San Antonio Hill Country Tour
The Texas Hill Country of San Antonio is renowned for its beautiful rolling hills and rugged landscapes, and with Hill Country Tour you'll learn all about the area's rich history with this fun day trip!
This eight-hour narrated bus tour begins in San Antonio and takes you northwest to Fredericksburg, a small German town, where you can spend your time as you please. Whether you want to get in some great shopping at the shops along Main Street or visit the Japanese Garden of Peace, you'll be able to spend your time as you wish. Lunch is on your own at whichever restaurant you choose.
Next, you'll head further west along the Pedernales River where you'll get a tour of the LBJ Ranch in Stonewall, Texas. Your tour wraps up as you take a scenic route along the winding roads through Hill Country back toward San Antonio.
The Hill Country area boasts southern pride with its beer, wine, food, and good ol' southern hospitality. With cowboys and southern belles, Hill Country feels more like an old western movie than a tourist attraction. Divided into seven areas, Hill Country is filled with diverse shops, incredible views, and homegrown meals at all the fine eateries. You won't want to miss this incredible opportunity, so take a visit to one of the most beautiful areas in Texas with the Hill Country Tour!
Former President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson, brought immense attention to their homeland of the Hill Country area when he was elected in 1963.
In 1975, two of country-western music's most iconic and influential superstars, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, released a song titled "Luckenbach, Texas" about a small town in the heart of Texas Hill Country. The song sent an immense amount of visitors down south to the Texas Hill Country San Antonio area. It didn't matter that neither singer had visited the place; what mattered was the sentiment incorporated within the song. Fans of the singers responded by visiting the beauty of the Texas flatlands, massive oak trees, never-ending fields, and crystal clear springs contained in the Hill Country area. The song gave even more meaning to the town's motto, "Everybody's somebody in Luckenbach."