It’s often left off the lists of top attractions to see in San Francisco, but don’t let that stop you from seeing Beach Blanket Babylon, the oldest musical revue in the city. Named after the beach party movies of the 1960s starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello and originally created by Steve Silver, Beach Blanket Babylon premiered […]
San Francisco is a city of neighborhoods, full of steep hills and overflowing with well-known attractions. It’s impossible to see all of it on your first visit, but you’ll have a great time trying. Here are the essentials we think any first time visitor should see on their first visit to our beautiful city by […]
The waters off the coast of San Francisco are part of a great coastal highway for migrating whales, especially blue, gray and humpback whales. Many whale watching trips out of San Francisco also include an area called the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, located about 27 miles west of San Francisco. The sanctuary and the waters near San Francisco attract […]
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San Francisco’s vintage clothing options are as diverse at it’s people. Whether you have an eye for Indian embroidery, ’40s style dresses or European inspired designs, you can always find something to worth stopping for on the racks of San Francisco’s best vintage stores. Some are scattered across the city and many are located in […]
Golden Gate Park is one of the most visited parks in the United States. Spanning about half the length of the city and covering 1,017 acres, it’s larger than Manhattan’s Central Park by about 175 acres. It was created during the 1870s in a similarly long and narrow shape, and Golden Gate Park is also […]
For my first adult visit to San Francisco – the last time I visited I was around twelve and my idea of culinary perfection was Lunchables – my goal was to determine whether or not the edible elitism was justified. Which is how I found myself strolling towards the iconic Ferry Building early one morning with friend and new Bay Area resident, Abby for the San Francisco Combo: Ferry Building Food Tour and Alcatraz.
Embrace your inner tourist and hop aboard a day tour of San Francisco to catch a glimpse of the city’s touchstone neighborhoods and destinations.
San Francisco’s great location means that it’s not so great in helping you decide between the wide variety of attractions nearby. Make it easy on yourself by taking a San Francisco Super Saver: Muir Woods and Wine Country Tour and experience some of the best of what San Francisco has to offer on one convenient tour.
San Francisco has a long history with sourdough bread, and it’s one of the first things that comes to mind for people, when you mention San Francisco. They quickly conjures up images of big sourdough bread bowls filled to the brim with steaming hot clam chowder. One of the city’s best known spots to try […]