In viaggio verso San Francisco con un solo giorno per esplorare? Può essere difficile decidere cosa fare con tale periodo di tempo limitato nel vostro programma.
Fortunately, we’ve put together a one day in San Francisco itinerary to help you make the most of your one day in in the city.
This one day itinerary includes:
- Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Sightseeing Tour
- California Academy of Sciences
- Golden Gate Park (free!)
- Leoni marini al molo 39 (gratuito!)
- Ponte 2 Bridge Cruise
Risparmia relativa all'ammissione di attrazione
Pick up a 1-Day Go San Francisco Card and save off combined admission vs. paying at the gate.
Ricorda, questo itinerario di un giorno a San Francisco è solo uno dei tanti modi per vivere l'area durante il tuo viaggio. A seconda delle attrazioni che scegli di visitare, puoi risparmiare fino a 45 %.
The Go San Francisco® Card gives you the flexibility to create your own itinerary, so you can choose from dozens of top attractions and create a vacation tailored to your interests.
Stop #1 – Hop On Hop Off Big Bus San Francisco Tour
Il grande autobus Hop-On Hop-Off di San Francisco - 1 -Day Classic Tour è uno dei modi migliori per conoscere San Francisco e vedere tutti i principali luoghi d'interesse.
La maggior parte degli autobus dispone di una guida professionale a bordo con commenti dal vivo e ogni funzione del tour contiene intrattenimenti pre-registrati 10 lingue, quindi imparerai tutto sulla storia, la cultura e i quartieri famosi della città, mentre la tua attenzione è diretta verso i punti di riferimento che passi lungo la strada per assicurarti di vedere tutto.
Le fermate comprendono un'ampia varietà di quartieri e attrazioni, quindi puoi scegliere ciò che ti interessa di più. Le soste includono:
- Golden Gate Park
- Union Square
- Alamo Square Painted Ladies
- e altro!
Entrando: Big Bus San Francisco Sightseeing Tour tickets are included on the Go San Francisco Card.
Stop # 2 - Accademia delle scienze della California
Una visita alla California Academy of Sciences ha molto da vedere e da fare.
There’s a rich and diverse aquarium, a fascinating natural history museum, an all-digital planetarium, a four-story rainforest, and more–all under one, grass-covered roof!
They also conduct state-of-the-art research and run a number of educational programs, so it’s a great destination for anyone interested in any of the work they undertake. It’s perfect for kids and adults alike.
Be sure to check out their special exhibits, which cover a diversity of topics from the natural world, including gems and minerals, space travel, underwater biomes, and beyond. Topics rotate periodically, so be sure to check their website in advance of your visit.
Check out our local’s tips for visiting the California Academy of Sciences if you plan to pop by for more information.
The California Academy of Sciences opens at 9:30, and visitors typically spend between 2-3 hours here to see a good portion of the exhibits.
Entrando: California Academy of Sciences tickets are included on the Go San Francisco Card.
Stop #3 – Golden Gate ParkGolden Gate Park is one of the premiere urban parks in the country (did you know it’s actually the largest, too?). A stop here should be a must-do on any one day in San Francisco itinerary.
It’s filled with wonderful attractions — including the California Academy of Sciences, the de Young Museum, and the Conservatory of Flowers — as well as plenty of green space for biking, strolling, picnicking, and much more. It does not, however, connect to the Golden Gate Bridge (a common misconception).
It’s the perfect place to have a lunchtime picnic, throw a Frisbee, or just enjoy a peaceful walk.
Getting In: There is no admission fee to enter the Golden Gate Park, and the park is open 24 hours a day. Visitors may find it more bustling in the afternoons or weekends, but the park itself is so large, it will rarely feel crowded.
Stop #4: Visit the Sea Lions at Pier 39After lunch, spend some more time getting to know the marine life of the San Francisco Bay area with a trek up north to visit to the West Marina at Pier 39 to see the sea lions who flock there to rest and relax in the sun.
Due to a bountiful supply of food and ideal temperatures, during certain times of year, several hundred sea lions will be camped out at Pier 39 – quite a sight to behold!
Getting In: Although there is no fee to see the sea lions, they are quite a popular sight so you’ll want to keep that in mind when planning your day. Depending on how long you want to observe these playful creatures, reserve 30 minutes to an hour of your afternoon.
Stop #5: Bridge 2 Bridge Cruise
This popular Bridge 2 Bridge Cruise is a great way to relax and take in some of the beautiful sights and sounds of San Francisco and it’s the only cruise that actually sails under the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge.
The whole family will love the beautiful views on this cruise, and it truly is one of the best views you can get of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
Don’t forget to bring your camera, as you’ll definitely want to capture shots of the many of the other landmarks you’ll see on this cruise, including Alcatraz, Bay Bridge, Sausalito, Treasure Island, and more.
Cruises run several times daily beginning at lunchtime; consult the schedule and arrive at least 15 minutes in advance of your desired cruise.
Entrando: Bridge 2 Bridge Cruise tickets are included on the Go San Francisco Card.
If you follow this one day San Francisco itinerary with a Go San Francisco® Card, you’ll save on combined admission prices.
La Go San scheda Francisco® è la scelta migliore per il massimo risparmio e flessibilità durante la vostra vacanza.
You can also save even more on your one day in San Francisco if you take advantage of any of the included extras that come with your Go San Francisco® Card.