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Napa Valley Wine Tour from San Francisco

Napa Valley Wine Tour from San Francisco - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$139.00

One of the great things about visiting San Francisco is that wine country is right in the city’s backyard. Travel through Napa Valley in a comfortable minibus, stopping to sample an array of wines at three boutique wineries while learning from your guide about the area’s history and culture ... More info ›

One of the great things about visiting San Francisco is that wine country is right in the city’s backyard. Travel through Napa Valley in a comfortable minibus, stopping to sample an array of wines at three boutique wineries while learning from your guide about the area’s history and culture. Each winery has been carefully selected for its unique character, knowledgeable and friendly staff and lovely ambience. Take a tour of a winery and see how wine is made, and sample five or six wines at each stop. Includes hotel pickup and drop-off.

Napa Valley, the esteemed wine region whose name has become synonymous with great vino, is a region of rolling hills coated with vineyards. There are so many that it can be hard to know which wineries to visit. That element is taken care of for you on this guided 8- to 9-hour tour, which includes stops at three boutique wineries.

After getting picked up at your San Francisco hotel, enjoy the ride to Napa Valley. Listen as your guide regales you with stories about San Francisco’s diverse neighborhoods as well as about the history of the city and of Napa as you make the short drive to wine country. Visit three family-owned, award-winning wineries and sample five or six types of wine at each stop. Experts offer a detailed explanation of how the wine is made. You’ll impress your friends with your newfound knowledge of Napa Valley wines.

Stop for lunch (own expense) at the Oxbow Public Market in Napa, where the food choices include everything from artisanal sandwiches and pizza to oysters and ice cream. At the end of the tour, with your appetites for food and wine sated, enjoy the trip back to San Francisco, with drop-off at your hotel.

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Food and Culinary Walking Tour of North Beach

Food and Culinary Walking Tour of North Beach - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$65.00

Confused on what to see and do while in San Francisco? Combine its cuisine, rich history, architecture and culture while tantalizing all of your senses with a 3 hour small- group walking food excursion lead by a professional guide. You'll indulge in 5-6 of North Beach's quintessential staples while feeding your minds with intriguing and memorable tidbits along the way ... More info ›

Confused on what to see and do while in San Francisco? Combine its cuisine, rich history, architecture and culture while tantalizing all of your senses with a 3 hour small- group walking food excursion lead by a professional guide. You'll indulge in 5-6 of North Beach's quintessential staples while feeding your minds with intriguing and memorable tidbits along the way. Before you know it, you'll feel like a local. Make sure to come hungry, this tour offers more than enough to be considered lunch.

North Beach is San Francisco’s Little Italy and has historically been home to a large Italian American population. Enjoy a walking food tour down the streets that are still home to many Italian restaurants today! This guided tour will include 5-6 food tasting locations in the historic North Beach neighborhood. All food tastings (enough for lunch) are included in the ticket price.

Examples of stops on the tour are (subject to change):

  • XOX Truffles – XOX has been named one of the Top Ten chocolate-makers in the United States by prestigious Chocolatier Magazine, and The Rosengarten Report! This cozy little shop is a great place for an afternoon pick-me-up. Enjoy truffles created by the talented Chocolate maker Jean-Marc Gorce.
  • Tony’s Coal Fired Pizza & Slice House – Home of the 11th time World Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani. Tony brings his passion and perfection to North Beach, sharing his award winning pizzas with us all.
  • The Italian Homemade Company– Italian Gourmet Street Food and Specialty Grocery, specializing in the Marche & Romagna regions.
  • Caffé Grecco-. Caffe Greco is recognized by many, as the most authentic Italian Café in the city serving the world famous Illy Caffe , award winning homemade tiramisu, cannoli, and gelato. Its acclaimed popularity and reputation was culminated in rave reviews by the New York Times, Gourmet Magazine, Food Arts, S.F. Chronicle, and Smithsonian Magazine.
  • A Cavalli Café– Just as a bar in Rome, the aroma of fresh, imported coffee from Italy fills the air. The sounds of spoken Italian can be heard over the music of Andrea Bocelli and other Italian artists, old photos of San Francisco’s Little Italy adorn the walls and usually a soccer game plays out on the TV in the background. Enjoy the best hand stuffed Cannoli in North Beach.
  • Located in the heart of North Beach, San Francisco, Mona Lisa serves authentic Italian cuisine. They have an extensive selection of homemade pasta, seafood, meat, and pizza. Walk and taste your way through North Beach, which was an actual beach, filled in with landfill around the late 19th century! Your tour awaits you and yours!
  • Visit Washington Park which has long been the heart of North Beach, home of Saint Peter and Paul which was seen in 1923’s film The Ten Commandments by Cecil D. DeMillie.
Be sure to come hungry!

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Sonoma Valley Wine Tour from San Francisco

Sonoma Valley Wine Tour from San Francisco - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$139.00

Join a full-day Sonoma Valley wine tasting tour and visit some of Sonoma’s finest wineries with a knowledgeable guide. You’ll learn about the wine-making process at three boutique wineries, stopping at the Golden Gate Bridge for magnificent views along the way ... More info ›

Join a full-day Sonoma Valley wine tasting tour and visit some of Sonoma’s finest wineries with a knowledgeable guide. You’ll learn about the wine-making process at three boutique wineries, stopping at the Golden Gate Bridge for magnificent views along the way. Enjoy a picnic lunch and head to Sonoma’s Spanish-style plaza for additional chocolate and cheese tastings. Round-trip hotel transport by mini-bus with narration on San Francisco history is included. Numbers are limited to 14 to ensure a personalized experience on this small-group tour.

Your full-day wine tasting tour starts with pickup at your hotel in San Francisco and then heads north with a photo stop at the Golden Gate Bridge, where you can enjoy the views of the bay and the Marin Headlands. Relax on the mini-bus with onboard narration about San Francisco’s fascinating history and neighborhoods. Bottled water is provided for the duration of the tour.

Continue your small-group tour to Sonoma Valley, home to famous California wines and artisanal cheeses. Journey through the rolling hills of Sonoma and stop at three boutique wineries, enjoying five to six tastings of several varietals at each location. Each winery has been carefully selected for its unique character, knowledgeable staff and lovely ambience, ensuring you visit some of the region’s finest venues and sample award-winning wines. (See winery descriptions below.)

Throughout the day, you’ll learn about the area and its vineyards from your informative guide, and receive a detailed explanation about the wine-making process. At Larson Family Winery, located in the heart of Sonoma Valley, enjoy a picnic with a box lunch full of goodies like a deli sandwich, side salad, cookie and bottled water. Wine is available for purchase by the bottle at the winery if you wish to enjoy some with lunch.

In the middle of the tour, enjoy a one-hour visit to Sonoma’s downtown, where restaurants and specialty shops border a charming historic plaza. There are chocolate and cheese tastings available if you like.

Afterward, board the mini-bus for the return trip to your San Francisco hotel, ready to impress your friends with your newfound love of Sonoma Valley wines.

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Alcatraz and Walking Craft Beer Combo Tour

Alcatraz and Walking Craft Beer Combo Tour - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$117.00

Combine an independent visit to San Francisco's popular Alcatraz Island in the morning with a craft beer walking tour in the afternoon. Ride a round-trip ferry across San Francisco Bay and explore the infamous prison by award-winning audio guide ... More info ›

Combine an independent visit to San Francisco's popular Alcatraz Island in the morning with a craft beer walking tour in the afternoon. Ride a round-trip ferry across San Francisco Bay and explore the infamous prison by award-winning audio guide. Later, meet up with a guide and get insider perspectives of SF neighborhoods and craft beer at three local bars in Fisherman's Wharf and North Beach.

Alcatraz (morning)
Before your scheduled departure time, use your voucher to pick up your admission ticket to Alcatraz at Pier 33. After boarding the ferry, ride across San Francisco Bay and see views of the city skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge en route to Alcatraz Island. Disembark and walk up to the prison site, then slip on provided audio headphones for a 45-minute audio tour of the cell house. You'll hear about former criminals like Al Capone and listen to narration by former inmates and prison guards.

Ferries depart Alcatraz every 30 to 40 minutes; after ferrying back to mainland, make your way back to Fisherman's Wharf in time for your beer walking tour in the afternoon.

Beer walking tour (afternoon)
This 3.5-hour guided tour is a premier way for beer lovers to enjoy some of the city's top attractions and tasty beverages in two of San Francisco's most scenic neighborhoods: Fisherman's Wharf and North Beach. With a small group of no more than 12 participants, you're accompanied by a craft beer enthusiast to three local bars. Hear historical accounts and fascinating stories while you stroll and take advantage of photo ops.

Of course, your tour is as much about beer as it is about the city, so you will take frequent breaks from sightseeing to sample some of the best craft beer the Bay Area has to offer (beer and snacks included). Gain insight into the San Francisco beer scene, brewing techniques, beer styles, and more. Finish with recommendations by your guide about brewpubs and more places to eat and drink after the tour.

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San Francisco Coastal Walking Tours

San Francisco Coastal Walking Tours - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$55.00

See the scenic and wild north coast of San Francisco and the Golden Gate in the most memorable way: on foot. These easy-going, half-day walking tours are infused with California history and led by expert local guides along the beautiful, unspoiled coast on the City's edge ... More info ›

See the scenic and wild north coast of San Francisco and the Golden Gate in the most memorable way: on foot. These easy-going, half-day walking tours are infused with California history and led by expert local guides along the beautiful, unspoiled coast on the City's edge. Meander along coastal foot paths and trails to hidden beaches, rocky bluffs and views so naturally stunning you will forget that a major city is directly behind you. Dip your feet in the Pacific and enjoy the fresh salt-air and brisk ocean breezes. Photographers will love the panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the high bluffs of the Marin Headlands. Our walking tours will be the best miles you'll ever enjoy on foot!

You'll experience the natural side of San Francisco, where the city meets the sea. We walk on easy coastal trails and footpaths that offer a true escape from the bustling city streets. We have three different tours:
  Our four-hour Bridge to Beach walk begins with a short visit to Fort Point, a Civil War-era military fort located dramatically just under the Golden Gate Bridge. We then climb up to the Golden Gate Bridge Overlook for a unique view of one of the world's greatest landmarks. We follow a high bluff along the Coastal Trail, visiting pocket beaches, to hidden vantage points where you'll enjoy some of the finest views of the Bridge. Reaching nearly mile-long Baker Beach, we take a break for lunch then loop back via a higher trail for panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Marin Headlands. Transportation to starting/ending point are not provided. Bring your own lunch. 
Our Sausalito to Golden Gate Bridge walk starts at the Sausalito ferry landing in the quaint, Mediterranean village of Sausalito. We walk along a stunning waterfront to Fort Baker and Horseshoe Cove before making a gradual ascent to a spectacular overlook just above the Golden Gate Bridge. Photographers will delight in the unique, panoramic views of the Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate. Transportation to starting/ending point are not provided. Bring your own lunch. 

Our Lands End walk, also four hours long, heads along the rugged northwestern shore of San Francisco and captures the very best of the Golden Gate's coastal scenery and nature. Starting from the Lands End Visitor Center, we descend to the ruins of Sutro Baths--a turn-of-century swimming palace--then up to Sutro Park for a panoramic view of long and broad Ocean Beach before heading out along woodsy Lands End for a loop walk along the coast, descending to beautiful Mile Rock Beach along the way. Transportation to starting/ending point are not provided. Bring your own lunch.

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The New Classic San Francisco Bike Tour

The New Classic San Francisco Bike Tour - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$64.00

There’s no better way to immerse yourself in the magic of San Francisco than on a bicycle. The New Classic is your introduction to the city’s colorful history and modern culture, with stops in its most vibrant neighborhoods, including the Mission, Castro, Haight-Ashbury, and Alamo Square.

On this bike tour you will learn how SF has been shaped by waves of settlers, from Spanish missionaries to Silicon Valley techies, each redefining the city in its own way ... More info ›

There’s no better way to immerse yourself in the magic of San Francisco than on a bicycle. The New Classic is your introduction to the city’s colorful history and modern culture, with stops in its most vibrant neighborhoods, including the Mission, Castro, Haight-Ashbury, and Alamo Square.

On this bike tour you will learn how SF has been shaped by waves of settlers, from Spanish missionaries to Silicon Valley techies, each redefining the city in its own way. Join us as we pedal past dazzling murals, Victorian row houses, famous viewpoints, thriving commercial districts, and gems of Golden Gate Park. You’ll come away with new perspectives on the city, and you’ll have plenty of ideas about where to go next.

But what about the hills? We’ve minimized the hills and use the gentlest ascents possible. The route is designed for anyone comfortable on a bike with a modest level of fitness. We don’t stop for lunch on this tour, but we do include a snack stop.

Neighborhoods visited:
Hayes Valley, Alamo Square, Nopa, Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, Lower Haight, the Castro, the Mission, Civic Center.

 

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