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Our most recommended Financial District Tours

  • San Francisco: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour with Alcatraz Ticket

    1. San Francisco: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour with Alcatraz Ticket

    Get a huge amount of choice for sightseeing in San Fransisco in one go—access to the hop-on hop-off city tour route, a special night tour, and tickets to the Alcatraz Island for a self-guided audio tour of the notorious prison. 

    Audio guides are available in a variety of languages but the hop-on hop-off tour is only available in English. With open double-decker buses and a guide on each one, you can see just about everything and learn just as much.

    You can get to all the most famous spots in the city, and 48 hours is enough time to go back and visit your favorites again. Official City Loop highlights include:

    The Palace of Fine Arts

    North Vista Point where you can take photos of Golden Gate Bridge

    Golden Gate Park where you c...

    The tour was very organized. The tour guides were very good in explaining the property. The Self-guided tour was thorough as well.

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

    2. 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...

  • San Francisco: Tech Company Walking Tour

    3. San Francisco: Tech Company Walking Tour

    Start the tour in front of the Mozilla San Francisco office. Stroll through the Financial District and discover why so many tech companies choose to have their headquarters in the city. Visit the exterior of some of their offices and hear about the humble beginnings of many of these companies. Learn about their rise to becoming some of the most recognizable brands in the world. Hear about the fierce competitiveness and the power of "pivoting."  Stop outside the offices of the likes of Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and many more as you discover why Silicon Valley become the global hub of the tech world. Enjoy multiple photo opportunities at each stop, before ending the tour close to Montgomery BART station.

  • San Francisco: Open-Top Tour Sunset Experience

    4. San Francisco: Open-Top Tour Sunset Experience

    Head to Fisherman’s Wharf and hop onboard an open-top bus for your panoramic tour of San Francisco. Begin with a cruise along the Embarcadero Waterfront and soak up epic views of the Bay Bridge and the iconic Ferry Building. Travel across the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island, where you have a 30 minute stop to admire the view, accompanied by a complimentary drink. From this unique vantage point, marvel at the vista of the entire city skyline at the exact time the sun goes down. Admire the city’s landscape transform with color, taking on a new personality as night draws in. After the sunset, head back over the bridge into the bright lights of the glowing city. Drive through the bustling Financial District up to Nob Hill, where the tour stops at the ornate, Gothic-style Grace Cathedral. The location is famous for its impressive view down to California Street, the Ferry Building, and Bay Bri...

  • San Francisco: City Highlights Walking Tour

    5. San Francisco: City Highlights Walking Tour

    Get an insider’s view of San Francisco’s most vibrant downtown neighborhoods on a small-group walking tour of Fisherman’s Wharf, North Beach, Chinatown, and Union Square. Begin your urban walking adventure by meeting your guide at the northern end of Fisherman’s Wharf. Take in views of the bay, the stunning Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz.  Find yourself at the famous former chocolate factory in Ghirardelli Square and then stroll along the waterfront as you drool over numerous stalls selling Dungeness crab and the famous clam chowder in sourdough bread bowls. Make your way to Pier 39 to meet the colony of sea lions and head towards San Francisco’s Little Italy neighborhood. Soak in all the aromas from the numerous bakeries and restaurants that line the streets of North Beach.  Turn the corner and take a few steps down to a very different neighborhood, Chinatown. Marvel at the colorf...

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What people are saying about Financial District

Highly recommend to start right at 8:00am. Not enough time to see and do everything at each stop. So plan ahead which stop you want to get off at for activities, etc. vs. which stops you just want to drive through and see. Very convenient stops. Timely pick ups. Didn’t have to wait longer than 10 minutes. Highly recommended if you are traveling with people with walking impairment.

My experience was great! Employees were all kind and courteous and drivers were safe and sometimes humorous. However, I did buy this as part of a package so I did not know that it came with extra perks. For example, it included passes to Madame Toussad’s but we paid to get in earlier in the week. Maybe you could share that in someway well ahead of the activity.

Learned a lot of Alcatraz, Night tour was okay, HOHO bus was great, would have liked a stop at both sides of Golden Gate bridge to give an option to walk the GGB.

Great value for money.

We managed to see everything we wanted by jumping on & off this bus. Excellent value for money, especially as it included a trip to Alcatraz which was amazing.

Blake the guide is the best. His stories kept us laughing the whole time.