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San Antonio Is One of the 20 Most Overlooked Travel Cities in the U.S.

Cheapism Logo By Jamie Ballard,Jennifer Fitzgerald ,Mattress Advisor Staff,Sarah McClutchy,Kate Levin,Susan Henson,Fionna Agomuoh,Lee Turner,Testo DeBesto,Max Levitte,Bill Marcus,Matthew Clibanoff,Jason Steele,John Kim,Terry Sullivan,Paul Hiebert,Suzanne Schneider,Lydia Roth,Maria Korolov,Taylor Milan of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 21: The United States is full of interesting destinations, but some cities just seem to hog all the buzz. Big-name draws such as New York, Washington, New Orleans, and San Francisco have world-class sights — and massive numbers of tourists to go with them, but we've looked around to find 20 cities large and small where travelers can still happily fill a weekend or more without battling the crowds. One of the best? Texas' San Antonio.

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The United States is full of interesting destinations, but some cities just seem to hog all the buzz. Big-name draws such as New York, Washington, New Orleans, and San Francisco have world-class sights — and massive numbers of tourists to go with them, but we've looked around to find 20 cities large and small where travelers can still happily fill a weekend or more without battling the crowds. One of the best? Texas' San Antonio.

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