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Best Places To Live In San Antonio, TX

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San Antonio, TX: Alamo City

The south Texas city of San Antonio is one of the state's three largest cities. San Antonio is also known as the Alamo City. It is home to almost 1.5 million people and is one of the United States' eight largest cities. The total population of San Antonio and its surrounding communities is over 2 million. San Antonio is Bexar County's county seat.

A move to San Antonio may mean a major change in your lifestyle. The city offers a variety of neighborhoods, places to shop and restaurants. There are plenty of attractions for visitors and residents. Hospitals, county government offices and city government offices are some of the places to find employment here. The city has a number of public schools, private schools and colleges.

The cost of living here is lower than average cost of living in Texas. It is also lower than other cities in the United States. If you are relocating from Northern California or New York, you may be pleasantly surprised by home and rental prices here. The average price of homes and rental are both less than the national average.

If you are moving from the Midwest or the Northeast, the weather in San Antonio will be a big change for you. There are mild winters and warm summers here. The winters usually have temperatures in the 60s. However, there may be a few winter days with temperatures in the 30s or 40s. Summer temperatures are usually in the 90s. You may have some summer days with temperatures over 100. April and May are the city's rainiest months.

Unique landmarks in the city include the Alamo and the River Walk. The Alamo is the site of a battle between Texas and Mexico in 1836. The River Walk is a pathway along the San Antonio River lined with restaurants and shops. The city has museums for children and art lovers. If you like history, you may enjoy exploring the city's missions that date back to the 18th century. Parks in the area have lakes, biking trails and playgrounds.

Public transportation options in San Antonio include buses and streetcars operated by VIA Metropolitan Transit. There are bus stops throughout most of the city, and the streetcars operate in the city's downtown.

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