San Francisco City Tour and Alcatraz

San Francisco City Tour and Alcatraz

San Francisco City Tour and Alcatraz

On this exclusive tour

We offer a complete overview of San Francisco through its famous historic districts such as: Union Square, Financial District, Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39, Golden Gate Bridge and Park, Haight-Ashbury, Twin Peaks, Castro District, Market Street , Painted Ladies of Alamo Square, Civic Center, City Hall, Library, Asian Museum. At the end of the tour he will be at Pier 33 for the departure of the "the Rock" tour. A unique experience awaits you to discover the lives of prisoners in a maximum security federal penitentiary of the last century.

Panoramic Views

The charm of San Francisco is more than a cable car ride, more than crossing the majestic Golden Gate Bridge overlooking the bay. With its uphill and downhill streets, the original architecture of its Victorian homes contrasted with the modern skyscrapers of the Financial District is one of the most interesting cities in the United States. Crossing its numerous districts formed by the most diverse communities, one notices a city at the forefront of tolerance, technology, liberal thinking, romantic and welcoming atmosphere.

Fully Narrated Tour

The city tour is completely narrated by our tour guides. The Alcatraz tour, however, is narrated by a multilingual audio guide system imposed by the dealer which allowed many participants to enjoy the visit in peace and without environmental noise caused by the large turnout of the public.

Professional Guide

Our guides have a great experience in the tourism sector and great preparation on San Francisco, its history and customs. They are always available to help you during the tour and at your disposal for any information and advice on how to make the most of the opportunities in the city.

Easy Access

You will travel in comfortable minibuses with a maximum capacity of 9 passengers. Vehicles of this size allow access to areas where large buses have difficulty traveling. In addition, the content group allows guests to interact better with the guides and obtain information and explanations in a friendly and casual context.

Itinerary

Departure from Meeting Point indicated on the map, 351 Geary Street at 9:00 am. Please let us know in case of special needs, to arrange the pick up at your hotel.

San Francisco City Tour and Alcatraz

Tour Rate

3.30 hrs City Tour + 2.30 hrs Alcatraz Tour

Min. 2/Participants

$145/Per Person*

( *) prices are subject to change
Discounted rates for children and teenagers

Meeting Point
Sightseeing
Historical landmarks
City Tour Live Tour Guide

Alcatraz narrated with Audio Guide.

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