San Francisco City Tour

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13 Sep Explore the Mysterious Orient: Visit San Francisco

Despite China’s economic explosion across the world, it remains fairly remote to the international traveler. However, you can still visit its best, well-known representative settlement here in this country. Many guides in San Francisco say that Chinatown is the go-to visit San Francisco destination on their itinerary. Spending the day will surely leave you with a delightful sense of its ancient heritage, venerable social and complex community traditions that are still in effect in this fascinating citadel. Moreover, if visitors are looking to discover the dramatically unique against their American ways and traditions, this is the place! It’s all fun to...

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06 Aug Visit San Francisco: Fisherman’s Wharf

Occupying the top of the itinerary for every visit San Francisco tour, its history, development and culture are deeply ingrained in the piers of Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s all about the water. There it is today, founded in 1891 and waiting for those who visit San Francisco to take full advantage of the heritage architecture, museums, restaurants, markets and seafood that have become the stars of this lively setting. One of the few visitors’ destinations that has grown up more naturally than most, the Wharf’s original authenticity speaks volumes about its genuine reality. Look there on the corner,...

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19 Jul San Francisco City Tour – The Palace

A San Francisco city tour would not be complete without visiting the Palace of Fine Arts. Of course, there’s no royalty in residence. However, the architecture is fit for a monarchy, with a style that borrows freely from Bernini’s (1598-1680) neoclassical Saint Peter’s Square. The Palace is introduced with a lagoon, fountains, swans and a processional colonnade, in a generous welcome to visitors. The rotunda was inspired by a Piranesi engraving that featured a Roman ruin reflected in a pool. According to Bernard Maybeck, the architect who designed it in 1915, this ruin existed not for its own sake but...

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17 May San Francisco City Tours

What should I see and do when I visit San Francisco? San Francisco is both old and new, a blend of classic architecture and fresh energy, situated on a Pacific peninsula and filled with wonders to delight travelers of all sorts. The ‘City by the Bay’ is compact, yet contains many distinctive and vibrant areas within its central core. A San Francisco city tour will help orient you as well as show you a taste of many different districts. You’ll have a full day of sights and activities included, yet you’ll go away feeling ready to continue your explorations as to...

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14 May San Francisco City Sightseeing: Top Ten Sites in the City by the Bay

Where are the best places to visit in San Francisco? The options are virtually limitless: there is plenty of city sightseeing in San Francisco, but many options for day trips as well. This guide will help you decide where to find the best sightseeing in San Francisco. 1. The Embarcadero: On this scenic walk along the water, you’ll find the San Francisco Ferry Building. There are a couple San Francisco day trips you can take from here. One great San Francisco getaway is Sausalito, which boasts beautiful walks along the water and great restaurants. You can also check out the Ferry...

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