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Parks und Natur in San Antonio River

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Botanical Garden
“free beautiful about an hour all ages love love love it. take bread to feed koi and fish ”
  • 70 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Park/Playground, Japanese Tea Garden, Sunken Gardens Concert Venue, Golf Range, Train Ride ”
  • 63 Einheimischen empfohlen
Malerischer Ausblick
“Eat at the top of the tower, buy souvenirs, and look down at the city with a telescope. ”
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“There are four missions in San Antonio that you may or may not have heard about! The Alamo is not included in these and is actually the smallest. The biggest, and my favorite, is Mission San José. It has a beautiful courtyard around it, a lot of history, a church still in use, and all are free to visit.”
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“Scenic, 38-acre area with trails, a pond, roses & native plants, a glass conservatory & a cafe.”
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“This is one my family’s Favorite places to spend time at in downtown San Antonio. An old brewery turned into upscale Hotel Emma and dining district. There’s always something going on. Pearl Farmer’s Market on Sat-Sun mornings, the Bottling Department Food Hall open daily, plenty of whimsical boutiques, our personal fav, Bakery Lorraine(try the macaroons 😍), and of course the scenic river walk. There’s also a splash pad for the little ones on a hot day! Anytime someone comes to visit, this is a must see!”
  • 36 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Take the kids and the dogs (leashed please!) to this super fun park in the middle of San Antonio. Multiple playgrounds and a splash-pad make it super family friendly, and bonus: the Tower of the Americas is smack dab in the middle! Try the fresh-fruit paletas (that’s San Antonio for popsicle) at Paleteria San Antonio right there in the park, they’re a delicious SA tradition. ”
  • 29 Einheimischen empfohlen
“San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest park in the United States. The oldest is in Boston”
  • 22 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Iconic park housing Tower of the Americas, Institute of Texan Cultures, fountains & a playground.”
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“Beautiful plaza with playground, restaurants, plaza where many free concerts and culture festivals. Amazing place to spend time with family and kids. Tower of America and water falls as well. ”
  • 17 Einheimischen empfohlen
“One of the 5 World Heritage Missions, able to bike along the river to all of the missions. ”
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Floating Market
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“Award winning park next to the San Antonio River, check out the free yoga sessions. ”
  • 9 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Access the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River here. Bike shares are available with the BCycle app, or you can walk, run, or enjoy the playground, basketball court, and picnic tables.”
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“One of the oldest parks in the U.S. and a lovely walk through history, with a paved strolling trail and gorgeous trees. Humans lived here long before the first mission was established (and yes, moved to what is now downtown and becoming what is now The Alamo)”
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“Float down the San Antonio River from the Hwy 59 bridge back down to downtown Goliad, Texas”
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