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  • San Francisco City Tour and Alcatraz Entrance Ticket Combo

    1. San Francisco City Tour and Alcatraz Entrance Ticket Combo

    Enjoy an approximately 4-hour guided tour of San Francisco. At each stop, you’ll have the chance to get off the bus and see the sights. Along the way, your fully narrated tour will show you San Francisco as you’ve never seen it before. Tour the city from the Bay to the Ocean, with photo stops at key locations. Enjoy great views and visit famous attractions, including the Golden Gate Bridge. Stopping at Twin Peaks will give you a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city from 1000 feet above sea level. Your tour will begin and end in Union Square but along the way, you will take in the superb vistas of Alcatraz Island and San Francisco Bay on this comprehensive half-day guided tour. Alcatraz Island remains one of San Francisco's greatest landmarks — and now you can experience its chilling allure for yourself. Packaged with the Grand City Tour, this Alcatraz combo features an award-winni...

    The tour guide was very knowledgeable and made the whole experience a great day.

  • San Francisco Electric Bike Rental for 24 Hours

    2. San Francisco Electric Bike Rental for 24 Hours

    See San Francisco in an ecologically conscious way, while comfortably negotiating the city’s famous hills by electric bike. With your 24-hour rental bike you can cruise along the waterfront of San Francisco Bay, free of all the car traffic on the streets and the foot traffic on the sidewalks, and follow along the city’s exclusive bicycle paths. Bay City Bike has a brand new fleet of bikes that provide a healthy option for experiencing San Francisco. Take the less-traveled routes through this spectacular city, on a self-guided tour. Feel the e-Moto battery kick in as you pedal, propelling you towards your destination! The electric bikes have a range of 16-20 miles on a full charge and feature a full-comfort seat, and hand shifters and brakes. Bike through Golden Gate Park and along the coast, through the Headlands, into Muir Woods, or to Mt. Tam. Take an exciting ride across the Golde...

    Allows you to go further and faster. However, it will not propel you up a steep hill. It’s an assist not a replacement for your own effort.

  • San Francisco City Tour

    3. San Francisco City Tour

    San Francisco is home to some of the most beautiful, historic and notorious sights in the world. Led by an expert guide, encounter the picturesque Golden Gate Bridge, Postcard Row, with its (quite literally) postcard-perfect views. Your guide will collect you from your San Francisco Downtown hotel for this 3.5-hour tour. Visit the Beaux Arts style Civic Center and the famous Opera House. See Twin Peaks and the Golden Gate Bridge. Visit Alamo square, a residential district best known for its Postcard Row. This is a stunning view of seven Painted Ladies and the city skyline.

    The customer service was fabulous! We booked the night before and didn't realize we had to call to confirm the pickup location. We did so the next morning and even though they didn't have us on a list, they got us on a van. The tour was in English and Italian which was PERFECT! We're Italian but I don't speak it, so it was an added bonus. Torston was such a great guide. I would tour with him again!! Well worth the money!

  • San Francisco: Luxury Van Tour with Snacks

    4. San Francisco: Luxury Van Tour with Snacks

    Explore the city on this luxury, air-conditioned van tour led by an expert local guide. Tours depart in small groups so you can enjoy a personal and friendly experience. Sit back, relax and avoid the crowds of bigger bus tours. Your tour starts at Fisherman’s Wharf, one of the city’s most beloved tourist destinations. The tour will stop for views over the Golden Gate Bridge and other popular sights such as Alcatraz. You'll have the chance to take it all in before heading over to lesser visited spots like Twin Peaks and Fort Point. Complimentary snacks and water are available as your guide takes you to local neighborhoods that the big tour buses don't visit. See the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the city and get to know the real San Francisco.

    This was the best tour we have ever taken! Since this was our first the others (3? didn’t measure up! And we realized we actually didn’t need them. Brian coveted EVERYTHING!

  • San Francisco Ultimate City Tour with Bay Cruise Option

    5. San Francisco Ultimate City Tour with Bay Cruise Option

    Travel through the Golden Gate Park and enjoy seasonal flower displays, bison grazing, and pass windmills overlooking the Pacific. Enjoy neighborhoods dotted with colorful Victorian homes. Learn about San Francisco’s early settlements, from Native Americans, to Spanish missionaries and the frenzied days of the Gold rush as you drive through the once infamous Barbary Coast. Scheduled stops on your tour include Vista Point at Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks for breathtaking hilltop panoramic views of the city (weather permitting), and the Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park. You will also make other stops and take advantage of photo opportunities as recommended by your tour guide. You will see many of the famous sights of San Francisco including Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf, Presidio National Park, Alcatraz, City Hall, and Nob Hill. Once you finish your bus tour at Union Square around...

    Good for first time and trying to get a quick overview of city. A little hard to hear the guide

  • San Francisco Grand City Tour + Muir Woods and Sausalito

    6. San Francisco Grand City Tour + Muir Woods and Sausalito

    Tour San Francisco from the Bay to the Ocean, with photo stops at key location. Enjoy great views and famous attractions such as the Golden Gate Bridge and the stop at Twin Peaks will give you a breathtaking view of the city from 1000 ft. above sea level. Travel through the Golden Gate Park and enjoy seasonal flower displays, bison grazing, and pass windmills overlooking the Pacific. Enjoy neighborhoods dotted with colorful Victorian homes. Learn about San Francisco’s early settlements, from Native Americans, to Spanish missionaries and the frenzied days of the Gold rush as you drive through the once infamous Barbary Coast. Scheduled stops on your tour include: • Vista Point at Golden Gate BridgeTwin peaks - breath-taking hilltop panoramic views of the City (weather permitting) • Japanese Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park

  • San Francisco: Guided City Tour

    7. San Francisco: Guided City Tour

    Experience the most comprehensive guided tour of San Francisco available with a cruise along San Francisco’s waterfront and Marina District, a visit to the gorgeous Palace of Fine Arts, and the main event: a trip across the Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll also see the city’s rugged coastline, pause to enjoy cliff-side views of The City by the Bay, and be blown away by the beauty of Golden Gate Park. Go through the culturally rich neighborhoods of San Francisco as you learn about what made the Haight-Ashbury, Mission District, and the Castro District what they are and why they’re important to so many. After a slow drive through Nob Hill and Chinatown, visit the charming Italian neighborhood of North Beach where your guide will point out Lombard Street, Coit Tower, Washington Square, and more. From start to finish on this San Francisco sightseeing highlights tour, you will laugh out loud at t...

    Really nice guide who had a lot to say about the city and knew a lot of inormation! We did 3 stops with plenty of time to look around!

  • San Francisco: Self-Drive Landmarks Tour with Painted Ladies

    8. San Francisco: Self-Drive Landmarks Tour with Painted Ladies

    Pick up your vehicle for the day, a small yellow three-wheeler, then head off on a self-guided sightseeing adventure through San Francisco. Explore the city at your own pace as the GPS audio guide shares facts, stories, and jokes about the famous landmarks along the way. Highlights of the tour include Fisherman’s Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, the Palace of Fine Arts, and Lombard Street. You’ll also go off-the-beaten-path and enjoy a winding drive up to Twin Peaks, where you can soak up panoramic views of San Francisco. The tour then takes you through the colorful Haight Street and Ashbury Street, where you can get a real sense of local life and see the famous Painted Ladies. There’s also time for a picnic at Alamo Square before dropping off the vehicle at the start point.

  • San Francisco: Private Morning or Afternoon City Tour

    9. San Francisco: Private Morning or Afternoon City Tour

    Experience San Francisco like never before and embark on a half-day, private city tour with you and your group. You will be picked up by your local guide in a comfortable passenger van either in the morning or afternoon depending on the option selected. From there, explore San Francisco that is unique to your group’s requests and preferences. See why San Francisco is a top destination and learn from your tour guide the city’s unique history as well as its quirky neighborhoods. Be amazed by the wondrous Golden Gate Bridge and discover the history of San Francisco’s most vibrant neighborhoods such as Union Square, North Beach, Chinatown, and Haight-Ashbury. Gaze at the opulent Palace of Fine Arts or enjoy stunning views of the city skyline from Twin Peaks. Visit the famous Painted Ladies or enjoy the scenic beauty of Golden Gate Park. The possibilities are endless. If you prefer seeing m...

  • San Francisco 3-Hour Castro & Twin Peaks Urban Hiking Tour

    10. San Francisco 3-Hour Castro & Twin Peaks Urban Hiking Tour

    Make the most of San Francisco's unique geography and history on a 3-hour urban hiking tour and get breathtaking views with your workout. Explore the secret stairways, hilltops, and hiking trails of the city and discover hidden forests of eucalyptus and more. Whether you've been in San Francisco for 10 minutes, 10 days, or 10 years, you're guaranteed to see something new. This hike is 5 miles (8 kilometers) and takes 3 hours to complete in full. It is moderately strenuous due to hills and stairways, but for the active will provide alternative views of this Californian city for a unique San Francisco experience.

    Our guide Val was very informative n pleasant! It is a up hill climb - be ready for a work out! Lots of stairs! Stretch your calves! We felt our calves sore next day!

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What people are saying about Twin Peaks

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 331 reviews

This was the best tour we have ever taken! Since this was our first the others (3? didn’t measure up! And we realized we actually didn’t need them. Brian coveted EVERYTHING!

Super great company they’re reasonably priced the bike was awesome as have it for 24 hours away by the back door this morning which is really cool

Allows you to go further and faster. However, it will not propel you up a steep hill. It’s an assist not a replacement for your own effort.

Freaking amazing and highly recommend if it’s your first time!

Nice shop. Polite staff. Bikes were in good shape.