Winter – an epoch of cold breezes and rainy days, an era where fireplaces spread their warm hug and rugs make sure nights are cosy. Yes, winter is a time to stay inside… Or maybe not?
Well, that basically depends on where you plan to go. San Francisco, for example, is certainly not the place to just stay in a hotel room during winter. In fact, there are all sorts of fun-packed outdoor activities for the whole family; and the best thing about them? They are free!
Take a closer look to six of them we chose randomly.
- Stroll across the Land's End Trail (680 Point Lobos Avenue)
The biggest truth in life is this: the best things are the ones we get for free. Planet earth has been very generous with San Francisco, and one of the best spots to prove that to yourself is the Land’s End Trail.
Offering world-class views, an array of historical attractions, a gigantic bouquet of wildflowers, and a modern-day labyrinth for kids and grown-ups alike, strolling the Land End’s Trail is one of the best outdoor activities in San Francisco during winter.
- Hike through the Bay Ridge Trail (Arguello Gate, Arguello Boulevard)
Another great gift of nature to the fortunate residents of San Francisco, as well as to its visitors. It is just perfect for couples and families that love hiking since it offers you the chance to explore an array of dreamlike environments, such as the Presidio’s forest, picturesque overlooks, must-see monuments, and much, much more.
- Roam the Golden Gate Park (501 Stanyan Street)
A place to recharge your batteries and experience deep relaxation is the Golden Gate Park. While surrounded by the gigantic metropolis, it seems like noise and buzz never make it to its grounds, making biking, walking, hiking, or just sitting on a bench and see the multi-coloured leaves falling a mesmerising experience.
- Explore China Beach History & Sea Life (490 Sea Cliff Avenue)
After a revitalising rest, the China Beach, a small cove in San Francisco's Sea Cliff area, is the perfect spot for some exploration. Being one of the few beaches in San Francisco offering the chance to learn all sorts of exciting things about the area’s history, as well as discover the local and diverse marine life.
- Discover the Charms of San Francisco’s Rose Garden
As the sun sneaks through the trees separating the San Francisco Rose Garden from the rest of the Golden Gate Park, a mesmerising explosion of winter colours, booming through flowers, bushes and roses engulf the visitor.
The unique range of roses that gave the sight its name offers truly breathtaking sceneries for romantic couples.
As you see, indeed some of the most stunning things in life are free – and San Francisco is not an exception. Winters in this metropolis offer so many great things to do at no cost whatsoever.
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