Rio San Antonio Cruises, San Antonio, Texas

Four stations along River Walk, San Antonio, Texas 78205

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Address: Four stations along River Walk, San Antonio, Texas 78205

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Phone: 210-244-5700
Hours: Mon-Sun 9 am - 9 pm
Price: Adults (6-59): $8.25; Children (1-5): $2; Seniors (60+) & Military: $6

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  • Visited: 2011-11-01
  • Submitted: 2013-12-17 20:00:19.0
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A great way to experience San Antonio

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Rio SA cruises offers discounts for locals, military, and seniors, so remember to bring your ID. Also, the boats don’t have canopies, so be sure to bring sunscreen.

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Submitted by: Judy H.

What a waste. Paid out $8.25 per person for 4 of us to not understand the "captain", Roy.  Not sure if it was his accent, his mumbling or if he forgot to put his teeth in. Hard to understand him is a understatement... of ...

Submitted by: Lisa B.

This is probably good for someone with kids or people who want a view of the Riverwalk without the actual walk part. But I was hoping for a t...

Submitted by: Warren P.

Good time, very interesting. So sad when the family on...

Submitted by: Chuck F.

One of the must do's when coming to San Antonio; especially, when getting to know the historic Riverwalk.  Perfect for the young and the young at heart. The tour:  From a tourist prospective, the cruise offered a splendid visual tour though it's many man-made canals & bridge underpasses.  This 45-minute to an hour excursion was a great way to bring friends and family together to see a beautiful parts/ history of this beautiful city.  The barge driver takes you on a historical narration of how the Riverwalk evolved, how it runs, and what it contributes/ benefits San Antonionians today. My perspective:  I was in complete awe most of the evening.  Like a kid, in pure engineering wonder.  I couldn't have picked ...

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