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San Francisco Day Trips From Pleasanton

You certainly must visit San Francisco if you are in Pleasanton! San Francisco day trips from Pleasanton are relatively easy and inexpensive.

San Francisco is an amazing city with so many wonderful things to see and do. A few great stops include Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown and the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco also is also home to many amazing museums and award-winning restaurants.

Top museums here include the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Asian Art Museum and the Maritime Park and the Historic Ships at Hyde Pier.

San Francisco is a city of great diversity. There's a thriving Chinese population here. A visit to Chinatown is a must when in San Francisco. The Castro district in the city is the home of the gay and lesbian community, and it has many bars, cafes and shops. The Haight is the birthplace of the "hippie" movement and is a cool place to explore.

The best way to get from Pleasanton, California to San Francisco is on the BART, or Bay Area Regional Transit. While Pleasanton itself doesn’t have its own BART stop, the nearby community of Dublin, CA does. Dublin is only a little over 3 miles away from Pleasanton.

You can ride the BART all the way into San Francisco. The BART is fairly easy to use, and many people are willing to help you with questions - should you have them.

One of the best reasons to use the BART to reach San Francisco is so you can avoid the hassles of parking and driving in the city.

San Francisco is true hot spot for shopping and sightseeing. It’s a city of many amazing delights. So, plan out what you want to see and do there, because your problem won’t be finding something to do. Your problem may be that you can’t decide which to do first!

Photography by Christophe Tomatis