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Things to see and do in San Francisco
Apr 9, 2013 - Festive San Francisco
San Francisco, California, is famous for its Golden Gate Bridge, sourdough bread, cable cars and unique culture, but rental bus visitors will find much more to this city by the bay than meets the eye. Many rental bus visitors are surprised to find so many events happening in the city, and most events in San Francisco are family-friendly and appeal to all ages. So, get out and enjoy the rich variety of ongoing events, festivals and fairs available in San Francisco with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rentals San Francisco.
San Francisco's street fairs are famous with rental bus visitors for their festive atmosphere, delicious food and quirky themes. The Nihomachi Street Fair celebrates Japanese culture on the second weekend in August with dancing, arts and crafts, children's activities and traditional food. The Haight Street Fair, held on the second Sunday in June, transports rental bus visitors back to the Summer of Love with live music, food and craft booths, all lining the streets of the iconic Haight-Ashbury district. The Union Street Eco-Urban Festival, held annually on the first weekend in June, features eco-friendly crafts, gourmet food, live entertainment, and green vendors selling sustainable wares. The Live Oak Park Fair in Berkeley entices rental bus visitors with more than 100 artists and craftspeople showing off unique creations, plus live music, food and kid friendly puppet, magic and juggling shows on the second weekend in June.
Rental bus visitors to San Francisco will be amazed by the number of festivals happening in the city throughout the year. Immerse yourself in Japanese culture at the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival, an annual event held over two weekends in April, where visitors will enjoy parades, traditional food, origami demonstrations, and live entertainment. The Street Performer's Festival at Pier 39 features fun performances by jugglers, slack rope and tightrope walkers, acrobats, face painters, unicycle riders and musicians.Get your fill of gooey goodness at the annual Chocolate Festival, held annually on the second weekend in September, where rental bus visitors visitors can test their mettle at chocolate- and sundae-eating contests, watch cooking demonstrations or just enjoy some of Ghirardelli Square's best chocolate treats.
For rental bus visitors who love music, the San Francisco Jazz Festival features family-friendly matinee concerts at several venues around the city for three weeks, beginning in October. The Pier 39 May Music Mix offers free concerts showcasing everything from rock to country music throughout the month of May. The Fillmore Street Jazz Festival highlights more than 300 world-class jazz musicians and offers delicious food and crafts annually on the first weekend in July. The Old First Concerts introduces music from around the world through choral performances around the city all year long.
There’s always something happening in San Francisco during your rental bus visit. Find out more from the friendly staff at Bus Rentals San Francisco when you rent a bus from their fleet of fully equipped rental buses.