How to Get Around San Francisco this Fall Revealed by Eccentry Holidays

Eccentry Holidays reveals the best tips for traveling throughout San Francisco this fall.

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Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) August 29, 2014

Although many people believe that summer is the perfect time to go on vacation and enjoy many cities throughout the world, notable destinations can often be hot and overcrowded with floods of tourists. As the weather is beginning to cool down, there is simply no better time than to take a vacation than right now. Eccentry Holidays suggests that guests should pack up their family and friends and travel to San Francisco this fall to have a truly unforgettable vacation. While staying at this destination, make sure to enjoy the city by taking advantage of the several modes of transportation that are available.

1.    Walking: Although this city constitutes many steep hills and streets, there is still nothing like walking throughout the city. Many of the important attractions are within walking distance from one another, so it does not take too long to get from one place to the next. However, for those who plan on walking a lot during their trip should be sure to bring appropriate attire. This includes good walking shoes, comfortable clothes, and lots of sunscreen.

2.    Biking: Eccentry Holidays knows that when people are in San Francisco, they will certainly want to check out one of the most notable attractions in the area, the Golden Gate Bridge. Depending on the weather, it may be difficult to see this famous bridge from far away. The fog has been known to cover it up and make it nearly impossible to see at times. The best way for a traveler to make sure that they get to see it is to visit and see it up close. Instead of simply taking a car across, try renting a bike and riding across this amazing attraction.

3.    Cable Cars: Some of the most iconic things associated with San Francisco are the cable cars that are shown traveling up and down the streets. While people will see these notable modes of transportation while they are in the city, they should be sure to hop on one and experience it for themselves. The views of the city while on the cable car are amazing, and it is a much more enjoyable way to get from one point to the next than taking a taxicab.

Eccentry Holidays knows that while it may be tempting to use a bus or taxicab to get around the city, it just simply isn’t the same. To get the most out of a vacation to San Francisco, make sure to utilize the cable cars, enjoy a bike ride, and walk around the area. For more information on Eccentry Holidays, please visit http://www.eccentryholidays.com/, call 1-877-566-0327, or email info(at)eccentryholidays(dot)com.