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San Antonio's River Walk is 15 miles long, including the Downtown, Mission and Museum reaches. It is accessible out the back access door of the Marriott Rivercenter Hotel. Take a look at a downtown map of the River Walk.   

Interested in a run or long walk while you are in town?  Access a variety of running trails in the downtown area.  Or follow the Mission Trails Hike and Bike System. Rent a bike from San Antonio B Cycle and Ride the Mission Reach Trail.  Walk, run, or walk the San Antonio River Walk Hike & Bike Path.

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UNESCO Historical Sites
Take time to visit one or more of the historical missions while in San Antonio.  The Alamo is right downtown.  The other missions are accessible by car or tour bus.

Mission Valero (the Alamo)
Mission Espada
Mission Concepcion
Mission San Jose


What else should you check out while you are in San Antonio?
Blue Star Arts Complex
Historic Market Square
Hop On and Hop Off Bus Tours
Pearl District
King William / Southtown the Arts District
River Walk Cruises


The Iron Cactus
Landry's Seafood House
Liberty Bar
Rosario's Restaurant
Savor Restaurant, on the campus of the Culinary Institute of America
South Barbeque, original barbeque off the beaten path
The Friendly Spot

Restaurants on the River Walk
Economical and Fast Food Restaurants near the Marriott Rivercenter Hotel


10 Unique Facts About San Antonio You Didn't Know........
•  San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas. ...
•  Church's Chicken first opened in San Antonio. ...
•  San Antonio is home to America's second oldest park. ...
•  The San Antonio Zoo is the third largest in the US. ...
•  The Alamo is the most visited attraction in all of Texas. ...
•  San Antonio is home to the oldest church in Texas.
•  San Antonio has been designated a Creative City of Gastronomy.



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