You undoubtedly picture the Alamo and the city’s River Walk when you think of San Antonio, Texas. In addition to the Alamo, the River Walk in San Antonio is a great place to spend a weekend if you’re visiting Texas. It’s a great way to see all the greatest sights along the iconic pedestrian river in San Antonio when you’re there next time.
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San Antonio is Texas’ most popular tourist destination, and we’re here to tell you why. Aside from the Alamo and a slew of great restaurants serving housemade guacamole, San Antonio has a classic Texas vibe. The River Walk, a pedestrian river packed with cafes, shops, and boutique hotels, is the ideal way to taste it all. Check out these must-stops along the way if you’re planning to visit!
It’s the Havana Hotel. Old-school Cuban flair and vibrant common areas overlooking the bustling waterway draw visitors to this historic hotel.
Acinar Duck in for some of the greatest modern Tex-Mex cuisine in town at this contemporary café. Their chile Rellenos are a must-try!
The Museum’s Audience The River Walk has a new addition! The Pearl Brewery area may be reached via this 1.3-mile stretch of pedestrian waterway, framed by native vegetation and a variety of quirky artworks.
Brewpub and Riverwalk Having a cool one in the open air at this German beer garden is a great way to spend a mid-afternoon break.
Make memories with a family river cruise down the Rio de Janeiro River. Go Rio provides enjoyable and educational river tours.
River Center has a variety of shops, and the old Joske Building has more than 50 shops. Everything from the best of retail to Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville is here for your enjoyment.
Brewery Pearl Brewing Co. The hippest restaurants in town may now be found in this former brewery. Fun public spaces and a large green grass make it a popular destination for families with children.
The county boundary This BBQ joint is known for its generous servings of meat. The unique roadhouse ambiance and the big, finger-licking platters are sure to please the gathering of friends and family.
River Theater at Arneson Catches an outdoor performance of music or theatre. On one side of the river, the Arneson River Theater has a stage, while the other side has seating.
Attractions like the Drury Plaza Riverwalk Hotel: The hotel has an outdoor pool, a good bar, and a lounge and is only a short walk from the river. The rooms’ vastness will astound you!