One Year with Free SF Tour!

Happy Birthday Free SF Tour! On October 12 we celebrated our first birthday hooray! On this day last year, we hosted our first tour guest and this is how the magic began. Ever since then, you could catch Filip waiting at 10AM @ Union Square full of energy and enthusiasm, eager to show you the lovely city of San Francisco! Every Day 10AM Rain or Shine! The past year was…

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Rainy day in San Francisco? We got you covered!

It might be cloudy and rainy outside but you shouldn't worry! San Francisco might be amazing when the sun is shining, but a city with such vibes has got you covered when it’s a bit darker outside, too! If you wake up in SF and find out it’s more grayish outside than expected, we got a list of ideas for you! Jane on Larkin 5$ chocolate croissant, 4$ soy latte…

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You need 180,600$ to live OK in San Francisco

San Francisco has topped a list ranking US cities according to how much money people should earn annually to be able to buy a home and “live comfortably.” Perhaps the findings come with little surprise having in mind that in 2015 the San Francisco's median home price exceeded $1,000,000. ONE MILLION! So if you happen to live in your own property in SF right now, you must be a sort…

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The hidden places in SF!

The best of San Francisco is usually left unseen from the tourists. There are many spaces that hide one of the best views of the city. Walking down the financial district and downtown there are around 60 hidden terraces, gardens, rooftops and other public spaces. Join the Free SF Tour and discover the 15th floor rooftop garden with a unique view of San Francisco's Financial District. The city gives to…

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10 travel hacks even the most experienced travelers do not know

If you are going on a trip, there are a number of top travel hacks you might not know about. Use some of these top-notch travel tips that might be unconventional even for some of the most experienced travelers. Here are Free SF Tour's exclusive top 10 travel hacks that can get you further for less: 1. Go to free tours: A free walking tour through Union Square in SF,…

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April: Cinema by the Bay

April brings the San Francisco International Film Festival. This grand-daddy of American film festivals is a 15-day celebration of cinema featuring more than 175 films and live events, presenting 20 prestigious awards and attracting up to 80,000 attendees. 59th International San Francisco Film Festival April 21 - May 5 The Castro Theatre serves as one of its main venues for festival screenings and events, which run late April thru early…

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The Iconic Castro Thetre

The blade sign of the Castro Theatre is an iconic marker for this internationally renowned neighborhood. Added to the building in the late l 1930s, the marquee and neon were restored and the facade repainted in January 2008 to appear as it had in the 1970s for its role in the film Milk. The original theatre opened in 1910 at 479 Castro Street, now the site of Cliff's Variety. The…

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The Castro

Nestled in the center of San Francisco. Eureka Valley, as the area surrounding the Castro is called, has evolved dramatically over the last century. Transitioning from religious to gay liberal and open neighborhood where the human rights are common sense. Castro still remains the heart of the LGBT community in San Francisco, even the skyrocketing housing prices in the city! Here is its interesting timeline... Vibrant, diverse and historic neighborhood…

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13 Awesome Places to take photos in San Francisco

When most people go to see the sights in San Francisco they want to go to some of the usual places as well as get some unique memories for their photos. Over the course of our experience building an out-of-the-box walking tour, we have begun to recognize some of the best places to take photos in San Francisco. Not only can we take you to some of these beautiful places…

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