Posts Tagged ‘Alamo’

Travel through Texas

Monday, October 27th, 2008

With Texas being such a large state, you will never find yourself without something fun and exciting to do.  Your dream Texas vacation can become a reality through Texas Tours.  Your visit can be anything you want it to be with the wide array of tours, activities and attraction tickets that are laid down at your feet.

A great thing to do in Texas is to get to know the city where you staying.  Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and El Paso all have complete tours throughout the city.  You can even make a trip to Juárez, Mexico from Texas and tour around that area as well. 

The Austin in 90 Minutes Tour is a great introduction to the city as you will see 30 of the city’s major historical and cultural attractions.  You can keep track of your favorite parts so you can go back and see them more in depth later during your stay.  Another great city tour is the San Antonio Grand Tour where you get to visit the Alamo, Mission San Jose, Market Square and many more great locations.

If you are looking for some underwater fun and are staying in or near South Padre, try out one 12 diving trips located there.  In some you will get to swim with tropical fish through the beautiful coral reef and with others you can explore through an abandoned ship wreck.  Whatever you choose, you are sure to be happy with your decision. 

Other fantastic activities offered by Texas Tours include dinner shows in Dallas, trolley tours in San Antonio, dude ranch visits throughout the state, helicopter rides over Fort Worth, and turkey hunting in Seymour to just name a few.

If you want your trip to Texas to create memories to last a lifetime, reserve your activities through Texas Tours at www.texastours.net. 

See why San Antonio is Texas’ Most Visited City

Friday, September 12th, 2008

San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas and why not, it has some pretty fabulous attractions throughout the city and around it.  San Antonio Tours can help provide you with a fantastic and special vacation. 

During your stay, you may choose to schedule one of the many sightseeing tours, visit Riverwalk or hear chilling tales of the spirits that haunt the city.  While in San Antonio, you may want to visit other nearby cities like Austin which San Antonio Tours can arrange as well.

If you want to experience San Antonio in the absolute ultimate way, then try out the San Antonio Grand Tour.  You will stop at all the famous spots in San Antonio like the Alamo, the #1 tourist spot in the state.  This is the renowned site where American defenders fell in 1836 by Mexican General Santa Ann’s army.  A museum is on site which contains relics and mementos from the Republic of Texas.  During this tour you will visit the IMAX® Theatre which puts you right into the center of the famous battle of the Alamo. 

Another great addition to this premier tour is a relaxing ride through Paseo Del Rio on a riverboat.  You have the chance of seeing the gigantic cypresses, oaks and willows with beautiful blooming flowers bordering them.

Other fantastic locations this tour brings you to are El Mercado, Mission San Jose, the Japanese Sunken Gardens and Mission Concepcion.  If you want a complete tour of the city then your only option is the San Antonio Grand Tour.

After touring the wonderful city, you may want to see it from a different perspective – above it!  The San Antonio Grand Helicopter Tour gives you breathtaking views of the Texas Hill Country as well as many locations in the ground Grand Tour, plus several other sites in town.  You can see from the spacious chopper the San Antonio Zoo, Mission Road, Six Flags Fiesta, Lackland Air Force Base, La Cantera and many rock quarries.  The views are simply stunning and you receive a ride of a lifetime.  Nothing compares to aerial views of a beautiful landscape. 

There are so many wonderful things to do while visiting San Antonio.  For more information, visit San Antonio Tours at www.sanantoniotours.net. 


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