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  • San Francisco Hop-On Hop-Off: Classic, Premium or Deluxe

    1. San Francisco Hop-On Hop-Off: Classic, Premium or Deluxe

    San Francisco Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Loop:

    Stop 1: Pier 41 (End of Powell St), Fisherman's Wharf 

    Stop 2: Washington Square – Corner of Columbus and Union Streets

    Stop 3: Embarcadero Center – Corner of Clay and Battery Streets

    Stop 4: Ferry Building - 1 Market Street, between Stuart and Spear Streets

    Stop 5: Union Square South – Geary Street across from Macy’s Entrance 

    Stop 6: Hilton Hotel – Corner of Mason and Ellis Streets 

    Stop 7: Civic Center - Fulton Street between Larkin and Hyde

    Stop 8: Alamo Square/Painted Ladies - Corner of Fell and Pierce Streets

    Stop 9: Haight Ashbury - Corner of Haight and Shrader Streets 

    Stop 10: Golden Gate Park - Music Concourse Drive Golden Gate Park

    Stop 11: Golden Gate Bridge- North Vista Point Main Parking Area

    Stop 12: Palace of Fine Arts – Corner of Rich...

    2 things to improve: they should give you a map when you first get on so you know which stops are closest to the sites you want to see. And both headphone jacks were on the same side, so my husband's cord was stretched across me the entire time.

  • San Francisco Vista Helicopter Tour (15-20 minute tour)

    2. San Francisco Vista Helicopter Tour (15-20 minute tour)

    Take in an amazing bird’s-eye view of San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area with a popular helicopter flight. Choose from three different departure times and pick-ups at either Union Square, Nob Hill, or Fisherman’s Wharf, and relax on the ride to the launch pad. After a safety briefing, climb aboard the Bell Jet helicopter and launch into the air for an unforgettable vista of the world-famous city.   Admire the unique landscape of the city, which spans the tip of a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. Hover over landmarks like Alcatraz Island, the Transamerica pyramid, the Ferry Building, Ghirardelli Square, Coit Tower, and AT&T Park. With informative narration from your expert pilot, view both the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge. For the ultimate thrill, and when weather conditions permit, fly over and under the Golden Gate Bridge. Throughout the 15 to 20...

    First helicopter ride and was one I will repeat! It was very enjoyable and and pilot was remarkable!!

  • San Francisco: 2.5 Hour City Segway Tour

    3. San Francisco: 2.5 Hour City Segway Tour

    Enjoy a 2.5-hour guided Segway tour of San Francisco and see many of the city’s major attractions from the back of a unique, self-balancing vehicle. Following a brief orientation of how to use the transport mode of the future, glide serenely down to the colorful waterfront of Fisherman's Wharf. Get great views of the Golden Gate Bridge and stop at the boutique stores of Ghirardelli Square for a spot of window shopping. Look over the bay to Alcatraz, the infamous prison that was home to some of the most notorious criminals, including Al Capone and the "Birdman of Alcatraz." Visit Hyde Street Pier, home of the world's largest collection of historic ships, and get a bird’s eye view of more restored boats at Aquatic Park. See the USS Pampanito Submarine, commissioned in 1943 for multiple war patrols from 1944-1945. Then admire the iconic Transamerica Pyramid as you swoop into the heart ...

    My two sons (13 and 16) and I had a blast on the Segway tour. It was so fun riding, seeing the sights, and learning some interesting history of the city. Jack was a fantastic guide.

  • San Francisco: 2-Hour Private Group Tuk Tuk Night Tour

    4. San Francisco: 2-Hour Private Group Tuk Tuk Night Tour

    Experience San Francisco by night in a tuk-tuk, a modern-day rickshaw that puts nothing between you and the sparkling City by the Bay. Have a blast on a 2-hour private group tour, enjoy panoramic views, and listen to live commentary from your guides. During your tour, marvel at the majestic Golden Gate Bridge and ominous Alcatraz Island from bustling Fisherman's Wharf. Cruise through the back alleys of Chinatown, breathe in the delicious aromas of dinners in North Beach, and feed your Instagram with glittering shots of the most gorgeous city in the world. Tours start at Fisherman’s Wharf at Umbrella Alley. Private tours are limited to 5 adult riders per tuk-tuk (or 6 riders if the group includes children and adults). Tour highlights include: • Fisherman's Wharf, Dungeness crab stands, and picturesque fishing harbors • Maritime Park and historic ships at Hyde Street Pier • Marina Gree...

  • Streets of San Francisco Electric Bike Tour

    5. Streets of San Francisco Electric Bike Tour

    Enjoy a half-day electric bike tour around the back alleys of San Francisco, exploring North Beach’s Little Italy district up-close. Get panoramic views of the iconic Transamerica Pyramid building, and much more. The flat route takes in the Barbary Coast and San Francisco’s historic supper clubs. Find out how the neighborhoods have transformed from scandalous to sparkling. Cycle around the Giants’ Oracle Ball Park, and into the culturally rich Mission, Castro, and Haight Ashbury neighborhoods. Look at the ever-changing street art scene, and see the locals who rule each area to make their communities unique. Go to Nopa, and take in the charming Painted Ladies of Alamo Square, before visiting the Civic Center. Pedal to Polk Gulch, San Francisco’s original gay neighborhood. Finish your tour with at look at Aquatic Park, before cycling to Fisherman’s Wharf.

    Covered a lot of ground and many sights and areas of San Francisco that would otherwise have taken days. Adam the guide was extremely knowledgable-what he didn’t know wasn’t worth knowing!!

  • Alcatraz Ticket & Streets of San Francisco E-Bike Tour

    6. Alcatraz Ticket & Streets of San Francisco E-Bike Tour

    Cross San Francisco Bay on a journey to the notorious Alcatraz Prison by ferry. This world-famous prison served as a federal penitentiary from 1934 to 1963 and housed infamous criminals like Al Capone and Robert Stroud, the Birdman. Take the award-winning 45-minute Cellhouse audio tour and hear the tales of those who lived in Alcatraz. This tour brings history alive through the recounting of tales from correctional officers and prisoners. Your bike tour will take place the previous day at 11:00. On this 4-hour bike tour you’ll explore the back alleys of North Beach’s Little Italy and have up-close views of the iconic Transamerica Pyramid Building. See Barbary Coast and San Francisco’s historic supper clubs. Find out how the neighborhoods have transformed from scandalous to sparkling.  You’ll ride around the Giants’ Oracle ball park, and into the culturally rich Mission, Castro, and Hai...

    Great location but the birds ruin it. Faeces everywhere as its illegal to move them on from this registered wildlife sanctuary. Do something about this as it really puts a downer on the experience. The smell is that bad!!!!

  • San Francisco Segway Sunset Tour

    7. San Francisco Segway Sunset Tour

    See 3 of San Francisco’s most enchanting neighborhoods during sunset and at night on a 2.5-hour Segway tour with guide. Meet your guide at Fisherman’s Wharf, where you will get a 45-50 minute training session to familiarize yourself with the self-balancing Segways. Then, glide through North Beach, best known as San Francisco’s Little Italy. Stop at Washington Square Park and learn about the Beat Generation that used to frequent the area. Then, continue to Chinatown, a veritable city within a city. See the hidden alleys of the largest Chinese community outside of Asia. Enjoy romantic night views of the Transamerica Pyramid and Ferry Building. The tour will then loop back from the edge of the Financial District towards the Wharf. Cruise past historic piers along the Embarcadero, while San Francisco Bay glitters against the night. Your next stop is Fisherman’s Wharf, gliding past picture...

    Great way to see the different neighborhoods of SF! I’m a native and I still explores areas I really hadn’t seen before! Would do it again in a heartbeat!

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What people are saying about Transamerica Pyramid

I was very happy with this tour. I had never been to San Francisco and this helped me see everything and get a feel for the city. I learned a lot of interesting history and saw more than I would have on my own. Just remember to bring a coat! I knew it woukd be cooler than I am used to in Arizona, but I didn't expect to be so cold!

2 things to improve: they should give you a map when you first get on so you know which stops are closest to the sites you want to see. And both headphone jacks were on the same side, so my husband's cord was stretched across me the entire time.

The only way to see San Francisco, no worries about the traffic. Excellent narration and history of the city.

The staff were so nice , I really love it , thank you

It was easy and great . Showed all the great places