Inexpensive tour to San Francisco
When travelling, we don’t really need to spend a lot just to enjoy. There are a number of things to do in San Francisco that don’t really require too much from your budget. Not all accommodations are that expensive. You can find affordable hostels available in town. To name a few of them are AAE Amsterdam and Adelaide Hostel and Hotel. After having a place to stay, now is the best time to hunt the fun in the city.
San Francisco by itself is good for walking. It is mostly better to walk than to ride a tour bus and miss most of the sights you came for. There are also plenty of places to eat that will not cost you too much. Aside from fast food, there are still a lot of coffee houses in the Mission District you can try. If you’re looking for soups and hot food, Chinatown is just nearby.
There are loads of promotional admission passes available for people courtesy of San Francisco’s biggest companies. These will include the Fisherman’s Wharf Card, the Muni Card, the City Pass and the Go Cards.
You can save money on Museum visits, tour and Francisco bay and many others some of them might even go as high as 50% off using one of those cards on the list. The Muni Card will also help a lot on giving discounts for transportation.
Places you should never miss, but doesn’t require you too much on entry fees and even nothing at all, are:
The Golden Gate Bridge – you will miss half of your life if you went to San Francisco without visiting this Bridge. It is even considered as one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World.
The Treasure Island – riding a Muni Bus will make it easy to reach the place. It is an artificial island bay. Once you stepped onto it, you’ll witness a very vast and calm horizon, views of the San Francisco skylines and the Oakland.
The Fisherman’s Wharf – one of the most talked about places in the city. You’ll come back once you’ve experienced its street entertainment and ate their very flavorful fresh fishes.
The Golden Gate Park – in this place you’ll understand what a park is supposed to be. Here you’ll discover how a Japanese tea garden looks like. You will also see the Flower Conservatory, visit the de young Museum, and breathe in the Strybing Arboretum (featuring an array of plants from temperate zones).
Lastly is the Presidio – a very historical place and an architectural work of art. It is famous for being one of the oldest military pillars in the country.
As you can see there is an abundance of things to do in San Francisco. And who says this place is just for wealthy people? You can enjoy this place even within a budget.
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