San Francisco Castro Mission Loop Tour

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Two must-see Districts, one urban hike. Colorful trolleys, rainbow flags, and inviting terraces catch your eye as you cruise through the vibrant Castro District. With each block, a new piece of history paints the origins of the Castro and how it became the Gay Mecca. We’ll explore the tucked-away neighborhood of Liberty Hill on our way to Dolores Park, a picturesque microcosm of San Francisco living. Our next stop is the oldest building in the City and namesake of the Mission District: Mission Dolores. Here I’ll share old Spanish-California stories before we dive into one of the most happening neighborhoods in America. Known for its Latin roots, mural-lined streets, and eccentric nightlife, the Mission is the place to be! Take note of the craft cocktail bars, authentic taquerias, and techno clubs to plan an unforgettable evening after the walking tour. Between the Castro and the Mission, three hours won’t seem like enough to soak in these sensational San Francisco Districts.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Roam Local

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: The Castro

The Castro District (including the Castro Theatre) and Liberty Hill,

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Mission District

Alley of Murals, Restaurants, Buried Lagoon, and Victorian Architecture

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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