5 Unexplored Places in San Francisco You Should Discover

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The moment you feel, you have seen everything in the amazing city of San Francisco, you will realize there’s a lot more to explore. The hunt for beautiful and happening places doesn’t end easily here. San Francisco has a huge bundle to offer, you just need to explore the hidden gems when on a vacation to the city. When every other thing or place is ticked off from your list, get to these unexplored places in San Francisco to see a face, the one without the busy city life.

Golden Gate Park

The soothing open space of around 1.5 sq. miles is an amazing hangout place when in search of sheer solitude in a place so crowded. Go for a visit to the DeYoung Museum, Academy of Sciences, the playgrounds, gardens and much more. Discover the mesmerizing lakes for real retreat – Stowe Lake and Heroes Redwood Grove Lake. The most fascinating thing about the park is the reflecting natural beauty.  The main attractions of the park are not something man-made but the scenery, peace and positive vibes one gets while discovering the place. The best time to visit Golden Gate Park is on weekends to see the kaleidoscopic music festival and participate in the Acro yoga workshops. Come, relax in the beauty of nature and let entertainment reach you.

Rooftop Garden of One Kearny

One of the cool spots in SF and a perfect natural hideout is the rooftop garden at One Kearny. You would find the 23 Geary St. building seems to be a office building but its rooftop is what you should be visiting. It is declared as POPOS (privately-owned public open space). When you enter the building, the guard will explain you the rooftop rules giving you a spiel and only then you are allowed to go straight to the 11th floor. You will discover a perfectly-trimmed garden, wooden benches and peace at the tempting view of the rooftop. If books are love for you, it is the place you can flip few chapters of your favorite book. The idea of a rooftop hangout might not sound appealing now but on days when the city seems too loud and you crave for solace, this is what you need. Have a business conference in San Francisco? Book last minute flights with Indian Eagle and do spare some time to relax on this peaceful rooftop garden.

Russian River

Want to escape to a wine country in San Francisco? Yes, there’s something much better than Napa when you want to do something more than just drink. Russian River is a great getaway, a place offering you off-the beaten path things to do in San Francisco. You will stay close to the wine yards on renting an accommodation by the river shore. Enjoy indulging into fun activities like fishing, tubing and a short trip to the Russian River delta or Bodega Bay. Another great option is to hit the Guerneville bars offering fun nightlife to the visitors.

Angel Island

Among the many unexplored places in San Francisco, Angel Island is a place you ought to visit when in SF. The Island is rich in history and an ideal place for fun and adventure with your friends or family. You will experience a breath-taking view of the San Francisco Skyline, Bay Bridge, Tiburon, Golden Gate Bridge and the bay. Take pleasure of riding on the open air trams and eat scrumptious food at the Angel Island Café. The place is Paradise of San Francisco. Did you book business class flights for the conference in the city? When there, do visit Angel Island for a peaceful weekend getaway.

The Presidio

Want some time all to yourself or seeking to be on a hiking trail in a forest? San Francisco has an urban forest having hiking trails of over 24 miles for you to wander. The place is not so populated and leaves you in solace amidst the tall pine, eucalyptus and cypress trees. In the far-stretched hiking trail, the best hike of Presidio is Battery of Bluff Trail, an amble walk through the wooden steps taking you to Pacific. You will also discover the unexplored Arguello Blvd, an art installation 100 feet tall on the Bay Area Ridge Trail. The art tower is designed by legendary art-man of the forest, Andy Goldsworthy using the trunks of almost 38 cypress trees.

Thankfully, San Francisco houses some of the fantastic hidden gems a traveler must explore. The otherwise urban city offers a lot in name of nature and solidarity. When in the city, do visit these unexplored places in San Francisco to create a memory long to be faded.

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