A gorgeous and picturesque walk. So much to see and so much history. Wear comfortable walking shoes and walk the entire length. Read all the plaques. Or hop on a barge and her the history - 10 dollars each
About San Antonio River
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The river and River Walk area is very charming. We were a little concerned about walking so close to the river when it was crowded but later found out that the river is only about 4 feet deep if you were unfortunate to fall in....More
Get away from the tourists and walk, run or bike the extended trails away from the river walk crowded central boat tour area. It is soooo different, a great opportunity to soak in the architecture, the gardens and landscaping surrounding the river. Gain a piece...More
The river winds through the city, and you take a comfortable (not luxurious) open air boat ride with a knowledgeable guide talking you through the history and the sights. Nothing exciting, but definitely nice for anyone who appreciates quiet and history.
The Riverwalk has always been the "Tourist Destination" but living here and now being a part of the expansion North and South ... there is so much more to experience. The River expansion to the North goes all the way up to University of Incarnate...More
The San Antonio River Walk is a lovely place to visit. Although it gets very hot in the summer, it is a great place to walk through, full of shops, bars, and restaurants. We enjoy every visit.
Be sure and take a boat cruise. The river and surrounding areas were very clean. The history of San Antonio is very interesting.