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San Francisco is a truly unique American city. Situated at the north end of the San Francisco Peninsula in Northern California, its seafront location has meant that microclimates are quite common. Rolling fog clouds, brightly-lit sunny parks and drizzle downtown can all happen on the same day, in fact, they can occur at the same time. Well known for its top attractions: the Golden Gate Bridge, steep rolling city hills, Alcatraz prison and Chinatown are all popular with tourists and locals alike. Other must-visit destinations include the Museum of Modern Art situated in Downtown, Dolores Park (a Leave No Trace city park) in the Mission District, and of course AT&T Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants. The city is also a culinary lover’s dream; Chinatown brings home incredible Eastern flavours, the nearby Californian wine country provides access to some of the best vintages in the world, and celebrated speakeasies and saloons (once forbidden during 1920s Prohibition) take centre stage in this most Wild West city.

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