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Tours & Tastings
San Francisco offers plenty of choices when it comes to enjoying an authentic wine tasting. From the simple to the extravagant.More
Hotels & Resorts
When visiting San Franisco, there are plenty of options to choose your place to rest; from the high-end to the budget-level hotel chains.More
Bars & Restaurants
The San Francisco culinary scene is vast; from the trendy popups to the ultimate & elegant. Many different neighborhoods (North Beach, Mission, SOMA) allow you to dine the best of American, French, Italian and Asian cuisines the world has to offer.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Being San Francisco being such a vast metropolitan area, there's plenty of ways to get around the City by the Bay. From cable cars, city buses, taxis, private transportation, shuttles and ride-hailing app companies have drivers readily available to pick you up.More
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San Francisco's seasons
Know what the best season is to visit San Francisco and what to wear.
(November - February) The winters in San Francisco can offer a wide-ranging forecast, so we recommend you dress in warm layers and carry a rain jacket as fog layers can get thick enough to feel like it's raining.
(April - May) Spring in San Francisco provides temperatatures in the 40-55 degress with the occassional rain shower depending on the weather patterns. It's a great time of the year to walk the city and check out the local tasting rooms.
(June - August) This is the best season to visit San Francisco, but it's also the busiest as travellers around the globe arrive to checkout the city and typically do a day trip to either Napa Valley or Sonoma from here.
(September - October) The fall season in San Francisco typically offers an extended summer weather pattern, allowing you to enjoy the sights, sounds and aromas of this "city by the bay".
San Francisco's travel tips
Traveling to San Francisco
- Visiting San Francisco offers you the flexibility to choose either Oakland International Airport (OAK) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO). From there, it's about a 25-45-minute drive depending on traffic.
- There are plenty of transportation options to get to and from the local airports and to San Francisco. Both Uber and Lyft are readily available for those that want door-to-door service.
- For those on a budget, ride BART to and from either airport will get you into the north side of San Francisco and hail a ride share from there. MUNI streetcars are always another way to get around the city.
About San Francisco
With so many options of things to do in San Francisco, you could stay a week and not be able to enjoy it all. From checking out the headquarters to popular tech companies to the world-class museums, San Francisco offers a lot for everyone in the group to enjoy.
No visit to San Francisco is complete without visiting Ghirardelli Square, the infamous tour of Alcatraz, a walk across the Golden Gate bridge, or a stroll through Chinatown.