5. The Chinatown Tour
Whether you’re just spending one day in S.F. or a hundred, walking the streets of Chinatown San Francisco is a fun thing you don’t want to miss. Even though you can find a few paid San Francisco Chinatown walking tours, the best way to enjoy the ethnic neighborhood is by strolling it on your own. Walk underneath the red lanterns, have a fortune cookie, and visit the Buddhist temple, all at your own pace. Don’t forget to buy a souvenir or two before you leave.
6. The Haunt Ghost Tour-San Francisco
Are you into horror? San Francisco has the most exciting experience for you. Arguably one of the best walking tours in S.F. The Haunt’s Ghost Tour is the area’s only real ghost-hunting excursion. Join your fellow ghost hunters after dark and go on an excursion through the city’s Gold-Rush era neighborhoods, where the inexplicable and unforgettable once took place. Learn about scandalous murders, unexplained deaths, and go after the popular spirits and assassins that still haunt Fog City. Your tour guides will provide you with all the night gear you need for a memorable ghost hunting tour.
7. Flavors And Murals Of The Mission
There are a dozen gourmet walking tours in San Francisco, but none beats that of the Mission District. What makes this tour stand out is its combination of good food and even better art. Of course, you can take a self-guided walking tour of the Mission District in San Francisco, but there are stories you won’t fully understand unless you have an educated tour guide with you. Intrepid Urban Adventures takes you on a walking tour of a lifetime. The two-and-a-half-hour excursion starts with a delicious cup of joe and assorted donuts and continues towards the best eateries in the district. The most beautiful part of the tour is the stroll through Balmy Alley, where the city’s most colorful and distinctive murals are located.