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Sightseeing Tours

See it all in San Antonio

Visit San Antonio has planned six exciting sightseeing tours to kick off Travel Exchange '17. Check them all out below!

Sold out! Natural Bridge Caverns

The Discovery Tour (you'll go 180 feet below the ground!), Canopy Challenge, ziplining (glide high about scenic Texas Hill Country), gem & fossil mining and a tour of Natural Bridge Caverns

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Sold out! Iconic Sites of San Antonio

Tower of the Americas (the Flags Over Texas Observation Deck will over amazing views of the city), Buckhorn Saloon & Museum, the Alamo, San Fernando Cathedral, Spanish Governor's Palace and Market Square

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Broadway Cultural Corridor

Tour of Witte Museum, San Antonio Zoo, giraffe feeding, tour of McNay Art Museum, tour of San Antonio Botanical Gardens and the Broadway Cultural Corridor

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San Antonio's Old and New Neighborhoods

Tour of Pearl District (founded in 1881), tour of La Villita (founded in 1939), tour of King William District (includes 2 local historic districts and 3 national historic districts) and a tour of Southtown

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Sold out! World Heritage and Riverwalk

UNESCO World Heritage Mission San Jose, Film: Gente de Razon, UNESCO World Heritage Mission San Juan, Yanaguana Trail and a cruise on the Riverwalk (the largest U.S. urban ecosystem)

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Sold out! Texas Hill Country Tour

Tour of Fredericksburg, TX (there are more than 30 vineyards and wineries in and around the city), a wine tasting, National Museum of the Pacific War and an overview of the Texas Hill Country (only U.S. institution dedicated to the Pacific Theater battles of WWII)

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  • NTA has provided us the research and atmosphere to brainstorm new ways of doing things and fresh additions to trips, which has led to successful business development. Rachel Ranck, WorldStrides, NTA member since 1985
  • What NTA does is provide the right buyers. They provide the right people who make decisions. This is what makes this organization one I can’t afford to take off my list. John Stachnik CTP, Mayflower Tours, NTA member since 1979
  • I came to NTA to build a business, and that’s exactly what it did for us, as sales came in. For me, it’s the only outlet for new ideas. Matthew Squire, Select Travel Service (UK), NTA member since 2002
  • NTA membership and our attendance at the convention have provided us with more clients, more business relationships and more ideas. We are proud to belong to NTA. Daniele Panzarin, Target Travel (Italy), NTA member since 2007
  • The No. 1 member benefit of NTA has to be all the great professional and personal connections we’ve made over the past decade. Taunya Wolfe Finn, CTP, Wolfe Adventures & Tours, NTA member since 2005
  • We have not found a more reliable, more profitable or more consistent tourism venue in which to acquire new business than NTA. Diane Hohnstein, Hospitality Management Services, NTA member since 1999
  • I believe attending the NTA conferences allow me to create valuable relationships and work together with U.S. operators in creating great Scotland product. Maggie Anderson, VisitScotland, NTA member since 2003
  • NTA events provide us with beneficial networking with many top tour operators. It’s national and international in scope providing a global perspective. Tim and Elaine Moulder, Brilliant Edventures, NTA member since 2015