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San Francisco is one of the most beloved cities in the USA. It’s got the most beautiful, mist-draped bridge, one of the world’s biggest Pride festivals, and the USA’s largest Chinatown. Come and discover it all.

A small city with a big personality, everyone knows San Francisco. Its famous Golden Gate Bridge, as bright orange as a California poppy, is a beloved symbol of the city. Across the San Francisco Bay, a little island – Alcatraz – looms large. It’s the site of one of the area’s infamous former prisons and now one of San Francisco’s top tourist attractions.

If Los Angeles is full of film stars, San Francisco is full of tech stars – Silicon Valley millionaires flock to the city for its famously laid-back lifestyle. It’s a fun, creative place to live, work – and visit. You can have a slice of the Bay Area life for yourself. Whether you want to saunter down to Fisherman’s Wharf or cycle over Golden Gate Bridge, with our twice daily flights to San Francisco Airport, you can prepare for a fantastic San Francisco holiday.

Once you’re here, why not hire a car? California’s Napa Valley is just over an hour away from San Francisco, with its 400 wineries, rolling vineyards, and choice bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon. San Francisco is one of the best-located cities for nature lovers. Inland you’ll find Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park and Sequoia National Park; but if you head down the coast you’ll discover the Pacific Highway and the wonderful wild cliffs of Big Sur – one of the world’s most picturesque drives. Fancy San Francisco? Then, read on to discover more about the city.

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Amy Sherman,  San Francisco-based journalist

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