Take our San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf Walking Tour, one of the city’s busiest tourist areas.
• Fisherman’s Wharf – Behind the Scenes
• World-famous Cable Cars
• Famous Lombard Street
• Hidden alleys of North Beach
• Coit Tower and its popular views
• Incredible stairs of Telegraph Hill
• Washington Square
• Great photo stop opportunities
• Available Fridays & Mondays only
Fisherman’s Wharf is one of the city’s most popular areas, with plenty to see and do. The best way to get around that place is by walking. You’ll be led by a knowledgeable guide on your Fisherman’s Wharf walking tour expedition where you’ll learn about the history of this extraordinary San Francisco neighborhood.
Fisherman’s Wharf will intrigue you with their history, during the California Gold Rush many important events took place here. You will visit the world famous Cable Cars on this walking tour and even get your picture taken with one! Lombard Street is yet another attraction! Several movies and television shows made use of Lombard Street for their scenes. Discover with your guide a hidden staircase and path that winds up to Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill, once at the top you can enjoy spectacular views from all over the city.
On this tour you’ll gain local insights into San Francisco‘s Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood. Explore the place, take amazing pictures of Lombard Street, Telegraph Hill, Coit Tower and more!
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