San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral

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4 expert recommendations



Still an active parish, San Fernando's was built in 1738 by the city's Canary Island colonists. Full review →


Frommer's 35

You may think you've been magically transported to Mexico, Spain, or France when you enter this stately Gothic Revival cathedral. Full review →

Each Sunday, a music-filled "El Mariachi Mass" is held, offering visitors of all faiths a culturally enriching experience cathedral

Lonely Planet

More than just another pretty church, San Fernando's role in the Battle of the Alamo makes it an important local landmark. Full review →



Established as the parish church for the original Canary Islanders who settled San Antonio, San Fernando has graced the city since 1731. Santa Anna’s red flag was hoisted here during the... Full review →

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