City Spotlight: San Antonio

City Spotlight: San Antonio

By Anna Dunn, January 6, 2017

An Ideal Day on the River Walk

San Antonio Texas River Walk10 a.m.
CSR Project 

Organize a group giveback through the city’s Remember the River cleanup initiative.












12 p.m.
Lunch Meeting 

Grab a bite at Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden, which has private event space upstairs and a locally sourced menu.



San Antonio Texas River Walk biking2 p.m.
Cruise and Bike to Mission Reach 

Take a water taxi downtown and then zip down to the Mission Reach—the country’s largest urban ecosystem restoration—using the city’s bike-share program.












3 p.m.
Tour of Missions 

Go back in time with a private docent-led tour of San Antonio’s Spanish colonial missions, which were collectively recognized as an official UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015.









6 p.m.
Dinner on the River 

Nosh on guacamole made tableside and sip on inventive margaritas on a dinner charter, ideal for small groups up to 20, from Rio San Antonio Cruises.















9 p.m.
San Antonio: The Saga 

Wrap up the day with a vibrant display of color and sound as San Antonio’s history is projected onto San Fernando Cathedral.

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