Tips and Articles for San Francisco

Amanda Marsalis

Getting to Europe from the West Coast next summer is about to get easier as United Airlines and British Airways both announced new direct routes this... Read More

Do you have what it takes to be a master builder?According to SFGate, Legoland Discovery Center Bay Area, a new Legoland opening soon in Milpitas,... Read More

Bridges aren’t usually the first thing you think of when choosing where to go on vacation, but these often-overlooked passageways can be architectural... Read More

Even though Prohibition is long over, people’s love for vintage-themed bars is at an all-time high. Speakeasies are no longer a thing of... Read More

Nothing says good morning like a great cup of coffee.And while there are coffee shops that can do the job on seemingly every corner, some are simply... Read More

One of the busiest streets of San Francisco will be closed to vehicles starting next year.Market Street in downtown San Fran will be closed... Read More

A Muslim civil rights advocacy group is calling for change after a 12-year-old athlete was forced to remove her hijab before boarding a flight in San... Read More

One of the best things about summer is sipping a drink and enjoying the breeze from a rooftop bar as you look out on the city below. But just because... Read More

A museum visit can be interesting, enriching and exciting. It can also be expensive.But on Saturday, Sept. 21, more than 1,500 museums in all 50 states... Read More

“Wine vacations” have been popular for years, and for good reason. If there's one thing that Travel + Leisure editors agree on, it's that wining and... Read More

Amazon's online retail takeover was supposed to mark the end of brick and mortar stores, but ironically enough, over the past couple years, the digital... Read More

You might want to invest in that fancy, reusable water bottle if you’re planning to travel through San Francisco soon.According to the San Francisco... Read More

Take a walk on the beach at sunset, the waves gently washing up over the velvety sand, and you’ll know you’ve made it to San Diego. And with 70 miles of... Read More

San Francisco has everything from sea lions and prisons to painted ladies and Ghirardelli chocolate.The almost-constant, perfect weather makes it the... Read More

There is no shortage of places to stay in San Francisco. The town is practically crawling with hotels — it is the birthplace of Airbnb after all.... Read More

One would be hard-pressed to find a better-traveled bunch of folks than the readers of Travel + Leisure. You’ve scaled Kilimanjaro and sailed to... Read More

It might be difficult (and expensive) to book a week-long last-minute 4th of July vacation, but it’s not too late to plan a quick trip to somewhere... Read More

Can you handle all this fluff?For the fifth year in a row, Northern California became a paradise for corgis and corgi lovers alike. Corgi Con, a... Read More

If most of your summer vacation days are already spoken for, there’s no reason to put off planning something special for the winter. Need ideas? Start... Read More

I dare you to name something better than waking up on a Saturday morning to a tap on the door and someone announcing “room service” while you’re tucked... Read More

One of the world’s strangest streets draws millions of people to drive on it per year, but now the city is pushing back.Lombard Street, one of most... Read More

Alcatraz Island has long been a tourist favorite, welcoming more than 1.4 million visitors a year. Located less than two miles — or 15 minutes by boat —... Read More

The iconic Tanner Family home from Full House will return to the market this year.Jeff Franklin, the creator and former executive producer of the sitcom... Read More

There’s nothing quite like scoring a seat in an otherwise empty row or discovering there’s a vacant middle seat between you and your seatmate. Extra... Read More

Just two weeks ago, Starbucks was in the news for opening its largest store ever (again) in Tokyo, with the new Reserve Roastery coming in at 32,000... Read More

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