What better way to experience the breathtaking views and renowned landmarks of San Francisco than in the comfort and luxury of your chauffeur-driven limousine? Noble Limousine makes your visit to the “City by the Bay” a most memorable adventure for two. We will pick you and your guest up from your hotel or any other location. Over the next six hours, you can enjoy the vistas, architecture, and history of San Francisco while our experienced driver deals with directions and traffic, showing you all the best sights.
You will see the same attractions from our regular San Francisco limousine tour, plus the following:
The Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest and most recognizable skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline. With a structural height of 260 meters (853 feet), it contains 48 stories of retail and office space. Construction was begun in 1969 and finished in 1972. Although no longer headquarters of the Transamerica Corporation, it is still strongly associated with the company and is depicted in their logo. This distinctive building has become one of San Francisco’s most enduring landmarks.
Diversity, multi-cultural art venues, and eclectic shops are the backdrop for this unique area. Highlights of the Mission District include murals inspired by the traditional Mexican paintings made famous by Diego Rivera, 24th Street, Balmy Alley, Clarion Alley, the San Francisco Art Institute, SFSU, and Dolores Park. Nightlife centers near the intersection of 16th and Valencia Ave and The Roxie (on 16th) is the only remaining neighborhood movie theatre. Known for excellent Mexican food, the Mission District is the original home of the San Francisco burrito.
Coit Tower is a well-known landmark built in 1933 and dedicated to the San Francisco firefighters. The art deco, 210-foot (64-meter) unpainted reinforced concrete tower was built with funds bequeathed by Lillie Hitchcock Coit, widow of a wealthy financier, Arthur Brown Jr., and Henry Howard. Murals were created by Victor Arnautoff and a score of other artists. While most of the murals have been restored, a small segment (the spiral stairway exit to the observation platform) was not restored but durably painted over with epoxy surfacing.
Echoes of tie-dyed t-shirts, flower children, and rock-n-roll still linger in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco. Named for the intersections of Haight and Ashbury Streets, it is affectionately known as The Haight or, in more recent years, The Upper Haight. The infamous district served as the epicenter of the 1960s hippie movement, a post-runner and closely associated offshoot of the Beat Generation who swarmed San Francisco's "in" North Beach neighborhood 2-8 years before the "Summer of Love".
The first museum on the West Coast devoted solely to 20th-century art, the San Francisco Museum of Art opened in 1935 under the direction of Grace L. McCann Morley. After her 23-year tenure, Morley was succeeded as Museum director by George D. Culler (1958–65) and Gerald Nordland (1966–72). The Museum, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1985, rose to international prominence under the leadership of Henry T. Hopkins (1974–86). "Modern" was added to the Museum's title in 1975 to describe its purview more accurately.
Now you can tell friends and colleagues that you have traveled the “crookedest” street in America! Lombard Street, one block on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, earns its distinction from eight sharp switchback turns. The Powell-Hyde cable car line stops at the top of the block. The unique switchback design, suggested by property owner Carl Henry and instituted in 1922, makes the hill's natural 27° slope – too steep for most vehicles and a hazard to pedestrians used to a more reasonable 16° incline – passable and safe.
Let our knowledgeable tour guides inform and entertain you while you relax and enjoy this exciting six hour tour around the city of San Francisco. Not only will you see all the major sights in San Francisco, our San Francisco limousine tour will stop several times for great photo opportunities.
|Up to 3 people - $290.00
||6 per. Presidential - $375.00|
||8 per. SuperStretch - $405.00|
||10 per. UltraStretch - $475.00|
Excludes tax, gratuity, parking fees & bridge toll if applicable.