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Alcatraz and Streets of San Francisco Guided Electric Bike Tour

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Experience the ultimate adventure in San Francisco with the Alcatraz and Streets of San Francisco Guided Electric Bike Tour. This package deal combines two must-see attractions into one thrilling experience. Start your journey with a professionally guided bike tour, taking you through iconic neighborhoods like Fisherman's Wharf, Little Italy, and the Mission District. Marvel at landmarks such as Coit Tower, Alamo Square, and the Golden Gate Park. Then, on day two, embark on the official trip to Alcatraz Island, where you can explore the infamous prison and hear captivating stories of its former inmates. With breathtaking views, fascinating history, and the freedom to ride at your own pace, this tour package is the perfect way to uncover the hidden gems of San Francisco. Don't miss out on this unforgettable adventure!

About this experience

  • Non Refundable There is no return, refund or cancellation possible with this product
  • Admission Included
  • 4 hours - 7 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Guided bike tour through San Francisco's iconic neighborhoods
  • Stop at Washington Square for stunning views of the city
  • Explore the historic Coit Tower and its unique design
  • Pass by the famous Transamerica Pyramid building
  • Visit the vibrant Mission District with its Latin American and hipster influences
  • electric bike, outfitted with front handlebar bag, map & map holder, water helmet and lock included
  • Guided electric bike tour with professional tour guide
  • Insiders view to all of the hidden gems and rich history along this one-of-a-kind ebike ride
  • Coffee stop & lunch stop along the way (lunch not included)
  • Round-trip ferry to and from san francisco to alcatraz island
  • Bonus bike rental after guided tour
  • Self-guided audio walking tour of alcatraz island (available in multiple languages)
  • Alcatraz admission ticket including round-trip ferry and audio tour ($45.25 usd value)
  • Food and drinks
  • Optional tour guide gratuity
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Optional mid-way point bike drop-off

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Introduction

Experience the best of San Francisco with the Alcatraz and Streets of San Francisco Guided Electric Bike Tour package. This exclusive two-day, two-tour package allows you to tick off two of the top-ten visitor experiences in the city. Dive into the intriguing history of Alcatraz Island and explore the vibrant streets of San Francisco on an exciting electric bike tour. Embark on an unforgettable journey filled with adventure, history, and stunning sights.

What to expect?

With the Alcatraz and Streets of San Francisco Guided Electric Bike Tour package, you can expect an immersive experience like no other. Begin by exploring Alcatraz Island, where you'll delve into the fascinating stories of infamous criminals and the prison's intriguing past. Take a self-guided audio walking tour and uncover the secrets of this notorious landmark. Next, hop on an electric bike and join a professional tour guide for an exhilarating ride through the vibrant streets of San Francisco. Discover hidden gems, soak in breathtaking views, and gain insider knowledge about the city's rich history. Enjoy a coffee break and lunch stop along the way, immersing yourself in the local culture and flavors.

Who is this for?

The Alcatraz and Streets of San Francisco Guided Electric Bike Tour package is perfect for adventure seekers, history enthusiasts, and anyone wanting to experience the best of San Francisco. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple, or a group of friends, this package offers something for everyone. The electric bikes make it accessible for people of all fitness levels, ensuring that everyone can join in on the fun. Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to explore two iconic attractions in one unforgettable experience.

Why book this?

This package offers a unique and convenient way to explore both Alcatraz and the vibrant streets of San Francisco. By combining these two experiences, you'll save time and money while maximizing your enjoyment. The professionally guided electric bike tour allows you to cover more ground and discover hidden gems that you might miss on foot. With insider knowledge from your tour guide, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the city's history, culture, and landmarks. The inclusion of the Alcatraz admission ticket, round-trip ferry, and self-guided audio walking tour ensures a seamless and comprehensive experience. Don't miss the chance to check these top bucket list items off and create lasting memories.

Good to know

Please note that food and drinks are not included in the package, so it's recommended to bring your own or purchase them during the tour. Optional tour guide gratuity is also not included, so if you enjoyed the experience, you may choose to show your appreciation. Hotel pickup and drop-off are not provided, but the meeting point is easily accessible. Additionally, there is an optional mid-way point bike drop-off for those who prefer a shorter ride. Be prepared for a day of adventure, discovery, and fun!

Reviews

Customers who have purchased and used the Alcatraz and Streets of San Francisco Guided Electric Bike Tour package rave about their experiences. They praise the knowledgeable and friendly tour guides who made the tours engaging and informative. The electric bikes were a hit, allowing them to effortlessly explore the city's hilly streets. Visitors loved the combination of history, sightseeing, and the chance to visit iconic Alcatraz Island. Overall, the reviews highlight the exceptional value and unforgettable memories created through this package. Don't just take our word for it, join the ranks of satisfied customers and embark on this incredible adventure.

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  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Fisherman's Wharf

The tour begins in one of the only true Fisherman's Wharfs left in the country. Tour departs from our Fisherman's Wharf Tour Center at 2661 Taylor Street.

Admission Included

Washington Square

The tour will take you from Fisherman's Wharf into Little Italy. The first stop is at Washington Square Park, located in between St Peter & Paul's Church, Mommas restaurant, and some of the best Italian restaurants San Francisco has to offer. This stop provides great views of the TransAmerica building, Coit Tower, and Russian Hill.

Coit Tower

(Pass by)

Donated by a widow of the Firefighters union Coit Tower pays homage to all firefighters, with it's fire hydrant design.

Transamerica Pyramid

(Pass by)

Standing 853 feet tall with 48 floors. The Transamerica building is evocative of San Francisco and has become one of the many symbols of the city.

Exploratorium

(Pass by)

Pass by the exploratorium, filled with science projects for everyone! Come back after the tour for some family fun!

Ferry Building Marketplace

Another iconic landmark of San Francisco! Designed in 1898. The Ferry Building was remodeled in 2003 to be a food retailer and market. It used to be the second busiest transit terminal until completion of Golden Gate and Bay Bridges

The Embarcadero

(Pass by)

Ride along the bike-friendly path along the Bay waterfront!

Oracle Park

Recently renamed Oracle Park, riders can see the home of one of America's best baseball teams, The Giants!

SoMa

(Pass by)

After the ferry building ride through the tech district and the design district through the industrial and cool SoMA (South of Market) district.

Clarion Alley Murals

See the talent of our many Street Artists while riding through Clarion Alley. Stop to take a picture of your new favorite piece, and maybe even meet the artist that made it!

Mission District

(Pass by)

Traditionally a very Latin-American part of San Francisco, now borderrs with hipsters! Ride through Mission and Valencia Streets and see all the beautiful taqeria's, vintage stores, and amazing thrift stores!

Mission Dolores Park

Stop atop Dolores Park at the "fruit shelf" for one of the best photo ops of the downtown San Francisco Skyline.

The Castro

(Pass by)

Home of Harvey Milk and the LGBT movement, this neighborhood is steeped in rich history, vibrant colors, and a fabulous attitude!

Duboce Triangle

(Pass by)

Ride your bike through the wiggle- a popular local cyclist route from the Castro into the Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood.

Haight-Ashbury

The tour includes a 30 minute lunch stop at our Golden Gate Park shop, 622 Shrader Street. Riders can get off their bike and walk around the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, or grab a sandwich from the local Haight Street Market. Haight-Ashbury is where the hippie movement began one summer of love. As you ride by you will hear the faint sounds of music by Janis Joplin and the Grateful dead - who owned homes near The Haight during the summer of love.

Panhandle - Golden Gate Park

(Pass by)

Ride alongside the daily commuters and experience life like-a-local! along this short ride to the entrance of Golden Gate Park.

Alamo Square

The famous painted ladies and the backdrop of San Francisco! One of the most original and iconic photos of San Francisco will be taken here in this quintessential San Francisco park, Alamo Square Park.

Hayes Valley

(Pass by)

You will ride through this trendy upscale neighborhood with beautiful shops and resturants. You will see the Opera House and the SF Symphony on your way from Alamo Square to Civic Center.

Civic Center

(Pass by)

San Francisco's Civic center has some of the most beautiful Architecture- City Hall lights up in different colors each night, and you can see the lawn out front with a Spanish Retiro-park feel.

Lower Nob Hill

(Pass by)

Ride along the Polk Gulch from Civic Center- a neighborhood that has seen it all! It was the original LGBT district of San Francisco. First Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco was on Polk Street in 1972.

Aquatic Park

(Pass by)

See the iconic views of Ghiradelli Square, the Hyde Street piers, The Maritime Museum and the neighborhood Russian Hill.

Alcatraz Island

On day 1 enjoy the official trip to Alcatraz island, with ferry tickets to and from the island and a 2.5 audio guided tour of the island. We recommend 2/3 hours on the island, but guests can stay and experience prison for as long as they'd like!

Admission Included

Reviews

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4.8 (10)

Sandstar2

We had a great trip with Adam as our guide. He is just so knowledgeable about his city and by the end we felt we’d really learnt so much and seen so much. We’d never have covered so much ground in 4 hours by foot. Gave us a great overview of San Francisco. We felt very safe with him on the roads and cycle tracks as he really looks out for you.

Njpodi

Our giude Adam was a wonderful guide, very informative and showed us so many of the city's interesting areas!

stephaniet862

awesome. Thanks to the team particularly amazing guided tour by ADAM. who is extremely friendly and knowledgeable. Extremely friendly staff. A MUST DO If you come to San Francisco

Krisdepeuter

Nice bike tour seeiing most of the city in an easy and accessibkle way guided by Adam. The guide was full of the city and showed an extensive knowledge. Tx for the Nice experience.

crittercrazy26

We enjoyed both Alcatraz and Bay City Electric Bikes. We traveled with a 10 and 13 year old and did the city tour. Steve customized our tour to accommodate the kids ages and abilities. Definitely recommend!

wanderman459

Recently did an Alcatraz & Streets of San Francisco tour package. The first day I visited the wonderful folks at the Taylor Street tour center. The manager and entire team made my experience so special. The staff is super knowledgeable. We departed for this tour on brand new Beyond electric bicycles for a tour that showed us all of the highlights of the city. We never got tired because the electric bikes had multiple settings! Highlight of this tour was seeing the views of the city of San Francisco from Dolores park! Next day we headed to Alcatraz Island and had a really fun time learning about the history of the island. This 2 1/2 our audio guided tour made our experience to this historic landmark very memorable. Cannot wait to come back again!

Diana H

Made my reservation for this tour since it was the only way to get Alcatraz tix on short notice. Glad I did. The e-bike tour with Steve was more than I expected. The ride was easy with the electric bike and saw many parts of the city with a history lesson. Never would of seen this much on my own. Was definitely an afternoon well spent. The ticket information for Alcatraz was seamless too. Do recommend this tour and company.

tom1909

One and this is VERY IMPORTANT, if you plan on visiting Alcatraz I strongly suggest that you order tickets online at least 2 months, YES 2 MONTHS before your trip. I waited about 5 weeks before this trip and could not get tickets, I tried all the different tours they had to offer, but no tickets were available when I was going to be there. My daughter had found out that if you were to go very early the day you want to visit Alcatraz ( she got there at 4 am ) and got in line. By doing this you may, not guaranteed, may be able to purchase tickets for that day. While in line she found out that there were some folks that had got in line at 2 am. One other thing before they will allow you in line your entire party has to be there. so one person can't get all the tickets. The trip is worth the trouble to get tickets. You may stay on the Island till the last boat leaves. They have audio head sets that you wear and it explains the history and famous prisoners that have stayed here. They also go into the history of the Island, one it was an Military installation when it was first established

Melissa T

<p>Alcatraz was amazing and a must see while in SF. Purchasing the tickets through Viator was easy breezy. Note that the location of the departure is Pier 33 and not Fisherman's Wharf. We weren't sure of the departure location so I had to make a couple of calls to verify the name of the actual tour company and where their boats departed. The bike tour of SF wasn't exactly what we hoped for, though. Bay City Tour Co. was extremely friendly and accommodating but their bikes may need a little extra loving care. They squeaked severely when we had to brake and the chains came off on two of our four bikes. Not sure if that is an electric bike thing. The tour guide easily repaired them on the fly, though. I am not so sure it is super safe to take some of the roads we took in heavy traffic. Our guide sorta flew through some intersections and being one of the last in a line, it got hairy a couple of times. The locations they took us to were very comprehensive of the city. It was a bit too long for our group of four with two teenagers.</p>

keulenstyle

Wij hebben deze tour begin september gedaan met onze gids Adam. Adam neemt zijn taken zeer serieus en heeft een goede rondleiding gegeven. Hij was wel heel erg bezig om zich te verantwoorden voor alles wat hij deed, maar het kwam vanuit een goed hart. Hij heeft ons een paar leuke wijken laten zien van de stad en had mooie verhalen hierover. Ik zou dit zeker aanbevelen.
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