The Ultimate Guide to a Long Weekend (or more) in San Fran!

Group 6 San Francisco, California
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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About the location

Oh San Fran. It is one of my favorite places - with all its quirks and personality…it is an amazing place to explore for a long weekend (or more!). We've spent several days in SF and then taken side trips to Carmel, Big Sur & Healdsburg (you can find Wild Bum Guides to Point Reyes, Healdsburg & even a Desert Road Trip, if interested in adding on!).

It's a foodies paradise. San Francisco is super easy to get around. It has something for everyone! I discover something new each time I go. You can be as busy as you want or relax and take in the views — from several spots within the city!

If it's foggy or chilly, you can often times hop on the ferry to Sausalito and feel a bit of sunshine to warm you up!

Read below to find out what this comprehensive Guide entails.

Guide Highlights

The Golden Gate Bridge

Well, sure - it is the most visited bridge in the U.S. Also, the most photographed, in perhaps the world…and for good reason!

This is a tie between the food and the hiking/outdoor space.

I've had some of the best meals of my life in SF and I have had some of the greatest hiking experiences!

Guide Summary

Alright. Here are the deets on my Guide. If you LOVE food - this Guide is for you! I list coffee shops, breakfast, lunch and dinner MUSTS! Hot spots! There are quite a few options in the Guide for you to choose from with working links.

Accommodation Recs: I do list a few Airbnb options as well as hotels.

I've got you covered with a neighborhood breakdown, the best bars, music venues & speakeasies. All of the hikes and parks to explore, cool things to do, hidden gems, current events and even day trips!

If you want an opportunity to do a little service or volunteer work - I've got you covered there as well. Including a Tips & Etiquette page.

This Guide will save you hours and hours and hours of research — look no farther! Save your time & your sanity. Printer-friendly…take your blueprint & go ENJOY San Fran. 

Featured in this guide

Local food
Boating
Healthy food
Photo spots
Breweries
Wineries
Group 31 Museums
Foodie favorites
Group 39 Art
Group 14 Hidden Gems
Group 38 Bike-friendly
Hiking
Group 32 Historical
Biking
Group 36 Shopping
Water sports
Group 33 Walkable
Kayaking / Canoeing
Group 13 Public transportation

Great for these trips

Solo
Cultural / Historical
Family with kids
Girls / Guys Trip
Family without kids
Romantic / Honeymoon
Beach
Active / Adventure
City
Weekend Getaway

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  • Guide Architect

    Mollie Krengel

    Mollie Krengel

    Nothing energizes me more than exploring a new city. I totally geek out on the travel research which makes for super cool experiences!

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