Introducing East Bay
By ‘East Bay, ’ most San Franciscans simply mean Oakland and Berkeley, although the area includes numerous other suburbs that swoop up from the bayside flats into exclusive enclaves in the hills. While many residents of the big city would like to think they needn’t ever cross the Bay Bridge or take a BART train under water, it is undeniable that the city would be incomplete if it didn’t have its East Bay. Museums, celebrity restaurants, universities, woodsy parklands and better weather are just some ways the East Bay lures travelers from San Francisco.
San Francisco Chinatown Ghost Walking Tour
Are you fascinated by ghosts? Join this evening walking tour and let the local guides bring to life the tales of San Francisco Chinatown's supernatural past and present, as you're lead you on a ghostly tour of Chinatown's historic and mysterious streets and alleyways.
Best of Berkeley Gourmet Food Tour
Just a few miles east of San Francisco lies what many call the birthplace of California cuisine: Berkeley. On this 3-hour gourmet food tour, your expert guide will take you behind the scenes of the North Shattuck district, known locally as the Gourmet Ghetto.