Parks in San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, a place which you should visit at least once in a lifetime. If you haven't visited it already, we think that this summer is perfect for a trip to San Francisco. You will be impressed with Alcatraz and your breath will be taken away by the beauty of the Bay. Let's not forget about the cable cars, which have become a National History Landmark and a signature of the city or the world famous Golden Gate Bridge. Also, San Francisco is surrounded by parks which look absolutely amazing. In fact, during your trip there, we highly recommend you to consider allocating a whole day to some of its most important parks.
- The Golden Gate Park- covering 412 hectares, this is one of the biggest urban parks in the world. It can be enjoyed both indoors and outdoors and it offers access to numerous activities, from bicycle trails to baseball and from softball to equestrian trails.
- Muir Woods and Sausalito- You will have to travel 27 kilometers North West of San Francisco to visit the Muir Woods and Sausalito. The park was declared a National Monument by President Theodore Roosevelt and for one good reason: this is a redwood forest home to Cathedral and Bohemian groves, the place where you can admire trees 77 meters tall.
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