San francisco: The ultimate holiday retreat

San francisco: The ultimate holiday retreat

Vacations to San Francisco can be absolutely rewarding as this city’s natural beauty and iconic attractions charms visitors all the way. Visitors have multiple options to explore activities inSan Francisco! One who visits this destination must see attractions, festivals and events, take sightseeing tours, explore the expansive parks, San Francisco has it all.Some of the most famous attractions are-From amazing views and a sea of sea lions to chowder bread bowls and California wines, your visit to San Francisco starts at Pier 39.

San Francisco Sailing Adventure

Kick off your visit by exploring two levels of dining,entertainment, shopping and attractions, all surrounded by unbeatable views of the city and the bay. Take it from the world famous sea lions: a visit to San Francisco starts at The Pier.Golden Gate Bridge Once called “the bridge that couldn’t be built,” today it is one the seven wonders of the modern world. This 1.7-mile- long Golden Gate Bridge — one of America’s top ten construction marvels — is a must-see. To experience this breadth taking iconic landmark one can take a helicopter flight in the sunset, or take a Bay Cruise under the Bridge, drive across or even ride the bicycle with your family along the Bridge!


California Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences is home to engaging exhibits and shows, charismatic live animals from around the world, and a fascinating team of scientists and presenters working toexplore, explain, and sustain the diversity of life. Exploratorium is a home-grown, hands-on museum igniting curiosity and inspiring creativity in people of all ages. Visitors can explore more than 600 hands-on exhibits, including 150 new experiences and enjoy breathtaking views of the city and bay in the spectacular glass-and- steel Bay Observatory.

Fisherman’s Wharf

More than 75 percent of visitors to San Francisco’s include Fisherman’s Wharf on their itinerary.Waterfront marketplaces and the Wharf’s famous fishing fleet make this a lovable attraction among visitors. Fishing boats, sea lions basking in the sun, seafood stalls, steaming crab cauldrons, seafood restaurants and sourdough French bread bakeries are the highlights.souvenir shops and historic ships add to the atmosphere. The historic F-Line streetcar and two cable car lines terminate in the area and sightseeing boats and boat charters link to Alcatraz(“The Rock”), Angel Island and other points around San Francisco Bay.


The historic heart of San Francisco, Chinatown is the oldest and one of the largest in the United States. The entrance to Chinatown at Grant Avenue and Bush Street is called the “Dragon’s Gate.” Inside are 24 blocks of hustle and bustle, most of it taking place along Grant, the oldest street in San Francisco. This city within a city is best explored on foot; exotic shops, food markets, temples and small museums comprise its boundaries. Visitors can buy herbal remedies, enjoy samples at a tea bar or order a “dim sum” lunch.

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