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Discover San Francisco from the Bay to the Pacific Ocean.

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Discover San Francisco from the Bay to the Pacific Ocean, with stops throughout for photo opportunities you won’t want to miss. Stunning panoramic views off Nob Hill and the colorful life of the Mission district. Come see the beauty of Fisherman’s Wharf, Lombard Street, Chinatown, Civic Center, the breathtaking waterfront and the fashionable Union Square, these are just some of the sites you’ll treasure long after your visit to the magnificent city by the bay.

San Francisco is an extremely popular international tourist destination famous for its landmarks, including Alcatraz island, the cable cars, and Coit Tower, its steep rolling hills, and its eclectic mix of victorian and modern architecture. The city is also known for its diverse, cosmopolitan population, including large and long-established Asian American, and LGBT communities.

All of our tours are Hop On Hop Off style with a live multi-lingual guide.

  • Chevron down Golden Gate Park
  • San Francisco’s largest park, Golden Gate Park covers 1,013 acres and is 3 miles long by 1/2-mile wide, larger than New York City’s Central Park. Golden Gate Park is also home to the De Young Museum, San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum, the Conservatory of Flowers. Golden Gate Park also offers gardens, a bandstand concourse, the Japanese Tea Garden, a golf course, and the world-famous California Academy of Science and Steinhart Aquarium. Also visible from the Golden Gate Park loop is Japan Town, Alamo Square and their Victorian houses (the famous Painted Ladies) and the epicenter of counter-culture around Haight Street. This tour will also include stops in the Marina and will take you across the Golden Gate Bridge in its BONUS LOOP.

  • Chevron down Golden Gate Bridge
  • Our Round Trip Golden Gate Bridge tour links San Francisco with Marin Counties in absolute splendor. The bridge is one of the architectural marvels of the Twentieth Century. For decades, the Golden Gate Bridge held the title as the longest suspension bridge in the world. The Palace of Fine Arts was built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Today the site, which belongs to the City of San Francisco and features a classical rotunda with curved colonnades in an idyllic park setting. Visitors may picnic, stroll by the lake, or visit the posh Marina district. This tour will also include stops around Golden Gate Park and will take you through the counter-culture of Haight-Ashbury in its BONUS LOOP.