San Francisco Highlights with a private guide
A 4 hour tour that takes in the major attractions of the City By The Bay.
We'll begin in Union Square, the heart of the hotel and shopping life of San Francisco. Drive through historic China Gate, into the largest China Town on the West Coast. See North Beach - San Francisco's Little Italy, including St Peter and Paul Church. From there we'll skirt along Fisherman's Wharf where the local fishermen still bring in clams for SF's famous clam chowder. We'll stop and view the Roman-Greco architecture of the Palace of Fine Arts, built for the 1915 Pan Pacific Exhibition. We will traverse the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, pass through picturesque Sausalito, take in the stunning view of the Marin Headlands, ride up to Twin Peaks, the highest point in the city, view the Victorian architecture of the Castro District, and finally see the hub of Government and cultural life at the Civic Center. We will finish at Union Square or at your hotel or place of your choosing near downtown or Union Square.
9 am: Meet in Union Square
Visit the following attractions:
North Beach / Little Italy
Palace of Fine Arts
Golden Gate Bridge
1 pm: finish at Union Square
Start times are flexible, please inquire.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Itinerary:
9 am Begin at Union Square or your hotel
End location: 1 pm End in Union Square or your hotel
Duration: 4 hours
You will be transported in my comfortable Sport Utility Vehicle, which seats up to 5 people.
Tour Guide's time, expertise and transportation for up to 5 people in my comfortable Sport Utility Vehicle.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 US Dollars - You may wish to grab a bite to eat or a drink while on the tour. $10 per person should more than cover that cost.
There are no extra fees or charges to be paid during the tour.
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Isaac was accomodating and excellent. We could not have asked for a better guide. In 4 hours we got a real feel for the city. We would highly recommend him as a guide.