Once the land of Yelamu people, San Francisco saw Spanish immigrants who formed a country. What you see as San Francisco is its resurrected form post massive earthquake and fire, which completely destroyed the country. Take time to stroll in the city feel its pulse.
Even though one day is not enough to completely see San Francisco, you’ll try to get a glimpse of important places. Some of them are the Opera House, Old Mission Dolores, Civic Center, Davies Symphony Hall, and Main Library. Twin Peaks have elevations in the range of around 925 feet, and is a nice place to get a panoramic view of the area. Golden Gate Park is an urban park stretching around 1,017 acres, and consisting of beautiful Japanese Tea Garden.
Escaping the towering buildings to find some breathing space should lead you to this fantastic location, Cliff House, perched on the cliffs near the Pacific Ocean. Pass through the 1,280 m long Golden Gate Bridge, which is considered the most beautiful bridge in the world, and stop at Vista Point North to capture enticing views of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island, and Angel Island.
Finish your breakfast, check out from the hotel, and reach the airport to catch the return flight.