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San Francisco Airport Shuttle Service
To get into the city most travelers fly in to San Francisco International Airport. There is no shortage of modes of transportation for cruisers staying over in San Francisco.

Shared Van Ride
A commission of five members manages the port of San Francisco. Learn more about this amazing port by driving in our shared van ride.

Private Van
Do not hesitate to visit the Golden Gate Bridge on your tour in San Francisco. Our Private Van will drop you off as scheduled.

Private Sedan
Every family loves privacy. This is why we offer a private sedan to drive your family to the Fisherman’s Wharf.

Local Personal Drivers
The Candlestick point is where some of the largest ships are harbored. Let our local personal drivers take you there and view the world’s largest ships.

Stretched Limousine
The Ferry Building is one of the major historical buildings at the port. Take our stretched limousine and be amazing by the beautiful architectural works of our former masters.

Private SUV
If you want to relax in the evening as you enjoy a scenic view of the port, then you need to take our private SUV to the AT&T Park.

Taxi Cab
Our taxicab services are now available for transportation services to the San Francisco Belt Railroad.

Ensure you arrive in time at the new James R. Herman Cruise Terminal to enjoy a lifetime cruise.

Port of San Francisco Shuttles
Port of San Francisco shuttle to the airport
According to the Office of the Port of San Francisco, there are at least twelve cruise lines that just love the City by the Bay. They may call different states home, including Florida and Washington, but their "hearts" are in San Francisco.

The city’s transit systems provide for all types of travelers, with all types of fares covered. The city boasts a dynamic MUNI system with light rail lines, buses and trolley coaches and cabs galore. For those with a hunger for the cultural and historical, never forget that San Francisco still maintains three lines of its world famous cable cars. Tour this most wonderful city to your heart’s content.

About Port of San Francisco
The new, state-of-the-art James R. Herman Cruise Terminal accommodates sixty to eighty cruise ships every year. It boasts the latest technology in both security and logistics. Several hundred thousand passengers pass through the terminal at Pier 27 annually. In addition to serving its main purpose as the point of departure and return for cruise ships, the Herman Cruise Terminal often doubles as the city’s newest cultural Event Center. Whether passengers are bikini bound for the Caribbean or parka bound for Alaska, they can enjoy the cosmopolitan and diverse attractions of Tony Bennett’s favorite city.

Things to do in San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful, breathtaking and lavish cities in the continental United States. Visitors can take in a Giants game at the AT&T Park. Sadly, the Giants’ original home, Candlestick Park, is due to be demolished this year. Its final event in August of 2014 was a “farewell” concert from Sir Paul McCartney; music aficionados know that the Beatles performed their final US concert at the Candlestick in 1966.

If ballparks are not their cup of tea, they can visit Coit Tower atop Telegraph Hill—there visitors can get a 360-degree view of the city and the bay. For history buffs, there is the wondrous Presidio of San Francisco. This magnificent architectural treasure chest once served as a military installation for Spain, Mexico, and the US Army. Today it is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and overlooks the magnificent Golden Gate Bridge.

Also of a certain historical distinction is the Haight-Ashbury district, the center of the hippie counterculture during the 1960s. It was perhaps one of the sources of inspiration for the song “San Francisco (Wear Flowers in Your Hair)”, penned by John Phillips of the Mamas and the Papas. There is enough in the City by the Bay to fill anyone’s itinerary—no reason for boredom here.

Contact Information
Port of San Francisco
Pier 1
The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA 94111