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Book your trip to San Francisco today!
8 april 2013 SAS starts directs flights between Scandinavia and San Francisco! Direct route between Copenhagen and San Francisco is operated 6 times / week.
The important hub of the US West Coast, San Francisco International Airport, offers fast and efficient transfers to an extensive SAS partner route network on the US West Coast and the South Pacific area, including Hawaii, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego, Seattle, Vancouver and Mexico City.
San Francisco is the cultural center of Northern California and a city of many attractions. Fly with SAS to San Francisco and see the Golden Gate, incredibly steep streets and old cable cars for starters! The new direct route from Copenhagen to San Francisco opens in April 2013!
The city, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, is often covered with milk white mist. The unique atmosphere welcomes visitors warmly. San Francisco is known as the home of the hippies and sexual minorities. Castro district is San Francisco’s famous gay neighborhood. The open-minded city offers culture, art, attractions, accommodation from luxury hotels to cheap hostels, great shopping opportunities, not to mention tasty food. Did you know that San Francisco has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the United States?
Union Square is the center of the city with skyscrapers and inviting shopping streets. San Francisco has many neighborhoods that are worth a visit. Fisherman's Wharf is a neighborhood inhabited by fishermen in the 1800's, and it still is the home base of fishing fleet. Old ships, delicious fish dishes and stunning views over the San Francisco Bay have made Fisherman's Wharf a popular tourist attraction. Fisherman's Wharf is also popular with sea lions. North Beach, San Francisco’s Littly Italy, offers delights for friends of pizza and pasta. North Beach has also a vibrant nightlife and good shopping opportunities. Visit also Chinatown, the largest Chinatown outside of Asia.
San Francisco Attractions
- San Francisco's most famous landmark is the Golden Gate Bridge. Over 2700 meters long, rust-red bridge has linked the city of San Francisco to Marin County since 1937. Cross the Golden Gate by foot or by bicycle and admire the heights.
- Steep streets and the old cable cars are also distinctive features of San Francisco. So jump aboard and drive along the hilly streets and enjoy the view of candy-colored Victorian houses.
- Alcatraz Island, a few kilometers offshore from San Francisco, is a popular tourist attraction. Alcatraz was a federal prison from 1933 until 1963, so there are plenty of wild stories to tell visitors.
- Try wine tasting in Napa. Napa Valley is world-famous wine region with more than 300 vineyards.