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Russian Hill Gourmet Food Tour

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 3 hours

$80

Taste your way through San Francisco's Russian Hill on this 3-hour food walking tour. Meet butchers...

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San Francisco Urban Hike: Coit Tower, Lombard Street and North Beach

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 3 hours

$49

...tour of San Francisco’s Telegraph Hill, Russian Hill and North Beach neighborhoods. Ascend the Filbert Steps for a close...

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San Francisco Above the Bay Hiking Tour in French

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 3 hour

$225

...the city - Telegraph Hill, Nob Hill and Russian Hill - with a succession of views of the bay from the Golden Gate Bridge...

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San Francisco: Tales of the City 3-Hour Urban Hike

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 150 minute

$49

Mobile Voucher Accepted

...f Mouse, Mona and Mrs Madrigal. Climb the stairways of North Beach, go to Russian Hill, discover hidden alleys and more.

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Russian Hill, San Francisco

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About Russian Hill

 1819 Polk St # 221, San Francisco, CA 94109, USA

 +1 415-267-0575

 rhnsf.org

Russian Hill and Nearby Sights on Map

Lombard Street

The title of the 'crookedest street in the world' belongs to a one-block section of Lombard Street that contains 8 hairpin turns along Montclair Terrace, created to reduce the hill's natural steep slope

Filbert Steps

The Filbert Steps are the part of Filbert Street that runs between Battery Street and Telegraph Hill Boulevard in North Beach

Filbert Street

This is one of the very steepest streets in the entire Western Hemisphere

The Cannery

Built in 1907 with its award-winning architecture, the Cannery overlooks San Francisco Bay and once upon a time was the largest peach cannery in the world

Fish Alley

Don't forget to go and see the real fishing boats at what?s known as Fish Alley ? after all it is 'Fisherman's Wharf'

Ghirardelli Square

It was officially declared a city landmark in 1965, and today it's still possible to view the remnants of the old chocolate-making machinery there

Fisherman's Wharf

Originally the home base of San Francisco's fishing fleet, Fisherman's Wharf today is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city

Francisco Street

This block contains twelve spectacular mansions in a variety of styles

Washington Square

Every day at around 8AM-10AM, locals practice tai-chi, the martial art and meditation practice

Sts. Peter and Paul Church

A white statuesque, neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral situated directly in front of Washington Square