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San Francisco Love Tour

From US$48.00
Highlights
  • Tour San Francisco with a guide who knows the quickest ways around traffic 
  • This ’70s-era VW bus travels on streets that larger buses can’t go down
  • Hear stories about famous musicians and artists who lived in San Francisco
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San Francisco Love Tour
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Overview
On this San Francisco tour, drive down the very steep and crooked Lombard Street, and around neighborhoods such as the Mission, the Castro, and North Beach without worrying about getting around or parking. Venture down streets other bigger bus tours can’t go, and get in the loving spirit the City by the Bay is well known for as you spot famous musicians’ homes while listening to classic 1960s songs.
What to Expect

This groovy San Francisco tour meets at Fisherman’s Wharf. Once you greet your guide, hop aboard a ’70s-era VW bus, complete with shag carpet, beaded curtains, and hippie vibes. Your tour bus can hold up to only six passengers, so it’s an intimate experience with lots of personalized attention.

As you ride through San Francisco’s colorful neighborhoods such as Chinatown, North Beach, the Mission, and the Castro, your guide tells you all about the city’s history and culture.

Drive down Lombard Street and pass the homes of famous musicians such as Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix. Learn about the city’s past and present during this guided tour as you rock out to classic 1960s songs in between your guide’s fun facts. Your tour also stops at the Golden Gate Bridge for a photo opp of one of the world’s most famous bridges.

Your San Francisco tour ends back at Fisherman’s Wharf.
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Informative, interesting and fun!

I loved this tour! The VW bus itself, and tour guide (in her first week BTW), were so much fun and she was very informative. All over San Francisco, people waved at us and made the peace sign too. I recommend that you do this...More

Thank Steve R
Reviewed 6 days ago
Wonderful !

Eri was our guide for this tour, and he was very funny and interesting. A good way to see and learn about the "real" San Francisco. We can go on streets that big tourist bus can't, and the small group (6 max) made us feel...More

Thank C1233PEanner
Reviewed 6 days ago
Exactly as Advertised!!!

It was everything they advertised and more. The other reviewers have done a great job with tour details so I will focus on a few side notes: #1: We decided to officially start our 4 day San Francisco vacation with the "Love Tour". This proved...More

Thank ldchicago
Reviewed 6 days ago
AMAZING!!!!

If you ever wanted to know all the ins and outs of San Francisco, this is the way to go. Bob was our driver/tour guide. He is a true San Franciscan that loves his city and can tell you some amazing facts. We went everywhere...More

Thank Tracey M
Reviewed 1 week ago
A Must Do !

This was fun both for the teenagers in the family and the parents! We only had 2 days in San Fransisco and to go on this tour made us see the whole city. Bob was the best guide ever who had great knowledge about the...More

Thank Nina S
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cmillerpurple1
5 April 2018|
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Response from Martyn P | Reviewed this property |
I am not the tour organiser, just a satisfied customer. When we took the tour we were just two and there were two other couples who had booked separately. I am sure that they would fit you in as a single person. It would be... More
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Critique411
3 April 2018|
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Response from hooeydopey86 | Reviewed this property |
It was about 2 hours. But I’m not sure about the two buses.
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