Things to Do in San Francisco This Spring
Spring is ideal for visiting San Francisco, before the summer brings the fog and the crowds. Travelers visiting between March and May will find plenty of outdoor activities—from coastal road trips to bay cruises—to enhance their sightseeing. Here are a few ways to explore the city streets and beyond.
Check out San Francisco’s craft beer scene and sample its microbrews.
Ride a double-decker hop-on hop-off bus through the city’s vibrant neighborhoods and disembark to explore at your leisure.
Carve out a few hours to visit top attractions like Alcatraz and Muir Woods.
Treat your taste buds on a foodie tour of North Beach on foot.
Speed around town by private vehicle and get to know San Francisco’s personalities, from hippie to hipster.
Zip along the waterfront on a Segway tour with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Explore Fisherman’s Wharf with attraction passes and a cruise on San Francisco Bay.
Tour the Napa Valley and savor the scenic views while you sip world-class wines.
Cruise down the Pacific Coast Highway on a day trip to Monterey Bay and Carmel-by-the-Sea.
Go whale watching and search the waters for migrating gray whales and humpbacks.
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- Things to Do in San Francisco This Spring