A 48 hour pass on the fun and fabulous double-decker bus downtown loop provides unlimited hop-on and hop-off access throughout the downtown area. Popular sights to see include:
48-Hour Double Decker Bus Pass with unlimited Hop-on/off access throughout downtown
Fisherman’s Wharf, Ferry Building, Union Square, Chinatown Gate and Much More
Wine Tasting Tour of Sonoma County
Winery Tours and Tasting rooms
Beautiful Sonoma Country Scenery
Fisherman’s Wharf – this neighborhood on the northern waterfront is a popular tourist attraction in Sanfrancisco. It is best known for being the location of Pier 39, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, the Cannery Shopping Center, Ghirardelli Square, and the Wax Museum. Restaurants and stands serve fresh seafood, most notably dungeness crab and clam chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl. At nearby Pier 45, there is a chapel in memory of the "Lost Fishermen" of San Francisco and Northern California and once a year, the chapel has a service for the lost fishermen.
Ferry Building -- The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is a California certified farmers market. Open two days a week, the market is held both in front of the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero and on the rear plaza overlooking the Bay and offers produce and flowers from small regional farmers and ranchers, many of whom are certified organic. A wealth of other products include regional artisan specialties such as breads, cheeses and jams.
Union Square -- one of San Francisco's main retail and cultural centers, also refers to the actual park bordered by Geary, Powell, Post and Stockton streets. Set aside as a park in 1850 and named before the start of the Civil War as a tribute to the frequent demonstrations in support of the Union troops.
Chinatown -- begins at the dragon-crested gate at Grant Avenue and Bush Street. San Francisco’s oldest street, Grant Avenue, runs eight blocks through the center of America’s ethnic capital to over 1.5 million people of Chinese descent. Don’t miss the open markets on Stockton Street and all the little alleys between Grant and Stockton or you'll miss some of the most interesting parts of Chinatown.
And so much more!
After touring the city, it’s off to wine county to sample some of the best wines from the best wineries in the country. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of California’s wine country along the way.
First timers and Veterans of the wine tasting will enjoy this unique opportunity to experience the wine capital of the country. Helpful and informative guides, along with your tasting room hosts, are a knowledgeable resource for wine information, history and stories.
Relax in a climate-controlled motorcoach while you are escorted back to San Francisco in comfort and style. Fare-well in knowing that you are now a San Francisco city and wine aficionado.