You can’t go to San Francisco without passing through the Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39. But, when’s the best time to go? Where can you find the best clam chowder? Did you know there’s a free museum with functional video game arcades from the 1800’s?
San Francisco has the largest Chinatown outside of Asia and it’s intimidating! Get a detailed walking tour showing hidden, unmarked temples, “hole-in-the-wall” restaurants, a fortune cookie factory down a small alley, a public bathroom (a true rarity in San Francisco) and a whole lot more.
San Francisco locals will tell you that their favorite place in the city is the Mission neighborhood, yet most tourists never even get there! You’ll have a full walking tour with this itinerary.
Did you know the oldest building in San Francisco is in the Mission? Find out more about it as well as see the famous & impressive murals, find out where an amazing free view of the San Francisco skyline is and most importantly, find out where the best Mexican food is in the city.
This is just the beginning...
There are 1-3 hour walking tours of the following areas:
- Union Square
- Haight Street
- Golden Gate Bridge
- Fisherman's Wharf
- Golden Gate Park
- The Castro
- The Mission