Things to do in San Francisco

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San Francisco is one of California’s principal cities and an enormous draw for travelers. San Francisco attractions include its amazing sunny temperature, its gung-ho populace and beautiful sights. If you want to do San Francisco sightseeing, you can be sure that you’ll have a good time. There are of course lots of things to do in San Francisco.

San Francisco attractions include Alcatraz Island, which used to be a penitentiary, and is now a principal tourist draw. The Golden Gate Bridge, the Old Faithful Geyser of California, Chinatown and the cable cars are top of the list when it comes to San Francisco sightseeing.

If you desire action, you’ll obtain it here. Taking part in parties and events, visiting museums, living it up at the nightclubs, visiting wineries are just a few of the things to make in San Francisco. There are lots of impressive sightseeing opportunities – like taking the observations of San Francisco Bay and the wine country on a Zeppelin, impressive jet helicopter flightseeing and rides in an open-cockpit biplane.


If you’re the outdoorsy type, you can go sailing, biking, kayaking, trekking or even hot air ballooning. San Francisco also presents lots of partying occasions with its nightclubs, lounges and bars. It’s enormous place for an extraordinary holiday.

San Francisco Attractions, Activities and Day Trips: Across the Bay Bridge, Berkeley is a university town great for exploring. This town boasts a bohemian spirit. Mingle with liberal college students and throw-backs from the 60s. Berkeley’s Telegraph Avenue is filled with funky coffee shops and is great for shopping.

San Francisco’s famous attractions. Visitors won’t want to miss Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, China Town, Union Square, Lombard Street (the world’s most crooked street), Coit Tower, Russian Hill, the Presidio, Alcatraz and the Romanesque Saints Peter and Paul Church. Art and theatre buffs can visit the world-renowned San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Asian Art Museum and the theater district, which is spread out within a five-block radius.

The highs from November-April typically stay in the high fifties and the low sixties, with the evening temps hovering in the low- to mid-forties. From May to October, temperatures top out at 70 and kick back to a low- to mid-fifties at night. You’ll suffer some pretty chilly days during the winter season. With winds whipping off the ocean, you might want to bundle up. North, east, and south of the city, summers are warmer. Thin cottons are usually fine for the Wine Country (Sonoma), but in the city, it’s always a good idea to wear many different layers and a backpack to carry them in when visiting warmer neighborhoods.

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