Welcome to San Francisco, California! This self-guided audio tour clues you into how San Franciscans enjoy their beloved landmarks and provides a curious sidelight into the life of the city throughout time.
You will start with the walk around Union Square, a neat and vibrant urban center now and a dune back in 1850. Next, you will discover the nostalgic Lotta Fountain, the city's oldest monument and the place where the Great Earthquake survivors in 1906 would meet.
As you board off the vintage street car, you will stroll the famed Embarcadero promenade adorned with palm trees and artwork. From there, you will take in the glorious view of the historic Bay Bridge and get insights into its dramatic backstory.
At the waterfront, you will explore the trendy Ferry Building marketplace crammed with local food produce. After these food stalls, the provocative Vaillancourt Fountain will grab your attention with its odd shape and cold public reception background.
As you hop off the cable car, you will venture out to the wondrous labyrinths of Chinatown, the largest neighborhood of its kind outside Asia. The tour will lead you through its nondescript storefronts to a little fortune cookie factory and show the best way to eat dim sum.
Finally, you will admire the iconic Dragon Gate, North America's only authentic Chinatown Gate.
Join this tour to experience San Francisco's scenery and historical background from a local's perspective!