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San Francisco’s famous cable cars (trams) aren’t just another way of getting around – they’re an institution of the city! Regularly used by locals and a must-do tourist experience, the cable cars retain their old-world charm and are a unique way to get to many of the city’s most popular sights.
A gathering place for locals and must-see for visitors, Frisco’s most famous Pier has everything you could need with restaurants, shops and attractions. People-watch over a speciality Clam Chowder, or wander down the dock and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views of San Francisco Bay including the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.
You could easily spend hours watching the entertaining antics of Pier 39’s resident (and very noisy!) California sea lions as they bask and play around K-Dock.
20,000 local sea creatures are waiting to make your acquaintance as you enter a hidden world beneath San Francisco Bay! Come face-to-face with Sevengill sharks, marvel at the magnificent moon jellies and get hands-on with daily animal feedings and interactions at the Aquarium.
This incredible feat of engineering is an icon of San Francisco and needs no introduction. You should definitely set aside a few hours to cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge – it’s longer than it looks but the views are totally worth it!
One of the top tourist spots in the US, you simply can’t visit San Fran and not take a tour of Alcatraz – an ex-military prison on an island just of the coast.
Tip: Alcatraz tickets sell out weeks in advance (especially in Summer) – so you MUST book in advance. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
A cosmopolitan city that’s home to a variety of people, foods, music and sightseeing, San Francisco celebrates creativity and diversity – and really knows how to enjoy itself!
Although the city’s cool, laid-back atmosphere is bound to draw you in, you just can’t miss out on any of the fabulous things to do in San Francisco!
But it’s the little things that really make San Francisco what it is – from the “Crookedest Street” to Pier 39’s famous Sea Lions.
Check out the guides and tips above for our recommendations on San Francisco attractions.