Morning Guided San Francisco City Tour with Bike Rental
Visit San Francisco’s top attractions on a guided bus tour, then on your bike!
- See San Francisco’s top attractions like the Haight-Ashbury, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Castro
- Make stops to photograph and experience the Palace of Fine Arts, Golden Gate Bridge, Land’s End, Twin Peaks and the Mission
- Hear guided tour narration in your own language
- Exploring more attractions on a bike, at your own pace
- Pick up at two convenient San Francisco hotels
- 24-hour bike rental in Fisherman’s Wharf
- Local expert guide commentary in English
- Foreign language audios available (specify at checkout)
What’s Not Included
- Meals or beverages
- Guide gratuity
Please note: Bike rentals can sell out during summer. Book as soon as possible to guarantee your seat.
Ride in comfort before you float the bay as you tour the city’s top attractions, on this San Francisco City tour plus Bike Rental. Our city insider guide goes way beyond a “hop-on, hop-off” experience to deliver a fully-narrated San Francisco sightseeing adventure. Your comprehensive 4-hour morning City Tour ends in style with a 24-hour bike rental.
Stop #1 – Palace of Fine Arts
After a morning pickup at one of two convenient San Francisco locations, your city tour will begin on San Francisco’s waterfront in the popular Fisherman’s Wharf before rolling through the Marina District on your way to your first stop. At the lovely and hinstagrammable Palace of Fine Arts, you will have the chance to stop and photograph the historic building, grounds, and stunningly beautiful lagoon.
Stop #2 – Golden Gate Bridge
Continue to the most iconic stop at the Golden Gate Bridge. Spend 10-15 minutes at a perfect vista point taking photos and creating memories.
Stop #3 – Land’s End
The next stop on your San Francisco City Highlights tour will be the historic Land’s End where you can stretch your legs while overlooking Sutro Baths and the Pacific Ocean coastline. Later, you will be blown away by the beauty of Golden Gate Park as you ride past Dutch windmills, Queen Wilhelmina’s tulip garden, the bison paddock, and old redwood and eucalyptus groves. Next, we’ll take you through the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, where you can see some of San Francisco’s famous Victorian homes, known for their iconic architecture.
Stop #4 – Twin Peaks
Fog-permitting, the next stop on this tour gives you a birds-eye-view of the whole Bay Area from atop Twin Peaks. Here, you’ll get an amazing panoramic view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Mount Tamalpais, Mount Diablo, the whole Bay and more from the viewpoint sitting 1,000 feet above sea level. To say it’s breathtaking would be an understatement!
Stop #5 – Mission District
The last stop will immerse you in the history of San Francisco’s early settlements, from Native Americans to Spanish missionaries. Learn more about Misión San Francisco de Asís, locally known as Mission Dolores, one of California’s oldest and most historically important missions, and the site of the fledgling settlement of Yerba Buena, that would one day grow up to become San Francisco.
Keep the Fun Going Using Pedal Power to Reach More Attractions.
Pick up your 24-hour bike rental in Fisherman’s Wharf where you can enjoy an easy, flat ride to Pier 39, Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory, Marina District, and Presidio. Finish off with a late lunch or early dinner in North Beach Little Italy.
Things to Know About This Tour:
Children under the age of 8 must have an appropriate child seat for the city tour.
08:30 AM to 10:00 AM - Pick up, Palace of Fine Arts
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Golden Gate Bridge and Land’s End
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Golden Gate Park and Twin Peaks
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM - Mission District, Bike Pick up
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM (or later) Hours of Free Time on Your Bike
Times listed are approximations. Traffic and unforeseen events can cause delays.
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