San Francisco is a city that always impresses and charms its visitors. How many turns does the ‘most crooked road in the world’ have? Or why is there a ‘beach’ in the city without a waterfront? These are some of the fascinating secrets eagerly waiting to be discovered. And that‘s just the tip of it. This tour takes you to a neighborhood with a rich, vibrant Italian culture. It also lets you discover places teeming with activity, like San Fransico’s magnificent ferry terminal. Here, watch the city’s biggest cogs in the transport machine hard at work. You’ll then experience the lively atmosphere of the city’s social and event center at Embarcadero Plaza.

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  • Professional local tour guide services

Route & Duration

3 hours
  • 1

    Lombard Street

    Lombard street is also known as a the most crooked road in the world. It has an interesting aesthetic appeal while beeing actualy safe.

  • 2

    Fisherman’s Wharf

    Fisherman’s Wharf used to be a place with more than 500 boats and most of them where owned by italians! Nowadays, Fisherman's Wharf is known for San Francisco Maritime Museum and etc.

  • 3

    Little Italy

    Little Italy/ North Beach neighborhood is a colourful and eyecatching district, where you can see what impact on architecture and culture had italian imigrants living in the area. There are many authentic italian restaurants and sights to visit.

  • 4

    Ferry Building Marketplace

    It's a 124 years old builing. Its both - an architectural landmark and an important pillar of the city's culinary scene.

  • 5

    The Embarcadero

    "Embarcadero" means a place to embark. It's a historic shopping place with good restaurants.

Meeting Point

1070 Lombard Street, San Francisco, 94109 See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.