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Little Italy and North Beach Walking Tour

  • Sip on coffee and Italian soda during this Little Italy walking tour
  • A guide tells you all about San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood
  • Taste a variety of fresh foods, including a traditional Italian cannoli
Little Italy and North Beach Walking Tour
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Morning walking tour of San Francisco including Little Italy and North Beach
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Afternoon walking tour of San Francisco including Little Italy and North Beach
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Get more out of your trip to San Francisco’s North Beach Little Italy neighborhood with a guide who knows the best places to stop for food and drinks. Along this tour route taste specialties of the area, including a traditional Italian cannoli, chocolate, focaccia sandwiches, coffee, and Italian soda. Plus, this tour meets close to public transport and affordable parking for your convenience.
What to Expect
Meet for this Little Italy North Beach walking tour on Columbus Street in San Francisco. Get acquainted with your guide and group, and then set off on foot through this super-popular SF neighborhood.

Your guide knows some of the best places to eat and grab drinks and snacks. Some of the places you’ll visit for samples include Mario’s, Z Cioccolato, Stella Pastry, and Molinari Delicatessen. Sample food such as a traditional Italian canolli and an Italian soda.

As you walk and pop into shops, your guide tells you all about the North Beach neighborhood and how it got its nickname Little Italy. You’ll also stop in a bakery to see fresh bread being made.

Your San Francisco Little Italy tour ends back where it began—on Columbus Street.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Wonderful way to see Little Italy

I was in the city for a conference and booked the Little Italy and North Beach Walking Tour with a mix of colleagues and family. I have been to SF several times before, but wanted to do something different. We were looking for something that...More

Thank AlwaysTraveling504
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun with Blondina!!

We recently took the Little Italy and North Beach walking tour with Blondina. She was such a treat. Very informative and so friendly. I feel like she went above and beyond. It was also nice to see that she knew so many of the shop...More

Thank Ana B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Taste of Italy

Never having been in the North Beach area we decided to finally take a tour, it was great. Our guide, Robert was waiting for us. He was very knowledgeable and passionate about this area. He was Sicilian and right away we had a connection. Even...More

4  Thank JoTuzz
Reviewed 12 May 2018
Must-do tour!

Robert was an amazing tour guide who clearly is an expert on the neighborhood and history behind it. It really felt like an insider's tour, as he introduced us to each shop/restaurant's owners, gave anecdotes about various hidden gems, and explained the significants of the...More

2  Thank annie393
Reviewed 7 May 2018
Tour was AMAZING & Blondina was the GREATEST!!!

Hello, My wife and I are from Houston and have visited San Francisco on a number of occasions for work and vacations. On this trip we had a morning with some free time, and both of us being foodies, decided to try this tour. We...More

2  Thank Cal J
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23 June 2018|
Response from JoTuzz | Reviewed this property |
Hi Bethany, I do not think so, most of the guided tours are are few hours. You can go to North Beach on your own on see things, however, you do not learn the history about the area that makes it so interesting.
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9 June 2018|
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Response from meganlamont1949 | Reviewed this property |
Very easy. We’re not young either and the tour was around 3 to 4 hours, with several stops for coffee and food. Flat terrain and pretty much ambled from one point to another. If you can, book with Blondina who is... More