The San Antonio River Walk is a public park said to be the number one tourist attraction in Texas. Lining the banks of the San Antonio River, this attraction features a network of walkways one story below street level. The San Antonio River Walk winds across the city and offers a variety of attractions and provides access to some of San Antonio’s major tourist draws and cultural hotspots, like museum, shops, Rivercenter Mall, the King William Historic District, restaurants and more. Visitors can either explore it on foot, or they can rent a bicycle and ride around at their own pace. They can also take a river cruise and see a number of popular sites while gliding down the river.
Free, but the numerous attractions found here will have entry fees
The numerous attractions found here have different operating hours
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The museums and the historic buildings and sites
Muslims visiting the San Antonio River Walk will not be able to find prayer facilities. They will however be able to find a number of mosques and Islamic Centers in the city of San Antonio. The Islamic Center of San Antonio, Masjid Beit El-Maqdes, Masjid Al-Madina and Masjid Al-Ikhlas are a few of the several mosques in the city and are all frequented by tourists and locals alike.
Those visiting the San Antonio River Walk will find numerous restaurants that line the walkway. Visitors get to dine on delicious food riverside, under colorful umbrellas. While the different dining establishments found here will offer suitable vegetarian and seafood options, Muslim tourists must be aware that there are also quite a number of Halal restaurants located throughout the city of San Antonio.