Summer fun begins! This Summer Season is packed with Street Fairs, Free Outdoor Concerts, Art, Wine & Music Festivals, County Fairs… the list goes on. Find Fun Things To Do in the San Francisco Bay Area… and beyond (including New York City and London) in our Love to Eat and Travel June Calendar of Events. Be sure to check our Blog, Twitter and Facebook pages each month for updates throughout the year. Enjoy!
Valentine’s Day – Sunday, February 14, 2016
Looking for something fun and romantic to do with your honey on Valentine’s Day? This year, Valentines Day falls on a Sunday of a 3-day weekend (Monday, February 15th is President’s Day, a national U.S. holiday) – so you have plenty of time to celebrate.
If you haven’t already made your Valentine’s Day plans, check out these fun River & Bay Cruises in London, Paris, New York and San Francisco. And if you’re thinking of popping the question… this may be the place to do it!
Updated January 2016
If you’re planning a visit to San Francisco, here are 12 really great tours that you can take to see San Francisco and the Bay Area, including trips to Muir Woods, Napa Valley and Yosemite National Park. This is a perfect time to be in San Francisco.
Enjoy your moment of Zen – the 90-second video above shows the Golden Gate Bridge (one of the world’s top tourist attractions) with waves lapping on the shore. Take a moment to relax, sit back and visualize being there and consider taking one of these fun San Francisco Tours:
This year we had the opportunity to be out on San Francisco Bay during the city’s annual Fleet Week celebrations – and it was amazing! We had a great vantage point aboard a Hornblower yacht watching the Blue Angles Air Show as they performed their precision aerial acrobatics and death-defying stunts right over our heads and along the San Francisco skyline. Watch our short video above – be sure to turn up the sound to get the full effect.
There are so many fun things to do in San Francisco and the Bay Area – and any time of the year is a great time to visit. We put together a list of 10 fun sightseeing tours that you won’t want to miss, including popular San Francisco attractions and scenic one-day trips to Carmel and Monterey, Muir Woods, Napa Valley, Sonoma Wine Country, and Yosemite National Park.
This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday – the timing couldn’t be better to romance your honey all weekend long. But where do you go and what do you do? No worries… we’ve put together a list of our Top 10 Romantic Getaways for Valentine’s Day. Each destination includes a brief description of fun things to do and a link to sightseeing tours and activities. Have fun celebrating with your sweetie and make it a Valentine’s Day to remember.
1. San Francisco, CA
It’s no secret that San Francisco is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. It’s also a top foodie destination. We may be a teeny bit biased because we live here, but it is really is a very special place. Whisk your honey away on a scenic twilight bay cruise with the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and the city skyline as your backdrop. Explore North Beach and its outdoor cafes, a perfect spot for a cappuccino and espresso. Enjoy a romantic Italian dinner, then take your honey to see Beach Blanket Babylon, a hilarious, one-of-a-kind, only-in-San Francisco show featuring song, dance and comedy – it’s so good, we’ve seen it four times! Visit Fisherman’s Wharf and feast on San Francisco’s famous sourdough bread and fresh Dungeness Crab. For a romantic setting overlooking the ocean, head over to the Cliff House for cocktails and dinner as the sun sets over the Pacific. If you have time, take a fun day trip along California’s spectacular coastline and visit Monterey and Carmel – both offer a truly romantic setting for Valentine’s Day.
Click here to find more fun things to do in San Francisco and the Bay Area
Looking for a fun way to see San Francisco’s top attractions – take a Hop-on-Hop-Off Bus Tour. It’s a great way to see the city’s sights, especially if you have a limited amount of time and want to see as much as possible. One of the first things we do when we travel to a new city is to take a narrated double-decker bus tour – you can hop on and off at your leisure or just stay on board and then go back to the places that you want to spend more time visiting. All buses are air-conditioned and offer free onboard wi-fi.
This is a wonderful time of year to visit the City by the Bay. Choose a 1 or 2-day City Loop Pass.
Chocolate lovers won’t want to miss a visit to the new Ghirardelli Chocolatier at San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Marketplace (at Ghirardelli Square). Launched on September 13, 2014, the exclusive Ghirardelli Chocolatier program includes daily live chocolate demos – free to the public.
Watch as lead Ghirardelli Chocolatier, Bree Smith, creates fresh, hand-crafted milk, dark and white chocolate from bean to bar. What a fun job!