The classic development of San Francisco, its tourist attractions includes breathtaking vistas, entertained architecture and copious amounts of the
city’s quirky character. Many head down to Fisherman’s Wharf for a bowl of chowder or to watch barking seals previously waiting in line for a
tour of Alcatraz Island, the infamous federal prison. Nearby, the acclaimed theatrical world of Teatro Zinzanni is famous between locals and
In San Francisco there isalways something to do, as in all big cities, in addition to the cultural outlets you'd expect in any city,
San Francisco offers an impressive number of outdoor activities, and the city's diverse population makes for a wide variety of festivals and
celebrations throughout the year as well.
In the summer, there's a diverse street festival practically every weekend. Don't astonish to see the same group of food booths, bands, and
artisans again and again as the festival rotates to diverse neighbourhoods.
San Francisco is home to two professional sports teams like the NFL San Francisco 49ers, who play football at Monster Park, and the MLB Giants,
who play baseball in a precious new stadium in China Basin, called "Giants' Stadium."
San Francisco has popularity as an artsy city, and for good reason. Four important art museums, a handful of smaller museums, and dozens of
galleries present a dizzying schedule of exhibits ranging from world-famous stars as Matthew Barney at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
(MOMA) to up-and-coming local artists at the tiny but amazing Jack Hanley Gallery in the Mission.