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Step aboard a River Cruising Barge for an exciting and entertaining narrative of the rich history of the San Antonio River! Cruises are about 35 minutes long and cover one and a half miles of the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. We also offer...more
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If you are in San Antonio, you must take a river cruise! It’s a great way to see the Riverwalk area and get a feel for what the Riverwalk has to offer. It’s reasonably priced and very fun and entertaining. Some skippers are better than...More
I enjoyed the River Cruise. It was at night so everything around the river was lit up. They even had some Christmas lights still up. The guide said they would not be lit. There were just small boats lit up that were beautifully decorated for...More
This is a great way to see the entire river walk. Our guide was informative, and funny. He shared the history of the city, it's buildings and history about some of San Antonio's founding families. You are able to see the many restaurants, and shops....More
The first attraction one usually encounters in San Antonio is the River Walk. Summer and autumn are the best time to stroll the banks although Christmas with its hanging lights is lovely. It is not in the league of the river seine in Paris or...More
San Antonio in five days...please help (6 Replies)
Can you please give me a sample itinerary that covers the following: (listed by our highest priority first to lowest priority last) SeaWorld San Antonio, River Walk, The Alamo, Mission Trail, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Natural Bridge Caverns, San Antonio Zoo & Aquarium, Rio San Antonio Cruises, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, Japanese Tea Gardens, and Mission Trail. Please try to give me a 5 full day itinerary and cut out whichever doesn't fit well. Thanks in advance for your time and...More
November 13, 2010|
Tea gardens are near the zoo, Alamo is near the river walk, sea world is decorated nicely for Christmas, we were there last weekend.