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Man Made Wonders that Make Holidays to San Francisco PopularWith awe-inspiring man made marvels and equally majestic natural lures, San Francisco always remains a popular spot among travellers. Striking aura, great history and vibrant culture of the city make travellers go crazy to plan holidays to San Francisco.Date : Monday, August 20, 2012 Revitalizing Pacific air, momentous architecture and legendary hills are just few reasons that lure travellers spending on luxury USA travel deals to visit the mesmerising city of San Francisco. The city renders a distinct fairy-tale picture in the mind of the travellers with its remarkable sights, ranging from the historic Mission District to the world renowned Golden Gate Bridge. Let's delve into some of the most popular attractions that make this "Everybody's Favourite City" worth exploring!
Golden Gate BridgeConnecting San Francisco with Marin County, Golden Gate Bridge has become a must-visit attraction for every tourist planning holidays to San Francisco. Often half-covered by the San Francisco's trademark rolling fog, Golden Gate Bridge wins the admiration of the visitors with its abstract architecture that makes many jaws drop out of astonishment. Every year hordes of travellers spend on luxury San Francisco holidays to gaze at the soaring orange towers, out at the prospects of San Francisco and Marin County, and down into the streams of seafaring liners. The windy atmosphere and jovial crowds make Golden Gate Bridge an ideal location to sing "San Francisco . . . open your Golden Gate"!!
San Francisco SkylineTravellers on holidays to San Francisco just cannot overlook the array of cloud kissing edifices beautifying the skyline of the city. The Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest skyscraper of the city's skyline and has become an epitome of the excellence of human mind. Though the tower has no public access except the 1st floor lobby, witnessing this masterpiece tops the wish list of almost every traveller on luxury San Francisco holidays. Apart from this, St. Regis Museum Tower, the Millennium Tower and 345 California Centre are some other lures that flaunt the richness of San Francisco in terms of soaring skyscrapers.
San Francisco Ferry BuildingA terminal for ferries travelling across the San Francisco Bay, San Francisco Ferry Building is located on The Embarcadero in San Francisco. The building went under an extensive renovation after the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989 and features most striking, historical central marketplaces. The San Francisco Ferry Building houses an array of restaurants and proprietors trading Bay Area produce, cheese, seafood and freshly baked bread and all such items. The building has become an iconic landmark in the city and catches the attention of the travellers from far with its 240 feet tall clock tower.
Mission San Francisco de AsisThe oldest surviving structure in San Francisco, Mission San Francisco de Asís reflects the religious, civic, and cultural life of San Francisco. Misión San Francisco de Asís was founded in June 29, 1776 and features both the Basilica and the Old Mission. Justifying its origins, the Basilica Parish of Mission Dolores mirrors the overwhelming diversity and vibrancy of contemporary San Francisco and houses an array of exotic cultures, stunning places, and vivacious backgrounds mingling together. Moreover, the Old Mission's spiritual, momentous, and architectural lures make it a popular and memorable tourist destination for every visitor planning luxury holidays to USA.
San Francisco City HallEmbracing San Francisco's princeliest dreams, San Francisco City Hall was designed by John Bakewell and Arthur Brown Jr in the year 1915. A must-visit attraction for every traveller spending on luxury holidays to USA, San Francisco City Hall is renowned for its splendid dome that soars up to a height of 90 meters. The interiors of the San Francisco City Hall are equally striking and make the hall look like some grand royal palace with sophisticated designs. San Francisco City Hall has become a much popular marriage venue and has been used as a setting for movies like "Bedazzled", "The Wedding Planner" and "The Rock".
San Francisco – Oakland Bay BridgeMade up of two bridge segments, San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge is the city's workhorse bridge that carries over one third of the traffic of all of the state-run bridges. Planned in the Gold Rush Days, the bridge links the cities of San Francisco and Oakland and charms the travellers taking luxury USA deals with its hard to believe construction design. The diverse soils and water depths, inaccessibility to bedrock, and complex designs of the bridge led some to consider that construction of such a bridge was just a fantasy but here stands one of the San Francisco's most daring ventures!
Twin PeaksFor those willing to witness the exotic beauty and splendour of San Francisco from a bird's eye views, Twin Peaks is an unbeatable place to visit. Twin Peaks soar to a jaw-dropping height of 920 meters and is located elegantly at the geographical centre of the city. A visit to the Twin Peaks on a clear day let the travellers treat their eyes with incredible 360-degree views covering the Golden Gate to Alcatraz, to Berkeley, to the peninsula. However, when the sun falls down and birds return to their nests, the Twin Peaks roll themselves into an unearthly charm and dazzle like a glittering star, overshadowing the beauty of the moonlight!
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