San Francisco is considered one of the most amazing, unusual cities, which is associated with eternal spring, high technology, energetic and cheerful people. When visiting the U.S., be sure to find time to visit San Francisco and book several tours in English for this visit. A walk with a private guide can be either a sight seeing or a thematic, each one will leave a vivid impression, enriching with new information about this unique part of America. Even one day sightseeing tour with an experienced, enthusiastic guide will allow you to get to know the city closely, fall in love with its streets, people, its history and diverse culture.
San Francisco will reveal its different sides. One of its darkest and most mysterious sights is Alcatraz Prison. And the contrast to this route would be a tour of Yosemite National Park. It will show how bright, colorful, luxurious California's sunny nature can be.
The area where this legendary city is located has experienced many complex historical events, it's connected with the life of prominent figures of America, writers, scientists. If you are interested in San Francisco's distinguished residents or the history of its origin, the guide will answer any questions you may have while you walk around the city as part of an individual program.
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Today this amazing American city attracts thousands of tourists. It managed to take its face back after a terrible earthquake, which in 1906 almost destroyed the settlement. Over a hundred years, the city has been reborn, developed, and now can surprise guests with a lot of interesting sights. Tours offered by Excurzilla, which can be booked at a reasonable price, will give you a rich experience of San Francisco.
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