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 USA San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Geogad


San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf is the most visited attraction in San Francisco. At the very northern tip of the San Francisco peninsula, Fisherman's Wharf has wonderful Italian and seafood restaurants, ferry rides, unique shops, historic ships and great views of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz and Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge. Geogad's Mobile Tour of San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf gives you the chance to see the history behind the wharf and San Francisco. It tells you about the revitalization of Fisherman's Wharf, the sea lions, the cable cars, the Gold Rush, the notorious San Francisco practice of shanghaiing, and the Italian fishermen who gave this area its name and who still call this port their home. This tour is a great way to realize that there is much more to San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf than just shops and restaurants.

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Tour Details

Length of audio tracks: Approximately 60 minutes not including any ads.
Duration of tour: Approximately 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours depending on pace and assuming no stops.
Difficulty of tour: Easy to moderate walk. No stairs.
Best time for tour: Daytime. Best between 9AM and 4PM when most attractions are open.

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