The SF Love Tour was just so much fun! I have been to San Francisco many times, but this tour took us to unusual places that I didn't even know about. Alfred, our tour guide, worked very hard to ensure that we all had a...More
This groovy San Francisco tour meets at Fisherman’s Wharf. Once you greet your guide, hop aboard a ’70s-era VW bus, complete with shag carpet, beaded curtains, and hippie vibes. Your tour bus can hold up to only six passengers, so it’s an intimate experience with lots of personalized attention.
As you ride through San Francisco’s colorful neighborhoods such as Chinatown, North Beach, the Mission, and the Castro, your guide tells you all about the city’s history and culture.
Drive down Lombard Street and pass the homes of famous musicians such as Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix. Learn about the city’s past and present during this guided tour as you rock out to classic 1960s songs in between your guide’s fun facts. Your tour also stops at the Golden Gate Bridge for a photo opp of one of the world’s most famous bridges.Your San Francisco tour ends back at Fisherman’s Wharf.
You might be nervous but they'll love you all man! This tour is very groovy man! The Love Tour is very groovy man! This is something man! This is our generation man! All you passengers, we're all together man! And it's groovy! So dig yourselves,...More
We toured yesterday with Bob and we could not have been happier! In just two hours, Bob toured us around San Francisco, hitting the highlights but also showing us places we never would have seen or known what they were. Bob knows the city well...More
Trolley cars were shutdown because hazardous air quality due to wildfires so we decided to tour S.F. on the cool V.W. bus that Love tour use. Great guide with tons of humor and hippie vibe. Saw the Golden gate bridge close-up plenty of the nicest...More
Spotting this tour on the internet and being children from the 60's, we just had to book the tour and we weren't disappointed. Tyler was our driver in a 1968 VW camper van, which held 6 people. Apart from the CD Radio, everything looked original....More