Welcome to the home of the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and Alcatraz. Located along the Northern California coast, San Francisco has a special charm that draws people to the Bay and has influenced many of the artists and musicians that have called this beautiful city their home. After the devastating earthquake of 1906, San Francisco had to be almost completely rebuilt and was redesigned as the city we know today. In 1937, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge was built and around this time the island of Alcatraz began to serve as a federal maximum-security prison, housing notorious inmates such as Al Capone. San Francisco was also home to social movements like the ‘Summer of Love’ in the 1960s, which have shaped the city’s image and charm. When your bus arrives in the heart of San Francisco, you will be surrounded by world-renowned landmarks, top-notch food trucks, and almost endless outdoor adventures. Stroll along Fisherman’s Wharf and check out the shops, restaurants and infamous sea lions or hop on a cable car ride up one of the city’s 50 hills. San Francisco really has it all!