Thrifty Car Rental –San Antonio (SAT)
8770 Crownhill Boulevard
San Antonio, TX 78216
San Antonio is one of the Lone Star State's most visited cities. This historic and unique town is home to more than 1.3 million people, but its charm and historic river scene are reminiscent of small-town southwestern America. San Antonio's warm weather is ideal for recent retirees, and its plethora of nightlife, arts, dining and shopping opportunities create an ideal city for getting away from it all. Your San Antonio car rental will help you navigate your way around this spectacular city.
Perfect your swing
Golfers will love San Antonio's warm and sunny weather ... but they will love its many fabulous golf courses even more. Take a drive in your San Antonio car rental to one of the city's prized golf courses. La Cantera was named one of the top 20 golf courses in the world by Conde Nast Travel, making it an ideal site for experienced swingers. Other local favorites include The Quarry, The Alamo City, Canyon Springs and Silverhorn golf courses. Just remember to bring your water and sunscreen: The average high temperature in San Antonio peaks at 96 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer months.
Go for a stroll
Remember the Alamo
When the sun starts getting lower in the sky, you might want to park your San Antonio rental car and take a stroll down San Antonio's famous and historic River Walk. After you set out on foot, you can choose from a variety of fun and charming River Walk activities. You can even opt to take a boat tour down the river! Shopping opportunities abound within this delightful district, as do dining, lodging and entertainment activities. Pamper yourself (or your spouse) at one of the area's tranquil spas, or spice things up with a hot southwestern meal. The choice is yours! When you've had your fill of River Walk fun, drive your San Antonio rental car back to your hotel - after this long walk, you'll sleep like a baby.
San Antonio's many historic missionaries inspire and wow visitors from all corners of the globe. The town's most infamous mission - the Alamo - was the site of an important battle for Texas' independence from Mexico. Visitors can tour the structure and learn about the historic events that transpired within its walls. You'll definitely want to check out the four historic missions at San Antonio Missions National Historic Park. These four missions are also active Catholic parishes, so make sure to schedule your visit between church service hours.