The 5 Best City Tours in Palo Alto, California (CA)

September 26, 2021 Leida Jutras

April 23, 1894
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1. Silicon Valley Tour for Technology Lovers with Tesla

Costco Food Court, 150 Lawrence Station Rd, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, USA Silicon Valley Tour for Technology Lovers
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5.0 based on 44 reviews

The one and only Tour Guide with 2020 Tesla with Full Self-Driving. ✓Experience in the Apple Park Visitor Center ✓Take a selfie with the Steve Jobs Original Apple Garage ✓Walk outside the Google Campus ✓Shop in the Google Store ✓Take a selfie with the Google Plex buildings ✓Visit the Google Android Garden ✓Walk along University Avenue (30 min for lunch break, lunch is not included ) ✓Take a selfie from the Google and Facebook original HQ's ✓Visit the HP Garage ✓Walk/Visit Stanford University ✓Take a selfie with the Facebook Like sign ✓Talk about Silicon Valley Startup Culture all during the trip CHECK THE ALL PICTURES for MORE DETAILS I know the inside story from the perspective of a local Silicon Valley entrepreneur. I know what I need to show you and I know what you want to know from local Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. If you will visit the Bay Area with me, you will definitely see more and learn more than you will traveling around Silicon Valley by yourself.

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Reviewed By pradiptadri

The tour was very informative and fun, Baha (the tourguide) is very funny, informative, and friendly. The tour starts on time and ends on time as well, he drove us along the neighbourhood and talks about the neighbourhood along the way. I recommend the tour to all of you guys because its very worth it, thank you Baha!

2. Silicon Valley 1-Day Tour from San Francisco

San Francisco, CA, USA Extranomical Tours
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Discover Silicon Valley history makers from the early pioneers to today’s tech revolutionaries. Visit the modest origins and the now sprawling campuses of giants Apple, Facebook and Google. Learn what makes this the place for startups pushing the boundaries of technology. Your 1-day tour of Silicon Valley begins at the front door of your San Francisco hotel. We’ll start early to enjoy a full day exploring how a handful of Santa Clara county cities started a digital revolution and changed the world. While riding in comfort down the San Francisco Peninsula, you’ll hear how Silicon Valley’s original “nerds”, like Frederick Terman, William Shockley, Bill Hewlett, Dave Packard and (much later) Mark Zuckerberg, got their starts

Inclusions: Photo stops at Facebook, Google and Apple, Admission to the Computer History Museum, See Twitter, Uber, You Tube, Oracle and others, Learn the origins of HP and the Stanford Linear Accelerator, Tech-savvy tour guide (English), Convenient hotel pick-up and drop-off

Exclusions: Gratuities, Meals & Beverages

Reviewed By Brittany B

The tour was super fun! Met a lot of cool peeps and our tour guide Dustin was super funny! I don't even like wine and I would definitely go on the tour again just for the experience!

3. Silicon Valley Tour in Luxury Car or Minivan

333 Powell St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA A Taste of SF

You will learn about the history of San Francisco and Bay Area as well as why Silicon Valley is here and how it started. We will pick you from your hotel or residence and take you down to the Silicon Valley. You will see the Oracle campus, the Emerald City and the Trimaran of Larry Ellison. You will see both Facebook campuses, home of Steve Jobs, garage where Hewlett and Packard started Silicon Valley. You will walk  with a student guide exploring the highlights of Stanford’s beautiful campus. 2 hours walking tour. You will visit the Google Campus. You will visit the new Apple Park Visitor Center.

Inclusions: Water in vehicles., Free Stanford tour.

Exclusions: Lunch, Gratuities, Hotel pickup, Hotel drop-off

Reviewed By RobertW220

Exceeded our expectations, driver very knowledgeable and courteous. Saw so much more of San Francisco than we knew was there. Highly recommend. Thrilled with visit to Twin Peaks .

4. Private Silicon Valley Tour from San Francisco

455 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA A Taste of SF

You will learn about the history of San Francisco and Bay Area as well as why Silicon Valley is here and how it started. We will pick you from your hotel or residence and take you to Silicon Valley. You will see and take pictures in front of Oracle Campus and Trimaran of Larry Ellison, both Facebook campuses, and Garage where Hewlett and Packard started Silicon Valley. We will show you the Home of Steve Jobs. You will visit the Google Campus and make pictures with Android. You will visit the new Apple Park Visitor Center. You will take 2 hours walking tour of the Stanford University Campus.

Inclusions: Free Stanford tour., Water in vehicles., Hotel Pick-up and drop-off.

Exclusions: Lunch, Gratuities

Reviewed By RobertW220

Exceeded our expectations, driver very knowledgeable and courteous. Saw so much more of San Francisco than we knew was there. Highly recommend. Thrilled with visit to Twin Peaks .

5. Private Excursion to Silicon Valley

San Francisco Cable Car Museum, 1201 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA Travel Curious - San Francisco

On your private excursion from San Francisco, see first-hand what makes Silicon Valley the world’s most dynamic hub of global technology and entrepreneurialism. Learn how Silicon Valley was born and some of the world’s most influential companies were founded. Ever thought of trying your hand in big tech? This is the perfect chance to see what it's like to live, work and study here in the 21st Century. This tour is ideal for guests who want to hit the most well-known sites and come away with an understanding of what powers Silicon Valley. See how Google (and other tech company) employees live, and maybe even rub elbows with the next big founder over coffee! Please note: While this tour is available for children, no car seat is provided and is the responsibility of the customer to provide where necessary.

Inclusions: A friendly, professional tour guide for your own private group, Plenty of time to take photos of your favourite places, Entrance to the Computer History Museum, A coffee at a local shop recommended by guide

Exclusions: Price of lunch is not included , Gratuities (optional)

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