San Francisco’s Chinatown is popular, but it’s not easy to understand without a guide. Join this great walking tour for an insider’s look at Chinatown.
According to the San Francisco Travel Association, around 16 million people visit the city per year, some of them repeat visitors. If you’re an aficionado of the City by the Bay, likely you’ve checked off many of the “must-do” items listed below. That being the case, it’s time for new inspiration. Here’s a look at eight San Francisco traditions knowledgeable Bay enthusiasts can definitely live without and what to do instead.
As you’d likely imagine, a first-timer’s visit to the City by the Bay generally entails eating clam chowder at Fisherman’s Wharf, shopping at Macy’s in Union Square and touring Coit Tower. This might even describe your second or third trip to town. But what to do when you realize you’ve seen all the main attractions and are no longer thrilled by the prospect of riding a cable car down the Powell-Hyde line?
Ninety minutes from San Francisco, Tomales Bay feels much farther removed from the city. This coastal retreat known for its delicious oysters and beautiful coastline makes a great day out from San Francisco, and an even better overnight trip. Here’s how to spend the perfect day in Tomales Bay. Getting there Take the scenic […]
A mention of San Francisco immediately conjures images of its beautiful bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, the city’s historic counterculture, its Victorian homes, and steep hills. Now picture this: San Francisco and the Super Bowl.
We all know the Mark Twain quote: “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” If that’s the case, then imagine a real winter… While no snow drifts down on to the City by the Bay, San Francisco can get windy and rainy and definitely calls for cozying up next to […]
No matter how you’re hoping to ring in 2016, San Francisco’s got you covered. There’s always an abundance of special New Year’s Eve events to choose from, and this year is no different. Take your pick from the many glamorous galas, costume parties, and annual events featuring DJs and bottle service, or find something a little less fancy.
San Francisco is known for being a little eccentric, often even marching to the beat of it’s own drum. As such, there’s plenty of unusual or weird attractions to keep any visitor or local busy for quite some time. Maybe even indefinitely.
Basecamp for Burning Man, home of a renowned Latin neighborhood that celebrates Day of the Dead, and said to crawl with paranormal activity, San Francisco is one of the best places in the United States to be on Halloween. From ghost tours to Ghost Ship, here is how to celebrate Halloween in San Francisco 2015.
Between the renowned attractions, rolling hills, natural vegetation and rugged scenery, urban hiking in San Francisco is a favorite activity in the City by the Bay. Visitors stumble upon secret stairwells lined by sandstone cliffs and rocky beauty along the coastline, but San Francisco holds so many secrets nature lovers are best off booking a hiking tour – an urban hiking tour that is.