Walking through the streets of San Francisco is an experience in itself visually satisfying, but disperse energy looking for buildings and architectures to be admired, it can be harmful, especially if you are just passing through the town and the time is little. A solution to enjoy the beauty of the skyline are the walking tours that optimize time and allow you to go home after you have seen at least some of the best fundamentals.
With the San Francisco Walking Tour of Rick Evans, you can enjoy the city at walking speed between the historic buildings and the most representative of the Financial District. The tour lasts two hours in total (starting at 11 in the morning), and includes a smattering of the local history, with tips for seeking out the most beautiful gardens in terrace, perhaps unknown even to locals. The places open to the public should not to be missed and secrets are revealed about the decorations and figurative details.
The course also includes urban developments since the earthquake of 1906, giving an overview of the current and most famous designers who have influenced the rebirth of the city. The tour, which promises to rattle off information you will not find in the classic guidebooks, costs $ 20 per person and children up to 12 years old are welcome. Here is the calendar with the dates for 2013. The walking tour of China Town, which is in the afternoon costs $ 40 per person.
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