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					           SAN FRANCISCO TOUR
            5 HOUR ITINERARY!
•   Start at : Ferry building
•   Ferry/Bay Cruise
•   Sausalito
•   Golden gate Bridge
•   China Town
•   Palace of Fine Art
•   Nob Hill
•   Grace Cathedral
•   Lombard Street
•   Golden Gate Park
•   Japanese Tea Garden
•   Alamo Square
•   End at : Ferry building
Start at : The Ferry Building

The Ferry Building is the start of our
5 Hour comprehensive tour. Here you
will meet up with your tour guide and
the rest of the group.
Ferry/Bay Cruise

 The Ferry/Bay Cruise that we take
 will arguably be the most enjoyable
 part of your San Francisco tour.

Sausalito, a small Mediterranean villag
will be one of our better stops on the
tour. From the ferry building we will
take a fun ferry ride to Sausalito.
Golden Gate Bridge

 The Golden Gate Bridge opened in
 1937,and quickly became known as
 The San Francisco landmark. For
 decades it has drawn in millions of
 tourists and has never failed to elicit
Chinatown (Guided-walk)

 Local hotel concierges tell us this is
 by far the best part of the tour. Some
 of the best bakeries and local Chinese
 cuisine can be found all along
Palace of Fine Arts

At the Palace of Fine Arts, we will
Walk around the grounds and take
you to underneath the center of the
Majestic dome and give you a brief
historical background.
Nob Hill

Some say this is simply the best part
Of the tour. After your walk through
Grace Cathedral, your guide will walk
you through a short journey atop Nob
Hill where you will walk by San
Francisco's famous hotels and other
 interesting places.
Grace Cathedral - San Francisco

 The crown of Nob Hill is the grand ne
 Gothic church Grace Cathedral. With
 frescoes depicting the history of San
 Francisco and scenes from the life of S
 Francis of Assisi, to the beautiful stain
 glass windows.
Lombard Street

 Located in Nob Hill/Russian Hill,
 Lombard Street has been nicknamed
“the most crooked street in the world”
Golden Gate Park

This 1017 acre park is home to the
M.H. De Young Museum, Japanese
Tea Garden, Sculpture Museum,
Botanical Gardens and some friendly
Japanese Tea Garden

In Japanese culture, a garden is though
to be an art form, expressing the spirit
of nature through the use of specially
chosen shrubs, plants and stones and
Alamo Square "6 Sisters"

 Alamo in Spanish means poplar tree.
 In the early 1800’s the poplar trees
 lined Alamo Hill marking a resting pla
 for anyone traveling by foot or horse.
  Daily Tour Pricing and Schedule

• Monday - Friday
  9am - 2pm
• Saturday - Sunday
  9am - 2pm
  11:45am - 5pm
• Daily Tour Pricing:
  $65 for Adults
  $60 Seniors (65+)
  $50 for Children
• Prices include Ferry Cruise Tickets!
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