Rio San Antonio Cruises, San Antonio

You may have walked along the San Antonio Riverwalk, and dined in one of it’s many restaurants, but you haven’t really experienced the river until you taken one of the boat tours!
Know Before You Go
Pets are not allowed on the boats.
The guides tell about the history of the river and the buildings along it.
They will also tell you some of the best places to eat at on the river, because you can’t eat at Rio Casa every meal!
It’s also a great way to learn about new places to visit!
Relax and listen to some live music as you float on by.
I love going under the many bridges along the river!
The beautiful plants and flowers along the river make it seem more like a garden.
Events on the River
Fiesta San Antonio takes place each April, and the river is filled with bright decorations!  Click HERE to visit their website. for more information.
Each January the river use to be drained and cleaned, leaving behind a big mud puddle and eventually the Mud Festival sprang from it’s slimy roots.  Today the river has a better filter system, and it’s only drained every few years.

Things To Do in San Antonio (near the Riverwalk) 


The Alamo originally stood on a prairie covered in Cottonwoods on the shores of the San Antonio River. Click HERE to read more about visiting the top tourist attraction in Texas!

Rio San Antonio Cruises  

Various stops along the Riverwalk, San Antonio

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