Why San Antonio is a Great Place to Live
Monday, February 20th, 2012
Location: San Antonio is ideally located within driving distance from Austin, Houston, and the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Cost of living: The cost of living in San Antonio is consistently below the national average, and, due to a stable and growing Texas economy, this is the case in nearly every city in Texas. Whether it’s a tank of gas, a cup of coffee, a pizza, or your utility bill, you’re likely to pay less for it in San Antonio than in many other large U.S. cities.
Amenities: San Antonio has something for everyone. Outdoor activities abound nearly year round thanks to mild winters. Areas for bike riding, hiking, and fishing are everywhere, and the city boasts several well-maintained dog parks for animal lovers. You can even enjoy outdoor shopping at the famous San Antonio River Walk. If the weather isn’t cooperating, you can go see a Spurs game or enjoy one the many fine restaurants in town.
Education: Whether your kids are in elementary or you’re considering returning to school for a masters, the schools in San Antonio are top notch. Many of the schools in the San Antonio Independent School District have been recognized nationally for excellence. There are numerous community colleges in the area, as well as six four-year institutions, including The University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas A & M San Antonio, and Trinity University.
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