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Experience San Francisco at Night in a Luxury SUV with a glass of champagne

Night Life – Night Lights – Night Sights

Experience San Francisco at Night in a Luxury SUV with a glass of champagne

Night Life- Night Lights -Night Sights

Discover the treasures of our breathtaking metropolis by night. Indulge in all of the charm, elegance, and extravagance that San Francisco has to offer, and embark on this fully guided nighttime excursion that highlights San Francisco's famous landmarks.

Picture San Francisco's monuments reflected on the Bay, and San Francisco's picturesque hills lit up by the city’s lights. San Francisco is an extraordinary city that is considered to be an exhibit of eclectic and exotic architecture as well as a cosmopolitan population that reveals its secrets at night. Join us as we explore San Francisco at night and see its best-kept secret and famous districts and sites including Haight-Ashbury, Japantown, the Castro, the Marina, Pacific Heights, Fillmore, the Mission District, Twin Peaks, Telegraph Hill, Treasure Island, and many more. Cross the Oakland Bay Bridge to Treasure Island and enjoy the amazing views. Drive up to the top of Nob Hill from Union Square and down through Lombard Street towards North Beach’s ‘Little Italy.’ An optional culinary and cultural side trip in ‘Little Italy’ may be offered to showcase the best Italian restaurants, or those in Japantown, Chinatown, and the Mission District. Enjoy a break in your favorite local district or choose to enjoy a drink, including complimentary champagne on Treasure Island overlooking Alcatraz Island and the San Francisco Bay.

-WHY CHOOSE GOLDEN HORIZON TRAVEL?

At Golden Horizon Travel, we offer the highest standard of customer service and go above and beyond to meet and exceed your expectations! We are a reliable, local, and innovative tour operator specializing in private and small group custom tours. We focus on private and small group tours because we all know how slow and inconvenient large bus tours can be. By choosing our private tours, you are choosing quality over quantity. Golden Horizon Travel is also a Better Business Bureau A+ accredited business and has been in operation since 2004. We are certified and licensed as a Tour Operator by the State of California, with the required commercial insurance. Our five-star reviews on TripAdvisor places us at the top of tour companies in San Francisco and California, amongst 500 attractions/tour companies operating in the area. You will not be disappointed with our tours and travel services.


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Tour Itinerary

Telegraph Hill with spectacular views over the San Francisco BayBack to Top

Telegraph HillWe recommend the SUV tour as it has unrestricted access to all locations.

Telegraph Hill offers majestic views of the San Francisco Bay and has been used as a landmark to guide ships entering the San Francisco Bay via the Golden Gate Bridge. The famous Coit Tower stands atop Telegraph Hill and has been there since 1933. It was a gift to the city from Lillie Hitchcock Coit and built as a Federal W.P.A. project. The tower's design is reminiscent of a fire hose nozzle. The dramatic setting of scenic Telegraph Hill is featured in many famous movies including: ‘Vertigo,’ ‘Dark Passage,’ ‘Out of the Past,’ ‘The House on Telegraph Hill,’ and in Clint Eastwood's ‘Dirty Harry’ series. Families will have fun climbing up and down the steep staircases zig-zagging amongst quaint hillside houses and chattering green parrots. Check out The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, a documentary on escaped feathered pets that flock together all around the neighborhood.

Alcatraz IslandBack to Top

AlcatrazAlcatraz Island sits in the middle of the San Francisco Bay and is the most famous tourist attraction in the San Francisco Bay area. The legendary ‘Rock’ has drawn millions of tourists from all over the world. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Rock and the surrounding islands including Angel and Treasure Islands in the middle of San Francisco Bay.

Fisherman's WharfBack to Top

Fisherman's WharfSan Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions and brings millions of tourists from all over the world year-round. It is an exciting and dynamic attraction during the daytime and the nighttime. Fisherman's Wharf is home to the city's most popular shopping boutiques, fancy hotels, seafood, restaurants, and famous museums. The Wharf offers incredible and scenic views of the bay where Alcatraz, Angel Island, Sausalito, and the Golden Gate Bridge are all visible from the shoreline.

Palace of Fine Arts in Marina DistrictBack to Top

Palace of Fine ArtsThe Palace of Fine Arts is located in the Marina District in San Francisco. This masterpiece of classic architecture was built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition and was designed by Bernard Ralph Maybeck (he was a prominent architect in the Arts and Crafts movement of the early 20th century). The Marina District has a lot to offer locals and visitors as it is not only home to key landmarks, museums and beaches, but also to a variety of shopping, restaurants and a lively nightlife scene, all of which are driven by its affluent, young, and dynamic residents. Union Street is a more upscale and elegant neighborhood, while Chestnut Street in the Marina District tends to be a bit more casual, eclectic, and hip.

The Golden Gate Bridge at nightBack to Top

The Golden Gate BridgeThe bridge is widely considered a beautiful architectural achievement because of its challenging and giant structure. This iconic monument became a Modern Wonder of the World. Just before sunset, your tour guide will drive you across the Golden Gate Bridge and up to the Marin Headlines, where you can view the skyline of San Francisco between the two beautiful Art Deco towers of the bridge. For photography enthusiasts, don't forget to bring your tripod and a camera that allows you take long exposure photographs for postcard-perfect images.

Pacific Heights Back to Top

Pacific HeightsPacific Heights is the most expensive real-estate area in San Francisco, where movies stars and celebrities live. Your tour guide will drive you through this neighborhood and show you where Mrs. Doubtfire was filmed. Pacific Heights is located on one of the most scenic hills of California. It offers panoramic and splendid views of the San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, The Palace of Fine Arts, and the Presidio.

JapantownBack to Top

Japan TownJapantown offers an amazing number of traditional Japanese restaurants, sushi bars, nightclubs, and karaoke lounges. Experience this wonderful neighborhood that has been an important facet of San Francisco culture for over 100 years. You may also consider visiting the charming neighborhood of Fillmore, famous for its nightclubs, movie theaters, and local and international restaurants including Yoshi's at Fillmore.

Nob Hill NightlifeBack to Top

Grace CathedralGrace Cathedral is located atop Nob Hill in San Francisco. It is a Neo-Gothic style Cathedral built after the French ‘Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres.’ You can see stained glass, an outdoor labyrinth, and twin towers. Grace Cathedral was founded in 1849 during the California Gold Rush, and was rebuilt after the 1906 earthquake. At the end of your night tour, you may ask your tour guide to drop you off at the Tonga Room and Hurricane Bar located in the Fairmont Hotel, or at the Top of the Mark restaurant at the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins. At the Top of the Mark, you can enjoy a cocktail or dinner in the rooftop lounge which boasts breathtaking views.

Lombard Street: San Francisco's Crookedest StreetBack to Top

Lombard StreetLombard Street was laid out in the 1920s and is the most photographed site after the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. Known as the crookedest street in San Francisco, this particular section of Lombard Street is paved with bricks, and vans and buses are prohibited to drive on this road. Join us on our 4x4 SUV tour to discover Lombard Street and learn more about the story that makes Lombard Street so famous. Unlike large vans and motor coaches, our 4x4 SUVs are allowed to drive on San Francisco’s crookedest street!

North Beach and Washington SquareBack to Top

North BeachNorth Beach is a dynamic and eclectic neighborhood also known as ‘Little Italy.’ North Beach is a popular destination for locals and visitors because of its vibrant nightlife, coffee shops, nightclubs, famous jazz clubs, local Italian restaurants, and boutiques. It is located along Columbus Street, just a few blocks from the Transamerica Pyramid – which is the tallest and most recognizable skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline. North Beach is also famous for the St. Paul and St. Peter churches, which are situated in the heart of Washington Square. Don’t miss this city night tour to better explore Little Italy’s gourmet food, arts, and famous jazz clubs.

Coit Tower and Telegraph HillBack to Top

Coit TowerCoit Tower stands atop Telegraph Hill offering scenic views of the San Francisco Bay Area, bridges, and islands. Coit Tower was built in 1933 sponsored by eccentric Lillie Hitchcock Coit. She inherently believed in San Francisco’s renaissance and was committed to maintaining its beauty and outstanding architecture. She also admired and supported San Francisco's firefighters, which might explain why Coit Tower’s architectural design is reminiscent of a fire hose nozzle.

Union Square: The heart of San Francisco Back to Top

Union SquareUnion Square is the heart of San Francisco and considered a paradise for shoppers. Union Square is a plaza of 2.6 acres (11,000 m2) bordered by Geary, Powell, Post, and Stockton Streets in downtown San Francisco. ‘Union Square’ refers to the central shopping, hotels, cultural center, and theater district that surrounds the plaza. This beautiful space got its name from the rallies, in support of the Union Army during the Civil War, which was held there. Today, this one-block plaza and nearby area is home to one of the world's premier shopping districts, with the largest collection of department stores, upscale boutiques, tourist trinket shops, art galleries, and saloons in California, making Union Square a major tourist attraction and a vital, cosmopolitan place in downtown San Francisco.

San Francisco's Chinatown: The oldest and largest Chinatown in North America Back to Top

ChinatownSan Francisco's Chinatown is the oldest and largest Chinatown in North America. It is home to the largest Chinese community outside of China and brings people from all over the world. It is located between Nob Hill, North Beach, and Union Square. We offer guided walking tours through Chinatown as well, with lunch or dinner included. Book online or give us a call, and we will take care of the rest.

The Ferry Building and the EmbarcaderoBack to Top

The Ferry BuildingThe Ferry Building is located in the heart of the Embarcadero and offers spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay. It is a terminal for ferries and home to an upscale gourmet farmers' market as well as a number of wonderful restaurants and shops. The Ferry Building Bell Tower and its old clock tower contribute to its Mediterranean ambiance.

The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Treasure Island Back to Top

Francisco-OaklandThe San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge opened in 1936 – almost a full year before the Golden Gate Bridge, and cost more than twice as much to build! It is considered an incredible engineering achievement because the first half of the bridge consists of two major spans, supported by a steel-framed concrete pillar with more concrete than the Empire State Building and connects San Francisco to the East Bay via Yerba Buena Island. Enjoy incredible views of the Bay Bridge, Yerba Buena and Treasure Islands on our city tours and bay cruise tours. We will drive you to Treasure Island which provides glittery panoramic and breathtaking views of the city’s skyline.
Enjoy complimentary champagne, as you contemplate San Francisco Bay.

City Hall of San Francisco and Civic Center Back to Top

The City HallSan Francisco’s city hall is the heart of the vibrant Civic Center area. The structure is reminiscent of the European Beaux-Arts and classic architectural style. Its baroque dome is the fifth largest dome in the world. San Francisco's beautiful city hall was featured in many famous movies including ‘The Rock,’ ‘Dirty Harry,’ and James Bond films. Fun fact: Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe were married at San Francisco’s City Hall.

Alamo Square Park and the "Painted Ladies"Back to Top

Alamo SquareAlamo Square became the symbol of San Francisco’s Victorian houses. The square offers splendid views of the famous ‘Painted Ladies’ or ‘Seven Sisters’ Victorian houses .You can also photograph different angles of the city from Alamo Square. Join us on this San Francisco City tour by night to witness this wonderful spot!

Twin Peaks and Sutro TowerBack to Top

The Twin PeaksTwin Peaks are two hills on the highest elevation of San Francisco. They offer sweeping and unique views of the San Francisco Bay area and the Pacific Ocean. Sutro Tower stands atop Twin Peaks among other towers that provide transmission of television and radio. We recommend our private SUV Tour if you are interested in exploring San Francisco and its scenic highlands in-depth. Book online and take advantage of our discounted rates.

Haight Ashbury : The Capital Of The HippiesBack to Top

Haight AshburyHaight-Ashbury is a district named for its intersection of Haight and Ashbury Streets. The Haight-Ashbury district is noted for its central role during the 1960s hippie movement, a post-runner and closely associated offshoot of the Beat Generation. Join us on one of our Private Tours to explore the unique boutiques, music halls, mural paintings, exotic coffee shops, and restaurants in this neighborhood. You can also visit The Mission and Castro districts.

"‘All's Well That Ends Well!’ Following Haight-Ashbury, your tour guide will return you to your hotel.
Thank you again for choosing Golden Horizon Tours!

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This SUV tour is totally private and the price is per person.

Guests Private
/person
1 $458.00
2 $229.00
3 $179.00
4 $135.00
5 $119.00
6 $99.00
7 $89.00

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This VAN tour is totally private and not available for public
or individual reservations. The price is per party and not per person.

Guests: Price per party
1 - 5 Guests $899.00
6 - 7 Guests $949.00
8 - 10 Guests $1,029.00
11 - 12 Guests $1,089.00
13 - 14 Guests $1,119.00
totally private Based on 3.5- hour tour
and $189 per hour thereafter

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Charter
By Van

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VAN

 

Included: Pick-up in San Francisco downtown or Fisherman’ Wharf, all applicable taxes, and 3.5-hour city guided tour.

Not included: The price does not include meals, driver’s gratuity, overtime and optional activities or features.


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