attracts a daily dose of tourists and locals for tours 180 feet below ground that show ancient formations and large caves.

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6-Botanical Garden There are new exotic plants, desert greenery, and even a rose garden that attracts a wide range of birds and insects.

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7-Japanese Tea Garden Originally planned as a rock quarry in the early 1900s, this area has been transformed into one of the city's most serene spots.

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8- Six Flags Fiesta Both big kids and tiny ones may enjoy Six Flags Fiesta, as the theme park continues to pack a powerful punch in terms of entertainment value.

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9-Fiesta  In 1891, the annual Fiesta festival was founded as a tribute to the heroes of the Battle of San Jacinto and the Battle of the Alamo.

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10-McNay Art Museum The museum now has 22,000 artworks, the majority of which date back to the 19th and 20th centuries.

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