San Antonio Excursions

San Antonio is certainly a city that needs to no introduction. Steeped in history important to both the state of Texas and the United States on the whole, San Antonio is a city to visit when you want an immersive and educational getaway. From the Alamo to the Riverwalk, San Antonio is filled with diverse and interesting sights and sounds that will bring the past alive for you while you visit this central Texas city.

Explore San Antonio by double-decker bus

If you want to make the most of sightseeing in San Antonio but are worried about finding and paying for parking at every stop, you may want to consider booking a ticket aboard the City Sightseeing San Antonio bus. Your bus tour runs all day from about 8 am to 6 pm and enables you to hop on and hop off at designated meeting points at your leisure. Even better, your ticket is good for 48 hours so you can use to check out all the major sites this fascinating city offers. You’ll be able to see and learn about the Alamo, the San Fernando Cathedral, the Tower of Americas and so much more. Even better? You don’t have to deal with traffic!

Discover the Riverwalk by boat cruise

If you enjoy spending time on the water, you’ll love the Riverwalk Boat Cruise. Although you won’t be captaining your own boat on the open seas, you will get to spend 40 minutes perusing the Riverwalk and seeing all the unique sights and sounds of San Antonio from the river. The tour is narrated so you’ll learn as you float and enjoy the rich cultural history of this Texas city. Enjoy the cruise any time of day, including at night, for a vacation memory you won’t soon forget.

See San Antonio by Segway

If you want to explore the city at your own pace but dread the thought of that much walking, you might enjoy discovering the city on Segway scooters. Choose from multiple Segway excursions, each lasting one to two hours, and then hop on these two-wheelers and zip along! On Segway you’ll be able to get closer to sites and attractions than you would be able to by bus, but you won’t have to wear out your favorite pair of shoes by walking lots of miles, either. Riders must be 14 or older, so this tour is not suitable for families with young kids.

Meander San Antonio by foot and learn about its haunted history

Do you love the macabre? Are you into all things eerie and creepy, even when it isn’t the Halloween season? Then you will love exploring San Antonio’s spooky side by foot with a Haunted History Ghost Tour! You’ll explore the city by foot at night and learn all about its haunted past. You’ll love the haunted tales about some of the most well-known sites in San Antonio. This one might be better without the kids.

San Antonio lodging

No matter which way you decide to explore San Antonio- by bus, boat, Segway or on foot- you’ll want to find a place where you can relax at night after a long day of sightseeing. Braunig Lake RV Resort in Elmendorf, Texas, is just the spot for some good old Texas hospitality. Close to all of San Antonio’s famous sites but far enough away that you can feel miles from the city, Braunig Lake RV offers a number of amenities to guests. From a pool and hot tub to a fishing lake, this spot has it all. Book your next San Antonio getaway with Braunig Lake today!


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