Combine two great tours, plus admission to an iconic landmark, for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. Enjoy a relaxing boat cruise along the San Antonio River, explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a hop-on hop-off double-decker bus, and enjoy a spectacular view of Alamo City from the top of the Tower of the Americas.
Main attractions can sell out fast. This San Antonio Vacation Package gives you access to three awesome experiences, including the San Antonio River Walk Cruise, 3-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Pass, and Tower of the Americas Observation Deck. The hip-on hop-off bus ride feature 19 stops around the city, and you can hop off and get back on as many times as you'd like within the 72-hour period.
There's a lot of strange history that's happened here in the streets of San Antonio, and over the course of this San Antonio ghost tour, hear the haunted, paranormal tales of notorious Texas events. The tour begins and ends at The Alamo, where you meet your guides who are carrying lanterns and dressed in historic costumes. Walk the streets of the city's Old Town and learn its fascinating past, which is vividly and masterfully brought to life by the informative and passionate guides.
Discover the historic highlights of San Antonio on a tour that takes you to Mission Concepcion as well as downtown markets, parks, squares, eateries, and more. A great introduction to the city for first-time visitors, this tour gives you a chance to learn your way around San Antonio with a guide to navigate and narrate the journey. That way, you don’t have to worry about getting lost or missing any of the historic details.
Discover all the famous places in San Antonio in this guided sightseeing tour of the Alamo City. This is a driving tour and a river cruise, but you will be getting out to do some walking. You'll see The Alamo and San Jose Mission and have a tour, then visit the Tower of the Americas and ride up the elevator, and end the tour with a San Antonio River Walk cruise- all arranged for you.
Combine two great tours for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. Enjoy a relaxing, 35-minute River Walk boat cruise along the San Antonio River. Explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a scenic hop-on hop-off, double-decker bus tour. Visit popular sites like the Alamo, Pearl Brewery, the San Antonio Museum of Art, Market Square, and many more. Select a pass and get to know the city in custom fashion, with live, onboard narration. Both the bus and boat have frequent departures throughout the day.
Experience four or five of San Antonio's most popular attractions (depending on option chosen) with the ease of this San Antonio attractions pass. Simply use your pass to take the Rio Boat Cruise along the San Antonio River Walk, ride through downtown on the hop-on hop-off bus tour, enter into the Buckhorn Saloon & Texas Ranger Museum, and go to the observation deck and 4D theater ride, located in the Tower of the Americas. If you choose the upgrade option, you'll also receive admission to the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Visit some of the historical missions of San Antonio on this half-day tour. With a guide, you'll explore these heritage sites to learn about the history of the missions and their influences on the region, plus gain insight into their significance from a San Antonio local. This tour allows you to avoid the hassle of renting a car to reach these destinations so you can relax and enjoy a pre-planned tour.
The San Antonio Missions are a UNSECO World Heritage Site you won’t want to miss, filled with history and religious importance. Get the full story on the area that consists of five missions close together from a guide who knows the area and its past well. You’ll see four out of the five missions of the site, as well as La Villita Historic Arts Village, Alamo Plaza, and the Espada Aqueduct.
Discover the rolling orchards and historic towns of Texas Hill Country with a full-day tour from San Antonio that includes the essential Lyndon B. Johnson sites. See the former President’s boyhood home at the bucolic LBJ Ranch, and enjoy a tour of his 'Texas White House.' Learn how cowboys and German migrants shaped the Texas landscape, and explore Fredericksburg at your own pace with time to shop and eat. Explore the heritage of country music in Luckenbach, then sample wine (additional fee) at a local vineyard as you return to San Antonio.
Visit the San Antonio Zoo to see more than 3,000 animals from around the globe. Check out the largest collection of birds in the world; large animals including tigers, hippos, zebras, and elephants; a number of different monkeys; and daily talks by the experts. Ride a train around the beautifully landscaped grounds, or let the kids take a spin on the carousel, which features colorful native Texas animals.
See the Alamo and other UNESCO landmarks on a private tour of San Antonio attractions. This itinerary also offers a look at Mission San José and Mission Concepción, both belonging to the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Visit, too, the King William Historic District and Market Square. With a personal guide on hand to interpret, you’ll gain a better understanding of San Antonio’s heritage.
See San Antonio's top attractions and historic landmarks at your own pace with a 1-,2-, or 4-day ticket for the hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. Explore the sites you like and hear informative recorded commentary aboard the double-decker tour bus. Learn about San Antonio's history, culture, architecture and more as you pass by the Alamo, HemisFair Park, Tower of the Americas and Cathedral of San Fernando, then browse the shops at the Rivercenter Mall along the River Walk.
Explore San Antonio by Segway on a 1.5-hour tour that takes in the highlights of historic downtown San Antonio. Have fun and get great photo ops while riding your Segway past landmarks such as The Alamo, Tower of the Americas, HemisFair Park, the Alamodome, and San Fernando Cathedral. Your guide shares some fun facts and a little Texas history along the way. Book your Segway tour early to ensure that you get a spot on this popular tour.
Make the most of your time in San Antonio and explore at your own pace with this 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Ride around the city on a comfortable tour bus, hopping off whenever you like to explore sights such as the Riverwalk, the Tower of the Americas, and the Alamo. This ticket also includes admission to Tower of the Americas, saving you time waiting in line to buy tickets on arrival.
Explore San Antonio’s unique place in Western history on a half-day morning coach tour. Pass by dozens of historic sites and modern attractions while learning about the city’s rich confluence of cultures and the events that shaped it. See Alamo Plaza and historic hotels, learn about bluesman Robert Johnson’s local recording sessions, and see where residents get their cultural fix at the Tobin Performing Arts Center and Briscoe Western Art Museum. Discover even more and complete your grand city overview on an optional afternoon tour.
Venture into the haunted corners of San Antonio after sunset and hear chilling tales of the city's spooky history. Take in storied landmarks like the Alamo, Cathedral, and other sights while delving into their dark past, plus learn about the most famous ghosts that still wander the streets in Old San Antonio with this family-friendly experience.
Get stunning views of San Antonio from the air on a 10-minute helicopter tour of the city. Trace the course of the San Antonio River to downtown, and swoop past the Alamodome and the Tower of the Americas. Hear about each of the sites you pass with narration in personal headsets, and capture images of the historic Alamo battle site from above. Enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the historic La Villita neighborhood before touching back down at Stinson Airport.
Discover the confluence of cultures and historic events that shaped modern-day San Antonio on a 4-hour evening coach tour. Designed to complement the optional half-day morning tour for a complete overview of the city’s history, the tour makes three stops to points of interest including the Japanese Tea Garden, the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Mission Concepcion, San Jose and the Alamo(optional). Along the way, learn Texas trivia and enjoy live narration from a local guide.
A convenient, hop–on, hop–off bus pass allows you to explore San Antonio without the hassle of navigating on your own. Enjoy live on–board commentary as you circuit the 19–stop route with sweeping views from the top level of the double–decker bus. Valid for 48 hours, this pass is a popular choice for visitors who want to make the most of their time in the area.
See major attractions in San Antonio at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off bus tour pass that is valid for 48 hours. Take in landmarks such as the Alamo, Tower of the Americas, and Riverwalk, and use the provided admission tickets to visit the Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum, and the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Discover the street art of San Antonio, with a focus on murals, during this fun bike tour. Join a small group and ride through town, stopping to admire over 20 murals. Learn the history behind mural art, why it became so popular in San Antonio, and the artists who have set out to make the city as colorful as possible.
Your tour begins with your guide greeting you at the front entrance of the Alamo, your first stop. Walk among legends as you enjoy a guided tour that leads you through the courtyard revealing the story of the 1836 Battle of the Alamo.
You will then take in the world-renowned 15-mile urban waterway on a relaxing, 35-minute River Walk Cruise to immerse yourself with the city’s culture, history, and architecture.
You will then head to the Historic La Villita District to take in its vibrant culture. You will also get the chance to cross Love Lock Bridge, where the tradition is for visitors to attach padlocks to the railings as a symbol of their love and commitment.
Your next stop is the San Fernando Cathedral, which has been a cherished landmark for over 300 years. As the oldest continuously operating religious community in Texas.
Your tour will come to an end when you arrive at your thrilling last stop. Take an elevator ride up 190 m (623 ft) to the top of Tower of the Americas.
Not seeing something you are looking for?
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ:What are the best City Tours in San Antonio?
The best City Tours in San Antonio according to Viator travelers are: