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Mission District food and history Walking Tour: Small group

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Join us on an exciting food walking tour through San Francisco's vibrant Mission District. Immerse yourself in the Latin culture as you indulge in delicious Oaxaca Mexican food and explore the rich history of this iconic neighborhood. Our small group tour will take you to the oldest church in SF, Mission Dolores, where you can admire classic Victorian architecture and discover the numerous murals that celebrate the past and present of the Latin community. With plenty of stops for photo opportunities and a narrated tour, you'll get to experience the essence of the Mission District like never before. Don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity to taste the flavors and uncover the stories of this fascinating neighborhood. Book your spot now and get ready for a mouthwatering adventure!

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Suitable for 1-12 Participants
  • Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Explore the food and history of the Mission
  • Visit the oldest church in San Francisco
  • Try delicious Oaxaca Mexican food
  • Admire the vibrant and bustling Mission Street
  • Marvel at the extensive collection of murals in Balmy Alley
  • Lunch
  • Narrated food and history walking tour of mission district.
  • Entrance fee to mission san francisco de assis.
  • Plenty of stops with photo opportunities.
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick up or drop off.

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Introduction

Experience the vibrant and diverse culture of San Francisco's Mission District on this exclusive food and history walking tour. Immerse yourself in the heart of the city as you explore one of its most iconic neighborhoods. From delicious Oaxacan cuisine to historic landmarks and stunning murals, this tour is a feast for the senses. Get ready to discover the hidden gems and rich heritage of the Mission District.

What to expect?

During this tour, you can expect a fascinating journey through the flavors and history of the Mission District. Sample mouthwatering Oaxacan Mexican food, made with authentic ingredients and bursting with flavor. As you walk through the streets, your knowledgeable guide will share stories about the neighborhood's past, from its origins to its transformation into a vibrant cultural hub. Marvel at the stunning murals that adorn the walls, showcasing the rich Latin culture that has shaped this community. Explore the iconic Mission Dolores, the oldest church in San Francisco, and admire the classic Victorian architecture that adds charm to the neighborhood. This tour promises a unique and immersive experience that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the Mission District.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for anyone who wants to delve into the Latin culture and history of San Francisco's Mission District. Whether you're a food enthusiast, a history buff, or simply curious about exploring new neighborhoods, this tour offers something for everyone. It's a great opportunity to discover hidden gems, taste delicious cuisine, and learn about the vibrant community that calls the Mission District home. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple, or a group of friends, this tour welcomes all who are eager to immerse themselves in the diverse culture of San Francisco.

Why book this?

This tour offers a truly authentic experience of the Mission District, allowing you to go beyond the surface and discover the soul of this vibrant neighborhood. With a knowledgeable guide leading the way, you'll gain insights and stories that you won't find in guidebooks. By indulging in delicious Oaxacan Mexican food and exploring historic landmarks, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the Latin culture that has shaped the Mission District. The opportunity to see the stunning murals up close and learn about their significance adds an artistic and cultural dimension to this experience. This tour is your chance to fully immerse yourself in the heart and soul of the Mission District, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Good to know

This tour includes a narrated food and history walking tour of the Mission District, allowing you to learn about the neighborhood's past while savoring delicious cuisine. You'll also have the chance to visit Mission San Francisco de Assis, the oldest church in San Francisco, and admire the classic Victorian architecture that defines the neighborhood. The tour concludes at 50 Balmy St., providing a convenient and central location to continue exploring the Mission District or to head back to your accommodation. Please note that hotel pick-up and drop-off are not included, so be sure to arrange your own transportation. Also, gratuities are not included, so it's customary to tip your guide if you enjoyed the tour.

Reviews

Previous participants have raved about this tour, praising the knowledgeable guides who bring the neighborhood's history and culture to life. Many have expressed their delight in discovering hidden gems and tasting the incredible Oaxacan Mexican food. The vibrant murals and historic landmarks have also left a lasting impression on visitors, who describe the tour as informative, engaging, and highly enjoyable. Overall, guests have been thrilled with the immersive experience and have highly recommended this tour to fellow travelers. Don't miss out on the opportunity to explore the Mission District's food and history on this captivating walking tour.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

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Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Mission Dolores

The tour starts at Mission San Francisco de Asis (also known as Mission Dolores), one of the oldest buildings in San Francisco. This chapel is home to exclusive religious art, and we will explore the rich history. You will be able to enjoy its gardens and explore the only cemetery within the city limits.

Mission Dolores Park

Just two blocks away you will find Mission Dolores Park. Formerly a Jewish Cemetery. Now one of the most popular and crowded parks in San Francisco. Spring and Summer months see the grass-lined with blankets as the locals enjoy community and sport. Moving through the park, we will pass Father Hidalgo’s statute making our way to see the “Golden Fire Hydrant”. This fire hydrant located at Church St. & 20th was the only functioning hydrant during the 1906 earthquake & fire.

Mission District

We depart Mission Dolores Park to explore the surrounding neighborhoods where you will find extraordinary street art. You will enjoy the hidden wonders inside the Mission as well as the Mission Community pool, Bnai David’s Synagogue, and the Women’s building which hosts one of the most famous murals in San Francisco. Our next stop will be at Café de Olla in the heart of the Mission. Café de Olla Restaurant makes everything from scratch, honoring the Oaxacan style cuisine where you will be tempted to taste typical Mexican dishes such as Quesadillas, Tamales, Tlayudas, and Tortillas, along with typical beverages such as Agua Fresca, Ice Caffe da Olla, and many other options. Cheer up and taste the “Chapulines”!!!

Balmy Alley Murals

Finally, you will arrive at the most popular area, 24th Street that connects Mission Street with Potrero Street. Along this 8-block stretch, you will be faced with so many tantalizing choices; tacos at La Taqueria or rather pick up some pastry at La Reina Bakery or some coffee at the original Philz Coffee shop. Before the end of this awesome trip, our tour guide will show you the amazing Balmy Alley. On this famous Mission District Street, you will be amazed by an extensive collection of murals. Most of them are an expression of outrage over human rights violations and political abuses in Central America.

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Marygv68

What a great tour. We started at Mission Dolores and ended up on Balmy Street. Joseph was our guide. He knew the history of San Francisco. He answered all our questions and was accolading when my Burrito came out wrong (Not his fault). As a native of San Francisco and my church in the area I never knew so much history was in the Mission. Thank you Joseph
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