Explore North Beach

 

 

North Beach is a food lover’s paradise and we are delighted to be taking
you there. As you enter this neighborhood you will begin to notice the scent
of baking bread and the aroma of strong coffee. On our tour we may sip wine,
drink coffee, try authentic pizza, olives, italian meats, freshly made chocolate,
freshly baked foccaccia, desserts or more!

All of our tours are rich in history and this neighborhood has a wonderful
past to share. Italian fishermen, beatniks, hipsters, poets, comedians, The
Barbary Coast, Gold Rush fortune seekers, Shanghai Dens, Joe DiMaggio,
Carol Doda, Beach Blanket Babylon, nightime thrill seekers, sailors, socialists,
all of these have helped shape North Beach into the rare gem that it is today.

Along with the wonderful food wine and espresso and all the history we will
see some amazing sites such as: Washington Square Park, St. Francis of Assisi
Church- which is a National Shrine and the 5th Holy Site of the Catholic Church,
Saints Peter and Paul Church where Joe Dimaggio and Marylin Monroe posed for
wedding pictures , Coit Tower, Hotel La Boheme, Molinari’s, cable cars, pottery
shops, sidewalk cafes, Kerouac Alley, City Lights Bookstore– where the beatniks
read their work, Vesuvio’s, The North Beach Museum, The city’s oldest saloon
The Beat Museum and The Condor.

 

When: Tuesdays at 1:00 Cost: $69. Please call to schedule additional time slots
Reservations Line: 800.595.4849 (24hrs)
Reservations Online: http://exploresanfrancisco.tix.com
More Information: 415.793.1104
E-mail: info@ExploreSanFrancisco.biz 

 

 

We also offer:
North Beach & Chinatown at Night!

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