That’s easy! San Francisco Bay Area’s like a treasure map. Filled with hidden gems of unique, new, and wonderful sights to see and things to do.
Whether you want a weekend getaway or a family vacation, there’s always something special taking place.
The Bay Area is filled with... the arts, music, theater, special activities, events, and everything in between.
So... get off that couch and come see the San Francisco Bay Area with us.
Afterall... just look at all these bay area counties we’ve got to choose from. Like...
Overwhelmed? Don’t be! We don’t have to see everything all at once.
San Francisco’s Bay Area always calls us back to see more. YES? So... spread it out!
How about we start discovering a bit of Alameda and San Francisco. Ready to go? Okay
Across the Bay from San Francisco lies the Island town of Alameda.
Filled with an assortment of Mom and Pop specialty stores... the Alameda Theater - an art deco movie theater built in 1932, and more.
Then there's Oakland - offering plenty to see and do... a historic city with a modern flair.
Let’s take a dockside tour of the 165-foot long USS Potomac - formally known as the
"Floating White House" serving as Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Presidential Yacht until his
death in 1945.
Or explore the hip art scenes. Oakland’s Mediterranean climate is perfect to see
world-class attractions, bustling nightlife, action-packed pro sporting events, and more.
When it comes to unforgettable vacations, the Bay Area's city of San Francisco is THE magical city in Northern California.
And... if you’re up for it... walking tours are one of the best ways to explore the city
by the bay.
Imagine sharing your memorable photos and stories of your amazing San Francisco Bay Area trip with your friends and family.
Loaded with romantic bay views and breathtaking scenery... world-famous landmarks... and some of the most popular attractions in all of California.
Many of San Francisco's attractions are one-of-a-kind. Like...
Imagine riding the cable car to the Cable Car Museum.
Finding the Fortune Cookie Factory - tucked in an alley- at 56 Ross Alley in Chinatown.
Who knew a warm fortune cookie could be so delicious?
Seeing the sights and sounds of the city, and enjoying culinary adventures, too.
And how about Pier 39... from its amazing views and oceans of sea lions... to chowder bread bowls and California wines.
A place to leisurely walk around... gift shop... eat at any one of the tons of restaurants... or just stare at the boats.
So if this is your first visit to the city of San Francisco, let’s make sure that Pier 39 is on your list of places to see.
And that’s just the beginning.
So you see... San Francisco’s filled with magical places to go and sights to see.
And you’ll have the time of your life exploring the Bay Area.
So what are you waiting for... let’s go?