The most relaxing way to experience the Riverwalk is aboard these educational cruises..
If noted journalist Ernie Pyle hit the target when he called San Antonio the "Venice of America," then Yanaguana's motorized rafts represent a new breed of gondola. Equipped with 40 padded seats, a gas motor and a microphone-toting tour guide, San Antonio's canal-cruisers might not be as intimate or romantic as Italy's, but they're just as buoyant and much more efficient.
A cruise departs every 15 minutes throughout the day and glides past such Riverwalk hot spots as the Arneson River Theater, La Villita and La Mansion. The pilots-tour guides provide cultural information that arms cruisers with insight into San Antonio's lively history. But visitors be warned: The popularity of these cruises results in long lines, especially during the sweltering spring and summer months.
10. The rivercruise boats are always fun to take the local family to relaxing enjoy this ride and always a great joy to take out of town first time visitors to the downtown area to always include a river boat ride. They are simply amazed and impressed with the river and the BOATS!!
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