Our San Francisco City Experience is a 6 hour tour featuring one of America’s most exciting and cultured cities.
Golden Gate Bridge
Perhaps San Francisco’s most famous landmark. The Bridge connects San Francisco to California’s northern counties. With its tremendous 746-tall towers, sweeping main cables, signature “International Orange” color, and Art-Deco styling, it is a sensory experience featuring color, light, and sound. This tour stop includes a Bridge Photo Experience at the Round House.
Eight miles north of San Francisco across the bay is a tiny bayside community named Sausalito, meaning “Little Grove of Willows.” This Mediterranean-style community that is often compared to the French Riviera. Sausalito has a wonderful selection of restaurants and shops lining its scenic marina.
San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest in North America, and features genuine restaurants and authentic architecture.
Palace of Fine Arts
This monumental structure was originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition to exhibit works of art presented there. Built around a small artificial lagoon, it is a favorite location for weddings and photograph opportunities.
Nob Hill was the embodiment of “swank” in San Francisco history. Perched on one of San Francisco’s “44 hills” above Union Square and Chinatown, Nob Hill preserves some of the character bred into by the early railroad and financial barons who built their mansions on the city peak.
A beautiful church building featuring Gothic architecture, iron doors, and beautiful stained glass windows.
“San Francisco’s crooked-est street,” is probably more crooked than any street in the world. It is famous for having a steep, one-block section that starts atop a hill and consists of eight tight hairpin switchback turns.
Golden Gate Park
Twenty percent larger than Central Park in New York, Golden Gate Park features museums, an aquarium, and a zoo.
Japanese Tea Garden
The oldest public Japanese garden in the United States, this garden was opened in 1894 and includes the Drum Bridge, a tea house, and a pagoda and Zen garden. The fortune cookie (an American invention) is reported to have been invented here.
Alamo Square, also known as “Postcard Row,” is one of the most photographed locations in San Francisco. The Victorian houses in this neighborhood are perfectly lined in escalating formation. The most elite and colorful Victorians are dubbed the “Six Sisters” or “Painted Ladies.” The area offers a perfect view of San Francisco’s downtown skyscrapers.
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