Local Tips on Things to Do in San Francisco
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Best Western Plus The Tuscan Inn is proud to offer you a customized, local insider experience during your stay. Looking for a farmer's market where San Francisco’s chefs go? What about a neighborhood park that's great for people watching? We'll point you in the right direction – and suggest dozens of destinations tailored to your interests.
We asked our knowledgeable and friendly staff: If you had only two days in San Francisco, what would you do? Here's what they said:
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Executive Sales Assistant
When I want to unwind, a stroll down to the waterfront is always nice with views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Sometimes you'll get a free concert, courtesy of the sea lions!
I try to go for a massage at Fuji Shiatsu several times a year; the prices are great and the service spectacular!
Café Pescatore Line Cook
I also like Chinatown, which is known for great food but also for great shopping. It's easy to find some of the most unique gifts in the city here, or just to spend hours window shopping.
Union Square is a very popular shopping destination for a reason, they have a little of everything and a great park for a picnic lunch.
Conference Services Manager
I also love "The Wax Museum at the Wharf. It's fun for children and adults. I love that they always change their exhibits and keep up-to-date with pop culture.
Golden Gate Park really is the best park in the city with biking, skating, museums and gardens to keep you busy all day.