San Francisco is always a fun city to visit. There are numerous hilly streets, classic architecture, and all sorts of people to encounter. Anyone going on vacation to the Bay Area can expect different surprises every time. The city is so packed with opportunities guaranteed to break the budget of anyone committed to having a great time.
If you want a feel of the Bay Area’s historical heritage, you can stay in one of those quaint hotels in San Francisco CA, such as the Hotel Majestic, which are right at the heart of the city and give you access to most of its attractions. The first thing to do after checking in is to buy a San Francisco City Pass, which includes a seven-day unlimited access to all public transportation, and discount charges to select attractions. Take the time as well to buy a map and plan your activities.
If you fancy yourself as a man of the sea, you can hit Pier 39 in the Fisherman’s Wharf, and the Maritime Museum. Pier 39 itself is a market-goer’s delight with over 120 stores to visit and many fun-filled attractions. Fisherman’s Wharf is never complete without a taste of the walk-away sundae, the famous clam chowder, and the sourdough French bread, plus a view of the attack submarine SS Pampanito. The Maritime Museum exhibits icons of the city’s seafaring traditions.
When an artistic side of you practically screams to be let out, indulge for free at the Museum of Modern Art and the Asian Art Museum. They offer free admission on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, respectively. Also take the time to relish the sights at the Palace of Fine Arts.
In the Shadow of the Bridge
To behold the magnificent sight of the Golden Gate Bridge is the height of every San Francisco trip, especially if you actually get to walk the entire span. Furthermore, the south side of the span has Baker Beach, China Beach, and Crissy Field to stretch your legs in. Always layer up because even in the summertime, it’s still rather cold in San Francisco.
Any visitor will have every reason to make the most of the wonderful Bay Area experience. Getting a room in charming hotels in Japantown San Francisco, such as the Hotel Majestic, keeps you closer to the places worth visiting.