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All reviews boat ride lots of restaurants people watching street level nice walk christmas lights both sides water taxi the pearl downtown area great place to visit boats ducks trees barge cruise alamo
If you're visiting San Antonio this is a must see. Especially at night. With all the lights, it is beautiful. So relaxing hearing the water and the buzz of the nightlife.
Take my advice and research exactly where you should start. We just winged it...More
This was lovely , highly recommend walking this and going on the boat rides in the evening. It was easy to access and great restaurants along the way. So much to look at you will never get bored. Make sure you watch the evening night...More
Would not suggest a Saturday evening. Very crowded. The Lord blessed us with a very unusually warm February Friday night and it was lovely. They keep it clean and well lit I feel very safe on the Riverwalk.
While the narrow pathways get crowded in peak times, there’s nothing like a stroll along the river walk, or even better, take the boat. Lots of restaurants and ways to access street level. Lots of stairs going up and out, too. Wear comfortable shoes as...More
There are elevators to get to and from road level to the Riverwalk. The walk itself is about as wide, a bit wider in some areas, as a standard sidewalk and my experience was that everyone was polite and responsible to move... More
There are elevators to get to and from road level to the Riverwalk. The walk itself is about as wide, a bit wider in some areas, as a standard sidewalk and my experience was that everyone was polite and responsible to move out of the way for people as we all passed, so I think you'd be fine. My only caution would be that there is no guardrail on the side with the water so everyone certainly needs to use caution. It is so beautiful, I wouldn't let anything stop me from the experience! Enjoy!!
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One wonderful activity would be to rent a dining barge so your group can eat while floating the river. You might need two barges for 60 people. I think they also do cocktail barges as well. There are many great hotels... More
One wonderful activity would be to rent a dining barge so your group can eat while floating the river. You might need two barges for 60 people. I think they also do cocktail barges as well. There are many great hotels right on the Riverwalk and some one block over. Our favorite on the river are Contessa, La Mansion, and Hyatt on LaSoya Street. The Hyatt is right in the center of all the action and one block from the Alamo. Depending on the weather and group you can rent a party bike... these bikes go from bar to bar as the group “pedals” and sips beer. Be sure to take your group to San Fernando Cathedral/Main Plaza to see the history of San Antonio light show played on the front of the old church. It’s free and plays several times a evening on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Be sure and visit Mi Tierra and the old farmers market which are full of Mexican Culture and usually have some type of Fiesta going on.