About Streets of
San Francisco Tour
The Streets of San Francisco Tour explores the back alleys of North Beach’s Little Italy. Take up-close photos of the Trans-America Pyramid. See the Barbary Coast and San Francisco’s historical supper clubs. Visit these Neighborhoods and find out how they have transformed from scandalous to sparkling.
More Information on Streets of
San Francisco Tour
The Streets of San Francisco Tour has quickly become a must-do activity among visitors. The guides strive to provide an excellent experience for guests, with safety and fun as the objectives of each tour. Guides retain the freedom to personalize their tours with their personality and to cater to their rider’s needs. If riders are experienced the tour can be embellished; if riders are novice the tour can slow it down a bit. Bottom line – no two tours are alike.
Ride around the Giant’s AT&T Ballpark, into the culturally rich Mission, Castro and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods. See the ever-changing street art and the locals that rule each area. Cruise Nopa and take in the charming Painted Ladies of Alamo Square.
Little Italy, Alamo Square, Polk Gulch, AT&T Ballpark, Aquatic Park, Fisherman’s Wharf, the Mission District and many more are just some of the areas that are along the Streets of San Francisco Tour’s 15 mile route. Each one is unique on its own. Before visiting the Civic Center, ride Polk Gulch, San Francisco’s original gay neighborhood and finish your ride in the Aquatic Park. The journey concludes at the festive Fisherman’s Wharf.
Good To Know
- See San Francisco Up Close on a Bike
- Narrated by professional guides
- Visit Little Italy
- See the Ever-changing Street Art
- Take in the Painted Ladies of Alamo Square
- Great Photo Opps
- Relatively Flat Riding
- Bike Helmets and Touring Accessories Included
- Perfect for History Buffs
- Bikes for Beginner to Novice
- Ride in an Urban Setting
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