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Exploring San Francisco
When it comes to ‘The City’, you don’t have to worry about cheap accommodation. San Francisco accommodation options are as varied as the cultural diversity in this highly liberal city. In addition, the city is gifted with natural and man-made wonders, making it very obvious as to how it became one of the more prominent American cities for tourists.
Some of the aspects that make this city so well-known include the hilly terrain, Victorian architecture, scenic beauty and great cultural diversity. Visitors may want to spend time observing the natural splendor before getting lost in awe of some of the greater structural feats the country has seen.
Accommodations in San Francisco
There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in San Francisco is the Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco Airport/Burlingame, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Inn San Francisco in San Francisco as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing in San Francisco
Immerse yourself in the various neighborhoods that contribute to the diversity of San Francisco, with places like Fisherman’s Wharf and Chinatown. In Fisherman’s Wharf, you can find street entertainers, great seafood and also a cruise to the infamous Alcatraz Prison, a definite treat for both movie and history buffs. Chinatown is partially an exhibit of local life and contains specialty stores that you cannot find even in major shopping malls./p>
Transportation in San Francisco
San Francisco’s public transit network is said to be more extensive than that of any other American city west of Chicago. San Francisco Municipal Railway, or MUNI, operates the city’s famous cable cars and trolleys, as well as more conventional buses and the Metro subway. The Caltrain rail network travels between San Francisco and San Jose, while the BART network links the city with Berkeley, Oakland, and both major Bay Area airports. Cycling and walking across the city’s hilly streets provides quite a workout.
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