- By kevin
- On Mar 26, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
Travel guide about the San Francisco by Globerouter.com. Take the bus from Los Angeles to San Francisco, have a meaningful weekend with your kids. There’s plenty for culture lovers to adore as well. Pick up a book of poetry in the City Lights bookstore, catch a gig at the Fillmore, or climb the streets that Steve McQueen sped along in Bullitt. There is always be something to set your imagination racing.
How to get there by bus?
number of different bus services run into San Francisco, including:
Greyhound: The main stop is at 200 Folsom St with services to most California cities.
Bolt Bus: Stops at the Greyhound Terminal on Folsom Street and connects San Francisco to LA.
California Shuttle Bus: Stops at Hilton Hotel, 333 O'Farrell St and runs to LA.
Megabus: Stops at the Caltrain station on 4th Street and provides an express to LA.
BART, Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans and AC Transit also provide connections to destinations in the Bay Area.
Where to Stay in San Francisco?
Fisherman's Wharf – Fisherman’s Wharf is the tourist hub of the city. It’s the jumping-off-point for boats to Alcatraz and hosts a huge array of souvenir shops and restaurants. If you just want to see the sights and don’t mind the vacation crowds right on your doorstep, it’s a good place to base yourself.
Haight – Haight was famous as the epicenter of the 1960s hippy movement, and it’s still a bohemian enclave in the heart of the city. It's the place to stay if you plan to check out San Fran’s live music scene, tour the homes of long-dead legendary musicians, or stock up on vintage records.