How to See San Antonio in One Day Without a Car

They call it the Grand Tour, and it truly is.  A full day of San Antonio attractions with out the bother of driving, parking fees or paying admission to the sights - makes this tour the best deal in town.

First, you'll be taken to the Alamo, the cradle of Texas liberty, established in 1718.  Full of history, these grounds are a memorial to the men who sacrificed their lives fighting for Texas independence. 

Cruise down the romantic San Antonio River and discover a world of sidewalk cafes, lush tropical foliage and charming boutiques.  Take note of the places you may want to return to on another day to explore further.

You'll stop for a visit at Mission Concepcion and view the original frescos still visible within the rooms of the mission.  This is the oldest unrestored stone church in the nation today.

Experience the finest example of a completely restored mission in the United States, renowned for exquisite stone carvings including the famous Rose Window.  If you enjoyed the two mission, there are two more: Mission Espada and Mission San Juan, that you can check out on another day, once the tour has familiarized you with the locations.

This beautiful and architecturally unique old stone quarry is  famous for its beautiful foliage.  Note the close by San Antonio Zoo and Brackenridge Park so that you can plan a later trip there.  The Park has free entry and is a great place to have a picnic lunch after a few hours at the zoo.

Next the tour will stop at the Buckhorn (admission included with tour) for a taste of the old west and wildlife exhibits from all over the world.  You can sip a cool drink from the 1881 classic saloon as you stroll through the 33,000 square feet of artifacts and oddities from Texas history.  The Ranger Museum admission is not included in the tour but discount tickets are available.

Visit the bakery at MiTierra and indulge in tasty pan dulce (Mexican Pastries.)  Tour the Marketplace filled with vendors with colorful Mexican imports.  Bargain for gifts from South of the border and enjoy the many Mexican food restaurants.

And best of all, the tour package includes being picked up AT YOUR Hidden Valley RV SITE at 8am, taken downtown in an air conditioned bus or trolley where you'll stop at the 7 famous attractions, admission fees are included as well as the price of a charming Riverboat Ride on the San Antonio River.  Half way through there's a stop for lunch at Alamo Plaza.  Then around 5 pm you are chauffeured home to your RV site.  No gas, no parking, no entrance fees to the attractions.  All this for right around $50 plus tip if you feel it's deserved.  A $5 per person ticket is always available at the Visit San Antonio Site.  The tour runs all year and on most holidays and usually one day advance notice by phone is sufficient.  You can check out the AlamoSightseeingTours website to get tickets or call them direct at 210-492-4144. 

All our guests who've taken the tour have raved about it.  Let us know if you're interested and we'll make the reservation for you on the day of your choice.  No credit card is required to make the reservation if you make reservations through the RV Park in advance or during your stay.

Call today to reserve your seat!  
210-623-6737 (Hidden Valley) or 210-492-4144 (AlamoSightseeingTours.)

 Teri Blaschke of Hidden Valley RV Park Teri Blaschke is the RV Park operator of family owned HiddenValley RV Park in San Antonio, TX and writer of the park blog “A Little Piece of Country in San Antonio.” Teri contributes to various other blogs with a focus on either travel or social media and how it relates to the outdoor hospitality industry but her passion is serving the RV travel community by providing a memorable RV camping experience and growing the Hidden Valley RV family.  Connect with , Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter@HiddenValleyRV and our RV Country Daily Magazine and don't forget to Say hello to the voice of Hidden Valley 

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