San Antonio Transportation

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  • 1. San Antonio Streetcar

    San Antonio is a super tourist friendly city with everything at a walking distance. If you are driving to the city you can just park your car at one of the many parking garages and start walking. And...

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  • 2. San Antonio Int'l Airport

    Have never experienced such greatest kindness when it comes to service, helpfulness, and tips provided by San Antonio International Airport's service ppl. Within moments I had a wonderful clerk...

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  • 3. Automobile

    Traveling by airplane is not always necessary if you're coming from somewhere else in Texas. We usually drive from Houston. If you are doing so it is an easy shot on I-10. If you're coming from...

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  • 4. Train

    I arrived from El Paso on the Amtrak superliner "The Sunset Limited". This was an overnight journey. The train arrived around 5am at San Antonios Sunset Station - the foyer is about the size of a...

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  • 5. Flight information

    Just for my information:30.6.02 left ZRH with AA to Dallas and from there to San Antonio5.7.02 from there to Denver over Dallas10.7.02 from Denver to...

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  • 6. Riverwalk Boat Tours

    If you get to the riverwalk and are tired of walking you might want to take a 35 minute narrated boat tour of the riverwalk. The price is $8.25 for adults; $6...

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  • 7. Two-day trolley tickets

    The tourist trolley that leaves from a station beside the Alamo is a great way to get around San Antonio, see lots of the main sights and enjoy a knowledgeable...

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  • 8. Sightseer Special (Bus 7)

    If you don't have a car (or a nice friend to drive you around), you will love Bus 7! It basically hits all of the downtown attractions in San Antonio, from the...

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  • 9. Rio Taxi

    Maybe it was the 80’s movie Cloak and Dagger that first got me interested in San Antonio as a destination… however it piqued my interest, the most fascinating...

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  • 10. Bus No 7

    San Antonio's Sightseer Special Bus No 7 is a great way to get to the attractions that lie to the north of the downtown area, especially those centred around...

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  • 11. Rental Car

    I would recommend a rental car if you can afford it. San Antonio has grown ALOT. Whereas it used to take you 15 mins to get anywhere in the city 10yrs ago, now...

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  • 12. Get Around With the Big Pass

    We traveled around San Antonio on the city's Metropolitan Transit System. We purchased the Big Pass, which allows you to take unlimited rides for a full month...

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  • 13. A Boat Trip Along River Walk

    Another way to enjoy a view of the River Walk area is to take the Yanaguana Cruise. The ticket office is located at River Center Mall, 315 E. Commerce. This...

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  • 14. Spread Out

    San Antonio is a large city & spread out. Your best bet for travelling around the city is to rent a car. We do not have a subway or train system...the buses are...

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  • 15. No Free Parking ?

    Unless you visit San Antonio on a Sunday when municipal parking are free, be ready to pay 5+$/day. There are many open parking with people (we can't really call...

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  • 16. Something Different

    Ever thought about seeing the sites on horseback? Well, when I came across this gorgeous Palamino, parked right in front of one of the stores.. I just couldn't...

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  • 17. San Antionio by bus

    The buses are quite regular throughout San Antonio and the routes are comprehensive.Just watch out for the bus changing number though. Some of them when they...

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  • 18. Am I in San Fran Again?

    If you start to have Frisco Flashbacks, it may be due to the "trolley-style" buses. There are Brown, Yellow, Purple, Red, and Blue Routes. Route guides are...

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  • 19. San Antonio trolley cars

    The have convenient trolley cars that will take you around the city for .50 cents.The taxi was only $3.00 from downtown area to the hotel. Very inexpensive to...

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  • 20. Harley Davidson or BUST!

    Many of the Harley dealerships will allow to rent a Harley if you have a motorcycle license. Rates vary and each June Austin hold a big ole rally where in they...

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  • 21. Getting there and around

    ***Air: SAT Airport ***Bus: Greyhound from US (www.greyhound.com), Autobuses Americanos from Mexico (see tip)***Car: I-35, I-10, H-281, and I-37, any of these...

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  • 22. Going to Mexico??? Try Autobuses Americanos

    If you are coming from or going to Mexico by bus, then I suggest you use Autobuses Americanos, which offer reliable bused to Monterrey, Mexico and beyond....

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  • 23. I was staying in El Paso ........

    I was staying in El Paso ..... I'd always wanted to see San Antonio & the Alamo, but I only had one day free, so I took an overnight Greyhound bus from El Paso...

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  • 24. San Antonio is accessible by...

    San Antonio is accessible by air, rail and road... It is connected to all major cities.Like most cities in Texas, San Antonio doesn't have a well developed...

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  • 25. San Antonio has an airport, so...

    San Antonio has an airport, so you can fly in or drive. It's about 3.5 hours from Houston. Public Transportation does not exist in Texas so you are level with...

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