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San Francisco is a beautiful city and twinkling lights and festive decorations only enhance its beauty. Take a one and a half hour tour of San Francisco’s holiday lights on a vintage open air Mack fire engine. Learn fun facts about San Francisco and its holiday traditions from your guide. Firefighters gear will be available to keep you warm and look great in photos.
On this tour, you’ll see Union Square’s 83 foot Christmas tree with more than 43,000 twinkling LED lights and 700 shining decorations. The ice rink next to the tree is surrounded by festive lights. The stores make the holiday window displays into works of art. Be sure to check out Macy’s window and see cuddly adoptable kittens and puppies from the SPCA.
The iconic Fisherman’s Wharf sign will be strung with lights and makes for a great picture.
Over 17,000 lights trace the Embarcadero’s towers. See the Bay Area’s largest outdoor skating rink.
The Hyatt Regency has a beautiful Christmas tree and over 300,000 lights descending the 17 story lobby atrium. “Snow” comes down several times a day.
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