Free walking tours in San Francisco

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1,026 opinions from other walkers about San Francisco tours
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Francesca 08 Apr 2024

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Travelled alone - Apr 2024
Really interesting tour that shows a different side of San Francisco, of the power of the people and their mobilization efforts. Dave was extremely knowledgeable and clearly very passionate about the city he lives in!
Land, Villains, and Revolutionaries - San Francisco free walking tour
Aravind 25 Feb 2024

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Travelled in family - Feb 2024
It is definitely worth your money. You will have a bit of history, movie trivia and slice of multi cultural society of SFO.
The Essential San Francisco Tour
Felix 28 Nov 2023

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Travelled in couple - Nov 2023
This Tour is not your standard walking tour as you will find in every other City. However, I would highly recommend this authentic and truly inspiring experience! You will deep dive into San Francisco history and learn about the roots of our modern society and politics.
San Francisco Civic Center
Nicolás 15 Nov 2023

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Travelled in couple - Nov 2023
Different way to visit the area. If you go by yourself you wouldn’t be capable to see the details and stories of the murals that Mark explains you. Amazing experience.
San Francisco Mission Mural Art Tour
Chang 08 Apr 2023
San Francisco

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Travelled alone - Apr 2023
David was a fantastic guide! He grew up in San Francisco, and it's clear that he's invested in Chinatown as a community and really cares about telling its story well. He picked out delicious spots for food and dessert, and also went in-depth on the history of Chinatown, its people, and its restaurants. Highly recommended!
Chinatown Food & History Tour with a San Francisco Local
Sam Mary 06 Mar 2023
San Francisco

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Travelled alone - Mar 2023
This experience was above and beyond! Stunning stairs and views. I even got a succulent from Greg’s garden! Ten stars!
Hidden Stairways of San Francisco
Sylvie 23 Feb 2023
Le Gosier

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Travelled alone - Feb 2023
Really interesting and learn many things. Thanks
Original San Francisco - Free walking tour
Audrey 23 Apr 2021

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Travelled in group - Apr 2021
Victoria was friendly, interesting and enthusiastic!! She made the history and culture of China Town and the Financial District come alive!! There were so many new things to see and learn about. I would recommend her tour to anyone visiting the San Francisco area.
Discover SF's Chinatown, skyscrapers and a hidden park.
Silkia 19 Apr 2021

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Travelled in group - Apr 2021
TOUR: Our tour was excellent! There’s one stop at the fortune cookie factory, very cool! TOUR GUIDE: Filip, the tour guide, was friendly, knowledgeable and easy going. He shared good historic info of the city while keeping it relevant / interesting at all times. BOOKING EXPERIENCE: Also- booking through guru walk helped us get a spot on the tour. Somehow I was having trouble booking through SF tours website, so this third party website was excellent. I ended up making more bookings than needed. SF tours concierge contacted me prior to the tours for coordination and ensure I attended the tour time that was most convenient for me.
SF Free Tour: The Incredible Stories of San Francisco

Best things to see and do in San Francisco

San Francisco is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the west coast of the United States. This beautiful city is constantly ranked as one of the bucket list destinations you need to visit at least once in your life.  Whether it’s checking out Golden Gate Bridge or sampling the culture and cuisine Down Town, San Francisco is a Californian gem that is waiting for you to get out and discover its hidden charms. 

On any of the free guided tours available from GuruWalk in San Francisco, you will be able to find a vast selection of must-see stops that you can explore with a local guide. A trip to San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without the customary visit to the famous Golden Gate Park, Chinatown neighborhood, the Fisherman’s Wharf, or riding the city’s iconic system of Cable Cars and taking a boat ride across the bay to Alcatraz Jail Museum. Among the famous landmarks that people love to see includes the street culture like Lombard Street and the iconic zone where the Summer of Love started, the Haight-Ashbury zone. Get your fill of some modern culture at the Exploratorium museum, or checking out a show at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater. 

Many travelers leave their reviews and ratings after having done their free walking tour in San Francisco, in the morning, afternoon, or evening. They evaluate the route and their experience with the local guide so you can read up on which tour is the most interesting and would be the best for you. 

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