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San Antonio Christmas

San Antonio Christmas

$2075 / per person
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The Lone Star State hauls out the holly and decks way more than the halls.  No matter where you go in Texas you are bound to find some absolutely magnificent Christmas lights displays.


8 Days





9 Meals

4 Nights in San Antonio on the Riverwalk

Guided Tour of Dallas

Christmas in the Square Display in Frisco

New Braunfels Tour with Local Guide

Missions San Jose and Concepcion

The Alamo

San Fernando Cathedral

Spanish Governor’s Palace

Fort Sam Houston

The Riverwalk San Antonio Lights Display

Texas Hill Country Tour

Tour of LBJ Ranch

Blanco County Courthouse Lights

Magnolia Market at the Silos

Moderate Activity Level

Reservation Info

Motor coach tour deposit due at time of booking: $50 per person refundable until 45 days prior.

Departure Info

Departing from: Decatur, Springfield, Litchfield, Pontoon Beach, South County, Festus, Perryville, Cape Girardeau/Marion, Mt. Vernon, Nashville, Fairview Heights, Evansville

  • Included
    Double Occupancy Rooms and Meals as Indicated
    Luggage Handling and Transfers
    Modern Motor Coach
    Professional Tour Guide
    Sightseeing and Admissions
    Tips and Taxes (for services rendered)

Tour Plan


Day 1: Little Rock

Today we travel to Little Rock, AR.

Day 2: Dallas - Christmas in the Square in Frisco

Today we travel to Dallas, TX. A local guide joins us for a Dallas highlights tour. We see the West End Historic District, Dealey Plaza, the Kennedy Memorial, Pioneer Plaza and more. This evening we see the “largest choreographed lights and music show in North Texas” at Christmas in the Square in Frisco. Snow machines create snow flurries every few minutes so you can walk through a winter wonderland no matter what the weatherman calls for. (B)

Day 3: New Braunfels - San Antonio

Our journey today takes us into Texas Hill Country where we tour historic Gruene and New Braunfels. Visit Conservation Plaza and enjoy traditional German Christmas Cookies at Forke Store and enjoy Christmas carols on a restored 1898 pipe organ. We end the day with dinner at a local restaurant before driving through downtown New Braunfels to see the Christmas lights on our way to San Antonio. We check into our hotel located on the Riverwalk, our home for the next 4 nights. This prime location makes for easy access to the sights along the Riverwalk. (B,D)

Day 4: San Antonio - The Riverwalk Christmas Lights

Our local guide will show us Mission San Jose and the Visitor’s Center, Mission Concepcion and the famed and historic Alamo, followed by lunch and free time to browse the shops at El Mercado. This evening during our cruise along the Paseo Del Rio, we see the beautiful trees that line the San Antonio River that are adorned with hundreds of thousands of sparking lights. (B)

Day 5: San Antonio

Today we visit San Fernando Cathedral, the Spanish Governor’s Palace, and the Quadrangle at Fort Sam Houston. The imposing limestone Quadrangle shelters are one of the most tranquil places in San Antonio. The remainder of the day is free to explore the Riverwalk area. (B)

Day 6: Texas Hill Country - Johnson City Lights Spectacular

Today we head to Texas Hill Country. We stop in Luckenbach and continue to Fredericksburg for lunch and time to explore the quaint shops. This afternoon, at the LBJ Ranch, see the Texas White House. Dinner will be in Johnson City. Across the street is the Blanco County Courthouse. The surrounding trees are draped in over 100,000 Christmas lights and is one of the most impressive displays in Hill Country. We return to San Antonio for the evening. (B,D)

Day 7: Waco - Hope, AR

We leave San Antonio behind today and travel to Waco, TX. We stop at Magnolia Market at the Silos, owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of HGTV’s Fixer Upper show, for some shopping time and lunch from the food trucks (weather permitting). We continue to Hope, AR for the evening. (B)

Day 8: Return Home

Reminisce with fellow travelers about the beauty of some of the “Best Christmas Lights Displays in Texas” as we make our way home. (B)