Full day Itinerary
Take a walk through the historic Mission District, ride a vintage cable car, explore Chinatown, admire the Golden Gate Bridge, and tour Alcatraz Island.
Elegant, distinctive, and cool, San Francisco holds a special place in the fabric of the United States. The cosmopolitan city, built on forty-three hills, offers breathtaking views of one of the world’s greatest bays, and proudly showcases its diverse food, music and art.
Enjoy classical European style and modern sophistication at the landmark Taj Campton Place, San Francisco. This historic boutique hotel at the prestigious Union Square is renowned for warmth, intimacy and quiet exclusivity.
San Francisco International Airport is one of the busiest air hubs in the United States. It offers connections to the rest of the country as well as the rest of the world.
Amtrak services link San Francisco to the rest of the country. There is no interstate station in San Francisco, and you can use the stations in Emeryville or Oakland across the bay.
As the primary bus station, the Transbay Transit Center, is still under construction, each of the service providers have independent bus stops. Reputed bus operators include Greyhound, Bolt Bus and California Shuttle Bus.
It is easy to drive from San Francisco to the rest of California, as well as the neighbouring states, due to the extensive network of highways, which are called Interstates in the USA.