See San Francisco's Beautiful Sights and Visit Sonoma County Wine Country
In the morning, we'll tour San Francisco where you'll see Union Square, Chinatown, North Beach, Lombard Street (Crookedest Street in the World), Telegraph Hill, Fisherman's Wharf, the Presidio, Golden Gate Park, Victorian homes at Alamo Square, Haight-Ashbury, and other sights as time permits.
In the afternoon, we're off to wine country. You can lunch at one of the many restaurants surrounding Sonoma's Mexican-era plaza. After lunch, we'll visit the Carneros Region of southern Sonoma and Napa Counties and have time to stop at a minimum of two wineries.
I will meet you at your hotel and first take you on a tour of San Francisco that includes Union Square, Chinatown, North Beach, Lombard Street (Crookedest Street in the World), Telegraph Hill, Fisherman's Wharf, the Presidio, Victorian homes at Alamo Square, Haight-Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and other sights as time permits.
We'll stop for lunch in the charming town of Sonoma where you will find a Mexican-era plaza surrounded by old adobes, shops, restaurants, and tasting rooms.
After lunch you'll visit at least two wineries in the Carneros Region of Napa and Sonoma Counties.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I can pick you up at your hotel in San Francisco or near SFO. Just let me know where you are staying.
End location: At the end of the tour, I can drop you back at the hotel or elsewhere in San Francisco.
Duration: 8 hours
There is no charge for extra time if we are delayed by traffic.
You will travel in a Honda Odyssey minivan that is fully licensed (TCP 16309-S) and is equipped with power sliding doors on both sides, leather seats, and air controls at each seat. The van is very comfortable for groups of up to five people. Groups of six will also find the van comfortable unless the three people who sit in the rear row are all large.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 USD - This estimate is for each person. Winetasting fees depend on which wineries we visit. The price of lunch depends on where you decide to eat. You could need to pay an entry fee in San Francisco if you decide to stop at an attraction that charges one.
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We had a great tour with Rick, doing San Francisco in the morning and Sonoma/Nappa valley wine tasting in the afternoon, in the comfort of his spacious people carrier. We all had a lovely lunch at a place called La Salette in Sonoma. Rick is a very knowledgeable and friendly guide and we very much enjoyed the time we spent with him and would recommend anyone to consider him as a guide.