One of America's loveliest cities, San Francisco's hilly streets provide some gorgeous glimpses of the Bay and its famous bridges. This picturesque city is unique in its style and personality, and it charms everyone who comes here.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
While you're in San Francisco, take the time to explore this beautiful city. Gaze at the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge.
|Enjoy the scenery on a boat ride out to Alcatraz, the famous 'escape-proof' prison in the bay.|
|Explore Sausalito, a quaint little town where you'll find charming art galleries and arts and crafts shops.|
|Explore the redwood forest of Muir Woods. Take a leisurely stroll through part of the 550-acre National Monument. Within the woods, there are fabled 800-year-old giant coastal redwood trees that rise 76 m (250 ft) or more.|
|Head down to Monterey Bay and along the coastal road towards famous Cannery Row.|
San Francisco has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the United States, and nearly every ethnic cuisine is represented, from Afghan and Indian to Vietnamese. But the city is most famous for its large Chinatown and many Chinese restaurants. With more than 30,000 Chinese occupants, Chinatown is far more than the restaurants and tourist shops many people see at first glance. It's a thriving neighbourhood and a great place to enjoy an authentic Dim Sum after a stroll through the locality.
The official currency of the United States is the US dollar (USD).
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Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.