Lugar: San Francisco
Precio: $70
In this guided tour in Spanish we will visit San Francisco from Union Square to Twin Peaks and the Golden Gate. This visit is ideal getting started to know the city.

This tour offers a complete panoramic view of the city of San Francisco. We will visit the characteristic places that have made this city so special: Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, Golden Gate Bridge and Park, Twin Peaks, Castro, Market St, Alamo Square, Civic Center, Nob Hill and Union Square among others.


We will pick you up at your hotel, and the tour of San Francisco will begin. The city is a very European destination and it offers great contrasts, we will discover this throughout the visit. The Hills, trams, modern buildings, Victorian houses are part of this detailed itinerary.

The visit includes Union Square, the most commercial area of ​​the city; Chinatown, whith the largest Chinese community in the United States; Financial District, the second most important financial district in the country; Civic Center, the civic center that houses the government offices, as well as the headquarters of the ballet, opera and San Francisco symphony orchestra.
We will continue the tour through Japan Town (the Japanese quarter), the amazing Cathedral of Santa Maria, the area of ​​the famous Victorian houses, Haight Ashbury (the hippie neighborhood), Castro Street and the famous “Twin Peaks”. From the twin peaks, 300 meters high, you have the best panoramic views of the city and the bay.

In the last part of the tour we will cross Golden Gate Park until we reach Ocean Beach, and we will follow it until we reach the symbol of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge. Continuing the coast we will cross the Italian district of North Beach and we will arrive until Fisherman’s Wharf.

The visit ends at Fisheman’s Wharf at lunchtime, this being one of the best places in San Francisco to have lunch. If you prefer, we can take you back to the hotel.

Hotel Pickup.
Tour Guide.
Transportation in minivan.
Reduced groups.