See the most fascinating and memorable areas of San Francisco while going to specific areas that only the smaller touring cars can get to. See the sights that make San Francisco famous while you tour through the Embarcadero, the Painted Ladies of Alamo Square, Haight-Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and Fort Point (Golden Gate Bridge). This tour includes stops at Chinatown's Fortune Cookie Factory.
The first stop will be Telegraph Hill where you'll see a beautiful view of Coit Tower from Levi Plaza. Drive through the antiques district of Jackson Square on our way out to the aroma filled North Beach. On Nob Hill, you'll see famous buildings from movies such as Bullitt, Vertigo, and the Rock. We'll then take you down to the Fortune Cookie Factory in Chinatown and let you off so that you can see how those little destiny predictors are made. We'll then go down through the Financial District to Union Square; then pass by Market Street on the way to City Hall. Everyone can hop off the Toad at City Hall to take the famous picture of our gold-trimmed monument.
Then you'll get to take your own postcard picture at the beautiful Victorian Painted Ladies of Alamo Square. We'll drive you through the psychedelic Haight-Ashbury district and get out to Golden Gate Park. Here, you'll get a restroom stop and a chance to read some of the history of Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach. We'll then drive up to the Cliff House and Palace of the Legion of Honor, where many famous works of art lay. Then, we'll take you out to Fort Point where you'll get to hop out and get your picture taken at the Golden Gate Bridge.
To finish off the tour, we'll go through the gorgeous mansions of Pacific Heights and the bohemian village of Russian Hill. Once we get back to the wharf, we'll split ways with a friendly Aroooga from the horn and a smile from our driver knowing that you had the time of your life!
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