Just walking around and taking in the colors and sounds, not to mention the gorgeous views of the bay, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and of course sea lions, will be more than enough to fill the day, if not the weekend!
Visitors can walk through the tunnels and have a nearly 360-degree view of fish swimming on the sides and overhead.
I’m just gonna say it: Napa Valley Wine Country isn’t just about wine. There is a ton you can eat, drink and enjoy if you aren’t a wine person. Now, granted, you won’t have as many options as someone who sips relaxation by the glass, but this place is still definitely a foodie’s paradise.
At the heart is Sonoma Plaza, just under three square miles of various restaurants, wine rooms, shopping, and a large park.
Visiting the home of General Vallejo provides a wonderful learning experience for the whole family!
Located in downtown San Francisco, this modern market sprawls over three city blocks, giving visitors the option of shopping outdoors under tents, or indoors in the Ferry Building Marketplace.