SF Chronicle has introduced new audio walking tours of San Francisco

A skilled and knowledgeable guide can change the way you view the world around you – even where there are countless times.

It is the idea behind the new audio tours of the San Francisco Chronicle, reported and narrated by chroniclers and published on the Voice Map app.

Chronicle journalists are experts in San Francisco. They know the history of the strange and exciting corners of the city and the visions and forces that created the landscape. So if you are a tourist for the weekend or a native who wants to see their city with new eyes, these are the perfect guide to show you.

On our first audio tour, urban design critic John King will take you to the Central District’s central arteries and back lines, highlighting the stunning design details most people miss, and illuminating the dramas behind the city’s famous towers. And during their visit, cultural critics Peter Hartlab and columnist Heather Knight will take you on a walk through Golden Gate Park, celebrating their favorite corners and on the road with stories of exotic officials and stubborn gardeners.

Each visit is normally priced at $ 6.99, with a $ 3.99 discount for Chronicle subscribers. Click here to access your subscriber promo code. Go to www.sfchronicle.com/audiotours to purchase a tour.

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