Best of San Francisco
Pick Up at meeting point.
Will pick you up at the meeting point 351 Geary St. (at the corner with Union Square). Please let us know in case of special needs, to arrange the pick up at your hotel.
This comprehensive tour describe in greater details previously on this site as “City Tour”, will allow you to experience the sights and sounds of this dynamic city, featuring, among other attractions, the Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown – the largest Chinese community in the west; Nob Hill, The Palace of Fine Arts, Twin Peaks, the two hills with an elevation of about 320 m. offering 360° view of the city; Alamo Square, consisting of four city blocks with a number of large and architecturally distinctive collection of Victorian houses, known as Painted Ladies; lively Fisherman’s Wharf, with Pier 39, the best location to host many renowned San Francisco events.
Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge, one of the Wonders of the Modern World, the opening of the San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean.
You enjoy the visit of Sausalito, a picture-perfect Mediterranean-style seaside village. Stroll at leisure along the waterfront, for some shopping, some food and great photo opportunities in this picturesque artists’ colony nestled on the northern shores of San Francisco Bay.
Ferry to San Francisco
Enjoy a cruise from Sausalito to San Francisco. The ride will take approximately 20 minutes. Stunning view of the Bay, Alcatraz Island, Golden Gate Bridge and the hills of the city from the middle of the bay. Last Ferry leaves at 19:00 h.
Cable Car to Hotel
The Best of S.F. tour will end with a Cable Car ride all the way to downtown where most of the Hotels are located. This ride take about 40 minutes. The Cable Car will go over the hills until the end of the line (Hyde & Powell) in Union Square. Tickets don’t have expiration day you can ride any time (one ride only). Last Cable Car leaves at midnight.
End of Tour
Return at leisure, using the Cable Car.
Best of San Francisco 6.0 Hours Tour including Ferry and cable Car ride
$145/Per Person *
(*) [Prices are subject to changes] Discounted rates for children and teenagers
from $145 per/person
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We offer a complete overview of San Francisco through the city's famous historic districts such as: Union Square, Financial Center, Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39, Golden Gate Bridge and Park, Twin Peaks, Haight & Ashbury, Castro District, Market Street, Alamo Square Victorian houses, Civic Center, City Hall.
Best of San Francisco
We begin the San Francisco city tour (see: "City Tour" itinerary) and towards the end we cross the Golden Gate Bridge and take you to Sausalito where you will enjoy the city and its beauties. The beautiful view of the bay will be part of the return journey to San Francisco with the ferry that arrives at Pier 39. From there the Cable Car will take you back to the Hotel.
3.30 hrs (City) + 2.30 hrs (Alcatraz)
City + Alcatraz Tour
Best seller, the tour is sold exclusively in combination with the city tour. In high season it is best to book well in advance because it is not guaranteed the last minute booking. NOTE: do to the high demand for this tour, the confirmation will take from 4 to 5 working days.
Sausalito & Muir Woods
With a picturesque landscape, shops, art galleries, restaurants and a marina reminiscent of the Mediterranean Riviera, you will love the quintessential beauty of a typical small town. Then we will accompany you to Muir Woods Sequoia Park, where you will discover the tallest and oldest trees on earth.
Napa Valley is one of the most important travel destinations in the world. Breathtaking views at every turn with mustard crops in late winter, cattle and sheep farms, picturesque hills covered with vineyards all year round and cellars of all sizes dot the landscape. Visit this famous wine region through the idyllic scenery of Marin County and the charming Carneros hills south of Sonoma.
Monterey & Carmel
We will travel south towards Monterey along a good part of the coast with Highway 1. We will visit the town of Monterey which retains a unique place in the history of the state because in 1770 it was declared the capital of Alta California, at the time of the Spanish colonization. After crossing, the "17 Miles Drive", the famous coastal road with the most important golf courses in the United States, we will arrive in Carmel, a charming town overlooking the sea that has developed as a colony of artists and where Clint Eastwood, a famous film actor, he was honorary mayor.