San Francisco is easy to navigate and many areas are walkable. It's a foodie town with so much to do that one trip may not be enough.
- Golden Gate Bridge: The orange-colored Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic landmark. It opened in 1937 and stretches nearly two miles across the bay. Pedestrians, bicyclists and cars cross the bridge for picturesque views every day.
- Fisherman's Wharf: This is a popular spot for visitors with restaurants, hotels, and bars. It's bustling with activity where sea lions lounge, streetcars connect and fishing boats coast in the harbor.
- Golden Gate Park: One of the largest city parks in the world, Golden Gate Park covers 1,017 acres along the western edge of San Francisco. It houses gardens, picnic areas, museums, ponds, and sports facilities.