San Francisco

Where Dreams Come True

San Francisco is home to a little bit of everything! Ride a cable car to Union Square, the heart of the city, or to Chinatown, the oldest and one of the largest in the USA.

If you’re feeling energetic, walk down the ‘Crookedest Street in the World’, Lombard Street. Waterfront marketplaces and sea lions basking in the sun are just part of the attraction of Fisherman’s Wharf. Tour the historical and eerie Alcatraz and head to Vista Point for the best views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Just 45 minutes north of San Francisco is Sonoma County, home to over 500 wineries. Travel through the Napa Valley countryside and stop at one of the many wineries for a cellar tasting. Head to Yosemite National Park for some of the best views and hiking trails in the country. 

Eat & Drink

• Try clam chowder in a bread bowl at Boudin Sourdough at Fisherman’s Wharf 
• Visit St Francis Winery & Vineyards for artisan wines in Santa Rosa

We Recommend

  • See the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome at Yosemite National Park.
  • Watch the sea lions basking in the sun on PIER 39 DO.
  • Walk or cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • Take a ride on a cable car.

Discover San Francisco's unforgettable activities

San Francisco’s Hidden Gems

Experience San Francisco’s most vibrant neighborhoods and spectacular views from the top of an open double decker bus at night. Travel along the vibrant pier, through Russian Hill and Nob Hill with its impressive Grace Cathedral. Continue through Chinatown, then cross Bay Bridge and admire the spectacular art installation of lights. Head to Treasure Island for the best views of the San Francisco skyline.

San Francisco City Tour With Alcatraz

Discover the great city of San Francisco and infamous Alcatraz prison. Board the ferry to Alcatraz Island, where you will enjoy an audio guide and hear stories from actual guards and inmates. In the afternoon, see San Francisco’s popular sights including Lombard Street, Coit Tower, the Palace of Fine Arts and cross the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. See the city’s rugged coastline and stop cliff-side for views of the ‘City by the Bay’.

Go San Francisco Explorer Pass 

The Go San Francisco Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility. Save up to 50% off retail prices on admission to 2, 3, 4, or 5 attractions of your choice from over 25 options. Enjoy the flexibility to choose attractions as you go and take up to 60 days to use your pass. Attractions include Escape from the Rock, Aquarium of the Bay, California Academy of Sciences and San Francisco Bay Cruise.

City And Wine

Discover the major landmarks of San Francisco including the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, Union Square, Chinatown and Pier 39 on the Hop-On Hop-Off City tour. Explore the many museums in Golden Gate Park. Make your own way back to your hotel for your coach pick up for the half day wine tour. Spend the afternoon exploring the wineries of Sonoma county. Visit two wineries and learn about the process of wine making. Enjoy wine tastings at both of the wineries.

Monterey, Carmel & 17 Mile

Travel along California’s scenic Pacific Coast Highway 1 to the beautiful Monterey Peninsula, famous for its spectacular ocean views, abundant wildlife and historic past. Stop at Cannery Row and visit shops and restaurants overlooking the Pacific and the Monterey Aquarium. Travel the famous 17 Mile Drive, see Pebble Beach Golf Course and make some photo stops along this gorgeous drive. The tour continues to Carmel-bythe-Sea, a charming town with beautiful architecture.

Silicon Valley Tech Tour 

Explore the incomparable Silicon Valley, global centre of technology and innovation. Learn about the history and context as you visit the world famous Apple campus and the Computer History Museum. See some of the first mega-computers and commercially-produced machines. In the afternoon, take a selfie at the Google Campus and see the iconic Facebook ‘thumbs up’ sign, before commuting back to San Francisco.

Muir Woods & Sausalito Morning Tour

Travel across the Golden Gate Bridge and through the rugged mountains of Marin County. Stop at Muir Woods National Monument, where ancient groves of giant redwoods tower over Redwood Creek. Next, visit the beautiful coastal town of Sausalito, a gorgeous Mediterranean-style village, with quaint shops, art galleries and waterfront restaurants. Have the option to return from Sausalito by ferry.