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San Francisco, the pocket-sized Californian city that packs one hell of a punch, has been shaped and reshaped by social revolutions. Over the centuries, prospectors in search of precious metals, Beat Generation hippies, and Silicon Valley innovators have left their mark on this seven-by-seven mile peninsula in profound ways. Draped across rolling hills and accessible via one of the world’s greatest Art Deco masterpieces, the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco is one great-looking city with attractions that are anything but ordinary and an impressive list of things to do. Century-old saloons and speakeasies harken back to the California Gold Rush days of yore; brightly-colored Victorian houses stand proudly against a backdrop of the downtown district’s steel-and-glass skyscrapers; each quaint neighborhood has its own distinct identity. With the vineyards of Napa and Sonoma an hour away only adding to the list of places to visit, finding things to do in SF is easy – what’s hard is choosing among them.
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Soak up the laid-back San Francisco lifestyle in speakeasy saloons and century-old neighborhoods on one of our private tours in San Francisco. Led by a local guide who’s already uncovered every inch of their city, our city tours in San Francisco are the perfect way to discover this modern metropolis’s hidden haunts and lesser-known landmarks. Across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is a world-famous wonderland of Silicon Valley skyscrapers, brightly-colored Victorian houses, and more restaurants per capita than any other US city – it’s impossible to run out of things to do in San Francisco on a walking tour. But with a local guide leading the way, this pocket-sized Californian city opens itself up for exploration far beyond its top tourist sights. Some of the best experiences on a private tour of San Francisco are the simple pastimes of the people who call it home: sipping a Mai Tai at a rooftop bar, jostling through eclectic neighborhood markets, and tucking into authentic cuisine in colorful ethnic enclaves. A local tour of San Francisco is the perfect way to discover the soul of the city for yourself, so tell us what your dream SF experience looks like, and we’ll make it a reality.