san antonio river walk

A Welcome Letter to New San Antonio Spur Victor Wembanyama

June 23, 2023 | By Sarah Thurmond

Bonjour, Victor Wembanyama! Or as we say in Texas, Howdy!
As the official travel magazine of Texas, we would like to welcome you to the Lone Star State.

Participants and Spectators Alike Cheer for the San Antonio River Basin Paddling Race Series

March 15, 2022 | By Morgan O'Hanlon

For San Antonio canoeists and ultramarathon enthusiasts Marcus Monroe and Ryan Tedrow, racing beneath the skyline of their city has been a “bucket list” item since the River Walk section opened to paddlers last year.

See the San Antonio River Walk Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

November 13, 2020 | By Pam LeBlanc

Until recently, I’d only explored the San Antonio River Walk by foot, strolling over its arching bridges and beneath its canopy of trees as it winds alongside an urban waterway.

Photo: Chinese New Year on the San Antonio River Walk

December 16, 2018 | By

Chinese New Year traditions include releasing a wishing lantern into the air or casting it into the water to bring good luck or release worries. The latter is celebrated annually at the San Antonio River Walk, which holds its Confucius Wishing Lanterns event Feb. 9. The ceremony of floating gold-rimmed lanterns

San Antonio Native Jefferson Clay Debuts “Riverwalkin’”, a Celebration of the Alamo City’s Iconic Landmark

August 15, 2018 | By Julia Jones

San Antonio’s River Walk has a new anthem: Singer-songwriter Jefferson Clay just debuted his music video for the song “Riverwalkin’,” a tribute to one of his hometown’s quintessential attractions.

The Venice of Texas

October 14, 2016 | By E. Dan Klepper

Just steps from San Antonio’s Main Plaza, established in the 18th Century and considered by many to be the heart of San Antonio, you’ll find the San Antonio River Walk, a dynamic pathway that leads you from the city’s heart into its soul.

In the Grotto

April 24, 2009 | By Lori Moffatt

Beginning May 30, tourists exploring San Antonio’s famous underground River Walk can see more of the city without navigating street-level traffic.

The June 2024 cover of Texas Highways: Treasures from the Coast

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