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San Francisco -- The Most Famous Cities In The World

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Apr 5, 2017
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Nightlife in San Francisco is boundless and offers entertainment for every traveler to the destination. Couples have locations such as the View Lounge and the Lion Pub to choose from while young singles have the Fillmore and Minx for their amusement. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge has been called one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Crews of 40 painters provide constant touch ups to the bridge's color.

The San Francisco Cable Car was created after Andrew Smith Hallidie witnessed a terrible accident involving five horses sliding and pulling a heavy load down a slippery grade to their deaths. A visit to a San Francisco Museum is a good way to spend a foggy day. The accredited San Francisco Zoo offers visitors a sightseeing expedition featuring zebras, giraffes, grizzly bears and endangered species such as the Waldrapp Ibis. Sterling from New York City stated," The Victorian House was tour was excellent with great history and a nice walk."

 

San Francisco Tour

 

The prestigious University of Berkley offers tours of the forested 178-acre campus. An educated student guides most visitors and tours will discover the school's long term history including student's 1960s involvement in the Free Speech Movement.

San Francisco is a city that is known for its unique beauty and diverse terrain along with the city's incredible ethnic and cultural variety. It is one of the most visited cities anywhere in the world.

The Castro or Upper Market is known as the gay capital of the world. Visitors will appreciate the outdoor cafes and chic stores. The extensive views of the Bay Area will have tourists reaching for their cameras.

The accredited San Francisco Zoo offers visitors a sightseeing expedition featuring zebras, giraffes, grizzly bears and endangered species such as the Waldrapp Ibis. A kid's zoo has been added to the premises and gives children the opportunity to be hands on with the animals. The zoo is concerned about conservation efforts and encourages visitors to join them in saving endangered creatures.

The San Francisco Cable Car was created after Andrew Smith Hallidie witnessed a terrible accident involving five horses sliding and pulling a heavy load down a slippery grade to their deaths. Hallidie was inspired to invent the cable car system using suspension bridge technology. It has been in use ever since providing transportation for people to Aquatic Park and Fisherman's Wharf.

 

San Francisco Trip

 

Tourists to San Francisco have said, "Chartering a Bus in San Francisco was a delightful experience and the bus drivers were friendly and warm." Another traveler said," It was easy to walk to sightseeing locations and the farmers market has outstanding food, so show up hungry." Sterling from New York City stated," The Victorian House was tour was excellent with great history and a nice walk."

A visit to a San Francisco Museum is a good way to spend a foggy day. Recommended museums include the contemporary and ethnic M.H. de Young Memorial Museum located in Golden Gate Park. Additionally, the Cable Car Museum will treat patrons to displays about the famous transportation system.

A ferry ride to Alcatraz Island for a tour of the famous penitentiary is on many to do lists and for good reason. Famous outlaws such as Al Capone, George Kelly and Robert Franklin Stroud were inmates at Alcatraz.