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San Francisco City Bike Rental
"Rent a bike at the nearest bicycle rental shops to the Golden Gate Bridge. For only 3 miles bike ride on a scenic beach bike trail you will reach Palace of Fine Arts Crissy Field Fort Point and the famous Golden Gate Bridge. Bike across the bridge and ride downhill to Sausalito a beautiful waterfront town on the other side of the bridge where you can dine in many great local restaurants while enjoying the water views. To make your trip even more exciting
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San Francisco Urban Bike Tour
"Your grand bike tour of San Francisco begins at Fisherman's Wharf where you'll be outfitted with a bike as well as all safety equipment. Your guide takes you on an easy ride over flat surfaces in this city known for its hills and your route is customized with off-the-beaten track nooks that only a local would know. But if you'd prefer to pedal less upgrade to the electric bike option. Be prepared for weather changes as you follow your guide all over San Francisco. You'll stop up to 10 times during the tour for photo ops and to hear facts and anecdotes about the city's history and sights. In addition you can take a break to purchase lunch and a beverage from a gathering of local food trucks and later enjoy coffee and refreshments at a cool coffee bar (food and drinks are your own expense).Cruise through the back alleys of North Beach
From $75.00
 
San Francisco Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Feel free to hop on and off the double-decker bus as much as you like during your whirl around San Francisco. The loop takes about two hours to complete from start to finish if you stay on the vehicle. With your 48-hour ticket you’ll have plenty of time to explore the sights at your leisure. Simply re-board the bus when you’re ready to go to your next destination. All of the buses have enclosed areas where you can keep warm in the winter.""""Take in the highlights of San Francisco with a hop-on hop-off tour an easy convenient way to see the city. Enjoy informative commentary and great views as you travel by double-decker bus to all the major attractions. See Golden Gate Park Fisherman's Wharf
From $45.00

More Transportation in San Francisco

from the airport to north beach

just take bart to montgomery station then take a cab to north beach. it will take a lot less time than a shuttle which makes many stops. if you want to get really adventurous, you could take bart to...
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rkearns
Jul 21, 2010

Alcatraz Cruises

We booked our cruise to Alcatraz online since we were informed that these tours fill up very quickly. Our guidebook recommended purchasing tickets ahead, but the earliest they can be reserved is 30...
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VeronicaG
Aug 30, 2007

Double-decker City Sightseeing

We saw this CITY SIGHTSEEING tour company all over San Francisco. You can't miss this brilliantly colored red double decker bus! Passengers have a choice of either riding inside the lower level or...
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VeronicaG
Apr 04, 2011

getting to the golden gate bridge from caltrain

if you want to go to the golden gate bridge, it looks here like you have to take muni from caltrainhttp://transit.511.org/static/providers/maps/SF_123200991008.pdffirst, take muni or bart to powell...
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rkearns
Apr 05, 2010

bikes on bart

bart is the train system here. it goes underground and above ground. often, if you are going a long distance, it's the quickest way to get to your destination. the cost varies, depending on your...
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rkearns
Oct 03, 2008

nextbus.com

i think the previous poster may be talking about nextbus.comgo there and you can type in your location and destination and it will tell you in exactly how many minutes the bus arrives. i haven't heard...
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rkearns
Dec 10, 2010
 
 
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Use public transportation simply with this...

This is the absolute best website to use in order to plan on how to get anywhere using public transportation through the ENTIRE Bay Area. That means from San Francisco to San Jose to Oakland to Santa...
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Dec 21, 2005

Try a City Tour First

Although San Francisco isn't a huge city like LA or New York, it has some tendon streatching hills. Even though I had been to this beautiful city before I was amazed at the advantage point the bus...
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Goner
Aug 23, 2004

Cruise the Bay

Hornblower Cruises have been around for over 20 years. Starting small, they have expanded to a number of small ships that cruise SF bay and now are in other parts of CA (San Diego, Marina Del Ray,...
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Agraichen
Sep 16, 2004

The F-line Street Car Line.

Another fantastic way to travel is to use the Market Street Railway. This consists of around twenty different historical street cars from around the world. This line runs from Castro along Market...
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IreneMcKay
Feb 26, 2016

muni vs bart

i live here, and i pay $2 for a muni pass and that lasts about three to four hours, depending on what ticket they give you, so keep it and you can use the transfer for later. bart is cheap. i can get...
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rkearns
Nov 25, 2010

Air Train

Air Train is the airport's tram that ransports passnegers to all SFO terminals, Parking Garages, Rental Car Center and the BART Station. The train has two lines' the Red Line and the blue Line. The...
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cjg1
May 19, 2011

NCL Spirit Cruise

We cruised to Baja Mexico on the NCL Spirit in October of 2005. This was a short, 5 night trip with stops in Ensenada, San Diego and Catalina Island. The ship had just come out of dry dock in Oakland...
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bpwarne
Mar 13, 2007

#38 Bus toward Palace of Legion of Honor

For those who don't bother to rent a car, the Palace of the Legion of Honor and other places in the Outer Richmond District can seem complicated because no MUNI nor BART train services the northwest...
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atufft
Nov 20, 2010

Top Hotels in San Francisco

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500 California Street, San Francisco, California, 94104, United States
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665 Bush Street, San Francisco, California, 94108, United States
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222 Sansome Street, San Francisco, California, 94104, United States
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580 Geary Street, (formerly The Savoy Hotel), San Francisco, California, 94102, United States
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433 Powell Street, San Francisco, California, 94102, United States
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600 Stockton Street, San Francisco, California, 94108-2305, United States
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Top Things to Do in San Francisco

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Lombard Street

i'M ONE OF THOSE ANNOYING TOURISTS THAT LIKE TO DO ALL THE PREDICABLE TOURIST STUFF ... AND MORE. THIS CURVY STREET IS FAMOUS AND ONE OF THE THINGS i'D INCLUDE IN MY PLANS WHEN VISITING THE CITY. ...
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Alcatraz

The Alcatraz tour is an excellent tour in terms of the insights it provides about the prison, prison conditions and some of the famous inmates who spent time there. We purchased our tickets as part of...
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Chinatown

I've been to many cultural areas, but I would have to say this is a first for me to see. You go to some towns and they might have a historical building or two, but I was amazed how many beautiful...
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Fisherman's Wharf

We were last here in 82, just around the corner that use to be a Travelodge that didn't have airconditioning back then, it is now called The Wharf Inn. What a transformation this area has taken on. ...
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Golden Gate Bridge

During the Civil War, advances in artillery proved that masonry forts in the style of Fort Point were unable to withstand bombardment by heavy ordinance. Consequentially, the period following the war...
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Pier 39

sea lions or seals .. either way they are super cutie and fun to watch. There are so many of them .. i like to focus on a few at a time and watch them interact .. bump eachother in the water ect. I...
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Top 5 San Francisco Writers

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atufft

"Bagdad by the Bay"
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Karnubawax

"San Francisco - My Favorie City - By Default"
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Ewingjr98

"San Francisco - "It's a free-for-all up there!""
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davequ

"SFO ... a declassé love letter to the CITY"
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Geisha_Girl

"San Francisco: Why this heart never leaves"
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