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From Washington, D.C., to San Antonio

People traveling from Washington, D.C., to San Antonio will find a city filled with history, culture and a little romance. From the River Walk to the Alamo, there's something for everyone in San Antonio. Visit Orbitz.com to find sales on airline tickets, hotel accommodations and more.

Flying Out of Washington, D.C.

Dulles International Airport, Reagan National Airport and Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI) all offer flights from Washington, D.C., to San Antonio. The cheapest long-term parking option at Dulles is the economy parking lot, which costs $10 per day. You can use the economy parking lot at Reagan National Airport for $12 per day, and the long-term parking lot at BWI for $8 per day. You can take a cab to all three airports. Passengers whose flights depart from Reagan National Airport can take the Metrorail to the airport. Tickets cost between $1.70 and $5.75, depending on where you board the train.

Exploring San Antonio

Located in southcentral Texas, San Antonio is a city where you'll find the true meaning of "Tex-Mex." The area is heavily influenced by the combination of Texas rancher and Mexican culture. If you enjoy shopping, eating and museums, you'll find everything you're looking for at the Riverwalk-you can even take a guided boat tour down the river. You also won't want to miss seeing the Alamo, Fort Sam Houston and the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum. The San Antonio International Airport is located at 9800 Airport Road. Cab fare to the downtown area costs between $25 and $29. Alternatively, you can take the Go Airport Shuttle for $18 or the public bus for $1.10. San Antonio has hot summers and mild winters. Average high temperatures range from the low 60s to the mid-90s throughout the year. If you want to avoid the excessive heat, travel to San Antonio in the spring or fall. The weather is warm but not so hot you want to stay indoors.

Plan a Trip to San Antonio

With year-round warm weather and numerous places to explore, it's easy to see why people travel from Washington, D.C., to San Antonio. When you make your travel arrangements with Orbitz.com, it's easy to find low-cost flights, hotel rooms and vacation packages.

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