#KBHome Tours of the San Antonio River Walk aboard a river cruiser are common, but did you know you can take a sunset taxi ride from downtown, along the Museum Reach, to the Pearl Brewery? It's true. Check out our top 5 things to do on the River Walk.
San Antonio’s River Walk is one of the highlights of visiting the city, so make sure to spend some time there. Here you will find a large number of bars, restaurants, shops, hotels plus water taxis and more. The central part can be very crowded, therefore, I prefer the less touristed areas of the River Walk. #globalphile #travel #tips #destinations #lonelyplanet #roadtrip2016 #sanantonio http://globalphile.com/city/san-antonio-texas/
You do not want to miss this famous Halloween spectacle. Imagine floating coffins in barges traveling along the San Antonio River!The world famous River Walk in San Antonio always alive and brimming with action is no stranger to Halloween fun! Come out and enjoy the wonderful Bud Light Coffins on Parade. You do not want to miss this famous Halloween spectacle. Imagine floating coffins in barges traveling along the San Antonio River!Of course this eerie parade can only be celebrated at night…
Take a stroll along the San Antonio River Walk. This 2.5-mile-long network of walkways, along the banks of the San Antonio River, is lined with an eclectic mix of shops, bars and more. Chow down at one of the top River Walk restaurants, and then relax at one of these hotels near the River Walk.
Skip the boat, and take a stroll. As the longest linear urban park in America, San Antonio’s River Walk abounds with recreational features -- these include over 15 miles of hike and bike trails, 6 foot bridges, picnic tables, overlooks and river-edge landings.