City Sightseeing Double Decker Tours

City Sightseeing Double Decker Tours

http://www.citysightseeingsanantonio.com/

Address

216 East Crockett
San Antonio, Texas 78205


Phone

210-224-8687


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City Sightseeing San Antonio Double Decker Bus Tour 

People absolutely love our unique Hop On, Hop Off tour route.  We start out in Alamo Plaza and immediately give you the double decker view of the beautiful Alamo.  

From there we head north towards the San Antonio Museum of Art, the Pearl Brewery Complex, and much more.  

And of course you are free to get off and explore at any of our 18 stops.  If you do, just go back to where we dropped you off and wait for our next bus to arrive.  

We typically have four or five double deckers operating so we get to each stop every 20 to 30 minutes.  Take a look at our route below and buy online or come see us in Alamo Plaza.  You will love it!  

Our tour stops include:

1.    The Alamo
Once home to Spanish Missionaries as Mission de Valero, it is the site of the Battle Of The Alamo in 1836.

2.    The Pearl Brewery
A culinary and cultural destination along the banks of the river.

3.    San Antonio Museum of Art
House the largest and most comprehensive collection of ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Asian art in the Southwest United States.

4.    VFW Post 76
The oldest Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in the United States.

5.    Augie’s BBQ Restaurant
Great Texas BBQ in the heart of Downtown San Antonio

6.    Riverwalk/Museum Reach
We stop at the Wyndham Garden Riverwalk Hotel where you can explore the beautiful Museum Reach section of the Riverwalk.

7.    Tobin Center
Home to resident performing arts groups and major music and theatrical acts visiting San Antonio.  (Bus stop is directly in front of the El Tropicano Hotel)

8.    The Scottish Rite Cathedral
Completed in 1924 at a cost of $1.5 million dollars.  A six story building in the style of a classic revival temple.  Serves as a meeting place for the Scottish Rite Masonry.

9.    Hipolito F. Garcia Federal Building
Historic courthouse and post office located in Alamo Plaza.  (Bus stop across the street from the Emily Morgan Hotel)

10.  Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum
An immersive Texas experience.  Explore the Museum’s Hall of Horns, and the Texas Ranger Museum and Ranger town.

11.  Riverwalk/River Cruise Ride
One story above the river, visit St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the Majestic, Aztec and Empire Theaters.  Also a great location for guests of the Hotel Valencia, the Drury Inn and Drury Plaza, the Omni La Mansion Hotel and the Holiday Inn Riverwalk to hop on and hop off.

12.  San Fernando Cathedral/Spanish Governor’s Palace
Founded in 1731 and is the oldest continuously functioning religious community in Texas.  The Spanish Governor’s Palace was constructed in the early 18th century as the “Presidio San Antonio de Bejar”.  It marked Spanish settlement under King Ferdinand VI.

13.  Market Square/El Mercado
Visitors and residents alike visit El Mercado for authentic Mexican dining, music, and treasures.  Located in the “Zona Cultura”.

14.  King William Historic District
The Blue Star Arts Complex, the Guenther House, the King William District, and Southtown.  An area know for it’s diverse community, art galleries, restaurants and Victorian era homes.

15.  Villa Finale Visitor Center Stop
Tour the museum and gardens of preservationist Walter Mathis.  (Bus stop in front of the Friendly Spot)

16.  Yanaguana Garden
Public art display and playground.

17.  Tower of the Americas/La Villita
The 750 foot tall Tower of the Americas provides guests with the most spectacular view of the Alamo City.  Enjoy the gorgeous panorama view from the Tower’s Observation Deck and experience the thrilling 4D Theater Ride.  La Villita is the historic art village and one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods.

18.  The Shops at Rivercenter Mall
Shops, stores, the movie Alamo The Price Of Freedom at the IMAX, restaurants, bars, movie theaters, and the Rivercenter Lagoon.

 

 

And a link to our website where there is loads of good material:

http://www.citysightseeingsanantonio.com/