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I had heard the river walk described as everything from a sewer to a paradise so I was curious. first off most of the river is not covered in tourists and places that cater to tourists- just a half mile loop connected to the actual...More
Our 1st time to San Antonio. We took the river walk boat tour to learn about the area. Our boat was full and the tour guide was great. We learned about the river and area architecture in a fun, informative, relaxed cruise. Yes I would...More
San Antonio is such a great city and the River Walk is fantastic. It's lovely in Downtown where you can dine, drink, and watch the world go by, but the fact that it goes for miles through some of the most historic neighborhoods makes it...More
We stayed at a B&B just below the falls that allowed very easy access to the Riverwalk. Having lived in Pittsburgh for a long time I have gotten accustomed to being near rivers. That said, I was a little surprised when I first saw the...More
Yes, the river walk is touristy....but it is also very unique to the city and has a lot of different places to visit along the way. I would suggest taking the boat tour too, it was actually entertaining and very informative!
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I have been there on my own and walked and ate at The River Walk. Also the Riverwalk narrated cruise by myself. I also walked to Alamo. There is the River Walk shopping Center and an area near the Alamo with cute little... More
I have been there on my own and walked and ate at The River Walk. Also the Riverwalk narrated cruise by myself. I also walked to Alamo. There is the River Walk shopping Center and an area near the Alamo with cute little shops.