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Will you be in San Francisco for a conference and wonder what to do when your day is done? The good news is there is plenty to keep you busy. Whether you want to relax at the beach, enjoy some great food, or go out and do something active there really is something for everyone. If you happen to have a rental car, you can head even further away from the city to explore this part of the state.

Evening activities to enjoy in San Francisco (CA)

Do you want to see the most of San Francisco while you are visiting? Why not book Vantigo’s City Lights Tour? This small group tour takes you around the city in about two hours and you will see the Californian city from an entirely different perspective and in its shining lights. To top it off, beer, wine, and snacks are included too.

Alcatraz may be one of San Francisco’s most popular attractions. Again, you can visit at night. There are only a few hundred tickets available so you will want to make reservations ahead. In any case, the evenings are great for ghost tours. San Francisco Ghost Hunt takes you to some of the most notoriously haunted spots in the city, of which there are quite a few. During the day, San Francisco also has plenty to offer. Visit Fisherman's Warf or the famous Golden Gate Bridge for example.

Even if it is raining, which it often is, you do not have to miss out. There are also indoor tours at places like the Palace Hotel or San Francisco Fire Department Museum. Also, pub crawls are incredibly popular. Alternatively, you could simply sit down and enjoy a meal at one of the city’s great restaurants. There are many choices for you.

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