Visiting San Francisco in Summer
There’s a reason San Francisco is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Actually, there are many – so many!
San Francisco is one of the most friendly international cities on the planet, welcoming thousands of travelers from all over the world each year. It’s well known as a cosmopolitan foodie town, from the fine Italian restaurants of North Beach to dim sum in Chinatown to excellent ramen shops and sushi in Japantown, Taquerias in the Mission District, Seafood in Fisherman’s Wharf, Thai, Ethiopian, Vietnamese, Russian, Indian, you name it, we have it, and it’s all the best of the best. Any San Franciscan will tell you, if a restaurant doesn’t absolutely rock in San Francisco it won’t last 6 months. San Franciscans are epicures, and the city has some of the best restaurants, bars, clubs, and cannabis dispensaries anywhere in the world.
When so many other cities are sweltering in the summer, San Francisco is known for being cool in June, July and August, thanks to our fog that is so famous it even has a name – Karl, There are so many things for tourists to explore, from the panoramic views from Coit Tower, to the colorful Castro, to the groovy Haight Ashbury, to our numerous museums like The California Academy of Sciences, The DeYoung Art Museum, The Museum of the African Diaspora, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, The Cartoon Art Museum, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Legion of Honor Museum, The Asian Art Museum, and many others, to boating on the stunning San Francisco Bay and whale watching out by the Farallon Islands.
That’s all directly in the city, but many come here for day trips to all sorts of adventures near San Francisco, seeking out the great beauty of Yosemite or Sausalito,or the majesty of the giant redwood trees of Muir Woods, or visiting the famous wine regions of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys.
And, of course, there’s the newest Northern California tourist attraction that combines the best of all San Francisco side trips. Just north of Sonoma County is stunningly beautiful Mendocino County, entrance to the famed Emerald Triangle, home to the tallest redwoods, award winning wineries, and, for the first time open to the public, the boutique cannabis farms of the best legal cannabis brands in the world! In a single day you can go wine tasting, visit a cannabis farm and visit the magnificent redwoods and the spectacular Northern California coast!
So when you’re trying to decide where to go this summer, there’s one destination that truly has it all! Come on out to San Francisco this summer, and allow us to show you the vacation of your life!