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  • SAN FRANCISCO: Amazing Things to Do

    Many things are on everyone’s bucket list in San Fransico. It’s clear that San Francisco is a place you will remember for many years. You can walk across the Golden Gate Bridge or ride its iconic cable cars. We did, I’m sure!

    San Francisco is one the most beautiful cities in California. If not the best, it is definitely worth planning a trip to San Francisco. This guide will show you the best places to see the iconic San Francisco skyline at sunset.

    Top Things to Do in San Francisco

    The San Francisco Explorer Pass is a great way to see the best attractions in San Francisco. You can choose from 2, 3, 4 or 5 tours and attractions. You can travel at your own pace by taking the Hop-on Hop-off Big Bus Tour, or a Francisco Bay Cruise. These attractions include. The Aquarium of the Bay’s underwater glass tunnels, and touch pools are available at the California Academy of Sciences. You can also save up to 60% compared to purchasing individual attractions tickets.

    Golden Gate Bridge

    The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most popular things to do in San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see, no matter how long you stay 72hrs or for two weeks.

    The city’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge is an important part of its skyline. The bridge’s distinctive red architecture is synonymous with San Francisco. The Bay area surrounding the bridge is so well-known that it has been designated a national park. This area is known as Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It is home to many different viewpoints and hiking trails.

    You can cross Golden Gate Bridge on the pedestrian footpath. From there, you can also walk to viewpoints that offer a great view. Marin Headlands is the best spot to watch the sunset; Fort Point is where you should be for sunrise and sunset.

    We bought a Hop-on, Hop-Off Bus ticket when we first visited San Francisco. It was an excellent way to see all of the main attractions in San Francisco. This is one way we love to explore new cities. This allows us to see more in a shorter time, and make notes about where we want to go next. The tour can be booked for one or two days and includes crossing the Golden Gate Bridge and exploring at your own pace. It also stops at historic neighborhoods like Fisherman’s Wharf, Haight-Ashbury, and Fisherman’s Wharf.

    Enjoy a San Francisco Bay Boat Tour

    San Francisco Bay is an estuary that runs off the Pacific Ocean. San Francisco is built around this estuary with bridges crossing the water to connect the shores. San Francisco Bay is central for everyday life, with many San Franciscans crossing the bay at least once a day.

    Are you ready to explore San Francisco’s bay region? Take a boat trip to see the best of San Francisco Bay.

    A boat tour will take you past many landmarks, such as the San Francisco Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll also pass Alcatraz Island (more details later). A sunset catamaran tour can be booked with dinner, or a daytime sightseeing cruise that includes informative commentary. The Golden Gate Bay Cruise takes visitors around the bay to view Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge and Sausalito, the former hippy enclave. Keep an eye out to see dolphins, sea-lions and whales.

    See the Sea Lions at Fisherman’s Wharf

    It wouldn’t be a San Francisco trip without seeing the California sea lions. Pier 39 is the favourite spot for a large colony sea lions if you go to Fisherman’s Wharf.

    Fisherman’s Wharf is the most touristy part of San Francisco. It’s also the ideal place to go if you’re new to the city. You’ll find famous San Francisco clam chowder, Alcatraz tickets, as well as tourist experiences such Madame Tussauds wax Museum and the San Francisco Dungeon.

    They were first seen in Fisherman’s Wharf 1989, and they haven’t stopped since. We mean it when we say that there are many of them on the Pier. It will be difficult to spot a single inch of wood. This adorable phenomenon is worth a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf if you’ve never seen wild sea lions.

    Alcatraz Island

    Alcatraz Island, a national landmark that dates back over 100 years, is now a national historical landmark. This notorious island was once home to some of the most extreme, high-security prisons in the world. Al Capone and Billy Cook, the Killer were among the famous Alcatraz inmates. To see the horrors of American prison life, you can visit the island and tour its cell block.

    It was closed in 1963 and has been a major cultural and historical attraction in the United States. It is a must-see for anyone who loves dark history. You can find independent exhibits, audio tours and a guided walking tour. It is in good condition and it is possible to wander the corridors of the prison cells, which offers a glimpse into pre-1960s island life.

    This highly-rated tour offers a self guided audio tour of Alcatraz Island. You will spend 2 days exploring San Francisco’s major attractions. Also, you can learn about San Francisco’s past and take a 1-hour city tour at night. More details here.

    California Academy Of Sciences

    Imagine a science museum multiplied by 100. The California Academy of Sciences has an amazing museum with an aquarium, planetarium and rainforest. It is worth spending at least one day in.

    Tickets can be booked ahead that include entry to the aquarium and rainforest, planetarium and natural history museum in one day at California Academy of Sciences

    It is the Academy’s individual museums that make it unique. The Kimball Natural History Museum could have dinosaur skeletons in the morning, while the planetarium will show you stars by noon. As you travel into space, you’ll be able experience the largest all-digital globearium in the world. Don’t forget the wildflowers that grow on the 2.5-acre living roof.

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