San Francisco North Beach Audio Walking Tour
Tour Description: Back in the 1800s, North Beach was, indeed, actually a beach. Today, it is a neighborhood with a most colorful past encompassing San Francisco’s Little Italy, the Barbary Coast and the heart of Beat Generation. And the best way to really appreciate this fascinating part of the city is on foot. This tour is focused on the people and places that have made North Beach what it is today: an exciting and diverse neighborhood with stories to tell around every corner.
The tour begins in Washington Square Park near Filbert Street.
Tracks on This Tour: 1) Tour Intro, Washington Square Park, 2) Saints Peter and Paul Church, 3) Inside Rear, Saints Peter and Paul, 4) Interior Chapel, Saints Peter and Paul Church, 5) Inside Front, Saints Peter and Paul, 6) Inside Front II, Saints Peter and Paul, 7) Leaving Saints Peter and Paul, 8) On Filbert Street, 9) Stockton and Filbert, 10) Filbert and Grant, 11) Italian French Bakery, 12) North Beach Pizza, Whaley House, El Campo Cemetery, 13) Grant and Green, 14) Caffe Trieste, 15) The Condor, 16) William Saroyan Place, 17) City Lights Books, 18) History of City Lights Books, 19) Jack Kerouac Alley, 20) Mural at Grant and Columbus, 21) Bill Weber Mural, 22) St. Francis of Assisi Church, 23) Little City Meat Market, 24) Parking Garage, Vallejo, 25) View from City Parking Garage, 26) Directions to North Beach Museum, 27) North Beach Museum, 28) John B. Monaco Photographs, 29) A.P. Giannini; Marco Fontana, 30) Washington Square Park.