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San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour

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San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour
Detail Duration: 4 hours
Detail It lasts approximately 3.5 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour Schedule Schedule
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San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour
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Looking for a private guided tour in San Antonio, TX that covers its history from the 1700s to now? Look no further than the San Antonio from 1700s to Present Private Half-Day Tour. This tour offers personalized attention and the flexibility to customize the tour to your interests.

Your expert guide will take you on a journey through San Antonio's rich history, including its Spanish colonial period, the Alamo, and the city's role in the fight for Texas independence. You'll also learn about San Antonio's thriving present-day culture, including its vibrant arts scene and the city's famous River Walk. This four-hour tour will take you through key landmarks and historic buildings, including the San Fernando Cathedral and the Spanish Governor's Palace. You'll also explore the Alamo, where you'll learn about its role in Texas history and its impact on the city of San Antonio.

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 Stop at  El Mercado - Market Square
Discover history, culture, and delicious food at El Mercado. This brilliant square is stands as one of the most popular places in San Antonio for those who want to get in some great shopping. It is reminiscent of Mexcian markets teeming with stalls stocking food, homemade decor, and other wares. This colorful plaza is vibrant and paints a wonderful picture of San Antonio's downtown scene. There are more than 100 vendors to discover.
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 Stop at  La Villita Historic Arts Village
La Villita Historic Arts District provides some of the best cultural experiences in all of San Antonio. Here, guests will find an array of local vendors. Each of these artisans hones their craft to bring guests the best handmade goods in the city. Browse everything from textiles and clothing to jewelry and delicious foods.
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 Stop at  San Antonio River Walk
Traverse San Antonio's most popular place with a visit to the Riverwalk. The Riverwalk is such a special district as it is bursting with culture and history. Walk along the San Antonio River's banks to trek across historic bridges, admire centuries-old architecture and religious missions, and explore the culture of this vibrant city. There are so many things to discover. From the shopping at El Mercado and La Villita to the diners and cultural events.
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 Stop at  San Fernando Cathedral
San Fernando Cathedral is the oldest-operating religious institution in San Antonio. Here, guests will be able to marvel at the intricate architecture and decor. The cathedral even offers up services that guests can attend at their own leisure after the tour. Learn about its history and wander its grounds on this tour.
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 Stop at  Spanish Governor's Palace
The San Antonian history is vast, and guests will have a remarkable time exploring every era of its conception with a visit to the Spanish Governor's Palace. This historic site is a glorious townhouse that pays homage to the aristocratic architecture that was popular during Spanish colonial times.
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 Stop at  The Alamo
The Alamo is one of the most iconic places in San Antonio. Here, guests can discover the battle for Texas' independence through a variety of exhibits and displays. The grounds are absolutely beautiful, and the original architecture is a sight to behold.


Your guide will take you on a walking tour through the city's bustling downtown area, where you'll see the historic Market Square and the Spanish Governor's Palace. You'll also visit La Villita, a charming village with a rich cultural history and beautiful arts and crafts.
Throughout the tour, your guide will provide interesting commentary and insights into San Antonio's history and culture. You'll leave with a deeper understanding and appreciation of this beautiful city.

If you're looking for a personalized, in-depth tour of San Antonio's rich history and culture, look no further than the San Antonio from 1700s to Present Private Half-Day Tour. Book now for an unforgettable experience.

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Available 3/18/2024 until 2/28/2025 View Detailed Schedule
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Frequently Asked Questions for San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour:
  • What methods of transportation does the San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour use?
    Van.
  • Approximately how long does the San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour last?
    It lasts approximately 3.5 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the San Antonio from 1700's to Present Private Half-Day Tour?
    Yes.
  • Is there a minimum number of tickets?
    Yes, there is a minimum of 2 tickets.
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