About San Antonio Missions National Historical Park & Mission Trail
In 2015, the San Antonio Missions were named an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the principal such assignment in the province of Texas. The five missions, including the celebrated Alamo Mission Valero were worked in the mid 1700s, set up by the Franciscan Order in an exertion by Spain to colonize and proselytize the locale.
Today, they are one of the city's most noteworthy vacation spots. In the event that you have sufficient energy to see just a couple of the missions, make sure to see the Alamo, Mission San Jose, and Mission Concepción. The staying two incorporate Mission San Juan and Mission Espada. The Mission Trail associates the missions.