Surrounded by a breathtaking view of rolling hills, San Francisco is known for its cool summers, an exceptional architectural blend, home of the 2nd largest China town in the US, and of course the golden gate! San Francisco is the perfect destination, filled with unlimited indoor and outdoor fun and adventure.
Here is an outline of the best things to do in San Francisco if you ever find your way there.
San Francisco has plenty of fun festivals to choose from such as Sausalito Arts Festival, Fringe Theatre Festival; outdoor events such as Ghirardelli Chocolate Festivals, Bay Area Blues Festival among many others. Additionally, if you’re passionate about sports, then catching a baseball game with the SF Giants or the Oakland A’s, will be worth your while.
Take one of the free walking tours around the beautiful city hall dome and witness some of the most excellent classic architectural jobs ever. The San Francisco City hall features a mini-museum, statues, a spectacular marble staircase, and an ever-changing art gallery. The building is about 12 inches taller than the United States Capitol Building.
When the 1906 San Francisco earthquake crashed the then city hall into dust, the municipal invested three years and over $3 million in building the current San Francisco city hall. In 1989, when yet another earthquake shook San Francisco, the city hall building stood the test, consequently earning a spot as one of the symbols of resilience in the US.
China Town and Japan Town
Visit Japan Town especially in April when folks celebrate cherry tree bloom. The festival carries on for two weekends, packed with lots of fun activities including food and traditional music.
2018 is the Year of Dog as the Chinese calendar dictates. Visit San Francisco this February and March to celebrate the Lunar New Year in one of the largest most colorful Grand Parade in the world.
Visit this beautiful garden inside the Golden Gate Park that is home to thousands of vegetation from around the world. We recommend a visit to April-May when most flowers reveal a wide array of beautiful colors and scents.
You will never run out of different varieties of restaurants to sample in San Francisco. At any particular hour, there are close to 3,000 restaurants open in San Francisco. I suggest booking a Secret Food Tour to enable you to explore all the culinary experience the city has to offer.
The Secret Food Tour San Francisco Team will take you through a food sampling adventure featuring different flavors of local foods and drinks as well as the one-of-a-kind stories of the city. As a signature move, at the end of the Secret food tour SF, you will be presented with a pleasant mouth surprise of a Secret Dish which you will only find out on the day.
The secret Food Tour SF team is made up of local crew who are eager to share knowledge and dining culture as well as gastronomy trends that the town has in store.
San Francisco has a rich history, stories, and adventures; all tucked in several dramatic murals and museums around the town. Measuring seven by seven miles in length and width, San Francisco is one of the world’s smallest “big” city. Its small size allows you to see and experience a lot in just a day. So book your ticket today by heading over to
Head on over to Secret Food Tour San Francisco website for more information and find out the booking details on https://www.secretfoodtours.com/san-francisco/