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San Francisco Walking Tour: Fishermans Wharf to the Golden Gate Bridge
"Experience the natural side of San Francisco where the city meets the sea on our easy-going walk along the San Francisco's northern waterfront. We walk on easy coastal trails and footpaths that offer a true escape from the bustling city streets to refreshing panoramic bay views. Our guides offer a glimpse into the rich history of the Bay and Golden Gate a story that goes back thousands of years to the settlements of Coastal Miwok and Oholone Indians the 16th century European exploration of the California Coast the establishment of forts and missions in the Spanish era
From $49.00
 
San Francisco City Insider Tour with Optional Bay Cruise and Ferry to Sausalito
"You’ll be picked up from your downtown or Fisherman’s Wharf hotel in San Francisco and taken on a 4- to 5-hour city tour aboard a comfortable minivan. Your guide will show you must-see attractions such as Union Square Chinatown Haight-Ashbury Twin Peaks and North Beach and will also take you to off the beaten path places offering you a unique experience of the city from a local’s perspective. Your tour is semi-customizable so you can request places you’d like to see. Simply let your guide know which attractions you'd like to stop at to enjoy photo opportunities. If option selected
From $65.00
 
San Francisco Bay Cruise Adventure
"Take advantage of prime photo opportunities with unobstructed views in every direction aboard a 60-minute bay cruise. Sail past the famous PIER 39 sea lions and along San Francisco’s historic waterfront revealing the city’s fascinating skyline. This comfortable San Francisco Bay Cruise tour has both indoor and outdoor seating with full narration describing major landmarks as you sail by them. You haven’t experienced San Francisco until you’ve taken a Ba Spanish Mandarin Italian French Japanese
From $30.00

More Transportation in Oakland

Even if you're going to San...

Even if you're going to San Francisco, the Oakland Airport is great. It's small, but managable, and even has a couple ok restaurants in it if you get stuck. It gets fogged in less frequently than SFO,...
Synecdoche
Aug 24, 2002

All major modes of...

All major modes of transportation connect to OAX.Take the BART. The BART is better than sliced bread. The BART is better than air.
miruka
Aug 26, 2002

This is the map for the...

This is the map for the transportation how to The Chinatown and Lake Merritt.It contains Bart stations & Bus stops.
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zwack
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Oakland

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Lake Merritt

A lot of people give Oakland a bad rap. Yes there are turf/drug gangs. However, as far as personal safety is concerned for a tourist, San Francisco is far more dangerous. San Francisco money makes...
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Chinatown

Oaklands Chinatown seems to be smaller and a little less conspicuous than SFs, but it is a good place to walk, visit, eat and shop. They have really good dim sum in some of the restaurants (e.g....
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Parks / Squares

This is a great, small zoo that can be enjoyed in it's entirety in about half a day. There have been constant improvements made over the past several years (perhaps longer), most recently the...
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Sports / Coliseum Complex

If you're in Oakland between April and September, go catch an Oakland A's home game at the Oakland Coliseum. They are only scheduled to be in Oakland for a few more years, as the plan is to move the...
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Architecture

The Paramount Theatre, built in 1931 by architect Timothy L. Phlueger in an Art Deco style which was notable for the depression era in which it was bulit. The façade features large motif’s recalling...
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Oakland Museum of California

This is one of the best museums of its kind. It has two sections: One dealing with California's natural history, the other with its social/cultural history. It's an excellent introduction to the...
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"Oakland: the other side of the Bay"
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GenuinelyCurious

"Surprising Oaktown"
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"Rough and Tumble... Oakland"
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"Oakland: San Francisco's Neighbor"
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"Oakland: Friends and Baseball"
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