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Overall rating
4.3 / 5
based on 477 reviews

Great way to spend a day in San Francisco and cover a whole lot.

This tour is a great way to see three iconic San Francisco landmarks in a day without feeling to hurried. Our guide. Eddie was great, particularly for the walk through Chinatown which is clearly dear to his heart. On this matter he was very knowledgeable, and we went back to sample his food recommendation which were very tasty. Doing Alcatraz and cable car trip in our own time was a good way of doing it. Only minor complaint was the limited directions on how to find the lower terminus of the California Street cable car. That could of been made clearer.

My food tour guide was amazing! She took us to the best restaurants, temples and a tea tasting at the end of the tour that was so much fun! I will never forget Chinatown, the history, murals and food that I have never had the opportunity to try before. The food was so delicious! I was so glad she sent us a list of all the places we went so that I could visit them again. I would recommend this to anyone.

San Francisco: Chinatown Walking Food Tour Reviewed by

Great tour! Good locations and good tour guides. I wish my Alcatraz tour was not smack in the middle of the day (1:00) because I was unable to actually use the bus stop at any bus stop because it takes 2.5 hours to just ride the entire loop.

48 Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour and Alcatraz Ticket Reviewed by

This was an amazing tour of San Francisco....so much history to learn and absorb!! Our tour guide was very entertaining and thoroughly knew the Bay Area, as he was born and raised in SF.

Ted was very organized and informative. Alcatraz was great to explore, and we really enjoyed walking Chinatown with a guide for the deeper history rather than just staring at buildings.