Plan your trip to San Francisco. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like Top of the Mark), find things to see and do (like Golden Gate Bridge), and research places to eat (like Ike's Place).
Getting to San Francisco:
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Here are the top recommended hotels in San Francisco:
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Here are some of the most recommended things to do in San Francisco:
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Here are some places to eat in San Francisco.
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If you're flying into San Francisco, you can fly into one of these major airports:
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Here are some of the recommended campgrounds around San Francisco:
Here's what Trippy members say about San Francisco:
"Great time to visit is after school starts. Prices cheaper, crowds lessen. Avoid Fishermans Wharf except for a stroll to eat some fresh crab or shrimp cocktail. Get from curb vendor with loaf of sourdough bread and enjoy ambience outside as Sept, Oct warmest months. Dining pretty good throughout city, don’t be afraid to try a place that appears interesting. Some great food places in North Beach. If getting seafood at wharf consider a pier 39 boat tour (either to Sausalito for romantic dinner seaside or Golden Gate Bridge, circle Alcatraz Island. If driving to SF consider a stop at Treasure Island (San Francisco) mid way on San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge. Consider bike rental especially for GG bridge. Check out well priced underrated museums and must stop Golden Gate Park if possible via bike (many rentals and motorized bicycles help). Make time for unplanned fun as something will intrigue you that you’d like to experience. Be open, alert and enjoy."
"Get a day pass and ride the trolley "