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San Francisco Activities
Overview of Activities
Travelers to San Francisco need to know that this is an interactive city. The mind-set of San Francisco is built around a left leaning awareness of other cultures, nature, food and healthy living. The city is rich in historic neighborhoods, diverse geography and people. The activities of the city reflect the broad range of interests of the locals and almost any visitor can engage in an activity beyond seeing the sights that further their SF travel experience.
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Having won the 2012 World Series, the San Francisco Giants have a die hard following. A must see for those into baseball and an added thrill to take in game at AT&T park located on the San Francisco Bay shoreline.
California Academy of Sciences is a science and nature lover's dream. In the heart of Golden Gate park interactive exhibits give intimate views of nature and geology lessons from around the world.
Riding at the upper level of a double deck tour bus while getting a narrative of the diverse neighborhoods and attractions is a great way to see San Francisco.
Segway Tours are a popular way to see San Francisco. Variety of different tours are offered that allow specific focus on individual areas of the city.
Cruising San Francisco Bay is a good way to see the city from a different perspective as well as give up close views of the Golden Gate Bridge, sea life and Alcatraz.
The San Francisco Cable Cars are an inconic symbol of the city. Riding the cable car allows visitors a chance to see some of San Francisco's most popular neighborhoods and enjoy spectacular views of the bay.