The tour starts from Pier 41, Marine Terminal, Fisherman's Wharf. A shuttle is available from selected San Francisco hotels, please call the number which will appear on your voucher to arrange hotel pick up.
The San Francisco City Tour will take you past the following places:
Fisherman’s Wharf: Home to a Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum and a Wax Museum, this wharf is most famous for its stretch of seafood shacks that serve up legendary Dungeness crab and hearty clam chowder.
Union Square: The centerpiece of San Francisco’s cosmopolitan downtown area, Union Square is heaven for shoppers, with an impressive collection of department stores, up-scale boutiques, local trinket shops, and salons.
Twin Peaks: These two distinct, uninhabited hills, which once captured the imagination of early Spanish explorers, offer peerless views of San Francisco’s vast splendor.
Golden Gate Bridge: Vista Point affords a wide-angle view of this immortal bridge, one of architecture’s greatest triumphs and an international emblem for the promise of the American frontier.
Civic Center: Two expansive, tree-thronged plazas contain many of the city’s government and cultural institutions, including the California Supreme Court, the Davies Symphony Hall, and the grand classical statement of City Hall.
Mission Dolores: Mission San Francisco de Asis, or Mission Dolores, is the oldest standing structure in San Francisco, founded in 1776 by Spanish explorers charged with creating a settlement in the brave new world of California. The humble adobe chapel has a ceiling modeled after the basket weavings of the Costonoans, the original inhabitants of the area, and was supplemented in 1918 by a grand basilica.
The tour ends at Pier 43 ½.
And there’s more. You can combine the sightseeing coach tour with cruises around the San Francisco Bay area.