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Silicon Valley

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    San Francisco, California, United States

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $460 USD per trip
  • Duration

    6 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)


  • Starting Location

    Your hotel

  • Notes

    Price: $460 (1-3 person), $560 (4-6 person), more than 6 person – by request + tickets


  • Stanford University
  • High-tech activities
  • Corporate giants

Trip Info

Being in San Francisco you have to take the time to visit the famous Silicon Valley – home of higher technologies.

You will have the opportunity to see Stanford University, walk through its wonderful territory, learn the history of the first companies, see their huge and modern Campuses and to visit interesting museums and souvenir-shop of Apple.

Tour program:

The route of the trip to Silicon Valley starts in San Francisco. There are also several technological companies here.

The first stop is Stanford University. Generally, Silicon Valley was born exactly in its Technology Park. Then you will visit the NASA museum where you can learn a lot of new things about space, to visit the space station and even try food in tubes, the one that astronauts eat during their flights.

The next point of the tour is the Computer History Museum and Mountain View town, where Google Campus is located. Additionally, you will see such companies as Facebook, Microsoft, HP, Yahoo, E-Bay and Intel.

And finally, we will go to Apple Campus in Cupertino. In the local Apple shop you will hardly find the latest iPhone or “smart” watches, but will be able to buy exclusive branded souvenirs: T-shirts, caps, mugs and much more.

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