The Ultimate Self-Guided Walking Tour of San Francisco: A Local’s Guide

San Francisco, California. Take the self-guided walking tour of San Francisco!

We may have packed up all of our belongings and left to go travelling, but we left our hearts in San Francisco. Over the 7 years Jeremy lived in the San Francisco Bay Area and the 4 years I lived there, we amassed a wealth of knowledge about what to do when you visit San Francisco.

Our self-guided walking tour of San Francisco made the top of the list for all of our friends and family came to visit San Francisco over the years. We even printed out instructions for our self-guided walking tour of San Francisco along with a San Francisco Walking Tour Map, and included it in a gift basket for out of town wedding guests – and now we’ve made one for you, too!

So rest assured, all of our family and friends have field-tested this walking tour for us. Meaning if you don’t like it, it’s their fault.

 The self-guided walking tour of San Francisco is not only a fantastic way to spend a day when you visit San Francisco, but it’s the perfect way to explore a ton of the city – totally for free! We think it’s one of the best budget-friendly things to do in San Francisco.

That said: if you’re looking for a guided tour,  here’s a great option that covers a lot of the same ground. Or, if mobility is a challenge for you, these funny looking yellow cars will take you all over the city, no walking necessary!

Psst: Visiting San Francisco and the Bay Area? We have several posts about our home that will be helpful for your trip!

Get your FREE San Francisco Walking Tour Printable Map by entering your email below. We’ll also send you our favorite tips for visiting San Francisco & California!

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About Our Self-Guided Walking Tour of San Francisco

One of the most unique things you’ll learn when you visit San Francisco is how totally distinct each of the neighborhoods are.

There are tons of neighborhoods in San Francisco, all with their own culture and appearance and some with their own miniature weather system. You can stand on one side of the street and look across to the other side and see a COMPLETELY different place awaiting you! It’s a totally weird and unique San Francisco thing (here’s a list of a bunch of other weird San Francisco quirks).

We designed our self-guided walking tour of San Francisco to include several examples of that quirky San Francisco charm.

Overlooking Coit Tower & Alcatraz in San Francisco, California. On your self-guided walking tour of San Francisco, you'll actually be walking right past Alcatraz and climbing up to Coit Tower!
Overlooking Coit Tower & Alcatraz in San Francisco, California. On your self-guided walking tour of San Francisco, you’ll actually be walking right past Alcatraz and climbing up to Coit Tower!

Our self-guided San Francisco walking tour is 6 miles long and spans 8 unique San Francisco neighborhoods:

  • The Financial District: This is where we all work. You’ll see lots of people doing Important Business Things here during the day, but it’s a ghost town after 6pm.
  • The Embarcadero: San Francisco’s beautiful waterfront is home to famous attractions like Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Ghiradelli Square. That also means that it’s mostly populated by tourists, but that’s ok – the waterfront is big enough to thin out the crowds. Plus, it’s gorgeous!
  • Russian Hill: Named for a Russian cemetery discovered on top of this hill way back during the Gold Rush, today Russian Hill is primarily notable  for being home to one of the windiest streets in the world: Lombard. It’s height and steepness also provide some of the most gorgeous views of the city!
  • Telegraph Hill: My personal favorite neighborhood in San Francisco!  This gorgeous oasis is home to Coit Tower, an urban jungle, and – inexplicably  – a flock of wild parrots. San Francisco is weird, you guys.
  • North Beach: You’ll hear North Beach described in 2 ways: as Little Italy, and also as the only part of San Francisco with like, a lot of strip clubs (nobody’s quite sure why). But we like it for another reason: it was the home of the 1950’s Beat Movement and home to literary giants like Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg.
  • Chinatown: San Francisco’s Chinatown is famous for being the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. It is immersive. Walk into Chinatown and you’ll think you’ve gone through a portal straight to China. Turn around and you’ll be like, “wtf? I was JUST in Italy.” San Francisco, y’all!
  • Union Square: Located next to the FiDi (Financial District), Union Square is home to both lots of offices and also lots of shopping – plus the only pick-up for the trolley that isn’t on an enormous hill. You’ll see plenty of tourists mixed in with irritated locals who just need to get a freaking bowl of clam chowder in a breadbowl and take it back to their desks. (I used to work in this area, so I speak from a lot of experience).

Depending on your walking speed, the amount of transit shortcuts you take, and how many times you stop for a drink or some food (which, if you’re anything like us, is probably a lot) this tour should take the better part of 2-4 hours to complete!
Ok, now that you know the basics, let’s begin our self-guided walking tour of San Francisco!

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Self-Guided Walking Tour of San Francisco

The Embarcadero

1. Start your tour at the iconic Ferry Building on the Embarcadero, San Francisco’s eastern coastline looking out over the Bay Bridge towards Oakland.

Pier 14 on San Francisco, California's Embarcadero on the San Francisco self-guided walking tour.Pier 14 on San Francisco, California's Embarcadero on the San Francisco self-guided walking tour.
This is Pier 14 on San Francisco’s Embarcadero. You’ll be walking right past it! Don’t forget to stop and take an amazing photo here!

2. Turn right out of the Ferry Building and begin your trek north up the Embarcadero.

  • If you want to speed this section up, you can hop on the famous historic F-Line streetcar.
  • If you decide to walk the Embarcadero (which we recommend) you’ll be treated to some great people watching and the chance to explore the various piers, including The Exploratorium, which is well worth a few hours of your time. Don’t forget to stop and take a picture of the city from Pier 14, too!
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3. When you reach an impenetrable wall of tourists, odds are you’ve reached the infamous Pier 39. With stereotypical tourist attractions like Bubba Gump, the aquarium, and Hard Rock Café, this is THE tourist stop in San Francisco (and I don’t mean that in a good way … this is the worst pier if you’re a local).

Fisherman’s Wharf

4. Keep walking north on the Embarcadero and you’ll reach Fisherman’s Wharf. Although this would seem like it’s just another tourist stop, it’s actually got a lot of cool things to see.

  • On the water is a nondescript warehouse that houses Musée Méchanique: an interactive antique penny arcade. You can watch old nickelodeons and feel uncomfortable at the mistreatment of women and people of color.
  • There is also the Boudin Bakery, where you can do a factory tour and watch the making of (and smell) some of the best sourdough in San Francisco.
  • Speaking of sourdough, there are myriad places to get a great bowl of clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl in this part of the Wharf! Clam chowder in a sourdough breadbowl is one of the classic must-eat foods of San Francisco.
  • There is also an In-N-Out if you have yet to experience one. It means a lot (SO MUCH) to Californians (we are all unanimously obsessed with In-N-Out), but in Lia’s opinion, (formed by spending most of her life in the Midwest), 5 Guys is better, sorry everyone. Local’s Tip: Whatever you get, order it animal style.

5. Continue along the waterfront and you’ll come to Ghiradelli Square. Check out some of the shops here and eat way too much chocolate. They typically give out free samples!

  • Just off Ghiradelli Square is Buena Vista Cafe, the original home of Irish Coffee in the United States. Head to the hidden back room to sit by a huge window overlooking the bay and order an original Irish Coffee or Bailey’s Irish Coffee. Yum!

Russian Hill

6. Walk east on North Point and turn right on Hyde. I hope you were looking forward to some iconic San Francisco hills! Continue up Hyde until you get to Lombard St.

  • You can also hop on our famous cable car and cheat for $5.
Curvy Lombard Street in San Francisco, California
Photo Credit: The Mind of Court. Curvy Lombard Street in San Francisco, California

7. Once you reach Lombard, take in the view of the famous, needlessly curvy Lombard Street and then walk down it, laughing at the helpless cars trying to navigate the road on your way down.

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Telegraph Hill

This is my favorite part of San Francisco: it’s beautiful, lush, and green, and you’ll be treated to some of the best views of the city. Dive into the urban jungle and go hunting for wild parrots on a Telegraph Hill walking tour!

8. If you look to the East (hint: towards the Bay) you will see iconic Coit Tower sitting atop Telegraph Hill: that’s your next destination. We’re going to take the long way!

  • Go north on Leavenworth, then turn right on Bay Street.
  • Continue on Bay Street until you hit the Embarcadero again. Turn right.
  • After a couple of blocks, turn right again onto Sansome.

9. When you reach Greenwich, take one more right. Ascend the stairs, but take your time. There are plenty of cool things to see, including public gardens and the best views of the bay in the city.

  • When you come back out on a street, continue towards the right.
  • You’ll see an abandoned restaurant (you can’t sneak in; we’ve tried) and a brick staircase. Continue up the steps to ascend the last bit of Telegraph Hill.
  • Be on the lookout for the wild parrots of Telegraph Hill – this urban jungle is filled with them! To learn more about the Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, check out the documentary of the same name.

10. You’ve reached Coit Tower. You can pay the fee and climb the tower if you’d like. Take a break and enjoy the view; you’ve earned it.

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North Beach

North Beach is a fascinating neighborhood that’s home to both Little Italy and the Beat Movement. If your visit allows for it, we recommend taking a North Beach & Little Italy Walking Tour! Or, just eat your way through Italy on a culinary tour of North Beach.

11. Walk down the driveway of Coit Tower until you reach the stairs on the left.

  • Follow that staircase west until it hits Filbert St, and take Filbert.
  • Turn left on Stockton. This is Washington Square Park. It’s also the Little Italy of San Francisco. If you feel like some pasta or tiramisu, this is the spot.

12. Walk south on Stockton until you reach Columbus Ave, and go left on Columbus. You’re in the heart of North Beach now, which is San Francisco’s Little Italy. There are great restaurants, bars, and gelato on this street. Be sure to stop if you feel like having some pasta or tiramisu!

The Sentinel Building and the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, California.
The Sentinel Building is Jeremy’s favorite building in San Francisco. But Lia likes the Transamerica Pyramid, that triangular looking one right next to it. How about you?

13. When you reach Broadway and Columbus, you’ve traveled back in time to the center of The Beat Movement.

  • City Lights Bookstore is where many beat authors were first published, such as Alan Ginsburg’s “Howl.”
  • Grab a drink at Vesuvio, in famous Kerouac Alley, like you were Kerouac himself. Sit upstairs by the window and brood.

14. Once you’re done being Kerouac, head back to the street. Look down Columbus and you can see the famous Transamerica Pyramid! In the foreground though, you’ll see Jeremy’s favorite building in San Francisco: The Sentinel Building, that awesome pie-slice-shaped green building.

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Chinatown

15. Walk through Kerouac Alley away from Colombus and you’ll suddenly be in Chinatown! Aren’t San Francisco neighborhoods crazy? Chinatown in San Francisco is the largest Chinese community outside of Asia, and the oldest Chinatown in the United States. It has a rich and colorful history and is a fantastic place to visit. If you have a chance, we recommend taking a Chinatown Walking Tour to fully explore this amazing neighborhood – or, if you’re up for it, an after dark Chinatown Ghost Tour!

  • Walk down Grant, have some Chinese food  – pick a bakery, any bakery – and check out the trinket shops.
  • We recommend stopping in Ross Alley to visit  the Fortune Cookie Factory to watch how Fortune Cookies are folded by hand, and to pick up some hella cheap fortune cookie rejects (and that incredible waffle smell).
  • When you reach Grant and Bush, you can see the famous Dragon’s Gate. This is how most people enter Chinatown, but it’s how you’ll re-enter the Financial District!
The Dragon's Gate is the entrance (or in your case, exit) to San Francisco's Chinatown, which is home to the largest Chinese population outside of China!
The Dragon’s Gate is the entrance (or in your case, exit) to San Francisco’s Chinatown, which is home to the largest Chinese population outside of China!

Union Square

16. Pass through the gate, and you’ll be in the Union Square neighborhood, part of the Financial District.

  • Continue to Post and turn right. In a couple blocks, you’ll be in the Union Square plaza, where you can take a photo with an iconic giant San Francisco heart statue!
  • If you’re looking to shop, this is the neighborhood to do it. Every famous clothing designer in the world has a store here.
  • For some of the best views of this area, head into Macy’s overlooking Union Square! The higher you climb, the better the views will be.
  • Even if you’re not staying there, the Westin St. Francis is worth a visit just for the beautiful lobby and the 2 amazing glass elevators, which you can usually sneak into if you walk purposefully behind someone who has a room key. Exit on one of the highest floors and find a fire escape for some of the best secret views of the city!

17. Walk across the plaza, you’ll reach Powell Street. Walk downhill (follow the cable car tracks) and you’ll reach the Powell Street BART station, where you can take a BART or MUNI to anywhere you like.

  • Or, if you’re super eager to keep walking, just head 20 minutes east on Market,  and you’ll end up back at the Ferry Building where you started!

Congratulations, you’ve just completed an intense 6-mile self-guided walking tour of San Francisco!

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Printable Map of the Self-Guided Walking Tour of San Francisco

Finding a detailed self-guided walking tour of San Francisco online is great and all, but pulling out your phone to check every step isn’t a good idea (in fact, we advise against it – that’s how everyone we know has had their phone stolen, including us. Basic travel safety 101!).

Instead, we’ve made a printable map of the self-guided Walking Tour of San Francisco! It’s formatted and shortened to fit onto one easy to print page: directions on the front, map on the back. Super handy!

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Local’s Tips for Visiting San Francisco

Before you embark on your journey, here’s a couple of tips to follow when you visit San Francisco from us locals. We actually have an entire post full of mildly helpful tips like these: check it out here.

  • Because you’re in notoriously chilly San Francisco, always bring a jacket, even if it’s sunny (at the moment). It gets cold at promptly 6pm or wherever Karl the Fog is lurking. Yes, we named our fog. He’s adorable.
  • Never, ever, EVER call San Francisco “San Fran”, “Frisco,” or any other cutesy nickname. It makes our ears bleed and we get uncharacteristically pissy about it. If you must use a short name, SF or The City are both acceptable.
  • You will see a lot of homeless folk. Don’t be nervous. They are in far more danger than you are, and they will not hurt you. Treat them with compassion and kindness – it costs nothing to smile and wish someone well!
  • If you take BART, there are 2 unspoken rules, and everyone will get silently cranky if you don’t follow them.
    • Rule 1: On all escalators, stand on the right, walk on the left.
    • Rule 2: Line up on either side of the doors to wait for your train. Even if the next one is or isn’t your train. Just stand in line.
  • About that line thing: anywhere you see people standing in line in San Francisco, it’s a best practice to just quietly follow suit. We love standing politely in lines (see evidence here). San Franciscans once stood in line for hours just to get some day-old bagels flown in from New York City (no, I’m serious). At first I thought that was ridiculous, but after years of living here, I totally get it: San Francisco has awful bagels.  Once, I was standing in a long line for Hot Cookie in the Castro at 11pm and somebody came up and asked me incredulously, “Is it … is it just cookies?!” “Yes,” I said, “But some of them are shaped like dicks.” It was at that moment that I knew I was a true San Franciscan.
  • Be wary of opportunity theft, particularly when it comes to your phone. Do not use your phone on the street or on public transit. Everyone I know has gotten a phone stolen in San Francisco. For this reason, we’ve created a printable version of our walking tour so that you don’t need to use your phone! Sign up below. Psst: Brush up on all of our travel safety tips.
Enjoying the views from the Westin St. Francis hotel in Union Square, San Francisco!
Enjoying the views from the Westin St. Francis hotel in Union Square, San Francisco!

Where to Stay in San Francisco

The hardest part of deciding where to stay in San Francisco is choosing which neighborhood to base yourself in! Here are my picks for spots that will place you close to the walking tour.

Budget: Ballin’ ($400+)

  • The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square: I already gave the Westin a shout-out for it’s incredibly baller glass elevators. Ride them up to the top floors of the towers for sweeping views of Union Square (but please don’t hit the E-Stop button so you can make out up there, because apparently that’s a thing). But I like the views on the other side of the building better: you can see clear out to the hills. The hotel is luxurious, excellently located right near transit and must-see San Francisco attractions, and hello, those views!! Check Prices
  • The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel: Oh, the Fairmont. We LOVE the Fairmont. Here’s how much we love the Fairmont:
    • One of our first dates was spent here, all dressed up and sneaking into every room and event that we could. We crashed an Indian Wedding, snuck into an empty ballroom, got a drink at the tiki bar, and almost said “I Love You” for the first time on the roof overlooking the city. … Almost.
    • Because he chickened out on saying “I Love You,” Jeremy took me back to the Fairmont rooftop garden on our 1-year anniversary … where he got down on one knee and popped the question! Yes, that’s right, y’all: we got engaged on the roof of the Fairmont Hotel. Our engagement after-party was held in the Tonga Room, one of my favorite themed bars in the city!
    • You thought our love affair with the Fairmont ended there, didn’t you? Nope. Guess where we spent our first night as a married couple? That’s right: the Fairmont Hotel. We’ll be going back for our anniversaries for the rest of our lives, y’all.
    • As if reliving our relationship’s greatest hits isn’t enough, I can speak from experience: the Fairmont is fancy AF. The robes are plush, the room service is divine, and the lobby will make you feel like a million bucks – especially in the wintertime, when it’s filled with a giant sparkling Christmas tree  and a giant life-sized Gingerbread House! Check Prices

Budget: Mid-Range ($200-300)

  • The San Francisco Marriott Hotel is super conveniently located and, considering its location, reasonably priced. It’s a Marriott, and if you’ve ever stayed in a Marriott, you know about what to expect – plus sweeping views of the city the higher up your room is, of course!  Check Prices
  • The Washington Square Inn is located a bit further away from the crowds, on the edge of North Beach. It’s a small hotel with a boutique, communal feel. Your cozy room will include free breakfast and WiFi, afternoon wine and hors d’ oeuvres , and if you pay a bit extra, an in-room fireplace and a view of scenic Washington Square Park!  This hotel is best for folks who don’t mind walking and relying on public transportation – MUNI is best way to get around the city from this area. Check Prices

Budget: As Cheap as Possible (Under $100)

  • Hostelling International San Francisco – Fisherman’s Wharf: Excellently located in historic Fort Mason, this hostel is surrounded by National Park land on one side and by the San Francisco Bay on the other. Just outside the hostel, take in breathtaking views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll be close by the Embarcadero, and it’s easy to hop on MUNI to explore the rest of the city! The hostel also hosts activities like pub crawls, walking tours, and museum visits. Check Prices
  • Hostelling International San Francisco – Downtown: Yes, another HI location – these hostels are the most popular in San Francisco for a reason! This location is right in the middle of downtown, close to Union Square, Chinatown, and both BART and Muni. You’ll get free breakfast, free towels, and your typical hostel amenities: kitchens, communal areas, organized activities, and more! An excellent option if you’re traveling on a budget. Check Prices

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Looking for more walking tours of San Francisco? There are entire books with self-guided walking tours just like this one! Here are some of our favorites:

We hope you enjoy your visit to San Francisco! Have any questions about the city? Leave us a comment below!

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The Ultimate self-guided San Francisco Walking Tour, created by a local! See 8 totally unique San Francisco neighborhoods in 6 miles in this self-guided tour. Plus, get a free printable map with directions! The Ultimate self-guided San Francisco Walking Tour, created by a local! See 8 totally unique San Francisco neighborhoods in 6 miles in this self-guided tour. Plus, get a free printable map with directions!
Hey, I'm Lia! I'm a Kentucky native living in San Francisco. I'm extremely practical and also entirely addicted to travel, which I'm forever trying to reconcile. If I had a patronus, it would a spreadsheet. Or a llama. Possibly a llama creating a spreadsheet. I'm married to Jeremy and I'm obsessed with him and it's super gross, unless you're us, in which case it's the best.

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  1. Lucas Meyer says: Reply

    I’ve done this walking tour and it was truly magical! Thank you for the suggestions, you guys are my favorite!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      You’re the sweetest!! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

  2. carly says: Reply

    Thanks so much for all this wonderful information! I can’t wait to try out this Walking tour!

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  4. QL7 says: Reply

    I went to San Francisco last year for my first time as part of my Pacific Coast Highway motorcycle trip. It is, without a doubt, one of the GREATEST cities in the world. I’m planning to back this year and take in some of the things that I missed the first time. You can’t do it all in a few days – I’m staying for a week, and plan to do this walking trip. Will report back. Thanks!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      I mean, we’re pretty biased, but you’re super right. SF is the best and we’re obsessed. We’ll be posting tons of SF related content soon, so check back before your trip!

  5. Lori Bailey says: Reply

    I can’t get the link to work for this printable walking tour map, could you send it to me?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Absolutely! I’m so sorry to hear that it wasn’t working for you. We’ll try to figure it out.

  6. Molly says: Reply

    hi i’m trying to download the printable map, but it isn’t working for me. how else can i subscribe and get the map?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Hi Molly, I’m so sorry to hear that! I’ve sent you an email with the map. Hope that helps!

  7. Slavek says: Reply

    Hi, I am trying to subscribe to get the map but it isn’t working for me. Is there another way to get it?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Hi Slavek, I’m so sorry to hear that! I’ve sent you an email with the map. Check your inbox 🙂

  8. Shay says: Reply

    Hi can you send the printable map to my email? It won’t let me subscribe. Thanks.

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Hi Shay! I’ve sent you an email. Thanks!

  9. I click to get the map and it just takes me to the email sign up which I already signed up for. 🙁 Please help.

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Hi Matthew, I’m so sorry to hear that! I’ve sent you an email with the map. Please check your spam inbox in case it landed there somehow!

  10. Katie says: Reply

    Please send a printable copy of the map! Thank you! I look forward to going on this walking tour!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      I sent you an email 🙂

  11. Anouk says: Reply

    I subscribed (I think) but I did not received an email. Can you check it out for me? It looks great and I would like to use it. We are leaving for San Fransisco this sunday.
    Thank you!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Please check your email.

  12. Karen says: Reply

    I can’t find a place to enter my email address. Could you please send me the map please?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Hi Karen, I sent you an email! Check your inbox.

  13. Laura says: Reply

    I requested the free printable map, but haven’t received an email. Can you send me the info – I’m leaving for SF in 5 days! Thanks.

    1. Lia says: Reply

      I’ve sent you an email, Laura! Check your inbox.

  14. Annalese Thorpe says: Reply

    Can I get a printable map too?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Yep, sent! Check your inbox 🙂

  15. Anthea says: Reply

    I susbscribed to your email list to get the map but I have yet to receive anything? (I did check my junk folder 😉 ) I was wondering if you could send it to me? I am really looking forward to the walk, I’m coming all the way from Melbourne Australian in October and am VERY excited!!!!!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Just sent it to you! That’s super exciting 🙂 You’re going to have a great time!

  16. Kirsten says: Reply

    Can you please email me the map?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Take a look at your inbox, you should find it there.

  17. Anni says: Reply

    So excited about this! My sister and I are going the first week of October. Would love to do this walking tour! Thanks the great post!

  18. Heath says: Reply

    This looks like fun! Would you please send me the printable version and map?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Just sent it to you, Heath! Keep an eye out in your inbox.

  19. Tine says: Reply

    Hi, can you send me the printable map? That would be great as we are currently in San Francisco.

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sure thing! Just sent it to you. Enjoy your trip!

  20. Stephen says: Reply

    I’d love a printable map!! We’re going to the city this weekend!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Take a look in your inbox.

  21. AnMei says: Reply

    Hello,
    can you send me the map as well please.
    I would also like to try this adventure this year.

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Check your email for a message from us.

  22. Jaynie says: Reply

    Can you send me the link to the printable map? I subscribed however I did not receive an email. Thank you!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Check your email 🙂

  23. Kathryn says: Reply

    Could you send to me too?

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Take a look in your inbox.

  24. Jaynie says: Reply

    Taking relatives to the city and would love to get your map. Thank you!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent, please check your email!

  25. Amber says: Reply

    Would love this map please.

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! It’s in your inbox.

  26. Joey says: Reply

    going to San Francisco in a couple days and would love a map too pls! Thanks so much!

    1. Lia says: Reply

      Sent! Check your email.

  27. Jasmin says: Reply

    Heey!
    I think I totally need this map ur writing about for my very first SF trip 🙂

  28. Kolbrún says: Reply

    I’m going to San Fransisco in a week for the first time (and actually first time to the US as well), and i’m definitely trying your tour! Can’t wait!

  29. karen says: Reply

    can you send the printable map please? thank you!

    1. Sent!

  30. Rosemary says: Reply

    Great information! Thank you!

  31. Rebecca Sayer says: Reply

    Hi I subscribed a while ago and downloaded the map but then my computer died and I lost so many files (I was heartbroken!) Is there someway I can get another copy?

    1. Of course! Re-sent!

  32. Taylor Schwaller says: Reply

    Hi! Headed to SF tomorrow for a quick anniversary trip. I would love a copy of this map, if possible. Thanks!

    1. Sent – check your inbox!

  33. Labott says: Reply

    SO HAPPY to have found this walking tour. Thank you for putting it together and sharing it. I was looking for a tour to cover a decent variety of SF in one day. I’ve been a couple times before but wanted a well rounded tour for when my sister and I go in a couple of months.

  34. Barbara Bartlett says: Reply

    I would love a copy of the map and walking tour. Would you be so kind as to email me a copy. Thank you very much.

    1. Sent!

  35. Alia says: Reply

    Hello,
    Can you send me the map as well?
    Going to SF in a week. Your post is very informative and we’d like to try it next week!

    1. Sent! Enjoy your trip!

  36. Brigid says: Reply

    It won’t let me sign up! Can you please email me the map?

    1. Sent, check your email!

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