Your tour starts near the Ferry Building with a view of what was once one of the busiest ports in the world. Then, you’ll catch one of the iconic San Francisco cable cars to Nob Hill and learn about the industrial tycoons who built the city as you wander through Huntington Park and past the Pacific Union Club. You'll also step inside the beautiful gothic interior of Grace Cathedral.
Heading down the hill, you'll enter the bustling neighborhood of Chinatown, the largest Chinese enclave outside of Asia, and the oldest Chinatown in North America. Next on the list, is North Beach, where you'll see the old haunts of the Beat poets like City Lights Bookstore, get a lovely view of Coit Tower, and a lunch break (food not included).
After lunch, climb up the hill to see Lombard Street, the "most crooked street in the world" then head down to Fisherman's Wharf for a full ‘behind-the-scenes’ tour. Explore the old docks, smell the sourdough at Boudin bakery, and see the sea lions at Pier 39. After a quick break in Ghirardelli Square for a sample of the world-famous chocolate, step on a gorgeous bay cruise on the waters of San Francisco Bay.
- Ferry Building
- Cable Car Ride
- Nob Hill
- Grace Cathedral
- Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory
- North Beach
- Coit Tower (view)
- Lombard Street
- Diego Rivera Mural
- Ghirardelli Square
- Fisherman's Wharf
- Pier 39
- Cruise to the Golden Gate Bridge
- Cruise around Alcatraz Island