On Business in San Francisco? Here’s How to Spend Your Free Time
With its many attractions, landmarks, and Silicon Valley, San Francisco is a frequently visited destination in northern California for both business and leisure travelers. If you’re flying out to San Francisco, here’s how to make the most of your time in the Bay Area.
Take a Stroll at Fisherman’s Wharf
Fisherman’s Wharf is San Francisco’s historic waterfront district, made up of Pier 39, shops, restaurants, bars, amusement rides, boat tours, sightseeing, and more. If you’re looking to walk along the water and grab a bite or drink, Fisherman’s Wharf is where to go.
Tour the Golden Gate Bridge
You can’t visit San Francisco without taking a second to admire the Golden Gate Bridge. The 8,981 feet (1.7 mi) bridge was declared one of the Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Get the best look at the Golden Gate Bridge through these top Golden Gate Bridge tours.
Catch a Professional Game
See some professional sports action in San Francisco! Take a ride out to Levi’s Stadium to watch the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers or head to the newly-constructed Chase Center, and watch the NBA’s Golden State Warriors. Major League Baseball will return to Oracle Park in March 2020 for the San Francisco Giants.
Ride Down Lombard Street
Ride with GroundLink down the ‘Crookedest Street in the World.’ Lombard Street, the famous zig-zagged, one-way, downhill road, is one of San Francisco’s most famous landmarks. Its turns and abundance of flowers are certainly a sight to see.
Explore Alcatraz Island
Experience the legendary Alcatraz Island in the San Francisco Bay. Alcatraz was an infamous prison that was home to some of the most notorious criminals. Book a tour and check out one of the most mysterious places in the world.
Curious about what else is out on the west coast? Check out more places to visit in San Francisco.