San Antonio is one of the country’s most picturesque cities with old world Spanish flair and a blend of cultures. Once an Indian village, San Antonio’s fusion of cultures began over three hundred years ago when Spain sent missionaries to colonize the native people. What is now known as the Alamo was originally used as a Spanish military installation. San Antonio was involved in wars when Mexico gained its independence from Spain and then again when Texas declared its independence from Mexico. San Antonio continues to play a role in our current military and is home to several military installations including Fort Sam Houston, Camp Bullis, Lackland and Randolph Air Force bases.

Industries such as the Oil and Gas, Software Medical Technologies, Banking, Tourism, International Trade have made San Antonio their new home.

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The area is filled with things to do and ranges from visiting the Alamo, the San Antonio River Walk, local art exhibits, theme parks, parks, golfing, wine country to major festivals during the year. There are several major colleges and universities in the area and San Antonio has professional men and women’s basketball teams, an American hockey team and a minor league baseball team. There is continued growth moving to the outskirts of the city center with many new neighborhoods being developed as well as new shopping centers and restaurants. These neighborhoods feel like mini cities with their own schools, shopping restaurants and entertainment on top of what the rest of San Antonio has to offer.