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San Francisco's first neighborhood, The Mission District is still the heart and soul of vibrant San Francisco. You've shopped at Union Square. You've eaten crab Louis on Fisherman's Wharf and had pot stickers in Chinatown. You've strolled through North Beach and ridden halfway to the stars on a little cable car. These are all perfectly pleasant ways to spend time in San Francisco, but they're not the end of the story. They're not even the beginning. San Francisco's very first neighborhood—the sprawling, gritty, and sunny Mission District—is all but unknown to visitors. It was here, in 1776, that Spanish padres founded a mission, and it is here, today, that you will find the city's most exciting and surprising cultural mix. The Mission has always been relatively affordable, and it's become a magnet for young people, actors, painters, dancers, and restaurateurs. They've brought with them great food and one of the country's most vibrant restaurant scenes. Cutting edge eateries share common walls with taquerias and papuserias. Exciting live performance, the city's two oldest theatres, film festivals, dance clubs, roaming mariachi bands, sidewalk cafes, it's time to give the Mission a try.
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Golden Fire Hydrant- (Earthquake and Fire of 1906)
Tickets: Food Tours $99, Explore Alcatraz and The Mission $68, Explore The Mission, $40, Pope to Porn, $85
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We also offer these related tours:
Polk Street Food | North Beach Walk | North Beach Food | North Beach & Chinatown Tours
Alcatraz Package Tours | Chinatown Food | Chinatown Walk | Mission Food | Mission Walk
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