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San Antonio Reflections Tour

The Reflections Tour goes to The Alamo, Market Square, Mission Concepcion, and Mission San Jose.

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    Tour Overview

    The Reflections Tour goes to The Alamo, Market Square, Mission Concepcion, and Mission San Jose. The Alamo is the most famous spot in Texas - where Davy Crockett, Colonel William Barrett Travis, Jim Bowie and 186 other died fighting for independence on March 6, 1836, after repeated attacks from Mexican General Santa Anna. Originally established in 1718 as San Antonio's first mission, The Alamo is located in the heart of the city, inside beautifully landscaped grounds.

    Length: 3 to 3.5 hours

    Time:

    9:00 am daily

    For a more comprehensive San Antonio city tour, please order:

    San Antonio Grand Tour

    This tour does not include hotel pick-up. Child price is for ages 5 through 11. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

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    San Antonio Reflections Tour Description

    The Alamo - The Alamo is the most famous spot in Texas. Where Davy Crockett, Colonel William Barrett Travis, Jim Bowie and 186 other died fighting for independence on March 6, 1836, after repeated attacks from Mexican General Santa Anna. Originally established in 1718 as San Antonio's first mission, The Alamo is located in the heart of the city, inside beautifully landscaped grounds.

    Mission San Jose - Founded in 1720, San Jose became the largest of the Texas missions with up to 300 inhabitants at one time. It is now fully restored and showcases exquisite carvings on the church and the famous "Rose Window," renowned as one of the finest examples of Spanish Colonial art in the country.

    Market Square - El Mercado - A visit to historic Market Square is a unique and exciting experience. From the famous 24-hour restaurant and bakery, Mi Tierra, to an outstanding art gallery and century-old pharmacy, this is a great place to shop for extraordinary gifts and souvenirs or to just relax. Visitors can browse the 32 shops at "El Mercado," as well as the 80 specialty shops in Farmers, Market Plaza.

    Mission Concepcion - Visit Mission Concepcion and be transported back in time to the era of Spanish conquest, and experience the strength of the Friars who Christianized the Native Americans. Learn how the Spanish developed the mission system within the San Antonio area and how they and Native Americans lived and worked in the mission era. View the original frescoes still visible within the rooms of the mission. Mission Concepcion is the oldest unrestored stone church in America today, and it is still an active parish.

    This tour does not include hotel pick-up. Child price is for ages 5 through 11. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

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  • Adult Rate
    $40.54
  • Child Rate ages 5-12
    $20.25
  • Child Free under 5
    Free
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Tour Overview

The Reflections Tour goes to The Alamo, Market Square, Mission Concepcion, and Mission San Jose. The Alamo is the most famous spot in Texas - where Davy Crockett, Colonel William Barrett Travis, Jim Bowie and 186 other died fighting for independence on March 6, 1836, after repeated attacks from Mexican General Santa Anna. Originally established in 1718 as San Antonio's first mission, The Alamo is located in the heart of the city, inside beautifully landscaped grounds.

Length: 3 to 3.5 hours

Time:

9:00 am daily

For a more comprehensive San Antonio city tour, please order:

San Antonio Grand Tour

This tour does not include hotel pick-up. Child price is for ages 5 through 11. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

Tour Detail

San Antonio Reflections Tour Description

The Alamo - The Alamo is the most famous spot in Texas. Where Davy Crockett, Colonel William Barrett Travis, Jim Bowie and 186 other died fighting for independence on March 6, 1836, after repeated attacks from Mexican General Santa Anna. Originally established in 1718 as San Antonio's first mission, The Alamo is located in the heart of the city, inside beautifully landscaped grounds.

Mission San Jose - Founded in 1720, San Jose became the largest of the Texas missions with up to 300 inhabitants at one time. It is now fully restored and showcases exquisite carvings on the church and the famous "Rose Window," renowned as one of the finest examples of Spanish Colonial art in the country.

Market Square - El Mercado - A visit to historic Market Square is a unique and exciting experience. From the famous 24-hour restaurant and bakery, Mi Tierra, to an outstanding art gallery and century-old pharmacy, this is a great place to shop for extraordinary gifts and souvenirs or to just relax. Visitors can browse the 32 shops at "El Mercado," as well as the 80 specialty shops in Farmers, Market Plaza.

Mission Concepcion - Visit Mission Concepcion and be transported back in time to the era of Spanish conquest, and experience the strength of the Friars who Christianized the Native Americans. Learn how the Spanish developed the mission system within the San Antonio area and how they and Native Americans lived and worked in the mission era. View the original frescoes still visible within the rooms of the mission. Mission Concepcion is the oldest unrestored stone church in America today, and it is still an active parish.

This tour does not include hotel pick-up. Child price is for ages 5 through 11. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

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