Sightseeing | San Francisco Travel Blog
Sit back, relax, and sip the day away with a luxury wine tour from Nationwide Limousine Service! From the sweet and sparkling blushes to the driest and deepest reds that your palate has ever had the pleasure of tasting, the world-class vineyards and wineries in the Bay Area offer a little bit of something for each and every wine lover.
After the last of the turkey leftovers are wrapped up and the long-distance relatives have hit the road, come on over to Carmel-by-the-Sea for a little rest & relaxation in a luxury Rolls-Royce rental from Nationwide Limousine Service. Most of the country will be celebrating a much-deserved, extended three-day weekend due to the holiday, and if you’re looking for the perfect escape from the city and that sink full of dirty Thanksgiving dishes, then let NLS Limo take you on a trip of a lifetime to the cozy coastal city of Carmel.
As the last leaves fall from their almost-barren branches and the warm, comforting summer breeze of the Bay Area quickly transitions into that cool and crisp autumn weather that we know and love so well, we start to shift our attention towards the 2020 holiday season. Let’s be honest, this year has been less than stellar, to say the least, and with many San Francisco residents feeling the continued effects of lockdown fatigue, we’d thought it would be a perfect time to feature a selection of holiday sightseeing tours & trips so you can focus on the things that truly matter: your friends and family.
Have you ever wanted to recreate the magic of the Oregon Trail but without all of the starvation, death by dysentery, and caulking the wagons? Have you ever wanted it with a lot more wine involved? Then you’re in luck! This year, on March 4th, more than 50 different wineries from our friendly neighbors from Oregon will be traveling to 511 Harrison Street in San Francisco in order to present to you one of the most exciting wine-themed events of the entire year at The Oregon Trail Wine Tasting 2020.
Do you have interest in shaping the future of the waterfront? Then the Port of San Francisco wants to hear from you. In April, the agency in charge of the port will be holding two public walking tours and an open house workshop. The idea behind these tours and meetings is to share recommendations that came out of a 2.5 year long process to update the Waterfront Plan.
The houses of San Francisco are something that visitors to the city have always taken notice of. There is some stunning old world architecture on display in our great city. Houses dating all the way back to the Victorian era live along their modern counterparts. For those of us that have been dying to step back into the past, and take in one of these houses, the wait is over.
San Francisco is a town full of iconic locations that everybody knows of. You pay a bunch of money to go on a bog standard tour of the city that may get you some nice photos, but almost no actual knowledge of the city and it’s history. If you’re looking for deep insight and lore, you might want to check out San Francisco City Guides. They provide walking tours of the city that may show you something the other companies can’t provide you.
Are you looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the urban holiday season, vehicle, and pedestrian traffic? While it’s a season of merriment, the 24/7 city-esque nature of it all can become taxing even to the most extroverted Bay Area residents. One of our favorite getaways is the 243-acre Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve. This preserve is located on the Pescadero State Beach. From riparian woods to tidal estuary, a number of habitats serve as homes to gorgeous wildlife. From breathtaking cliffs to serene sandy areas, the Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve makes for a lovely daytrip.
Planning a visit to San Francisco? Be sure the check out these iconic landmarks while you are there. For an unforgettable transportation alternative, call Nationwide Limousine Service at 800-339-8936.
San Francisco has long been known for its unique and iconic sets of wheels as area residents and visitors are continually discovering new and exciting ways to get around the city. Each year, millions of travelers ride the San Fran trolley, and if your timing is right, you might just find hordes of body-painted fixed-gear bicyclists parading through the heart of California’s Bay Area. Nowadays, however, there is another way to tour the city: seeing San Fran via Segway is all the rage. From urban sightseeing to Segway ballet, the Segway seems to be everywhere!