San Antonio Riverwalk Overview:
San Antonio’s famous shopping and dining district, the Riverwalk, is located along the winding banks of the San Antonio River, is a must see for any visitor in the Central or South Texas regions.
What to Do on the San Antonio Riverwalk:
The biggest challenge facing many visitors to the San Antonio Riverwalk is finding time to take in everything there is to do. The banks of the San Antonio are lined with a number of fine restaurants, nightclubs, hotels and shops. The Rivercenter Mall is also a popular stop and La Villita Historic District, which is filled with shops and galleries, is just above the Riverwalk. Boat tours of the Riverwalk are also available and popular with visitors.
San Antonio Riverwalk Visitor Information:
The San Antonio Riverwalk is a city park. There is no admission to the Riverwalk itself, although some of the clubs charge admission and there is a fee for boat tours. The Riverwalk is bordered by St. Mary's Street to the west and Bowie Street to the east. However, the largest concentration of restaurants and shops (aside from the Rivercenter Mall) are located between Alamo Street and St. Mary's Street.