Discover all the great things to do and see in San Antonio with City Sightseeing San Antonio – sightseeing at its very best! Tour the city from the comfort of an open top classic red double-decker hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Tour guests have unlimited access to hop
on and experience the Alamo Plaza, River Walk, Theater District, Mexican Market Square and more or hop
off at any stop along the way, explore to your heart’s content and wait for the next bus to hop
back on. See the city at your own pace with the added bonus of an entertaining Tour Host on every bus. Flexible and fun, the city is at your fingertips and the next bus is less than 20 minutes away!
You’ll also get to take a closer look at the iconic River Walk from the river itself with a Rio Cruise Boat ticket. Tadpoles
will love cruising through the city on this 40-minute boat cruise. This ticket also includes a view of the city from unfrogettable
heights in the 750-foot observation tower-restaurant with a Tower of the Americas admission ticket.With the City Sightseeing: San Antonio Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus, Boat & Tower Tour (48 Hours), you'll experience the following highlights:
- 48-hour Hop-On Hop-Off access for sightseeing throughout San Antonio.
- Local Tour Guides on each bus offer colorful entertaining historic commentary.
- 19 Tour Stops conveniently located close to major sights and attractions ranging from the city's HemisFair Park which is overflowing with fun activities and exhilarating adventures, to the River Walk surrounded by restaurants, patios, galleries, and shops.
- Open-top bus tour of the city with busses running every 20 minutes.
- PLUS one (1) Rio Cruise Boat ticket and one (1) Tower of the Americas admission ticket.
- The Alamo: Once home to Spanish Missionaries as Mission de Valero, it is the site of the Battle Of The Alamo in 1836.
- The Pearl Brewery: A culinary and cultural destination along the banks of the river.
- San Antonio Museum of Art: House the largest and most comprehensive collection of ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Asian art in the Southwest United States.
- VFW Post 76: The oldest Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in the United States.
- Augie’s BBQ Restaurant: Great Texas BBQ in the heart of Downtown San Antonio
- Riverwalk/Museum Reach: The northern section of the River Walk with beautiful landscapes, hiking and biking trails, restaurants and more.
- Tobin Center: Home to resident performing arts groups and major music and theatrical acts visiting San Antonio. (Bus stop is directly in front of the El Tropicano Hotel)
- Veterans Memorial Park: Home of the Korean War and Vietnam War Memorials.
- Travis Park and St. Anthony Hotel: Visit the first fully air-conditioned hotel in the world. Their elite clientele has included Presidents Eisenhauer and Johnson as well as Eleanor Roosevelt, Judy Garland, Princess Grace and more recently, George Clooney.
- Buckhorn Saloon and Texas Ranger Museum: An immersive Texas experience. Explore the Museum’s Hall of Horns, and the Texas Ranger Museum and Ranger town.
- Riverwalk/River Cruise Ride: One story above the river, visit St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the Majestic, Aztec and Empire Theaters. Also a great location for guests of the Hotel Valencia, the Drury Inn and Drury Plaza, the Omni La Mansion Hotel and the Holiday Inn Riverwalk to hop on and hop off.
- San Fernando Cathedral/Spanish Governor’s Palace: Founded in 1731 and is the oldest continuously functioning religious community in Texas. The Spanish Governor’s Palace was constructed in the early 18th century as the “Presidio San Antonio de Bejar”. It marked Spanish settlement under King Ferdinand VI.
- Market Square/El Mercado: Visitors and residents alike visit El Mercado for authentic Mexican dining, music, and treasures. Located in the “Zona Cultura”.
- Hotels on Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. Tour Bus Stop: Located between La Quinta Inn and The Courtyard by Marriott. Also very convenient to Hampton Inn, Fairfield Inn, Holiday Inn, Residence Inn and HEB.
- King William Historic District: The Blue Star Arts Complex, the Guenther House, the King William District, and Southtown. An area know for it’s diverse community, art galleries, restaurants and Victorian era homes.
- Southtown: Southtown has been described as a vibrant neighborhood just blocks from the city's touristy epicenter but much farther away in spirit. (Bus stop in front of the Friendly Spot)
- Yanaguana Garden: Public art display and playground.
- Tower of the Americas/La Villita: The 750-foot tall Tower of the Americas provides guests with the most spectacular view of the Alamo City. Enjoy the gorgeous panorama view from the Tower’s Observation Deck and experience the thrilling 4D Theater Ride. La Villita is the historic art village and one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods.
- The Shops at Rivercenter Mall: Shops, stores, the movie Alamo The Price Of Freedom at the IMAX, restaurants, bars, movie theaters, and the Rivercenter Lagoon.
* Admission to various museums and attractions along the bus route are not included in this ticket.
Ticket expires one (1) year from date of purchase.
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Please exchange your printed voucher with your driver. For any questions, please call the number located on your voucher.
The City Sightseeing: San Antonio main departure point is located at 111 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205.
Valid for a consecutive 48-hour period of Hop-On Hop-Off use. Validity period starts at first use. Buses Run all day every day, every 20 minutes, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (last tour begins at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 6:30 p.m.).
Please check the attraction’s direct website for the most up-to-date operating schedule.
This ticket is non-refundable.
Ticket expires upon redemption. If unused, ticket expires in full one (1) year from date of purchase.