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Daly City

United States
Daly City
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How to Reach

By plane

There are three airports in the San Francisco Bay Area:

San Francisco International, located about 10 mi (16 km) south of the city.

Oakland International, in the East Bay.

Mineta San Jose International, in Silicon Valley, about 1 hour south of San Francisco.

Oakland and San Jose tend to offer more discount airline flights, while San Francisco Airport attracts more international flights and can be more convenient for those staying in the city.

By train

Bay Area Rapid Transit(BART),  provides a regional frequent rail service connecting much of the East Bay and Contra Costa County with Daly City, San Francisco and the San Francisco Airport through the Transbay Tube, a tunnel underneath San Francisco Bay. BART operates five routes, of which four reach Daly City. BART also meets Caltrain at Millbrae. Bicycles are allowed on BART except between stations designated in the schedule brochure during commute hours. Fares vary depending with distance traveled, and start at $1.40 for trips within the city. You will need to insert your ticket into barriers when entering and exiting the system. Tickets hold a balance, deducting the appropriate price for each trip, so someone who plans to use the system several times can buy a $10 or $20 ticket and not worry about fares until the card is used up.

San Mateo County Transit District(SamTrans), is the administrative body for the principal public transit and transportation programs in San Mateo County: SamTrans bus service, including Redi-Wheels paratransit service, Caltrain commuter rail and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority. Caltrain and the TA have contracted with the District to serve as their managing agency, under the direction of their appointed boards.

By car

Two major freeways serving Daly City are U.S. Highway 101 and Interstate 280. Interstate 280 essentially bisects Daly City geographically as well as in terms of the areas with the highest commercial and residential density. Interstate 280 is less congested than U.S. 101 and therefore offers a preferred route into San Francisco (and locations further north and east) as well as southern peninsula locations.

Key places to visit
Crooks Tour of San Francisco, Mount Davidson, Best Bay Area Tours, The Real S.F. Tour, Legion Of Honor


Places to Visit

Crooks Tour of San Francisco
Fascinated by murder and mayhem? Join Paul Drexler and Julie Marsh on the Crooks Tour of SF to learn the true stories behind the lurid legends! Meet us every Saturday at Peet's inside the Ferry Building at 1:30PM for this 1 and 1/2 hour walking tour. $25/person; $20 for 4 or more.

Mount Davidson
The highest point in the city has a cross on its peak and has been a religious site for years.

Best Bay Area Tours
Welcome to Best Bay Area Tours!!! We are a fun and affordable tour company operating in and around beautiful San Francisco California. We offer a variety of tour options. We feature small group tours - no large overcrowded groups at Best Bay Area Tours. Best Bay Area Tours is an experienced tour operator with many years in the San Francisco area. Let us take you on one or more of our exciting adventures.

The Real S.F. Tour
Part urban adventure, part urban trek, and totally green, you'll visit enchanted gardens, secret stairways, glorious rooftop views, and some the city's coolest neighborhoods. You'll be avoiding large crowds of tourists while experiencing the real culture of San Francisco and learning about its rich and storied history. You'll traverse the city on Cable Cars, Light Rail, and City Buses. These vehicles are zero emissions or run on bio diesel, making this tour totally green. Tours run daily departing from the California St Cable Car turnaround at 10:00 A.M.

Legion Of Honor
An outstanding collection of European art in a gorgeous hilltop museum setting.

Right Time to Visit

January - January
October - December