Published on : Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Travel desires are best satisfied when toured to San Francisco, the dreamland is planned and completed. Travelling is complete with perfectly planned tour guide, the three-day itinerary for exploring the city in a finest way to create moments of bliss and absolute thrilling memory.
Safety and healthy ways to explore the city
Irrespective of the route taken, the apt way to enjoy the City by the Bay is to follow travel rules safely. In San Francisco the management of the city focussed on cleaning and maintaining residents in a healthy way. They also expect the travellers to wear mask and maintain social distancing follow basic covid-19 rules and practice good hygiene. A weekend trip may be planned to San Francisco by following the below mentioned idea.
Day 1 / Friday
The hotels in the city are all ready to welcome tourists again. Visitors may enjoy stay amidst luxurious accommodations. Most hotels in the city are located near the popular tourist attractions, so that people may quickly take a trip and return to their rooms after enjoying the scenic view of San Francisco.
Arriving the city by the diner time will open up new possibilities and welcome tourists with tempting cuisine. Delicious food at the neighbourhood amidst the charming environment will welcome all guests to enjoy the meal. Strolling along the city amidst beautiful environment will further charm all senses while fresco dining in style.
Options are countless, dig into the Chinese dishes in Chinatown or bite into a prize-winning pizza in North beach. Also available are the fresh seafood at Fisherman’s Wharf and mouth-watering burritos in the Mission. With nearby local breweries and the vineyards of Napa Valley and Sonoma County keeping us well supplied, there’s no limit to the pairings you can create.
There are several inspiring vantage points, Bay lights and Landmark Bridge is another attraction. Out in the Sunsent or Richmond the view of azure sky and expansive Pacific is mesmerising.Another way to explore the city sights is on a Big Bus hop-on, hop-off bus tour. Enjoy the flexibility before and after dinner as you explore the treasures of Golden Gate Bridge to Fisherman’s Wharf, Haight-Ashbury to Chinatown. Book a tour.
Day 2 / Saturday
Time to enjoy the boundless outdoor, great outdoors is appealing to senses. San Francisco is one of the greenest cities in the country and offers endless scopes to explore the city. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Embarcadero from Oracle Park in SoMA all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf. This flat, paved promenade gives you gorgeous views of the Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, and Alcatraz.
On the west side of the city is Golden Gate Park. This 150-year-old marvel of landscape engineering is bigger than New York City’s Central Park! With much of it closed off to vehicles, you can amble along both footpaths and roadways while giving your fellow urban explorers plenty of space. Within the park, you’ll find hidden treasures like a peaceful lake, a herd of bison, and towering Dutch windmills.
Other exploring options include the visit to the museum of San Francisco and let unwind the creative spirit within you. There are big sculptural works like “Cupid’s Span” on the Embarcadero or “Venus” at Trinity Place.
The Mission is famous for its murals, which you can find along almost any side street. Known for encompassing both neighborhood history and social justice campaigns, the most visited of these murals can be found in Balmy Alley and Clarion Alley.
Exploring Other Iconic places here includes cable car ride, visit to the selfie point at Lombard street. Coit Tower and a hike up to Telegraph Hill, some places are yet not open for tourists, others such as parks are open for picnic or strolling. And who can forget our Golden Gate Bridge, which you can always walk, bike, or drive across for a quintessential California experience.
Day 3 / Sunday or Funday
Begin with shopping from the local business in San Francisco city. The flagship luxury stores along with local shopping stores are a unique ensemble of retail offerings. In the Marina, there is charming boutiques along Union and Chestnuts streets. Up the hill from there, Fillmore St. runs through the Pacific Heights and Fillmore neighborhoods and offers designer clothing, stylish home furnishings, and indulgent self-care items. Hayes Street near Civic Center has great clothes shopping in close proximity to excellent cafes. Haight Street between Masonic Avenue and Stanyan Street is where to go to get your fix of San Francisco’s Summer of Love wear. And in the Mission, a walk down Valencia Street offers everything from antique furniture to independent bookstores to vintage records.
Taking a city tour with local guides is also possible here. Tourists may select 70s/80s Castro Walking Tour with activist Ken Jones and learn about the history of the fight for LGBTQ rights. Explore the lifestyles of the rich and famous with a tour that takes you to some of San Francisco’s most palatial homes. Or determine once and for all which pizzeria in North Beach is serving up the best slices with a Pizza & Bar Crawl. The opportunities are endless and they all come with that local knowledge no visitor should be without.
So planning a weekend tour to San Francisco will offer endless merry making opportunity, though three days is never enough.