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Private Unesco Missions Tour in San Antonio

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Private Unesco Missions Tour in San Antonio
Detail Duration: 3 hours
Detail It lasts approximately 2 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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Private Unesco Missions Tour in San Antonio
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Are you ready for a one-of-a-kind private tour showcasing the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in San Antonio, Texas? This personalized tour lets you see the highlights of the city in a way that is exclusive to you and your group, making it the perfect way to experience San Antonio's rich cultural history.

Throughout the tour, a knowledgeable guide will provide insight into the significance of each site, giving you a deeper understanding of the city's past. You'll visit the five missions in San Antonio including, of course, The Alamo. Follow the footsteps of the Spanish during their colonization of Texas as you explore the rich history of these iconic landmarks.

The tour will start at Mission San Jose and then on to Mission Concepcion. At the latter, you'll be able to explore the uninhabited cloisters and see the detailed frescoes that adorn the walls. From there, it's on to Mission San Juan, the most rural and isolated of the missions. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and the way the mission has been restored since the 1930s with its unique pink coloring.

After that, you'll move on to the Alamo, learning of the battle that took place there and discovering the extent of the siege. You'll then end with the highlight of the tour at Mission Espada, which was established in the early 1700s and restored in the '30s. Each of these UNESCO World Heritage Sites tells a unique story, and your guide will enlighten you on each of them. This tour allows you to take your time and immerse yourself in the rich history and feel the essence of San Antonio.

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 Stop at  Mission Concepci√≥n
Mission Concepcion is a testament to San Antonio's vast history. Established in 1711, this mission was a hotspot for some of San Antonio's most important cultural and religious aspects. As the oldest unrestored church in San Antonio, it offers a unique insight into the past and its architecture at the time. Guests can marvel at the stone work, wander the manicured grounds, and even see the original frescos that adorned the building in its prime. Visiting Mission Concepcion gives a great look at the religious aspects of San Antonio's earliest eras.
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 Stop at  Mission Espada
Visit Mission Espada during your tour. This was the very first mission ever in Texas, so it provides unique insight that you cannot find anywhere else. It was founded in 1690. Its remaining building structures are glorious and guests will have a great time meandering the mission's grounds or visiting the church. There is also a museum dedicated to the mission's history.
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 Stop at  Mission San Jos√©
The stunning Mission San Jose is a rich historical landmark that provides the religious history of San Antonio. Founded in 1970 by a Franciscan missionary, the mission is considered to be a wonderful example of Spanish colonial architecture, and aspects such as the Rose Window and the facade are still available for viewing. Guests can also explore mission life through a short film and roam the grounds as they learn about this stunning place.
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 Stop at  Mission San Juan
Get out and discover the beautiful history of Mission San Juan when you head to San Antonio, TX. This mission was moved to the San Antonio riverside in 1731. From here, it served San Antonio's citizens as a church. The grounds are glorious with its architecture and fascinating history, and guests will be able to enjoy a unique time as they explore the church buildings.
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 Stop at  The Alamo
Visit one of San Antonio's most iconic historical sites. The mission was established in 1718 and went on to become the battlefield during Texas' fight for independence. Learn all about the Alamo and the battle that took place there through its original building, interesting displays, and rich history.

The private UNESCO Mission tour is known for its historical relevance and personalization, which makes it an unforgettable experience for visitors. So come and discover the essence of the Alamo City on a private UNESCO Mission tour like no other.

Frequently Asked Questions for Private Unesco Missions Tour in San Antonio:
  • Approximately how long does the Private Unesco Missions Tour in San Antonio last?
    It lasts approximately 2 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
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