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Located on the south bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita was one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods. In 1939, as ground broke on the San Antonio River Walk development, city official led by Mayor Maury Maverick acted to preserve this...more
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Nice historic village right outside riverwalk in downtown, with old historic houses and quaint shops of various types including handmade metal/copper sculpture shop, candle making shop, professional artwork shop and more. Nice cafe as well.
I took my sister from AZ and niece from FL there before the Christmas Holidays. We had such an enjoyable time. Loved River Art Gallery, the leather shop, copper shop and went broke at the scent shop & bird & pear. We had an fancy...More
This is just off the river area and it is a small village with lots of shops. Please check this place out as there are some really good small family businesses that offer some very different items that you cant get at the Market Square...More
This is a great place right on the Riverwalk to spend an afternoon or morning. Easy to walk. Many interesting shops, from jewelry to leather to Mexican crafts. Couple of restaurants and an amphitheatre that stretches across the river. Great diversion close to everything.
We visited La Villita during the annual riverboat parade, kicking off the Christmas season. We enjoyed dinner at the Guadalajara Grill and walked down to the amphitheatre. It was nice remembering the scene from "Miss Congeniality" that was filmed there. La Villita is a great...More
Over a five day period, my wife and I visited La Villita on two separate occasions, once to dine at The Fig Tree one evening, and the second to do some shopping and to photograph some of the historic buildings. There are a number of...More
This is one of the venues for the many fiestas in San Antonio. Today was the fiesta de Los Muertos, a celebration of those loved ones who have passed away. The fiesta has colorful Arts, food, & Fun and La villita is a perfect place...More
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Both are along the Riverealk so a stroll southward from the hotel will get you to La Villita. Approximately 10-15 minutes unless you stop for beverages along the way! Per other response Boudros does have delicious... More
Both are along the Riverealk so a stroll southward from the hotel will get you to La Villita. Approximately 10-15 minutes unless you stop for beverages along the way! Per other response Boudros does have delicious guacamole and they also have potent margaritas. Hotel Mokara had a very nice bar by the Riverwalk.