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San Francisco is a hilly city on the tip of a peninsula and is often referred to as a place of landmarks and photo opportunities. It is rightly remarked as the cultural, commercial, and financial center of, Northern California and is officially the City and County of San Francisco. With a majestic mix of old and new, cutting-edge and laid-back, urban and pastoral - a wonderland of fog and fabulousness - SFO is a city of endearing contrasts.

The best time to visit San Francisco is from September to November. Believe it or not, fall offers some of the city's warmest temperatures year-round, not to mention fewer crowds than summer. Spring is another good time to visit thanks to its mild temperatures and lack of rain (compared to other parts of California).

San Francisco’s liberal community and surroundings paired with its cultural diversity make it a warm place too. From sight-seeing to shopping, from digging into history to relishing nature, there is nothing that SFO can not offer you. So come and explore this exquisite destination now!

Here are some things that you would relish on your vacation platter:

Golden Gate Bridge

One of the seven wonders of the modern world, it is a 411.6-hectare urban oasis. Once called "the bridge that couldn't be built," today it is perhaps San Francisco's most famous landmark with the de Young Museum featuring contemporary art and the California Academy of Sciences and its aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum and living rooftop. It was opened in 1937 after a four-year struggle against relentless winds, fog, rock, and treacherous tides.

COIT Tower

An elegant 210-foot tall tapering column crowning Telegraph Hill overlooking the San Francisco waterfront- It is the COIT memorial Tower. Observed as an emblem of San Francisco's skyline since its completion in 1933, this phallic-shaped building offers panoramic views over the city and the bay. Coit Tower has been an integral part of San Francisco's downtown skyline and serves as a beautiful exclamation mark.The vivid depiction of Californian life during 1930, the murals in Coit Tower attracts thousands of people a year and present Californian history in a remarkable way.

Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf is located along the waterfront of Embarcadero and Powell Streets and home to the popular Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf is the most popular San Francisco attraction. Although roughly 30 years old, it still ranks as the No. 1 destination for SF-bound visitors, right ahead of Chinatown and the Golden Gate Bridge. Bustling streets, sumptuous seafood, seaside views, this place offers an atmosphere that blends festivity, food, fun, street shopping, postcard-worthy attractions in one bunch of a neighborhood. Alcatraz, site of the first lighthouse in the Western United States which later became a federal penitentiary from 1934-1963, housing famous convicts such as Al Capone and George "Machine Gun" Kelly is a part of the Wharf. The Maritime Museum, the Aquarium of the Bay and the Hyde Street Pier are other attractions that you shouldn’t miss once at the wharf.

Cable Cars

The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system and is symbolic of the charm and distinct flavor of the city. Not only do they offer the quintessential “San Francisco” experience, but there is also no other place where you can ride a moving national historic monument. Beneath the streets of San Francisco, these charismatic cars sit pretty on huge wheels, adding music to the streets as they clang to their far-flung destinations and back again. Although it may appear like they were made especially for the tourists, these famed cable cars, are used by city commuters as well, even though not in very large numbers. Despite a lot of modern modes of commuting, these cars haven’t been replaced completely thanks to Friedel Klussmann, aka, the Cable car Lady.