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    GoCar (49 Mile Drive from Union Square)

    GoCar Rentals Inc
    Are you wondering how you are going to see everything this city has to offer in just one trip? Well, if there was ever a right way to do it, it is with GoCar! A GoCar is a zippy, yellow, tiny two-seater that is fun and easy to drive. It is not only capable of GPS navigation, telling you when to turn, but will also tell you stories the whole way to make it a true guided, learning experience! Let GoCar guide you along the famous 49 mile drive past all the beaches, parks and districts San Francisco has to offer. Take as many options as you like, including a winding detour to the top of Twin Peaks, 922 ft above San Francisco, where on a clear day you can see an epic panoramic view of the 7 x 7 miles of San Francisco. Or descend down the hill to Alamo Square and the Painted Ladies, made famous by the popular TV show Full House. On top of all that, you will have the options to see Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill and more! You'll be taken places tour buses can't even go, like the houses of the rich and famous, San Francisco's crooked Lombard Street as well as the Marina waterfront. Take the road less traveled with GoCar today!
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    Alcatraz & Wine Country Combo Tour

    Green Dream Tours
    See Alcatraz the way it was meant to be seen: Drunk. During this full day affair, you'll start things off with a tour bus ride from Fisherman's Wharf to Sonoma Valley, stopping at the Golden Gate Bridge for a quick photoshoot. As you drive, you'll also enjoy narration on the history of San Francisco and its nearby Wine Country. First you'll stop in at Cline Cellars for your first tasting. Then you'll have a second tasting at the Larson Family Winery. At noon, you'll head back to Fisherman's Wharf for a couple hours of free time to grab lunch, sightsee, or keep that buzz going. Save a little time to walk or taxi to Pier 33, where you'll hop aboard a ferry to Alcatraz Island. Both the ferry ride and the tour of the prison are narrated, with a self-guided audio tour for the Cellhouse -- available in ten languages. Thankfully, the trip out to Alcatraz includes a return ticket. Intoxicated or not, spending the night in that place would be enough to give anyone the heebeejeebees!
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    Adventurous Horseback Tour

    San Francisco Fire Engine Tours
    Firetrucks and horses. Your inner child is going to have a field day with this tour. You'll be riding in a classic 1955 Mack Fire Truck (shiny red, of course) over the Golden Gate Bridge. This narrated, open-air ride will provide the perfect opportunity to check out the San Francisco skyline from up on high. Prior to the bridge, you'll tour the streets of San Francisco, and afterwards, the village of Sausalito. As though that's not enough, you'll also spend an hour exploring the California coastline on horseback. If you're worried about this tour being too eccentric, don't. It's San Francisco. You'll fit right in.
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    Four Peaks Tour

    Roam Local
    The Four Peaks area of San Francisco isn't just colorful -- It's a virtual rainbow. Considered one of the preeminent centers of global gay culture and LGBT activism in the world, this area is now among the most vibrant, hip places in the city. Over the sixties and seventies, multitudes of gay men and women started to move into the neighborhood and fix up homes that had fallen into disrepair in the area, eventually claiming the neighborhood as their own. Discover hidden alleys, staircases, and gardens on a 3.5 mile walk. Learn about the important history of the area, and find out why Four Peaks is lovingly known as "Eureka Valley" by the locals. While leisurely, tour involves many steps, which can be challenging. Exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking.
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    Classic Fire Engine Tour

    San Francisco Fire Engine Tours
    See the beauty of current San Francisco from atop a classic relic of its past. You'll roam through the city aboard a shiny, open air 1955 Mack Fire Truck -- just like the one you used to play with as a kid, but bigger! You even get to dress the part, with classic gear to keep you warm in the face of the bay breeze. Starting at Fisherman's Wharf, you'll head through the beautiful Presidio, then it's across the water over the Golden Gate Bridge to Fort Baker in Sausalito for photos, before heading up to the Marin Headlands boasting magnificent views of the City by the Bay. Return across the Golden Gate Bridge, winding your way through the famous Union Street shopping district. Enjoy a fun, novel way to see the stunning sights of San Francisco. It's a show on wheels!
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    Daring Divas of the Past Tour

    Foot! Fun Walking Tours
    From social activists to actresses to literary legends, San Francisco has been home to world-changing women. You'll walk in the footsteps of 10 ladies who left their legacy on the landscape, like Isadora Duncan, Maya Angelou, and Lillie Coit. Starting with the brave pioneer women who worked just as hard as the men, but in corsets, you'll meet the Madonna of the 1800's, learn the difference between SF's working girls and working women, and visit the street where three major divas' lives intersected. On this tour, you'll span both centuries and neighborhoods. Then, work your way through the theater district, Maiden Lane, Chinatown, and North Beach. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You'll answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. Learn about San Francisco's amazing history and the tough, talented woman who made it that way.
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    The Whole Shebang Tour

    Foot! Fun Walking Tours
    See just how diverse San Francisco really is as you wind your way through three distinctly different neighborhoods. The tour starts in swanky Nob Hill and moves down to the fancy shopping district Union Square, where you'll learn about San Francisco's early days. You'll head to the back alleys of America's largest Chinatown neighborhood, where you'll visit a fortune cookie factory. And then it's just steps to North Beach, the heart of the Italian Community and home of the Beatniks. Along the way, you'll see the sites of the Great Earthquake and the Fire of 1906, some Painted Ladies, and tons of classic cable cars and historic bars. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You'll answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. Get the full scope of everything San Francisco has to offer on this one-of-a-kind, whirlwind romp through the city.
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    SF in a Nutshell: The Nuts and Bolts of the City

    Foot! Fun Walking Tours
    Get down to the brass tacks of San Francisco's history, from its boomtown birth to its current position as the 10th largest city in America. Hit on all the major topics, like the Gold Rush and the invention of Levi's jeans. You'll play "Rolling J's" in Haight-Ashbury, visit the stunning entrance to Chinatown, the Pagoda Gate, and visit Lotta's Fountain, a memorial to the fire of 1906. This isn't one of those tours where you follow along, eyes glazing over as you try to absorb dry facts and figures. Interactive fun is at the heart of the tour. You'll answer questions, play games, and laugh along the way. In just two hours, you'll get a fun and fascinating overview of 150 years of San Francisco's history.
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    Original Tour

    San Francisco Native Tours
    Hungry for the real San Francisco? Get to know this eclectic city alongside a local guide and enjoy a bit of its famous cuisine while you're at it! You'll cover several of the city's most vital neighborhoods over the course of 2.5 hours, including the Financial District, North Beach, Chinatown, and Union Square. Laugh and learn with your guide as you hear historical facts, anecdotes, and a unique peek at the city's famously flavorful culture. Stop in at popular local eateries for tasty bites that might include artisanal cheeses and breads, pastries, cured meats, olives, dim sum, and fortune cookies! Some tours just taste better than others.
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    Early Access to Alcatraz and Cable Car Tour

    Get a head start on your day to enjoy more of your San Francisco sightseeing! Departing at 7:45am from Union Square, hop aboard a one-of-a-kind cable car bus. Converted from an authentic San Francisco cable car, this wheeled vehicle exudes the old-world charm of a classic cable car but gives you the freedom go anywhere and everywhere, not just along the tracks. Explore Chinatown and North Beach on your way to Pier 33 and enjoy a light breakfast on board. When you arrive, you'll be escorted onto the first ferry to Alcatraz. The early-bird ferry to Alcatraz is not sold anywhere else, so you get priority entrance to this world-renowned historic attraction! Leaving the hassle of big crowds behind, explore the prison grounds independently while enjoying the award-winning audio tour, which leads you on an immersive journey into the prison's intriguing past. Featuring life-like sound effects and real interviews from former inmates and cell guards, this tour lets you discover what life was like here for history's most notorious criminals, such as Machine Gun Kelly and Al Capone. After your tour, take the 11am ferry back to Pier 33. Hop back on the cable car bus with your guide and head to Boudin Bakery, a famous San Francisco-based bakery and restaurant. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the bread-making process to see how they make their famous sourdough French bread, and pick up your lunch to take with you on the cable car bus. Enjoy unobstructed views of iconic neighborhoods, Victorian houses and stunning San Francisco Bay as you cruise up and down the city's many hills. Because your wheeled cable car is unrestricted by wires and tracks, you'll get to cross the Golden Gate Bridge! Feel the wind in your hair as you travel along this world-renowned landmark, stopping for 15 minutes to capture great photos of this iconic landmark at Vista Point. Then, enjoy a scenic ride back to Union Square, arriving around 2pm.
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