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Denise
Mountain Top, Pa

San Francisco

local tour guide

I'm looking for a local tour guide who can do a private tour for 3 of all cool things San Francisco! Any suggestions? We'll be there in May. 


4 Answers

answered first by
Krista from San Francisco

Hi Denise,

There's *so much* to see and do! I'd plan to check out (trying to cluster things by location so you can plan accordingly):

I could go on and on, so if you need more check out my extended list of faves here . Feel free to let me know if you have specific Qs; I'll do my best to answer! 

Have a fabulous trip,
Krista


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  1. Crissy Field (attraction)
  2. Palace of Fine Arts (attraction)
  3. Golden Gate Bridge (attraction)
  4. Golden Gate Park (attraction)
  5. De Young Museum (attraction)
  6. California Academy of Sciences (attraction)
  7. Ocean Beach (attraction)
  8. Sutro Baths (attraction)
  9. Lands End (attraction)
  10. North Beach (neighborhood)
  11. Tony’s Pizza Napoletana (restaurant)
  12. Il Casaro (restaurant)
  13. Jack Kerouac Alley (attraction)
  14. Pier 39 (attraction)
  15. Ferry Building Marketplace (attraction)
  16. Mission District (neighborhood)
  17. Dolores Park (attraction)
  18. Valencia St (attraction)
  19. Craftsman and Wolves (restaurant)
  20. Tartine bakery (restaurant)
  21. Bi-Rite Creamery (restaurant)
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answered by
David

I could maybe do it on a Saturday! Just cover my meals (We'll eat together and local)! 


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answered by
Fritzi from San Francisco

I work as an SF tour guide and I offer these suggestions. Depending upon your budget you could take either a private city tour with a driver (RLM is excellent but expensive), or a hop on hop off bus for about $50. You will get an overview of the major attractions. 

Then you can decide where to concentrate your visit and where you want to spend your time. 

SF city transportation is excellent. 511.org web site will provide routes around the city via "muni" (municipal transport) bus system.  

Most visitors love to visit the Golden Gate Bridge and take a bay cruise. 

Feel free to contact me at fritzikay@aol.com if you want to chat more about your trip.


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answered by
Elliott from San Francisco

Denise, I would suggest getting in touch with http://www.wokwiz.com/, offering private or small group tours of San Francisco's Chinatown, the largest in North America. 

The Wok Wiz Chinatown tour is offered on a daily basis, offered with or without lunch. Hear fascinating stories about the first Chinese immigrants to arrive in San Francisco during the Gold Rush.

Each of the Wok Wiz tour leaders speak fluent Cantonese, making it a richer experience as you may visit a local herbalist, an art gallery, tea purveyor, Chinese temple, and our own "farmers market" — produce markets. Learn about the beautiful and ornate architecture in this area, and the best places to shop for souvenirs, jewelry, and linens.

Complete the Chinatown stroll with a delicious dim sum luncheon at one of the oldest restaurants in Chinatown. The Wok Wiz tour leaders stay to host lunch and to answer any questions.






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