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1. Posted by Bibbmon (Budding Member 14 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

A pass for a couple of days, for both or what is available. Is there such a thing what is the ceapest best way to see the sites and can you buy a pass that works for train and bus? thanks For you help We will be there next Friday So Please Help

2. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 2012 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

Google "citypass san francisco" or "MUNI san francisco" for info.

The "city only" all transit Passport on MUNI buses, light rail & cable cars

The BART train system takes you from/to the airport and to East Bay cities - buy individual tickets.

[ Edit: Edited on 24-Feb-2011, at 21:32 by Daawgon ]

3. Posted by bazzlevi (Inactive 16 posts) 7y Star this if you like it!

Here's a little bit more detail: MUNI runs the buses, the famous cable cars, and the MUNI-metro (trolley/subway within the city limits). You can purchase single- or multi-day passports for the MUNI, and it's a really good deal if you plan to use the cable cars (which would be $5 per trip otherwise!).

As stated earlier, there is also a regional transit system called BART that runs to Oakland and to SFO (airport). You won't be using this as much as MUNI, so just by single-ride tickets as needed for BART. Your BART ticket is based on distance travelled, and you purchase them from automated machines in the stations.

MUNI passports can be a little hard to find. They sell them at the MUNI kiosk near the Union Square terminus of the Hyde/Powell cable car line, on the street above the Powell St. BART station.

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