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Famous for its steep hills, cable cars and, of course, that big red bridge, San Francisco is a Californian city with a difference.
Anyone looking for an adventurous honeymoon will certainly find it here. Enjoy romantic bike rides around the bay and across the Golden Gate Bridge, watch the sky turn from opulent pink into glorious starry black on a California sunset cruise, or indulge with any number of the delectable wine tasting experiences available at the nearby wine country.
Bring the kids and explore the multi-cultured hub that is downtown San Francisco. For once, it will be easy to cater for everyone, as they can choose from a multitude of mouth-watering cuisines, from delicious Chinese food in world-famous China Town to fresh seafood at Pier 39. Every day will offer new discoveries and activities, with cable car tours, bike trips and excursions to the notorious Alcatraz Prison all being popular choices.
Surprisingly, the best time to visit San Francisco is from September to November as these months offer travellers consistently warm days perfect for soaking up the sun, while peak season is during the summer months and can see a huge surge of tourists and unbearably high temperatures.
Spend your days San Francisco dreaming on the perfect honeymoon in the city. Explore world-famous landmarks, watch the sun set over the marvellous Golden Gate Bridge or venture into the wine country for exquisite wine tasting experiences. With such a wide array of luxury jam-packed itineraries, you'll be truly spoilt for choice on how to spend your wonderful honeymoon.
With such mesmerising bay views and gorgeous city skylines, we're sure there are no limits to the romantic views available in the incredible city of San Francisco. Experience a luxury romantic couples holiday with a difference as you explore the wonders that the city has to offer, or widen your palette with a trip to the picturesque and secluded wine country. No matter what you do, there will be no shortage of romance.
Create the perfect family holiday package to San Francisco and fill your itinerary with activities to keep everyone entertained. Discover historical landmarks and a myriad of heavenly restaurants to please even the fussiest of eaters. Take the stress out of holidaying and unwind together in a luxury hotel, knowing that you're on the perfect family getaway.
It was once known as ‘the bridge that couldn’t be built’, and now the Golden Gate Bridge’s vermilion structure is not only a San Francisco icon, but is also considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.
The bridge opened in 1937 after a four-year nightmare of unwavering winds, thick fog and treacherous tides working against the city’s efforts, but the outcome was worth it. This feat of human engineering is incredible and astounding to witness in person, and we really recommend setting aside a sunny afternoon to walk along it’s single-suspension span.
The bridge isn't the only gold on offer in picturesque San Francisco; there's also an emerald-hued haven, littered with gems of stunning beauty and home to the oldest Japanese garden in all of the United States.
Golden Gate Park is a must-see destination while visiting San Francisco. Take in the fresh natural air and journey around the verdant landscape and observe impressive windmills, a dream-like waterfall and idyllic gardens displaying flowers of Shakespearean legend, to name just a few. Also in this park is the most tranquil and authentic Japanese garden you'll find in the west, complete with pagodas, bonsais and ponds.
Once known for housing some of the world’s most notorious criminals, Alcatraz’s legendary island-based prison is now open to the public who want to see what it was like on this isolated maximum-security facility.
Alcatraz’s short-lived life spanned 1934 to 1963, but saw the likes of Al Capone (Scarface) many other infamous gangsters during it’s time. Known as ‘The Rock’, this federal prison is famous for it’s hauntingly isolated location in the chilly Californian waters just off of San Francisco, and is a must-visit to all who come to this incredible city.
Fisherman’s Wharf’s historic harbour in San Francisco has seen it’s fair share of destruction in the past, and has resulted in an incredible re-birth lead by it’s magnificent melting pot of communities and their love of the sea.
Nowadays a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf guarantees you some absolutely incredible food, artisan alcohols, plenty of boutique shopping and a host of fun experiences to dive into including an aquarium, a cable car adventure, the historic pier and even Madame Tussauds. We recommend coming for an al fresco lunch and taking in the idyllic waterfront views on a warm, sunny day.
If you’re looking to get some serious shopping done while visiting San Francisco, then your go-to destination is the vibrant and cosmopolitan Union Square.
This one-block plaza is just around the corner from the neighbouring theatre district, and boasts an incredible collection of department stores, luxury boutiques, gift shops, prestigious
beauty salons and art galleries that are all sure to keep you busy for an afternoon at least. You’ll know you’ve found it when you spot the central 85 foot tall Dewey Monument and the statue of the Greek Goddess Nike standing on top.
Perhaps just as well-known as the steep hills that give San Francisco it’s dramatic and memorable cityscape, are the historic cable cars that carry it’s habitants up and down them.
The cable car system provides travellers with an excellent way to get around the city, see the sights and experience a truly authentic aspect of San Francisco; there’s something quite romantic about these idyllic and well-preserved pieces of history. Opt for a day pass if you plan on hopping on and off of the lines, and definitely bring your camera!
San Francisco’s legendary Chinatown is not only the largest one in existence outside of Asia, but it’s also North America’s oldest one.
Come with an empty stomach and you won’t know where to start, as all of the streets and alleys are lined with some of the city’s most mouth-watering and delicious dishes, including steamy dim sum offerings, succulent sliced meats on beds of rice, and chewy noodles drenched in boiling broths with melt-in-your-mouth toppings. A lot of the buildings reflect traditional Chinese architecture, making it a very photogenic destination to visit too.
When you’re done soaking up all of San Francisco’s California-cool and fancy getting out of the city, there’s no better place to visit than the fabled Napa Valley.
California is known all over the world for it’s incredible wine and legendary vineyards, and Napa Valley is where the magic happens. Spend an afternoon on a romantic wine-tasting experience guided by a passionate expert, grab a bike and see the vineyards from a different perspective on a sip and cycle tour, or go all out with a cruise around the Napa on a private yacht!
Experience one of the world's greatest wonders with an unforgettable helicopter tour.
Hop on a helicopter and venture inland to the vast Nevada desert, where you'll be treated to magnificent views of the Hoover Dam and the spectacular extinct volcanoes of the Black Mountain, all before you've even reached the Grand Canyon. Experience an uninterrupted view of one of the world's most unique and remarkable natural creations. Spanning an inconceivable 227-miles and with depths of up to 18-miles, there is truly no other sight quite like it.
Much like the Farmer's Market of Los Angeles or Macy's in New York, Pier 39 is a must-visit shopping destination, but with impressive views of the idyllic San Francisco harbour to make it an even more enjoyable experience.
Venture along and browse the diverse and eclectic range of restaurants, bars, stalls and fish markets. Boasting live music entertainment, an aquarium, whale tours, arcades and the world-famous 'sea-lebrity' sea-lions that inhabit the K-Dock, there won't be a moment of boredom to be had while you stroll along these gorgeous renowned boardwalks.
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