This fantastic San Francisco Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour covers the very best of the city and allows you 1 day to explore all it has to offer. Sit back and enjoy fantastic views from the top deck of an open-top bus. When you get to a stop that interests you, hop-off and explore. 27 Stops are designed to give access to the most popular locations.
This ticket allows you to experience 2 routes, Official and Sausalito. The Official City tour loop takes you to all main sights of San Francisco, including Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown and North Beach. The Sausalito loop takes you over the Golden Gate bridge for the breathtaking, "camera-at-the-ready" view, plus a chance to explore charming Sausalito.
And if that's not enough, included with this hop-on, hop-off ticket is a FREE 1 Hour Bike Rental (*with 1 hour purchase) and 2 FREE walking tours;Chinatown and Haight Ashbury!
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Why not upgrade? The 2 day tour (only around $10 more) includes routes and more added extras. Click here for details
Your ticket is valid for 1 dayStart time
1 day Hop on Hop off :
Official City Tour :From 9:00am to 5:00pm every 30 minutes.
Sausalito Tour : From 9:30am to 4:00pm every 30 minutes.
The Sausalito Tour : 60 minutes
Official City Tour: 120 minutes
Tickets must be exchanged before boarding the bus at 1331 Columbus Avenue (between Beach St. & North Point St.), San Francisco, CA 94133
You may board the bus from any of the stops.
You may leave the bus at any stop.
On this Hop-On Hop-Off tour, you have the freedom to plan your own sightseeing itinerary. With 27 stops covering all of San Francisco’s main attractions such as Fisherman’s Wharf, Civic Center, Union Square, Chinatown, Golden Gate Loop, and Pacific Heights, this tour provides the perfect introduction to San Francisco. The 1 day ticket gives you access to 2 routes: Sausalito Loop and the Official City Tour
The major highlights that fall under the Sausalito Loop are as follows:
The major highlights that fall under Official City Tour are as follows:
• Golden Gate Bridge
• Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39
• Palace of Fine Arts
• Golden Gate Park
• City Hall
• Chinatown Gate
• Finance District
• North Beach
Hop off the bus and and explore the streets, boutiques and art galleries, taste some local cuisine or maybe even rent a kayak and paddle through the bay! Also, you have 2 FREE walking tours with this ticket, one in Chinatown and the other in Haight Ashbury.
You may hop off the bus at any of the stops to end the tour.
Voucher information: Your voucher needs to be exchanged at the designated meeting point (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Your voucher will be valid for 3 months from the date chosen at the time of booking.
Wheelchairs can be collapsed down and stored on the bus however the bus do not have ramps, passengers would need to walk up 1 step.
San Francisco is a functioning city and therefore political events, demonstrations and celebrations can disrupt the route at any time, especially during summer and at weekends.
On Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and New Year's Eve last Hop-On Hop-Off Tours will depart at 4 PM (instead of 5 PM) and the Night Tour will not be running.
Cruise passenger information: Walk to Filbert Street Steps by exiting the cruise terminal and heading towards the intersection between Chestnut St and Sansome St. (across from Pier 27). Guests should walk down Sansome street to discover the stop A14 which is approximately half way down the street; Approx. 10 Minutes walk.
I really enjoyed visiting on this BUS.The lady on the bus she had wonderful information about the city....Umar Nasir, United States, 16/May/2018
...Tan Febriani, Indonesia, 04/Oct/2017
This was well worth the money. We purchased the 48hr pass incl night tour. We saw things we wouldn't have seen without this tour. Great experience and super effortless...Bailee Harrison, New Zealand, 23/Sep/2017
Excellent guides; fun and funny and made it worthwhile
The bus is old and the windows on the inside of the bus are not the kind you can see out and have a view.