San Francisco is the cultural, commercial, and financial axis of Northern
California in the state of California in the US. Founded on June 29, 1776
by Spanish exploders, the city first emerged on the world map following the
famous 1849 Californian Gold Rush. Owing to the heavy influx of gold
diggers who were coming there to discover gold, San Francisco soon exploded
with people so much so that it became the largest city on the West Coast of
the period. Fast forward to 2018, and you will find the city a gleaming
bubble wrap of several top of the notch attractions like the iconic Golden
Gate Bridge, Walt Disney Family Museum and its Chinatown district.
Things to do in San Francisco
Golden Gate Bridge
The tallest bridge in the United States, the Golden Gate Bridge had debuted
in 1937 as the tallest longest bridge in the world. It is a suspension
bridge that spans the Golden Gate, a 1-mile-wide strait between the San
Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Established in 1848, the Chinatown in San Francisco is the oldest Chinatown
in North America and the largest Chinese enclave outside Asia. It is the
best place in the city to take a first-hand account of traditional history
and culture of ethnic Chinese immigrants in the country.
Walt Disney Family Museum
Situated in San Francisco, the Walt Disney Family Museum is a popular
family attraction and a world-class museum that presents a full view of the
personal and professional life of the eminent cartoonist, Walt Disney. The
museum is chock-full of historic materials, artefacts and photographs
related to him and those 248 awards that he had won during his career.
Best Time to Visit San Francisco
Summer season (the months from June to August) are the best to book your
flights from Burbank to San Francisco. Book BUR to SFO flights during
summer season to enjoy city’s North Beach Festival and Fillmore Street Jazz
Festival. It is advised to book San Francisco flights in advance to avoid
paying more during peak season.