Because San Antonio is an area with a broad range of historical and vibrant places to visit, finding a tour guide is a good way to take in as much as possible when visiting the city. From up in the air to on the water, San Antonio specializes in guided tours.
Alamo Helicopter Tours offers a different kind of look at San Antonio and includes views of the San Antonio River, downtown area, SeaWorld San Antonio, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, the Mission Trail and the Hill Country. Once you land, your list of things to do will probably grow based on the view.
If being scared is your thing, check out San Antonio Ghost Tours to hear about the walking dead that still call San Antonio home. San Antonio Ghost Tours offers day and nighttime tours, allowing you to walk through graveyards while hearing about some of the area’s earliest citizens or take a private limousine tour through some ‘scary’ neighborhoods.
Bluebonnet Carriage offers a different kind of tour on horse-drawn carriages. This touring company provides tours around downtown San Antonio, the River Walk, the historic Alamo and along the historical King William District.
Historic Texas Tours offers custom tours as well as programmed tours. Get a better view of downtown San Antonio or learn more about the Mission Trails. Feel like food and drinks? Book a San Antonio Foodie Tour or a Texas Winery Tour. Historic Texas Tours also offers a Texas Hill Country tour and tour of natural bridge caverns. Each tour features a down-home Texan tour guide.
Rio San Antonio Cruises operates daily river cruises that cover a mile and half of the scenic River Walk. Each tour combines a relaxing tour with entertaining narratives about the sites around. Rio San Antonio also provides chartered cruises and a water taxi service.
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