Famous for its fog, steep hills and the 60’s Summer of Love, San Francisco is a one-of-a-kind city where anything is possible and everyone is accepted.
There’s no better place to start exploring than at the Golden Gate Bridge. Hire a bike and pedal across this world-famous landmark, before heading back to Fisherman’s Wharf to fuel up with a warming bowl of clam chowder. From here, head to Mission Street to admire the incredible street art before exploring the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. San Francisco is a city that’s great to explore on foot, but if your legs are feeling tired, hop on an iconic cable car for a fun way to see the city. Plus, no visit to San Francisco is complete without a visit to America’s most notorious prison, Alcatraz.
Haight-Ashbury district is the perfect place to don flowers in your hair and celebrate all things hippie. Mission District is home to vintage shops and amazing Mexican food and Castro, San Francisco’s gay neighbourhood, is the place for cocktails and dancing; you can recover the next morning at Alamo Square Park.
Liberal, unique and eclectic, you’ll experience something different every time you visit the wonderful San Francisco.