It’s your honeymoon, and you want everything? That is no problem when you spend your honeymoon in San Francisco. San Francisco and its surrounding area are scenic, have some of the best restaurants, and plenty of places to see and things to do. If you are planning a honeymoon with non-stop charm, San Francisco has what you are looking for.
San Francisco is a walking city. This allows you to see everything up close. Your romantic San Francisco honeymoon should begin with a stroll around the city to see the beautiful gardens in Golden Gate Park. Fisherman’s Wharf can be touristy and crowded, but you don’t want to miss the delightful sea lions who make their home on Pier 39. Enjoy a romantic picnic in Alamo Square Park, which is located across from the Painted Ladies. These Painted Ladies aren’t women of questionable virtue; they are the Victorian homes still standing from Queen Victoria’s era. Many have not survived, but seeing these colorful houses is a San Francisco treat.
The nightlife is alive and hopping in the city’s SOMA (South of Market) district. This is also the area for museums and art galleries. And you can’t miss Chinatown with its markets and souvenir shops. The food in Chinatown is the best you’ll taste outside of Beijing.
One of San Francisco’s can’t-miss landmarks is the massive Ferry Building at the end of Market Street, which is fully open only on Saturdays. Here, it’s all about food, whether you visit one of their outstanding restaurants or head straight for the popular Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. This is one of the leading markets in the country, with the best and freshest farm products. It’s where the top chefs shop on Saturdays.
The Golden Gate Bridge is, of course, one of San Francisco’s most famous landmarks. Take a stroll across and take lots of Instagram pictures.