Our friends at Go Rio have launched their new holiday rides for the season. Take time to float down the River and gaze at the Christmas lights on the Downtown Lights, Pearl Lights and Reserved Holiday Narrated Cruise Tours!
Visit the Famed Alamo in San Antonio
More than 2.5 million people a year visit the four acre complex known worldwide as "The Alamo." Visitors come to see the old mission that has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty.
Hail a Taxi - Right on the Riverwalk
Experience the Riverwalk adventure while staying at Hotel Contessa in San Antonio, Texas.Rio San Antonio Cruises Tour offers entertaining narratives of rich history of San Antonio River while on a river barge. Cruises are 35 to 40 minutes long and cover 2.5 miles of beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk.
Rio San Antonio Cruises
Tour offers entertaining narratives of rich history of San Antonio River while on a river barge. Cruises are 35 to 40 minutes long and cover 2.5 miles of beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk.
Enjoy the San Antonio sights while riding a Segway with an excellent and entertaining tour guide. From the Alamo to Main Plaza, King William District to the Riverwalk you'll simply love San Antonio.
San Antonio Trolley Tours
The old-time trolley is an exciting way to see the city. San Antonio Trolley Tours take you on a historic journey through San Antonio. Professional tour guides provide a narrated, quality experience.
City Sightseeing of San Antonio (Double Decker Tour Bus)
City Sightseeing San Antonio, located in downtown San Antonio, operates a classic London Double Decker and tour of the city with onboard commentary and a great view! Tours begin every 30 - 60 minutes from Alamo Plaza, Market Square, HemisFair Park and six other central locations. It is a hop-on, hop-off service; pay on boarding.
HemisFair Park & Tower of the Americas
For more than 35 years, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas has offered the most breathtaking view of the Alamo City - visitors dine at the Tower's revolving restaurant or enjoy the scenery from the observation deck.
King Williams District
Located near downtown on the south bank of the San Antonio River, the District was once the most elegant residential area in the city. It was zoned as the state's first historic district, and has once again become a fashionable neighborhood.
San Antonio Missions
In the 18th century, the Spanish church established five Catholic missions along the San Antonio River, primarily to extend its dominion northward from Mexico, but also to convert the native population. What remains of the largest concentration of missions in North America provides an interesting look into Texas' history.
The Pearl District
Located just north of downtown San Antonio, The Pearl is a must-see culinary and cultural destination. The area inlcludes retail, dining, drinks and plenty of open space for play. The 22-acres are home to The Culinary Institute of America, a weekend Farmers Market and award-winning restaurants.