One of the reasons we love this tour is that it solely focuses on the most scenic natural gems of San Francisco. Along the way, you will pass Golden Gate Park and Muir Woods, Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown and North Beach.
Good food, history and culture combine harmoniously on this 2-day tour of San Francisco, 5 hours each day.
*The itinerary depends on how many stops you want to make during the tour, and may be revised.
*The tour can be modified to meet your preferences.
Golden Gate Park, Golden Gate Bridge, Muir Woods
- Driving/walking/hiking tour of some of the “off-the-beaten path” but really amazing, spots in San Francisco and the bay area;
- Drive through Golden Gate Park, stopping to admire some of the wonders it has to offer, including the Botanical Garden, the Japanese Tea Garden and Conservancy of Flowers;
- Have a nice one-of-a-kind short hike to the Golden Gate Bridge;
- Take a scenic drive to Muir Woods;
- Hike Muir Woods to experience “…the best tree-lovers monument that could possibly be found in all the forests of the world." (John Muir);
- Stop for a drink/meal at the Pelican Inn on Muir beach - great English pub.
About 12 miles (19 km) north of San Francisco, Muir Woods is home to old growth coast redwood, known for their height and dead interesting shapes, of all ages and sizes. Some big enough to walk inside of.
Nicknamed a “Tree Lover's Monument”, Muir Woods is a magical and enchanted wood!
The drive to the park is an adventure in itself, with the winding roads and incredible views.
Whether it’s hiking, nature or just another must-see you’re looking for – Muir Woods is truly a San Francisco gem. Great morning trip to start the day!
Golden Gate Bridge
An iconic piece of history with magnificent architecture and stunning views of the city and bay. The Golden Gate Bridge should definitely be in your bucket list when in San Francisco.
Don’t let your exercise routine get off track. Go for a run, take a bike or simply take a walk along the bridge. For a bigger challenge, use the bike all the day and feel like a local.
Golden Gate Park
Considered by many to be the best city park in the United States, Golden Gate Park is also the largest man-made park in the world – 1,017 acres and over 3 miles (50 blocks) long by 1/2 mile wide.
With thirteen million people visiting the park each year, Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in the U.S. after Central Park in NYC, and Lincoln Park in Chicago.
Golden Gate Park is a great contrast to the hustle and bustle of the City, and there are so many things to do here, that you would not want to leave it! Ideal place to finish your city tour and explore it for hours, go ride a bike or take a hike and watch the sunset in the most peaceful and relaxing part of San Francisco.
Fisherman's wharf, Embarcadero, Pier 39, Soma, AT&T Park, Chinatown, North Beach, Cable Car
- Morning Downtown tour;
- Lunch in Fisherman's Wharf/Ghiardelli Square;
- Cable Car ride and visit Cable Car Museum;
- Visit Chinatown, sample dimsum, visit fortune cookie factory;
- Walk Lombard Street, learn about the "beat poets", walk up to Coit tower
- Stop by North Beach for historical landmarks and authentic Italian food.
- Unwind after a saturated tour at Embarcadero, the most laid-back area of the day;
- Enjoy fresh seafood and seasonal dishes at Embarcadero or Pier 39 while overlooking the ocean. Ideal place to finish your tour.
Adjacent to Pier 39 and Embarcadero, Fisherman’s wharf is a wonderful place for a scenic promenade.
Today, the fishing fleet and many of the Wharf's world-famous restaurants are run by the grandsons of the Italian fishermen who immigrated here.
Enjoy fresh local produce along with street musicians and live art on your stroll along the boardwalk. San Francisco is some to fine dining along the water that will be sure to be one of the highlights of your trip!
Originally called the Latin Quarter, North Beach has always been a mix of all nationalities, until Italians came to settle in North Beach and turn it into Little Italy.
Learn from your private guide about the ever-changing history of North Beach and the Gold Rush, explore the Washington Square Park, and Jackson Square, a survivor of the 1906 Earthquake, and sip a coffee in a cozy Italian coffee shop.
Delve into the history of the largest and oldest Chinatown in North America. Explore this colorful place with iconic architecture, great views of palaces and good deals at souvenir shops.
It was San Francisco Chinatown where Westernized Chinese cuisine was born. Don’t skip a tourist attraction – an ethnic Dim Sum tea house!
SoMa/San Francisco Giants Stadium (AT&T Park)
Exciting and dynamic.SoMa is home to Yerba Buena Gardens, Art Museum and Moscone Center.
YBG is recognized as one of the United States’ top 30 urban parks with plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy: landscaped lawns, award-winning architecture, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial and occasional free outdoor performances.
The Embarcadero/Ferry Building
This iconic boulevard is the eastern waterfront of the City. Pass under the Ferry Building, the Bay Bridge, Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf. A prime photo op for both downtown and Bay Bridge backgrounds. Wonderful sites and yummy offerings. We noticed people look happier here.
Pier 39/Fisherman’s Wharf
Most popular destination on our San Francisco 2-day tour! And the place for best sea food restaurants in the city. You can start your scenic Marin County and Alcatraz tour here.
End your day with dinner and an oceanfront view of the San Francisco skyline (if you choose it as your drop-off destination).
|Your tour:||Fun facts, iconic places, local experience, great neighborhoods, friendly guide|
|Your guide:||Bright, energetic, local, enthusiastic and fun! Your guide is your local friend.|
|Pick up & Drop off:||Lobby of your hotel or any place within San Francisco city limits|
|Start time:||any time|
|Extra hours:||If you are having a good time and want your San Francisco tour to last a little bit longer, you are welcome to do that. Please note: You will be charged $40 USD per extra hour.|
|Tipping suggestions:||If you feel like you had a good experience, your guide would appreciate a tip. It's not mandatory. It's your decision whether you want to give your guide a tip.|
*This tour can be modified to meet your preferences