America's Most Beautiful Landmarks

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From soaring man-made monuments to jaw-dropping natural landforms, the U.S. has a wealth of beautiful landmarks.

RiverWalk, San Antonio, TX

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Also known as the Paseo del Rio, this four-mile path along the San Antonio River started off as a WPA flood-control project in the 1930s. Five million visitors come each year to enjoy the cafés, hotels, and shops along the cypress-lined river, which is home to yellow-crowned night herons, barred owls, and red-eared slider turtles.

How to See It: After meandering along the river, enjoy prickly-pear margaritas and fresh guacamole, prepared tableside, alfresco at Boudro’s Texas Bistro.

America's Most Beautiful Landmarks

RiverWalk, San Antonio, TX

Also known as the Paseo del Rio, this four-mile path along the San Antonio River started off as a WPA flood-control project in the 1930s. Five million visitors come each year to enjoy the cafés, hotels, and shops along the cypress-lined river, which is home to yellow-crowned night herons, barred owls, and red-eared slider turtles.

How to See It: After meandering along the river, enjoy prickly-pear margaritas and fresh guacamole, prepared tableside, alfresco at Boudro’s Texas Bistro.

Stuart Dee/SACVB
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