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San Antonio
April 9 - 12, 2025

Step into a world where history echoes through cobblestone streets, where the scent of BBQ dances on the breeze, and where vibrant cultures converge beneath the Texas sun. Welcome to San Antonio.

Welcome to The Solo Women's Travel Society San Antonio Itinerary, where we embark on a journey through the rich history, culture, and beauty of San Antonio and its surrounding areas.

Upon arrival in San Antonio, your adventure begins as you collect your luggage and are greeted by our friendly driver, who will whisk you away to our hotel conveniently located on the iconic Riverwalk. If you arrive early, take advantage of the vibrant atmosphere and leave your luggage with the front desk to explore the charming surroundings before our Welcome Cocktail Party this evening.

San Antonio boasts an impressive array of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including four missions constructed in the 18th century by Franciscan missionaries. These missions serve as a testament to the intricate blend of architectural prowess and cultural significance. As we delve into the history of these missions, we'll uncover the stories of the indigenous communities who inhabited them and their transformation into Spanish citizens.

Our journey continues with a stop at the LBJ National Historic Park Visitor Center in Johnson City, offering insights into the legacy of President Lyndon B. Johnson and the German migration that shaped the area. At the picturesque LBJ Ranch on the Pedernales River, you'll immerse yourself in the tales of Texas cowboys and the thriving cattle drives that defined the region.

Afterward, we venture to Fredericksburg, where you'll have the freedom to explore local delights, from savoring delicious cuisine and wine to browsing boutique shops and galleries. Our flexible schedule ensures you can tailor this part of the tour to your preferences.

Next, we'll visit the legendary Luckenbach, Texas, a quaint town renowned for its welcoming spirit and vibrant music scene. Our scenic route through the Texas Hill Country offers picturesque views of Sisterdale and the opportunity to sample fine wines at Sister Creek Winery.

Returning to San Antonio, we embark on a walking tour, starting at the Historic Market Square, the largest Mexican market in the United States. Indulge in shopping, dining, and immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere before savoring mouthwatering BBQ at a renowned local spot.

Our exploration culminates with a visit to San Antonio's fifth UNESCO site, The Alamo, where you'll stand in awe of its historic significance and architectural grandeur. With free time to further explore the city's treasures, we reconvene for a memorable farewell dinner, reflecting on the enriching experiences shared throughout our journey.

Get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure filled with history, culture, and camaraderie as we uncover the hidden gems of San Antonio and beyond with Solo Women's Travel Society San Antonio Women's Group.

San Antonio Itinerary

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April 9

Once you land in San Antonio and collect your luggage, make your way towards the exit, where you will find your driver, who will take you to the hotel to get settled in.  Our hotel is on the Riverwalk, so if you arrive before check in, please leave your luggage with the front desk and enjoy the area.  We will meet for a Welcome Cocktail Party this evening.

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April 10

The San Antonio area is home to five UNSECO sites. Four of which are missions, constructed in the 18th century by Franciscan missionaries, the San Antonio Missions are an intricate complex of architectural and agricultural sites. In addition to the churches, the area also features remnants of granaries, homes and water distribution systems of the missions, which were communities of indigenous people who pledged to become Spanish citizens. The afternoon will be free time to shop and enjoy the riverwalk.

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April 11

Today we hit the road!

We will stop for a break in Johnson City at the LBJ National Historic Park Visitor Center. After our brief stop in Johnson City, we will head west to the beautiful LBJ Ranch on the Pedernales River.

During your tour, you will discover how the German migration of the 1840s and 1850s influenced the development of this picturesque area. You will hear about the role of the Texas cowboy and the great cattle drives from South Texas to mid-western markets, and you'll learn about the legacies of both LBJ—America’s 36th President—and Lady Bird, his beloved wife. 

After the LBJ Ranch, we will head further west to Fredericksburg, where you will have 1 to 2 hours of time on your own. Have lunch. Taste some local wine. Shop at one of the many boutiques and galleries. Or just sit and take in the beautiful surroundings. This part of the tour is flexible, so you can do whatever pleases you!

From Fredericksburg we will make our way to the legendary Luckenbach, Texas—where "everybody’s somebody."

We will then take a scenic route through the Texas Hill Country, through Sisterdale and Sister Creek Winery before making our way back to San Antonio.

(includes lunch)
 

April 12

Today we will be walking to a few sites, with ample free time, Starting off with enjoying the Historic Market Square, a three-block outdoor plaza lined with shops, and restaurants in downtown San Antonio,Texas. Market Square is the largest Mexican market in the United States. The "El Mercado'' section has 32 specialty shops and the "Farmer's Market Plaza" section has 80. Next stop is a renowned BBQ spot for lunch, then on to San Antonio's fifth UNESCO site, The Alamo. 


After which we will have free time until our farewell dinner in the evening.

(includes lunch and dinner)

April 13

 Sadly, today is the day we say 'Until Next Time', as our driver transports us back to the airport where our journey began.

What's Included

4 nights deluxe accommodations

All sightseeing tours, experiences, and excursions listed within this itinerary

3 meals, 2 lunches, 1 dinner

Women's Solo Travel Society Group Leader

Area driver throughout this itinerary

Women's Solo Travel Society Destination Momento

  • Non-refundable deposit of $500 due at time of booking.

  • Final payment due Feb 1, 2025

PRICING

Single Occupancy

$2,499.00

per person

PRICING

Double Occupancy

$1,599.00

per person

What you need to know

  • This is a small group.  The maximum number of women on this tour will be 8, including your Travel Society Leader.

  • Airfare is not included in your pricing.

  • Arrange your flights to arrive and depart out of the San Antonio International Airport.

  • All flight information must be submitted to The Curious Traveler by March 1, 2024.

  • Check in at our arrival hotel begins at 3pm.

  • Check out of our departure hotel begins at 11:00 am.

  • Arrival transfers are provided only on April 9, 2025.

  • Departure transfers are provided only on April 13, 2025.

  • If you are planning on arriving or departing on any other days, and/or you need transfers or hotel arrangements elsewhere, you are responsible for making your own arrangements, at your own expense. 

  • Optional Travel Insurance is not included in your pricing.  We will send you a quote via email once your deposit is submitted.

  • There are no refunds for any unused portion of this tour.

  • Dates and time of itineraries and hotels are subject to change without notice due to operational or logistical reasons.

  • We can accommodate wheelchairs or assistive mobility devices on this trip. Please reach out to hello@TheCuriousTravelerCo.com to discuss.

  • Any optional expenses or expenses related to anything not specifically listed in this itinerary are not included.

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