A never-ending stream of cars and people flows up and down the streets of Southern San Antonio. The city is a melting pot so it's not uncommon to see different cultures, languages, and lifestyles coexisting in one place. There are many things that make this city special but I'll just mention two: food and family. It's hard to go more than a mile without passing by someone eating at one of the hundreds of restaurants or store fronts lining the streets--and if you're lucky enough to find a parking space, these places will be open late for your convenience! And as far as family goes, there's no shortage here either--in fact almost everyone has their own little corner where they can hang out with friends or simply enjoy some peace. Southern San Antonio is a place where you can enjoy all four seasons. Known for their Mexican culture and rich history, this city has much to offer visitors and residents alike. One of the most fascinating places is The Alamo. It was built in 1718 by Franciscans for use as a Catholic Mission during Spain's control of that part of North America. You can visit anytime at 10am-5pm daily except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day when it closes at 4pm. There are also plenty of festivals you can attend year round like Fiesta Oyster Bake, Fiestas Patrias (Mexican Independence), Texas Folklife Festival, Cinco de Mayo (Mexist Mexican independence day) or Tejano Conjunto Festival. Buying a house in Southern San Antonio is a worthwhile investment with the continual growth of this area. There are many reasons why buying a home now can give you great returns on your money and it's not too late to start investing!