5 Things to Do in San Francisco on Your Honeymoon

Traveling on a honeymoon is a unique opportunity to see the world in a way you might not otherwise see it. San Francisco has an almost endless list of things to do, many of which are perfect for honeymooners. Read on to learn more about them and then reach out to GoCar Tours to book the tour of a lifetime.


1. Head straight for Golden Gate Park


Golden Gate Park offers incredible photo opportunities, lush gardens, and incredible blooms. Make sure you make it through the entire park, including the Conservatory of Flowers. There you’ll see almost every type of flower imaginable.


2. Have a bite to eat Fisherman’s Wharf


Locals will tell you that Fisherman’s Wharf isn’t what it used to be. They’ll tell you that what was once pure has now become a tourist attraction. While it is true that it’s changed over the years, and that some aspects of lost their initial charm, it’s still a magical, unique place that’s well worth a stop. In fact, we suggest you get there hungry and eat some of the freshest seafood available in the world.


3. Get your creep on at Alcatraz


There’s a ton of history to be experienced in San Francisco, and a trip to Alcatraz Island is necessary if you want to see it all. There’s no question that visiting is an intense experience but it will also ground you in California and in the past in a way that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.


4. Do it all at the California Academy of Sciences


There’s something for everyone at the California Academy of Sciences. Do you like watching fish in their natural habitat? Then check out the aquarium. Do you love outer space and marvel at the planets? Then the planetarium may be your favorite spot. Of course, there’s the natural history museum, not to mention the four-story rainforest – this place really does have it all!


5. End a day with a truly romantic experience


You’re on your honeymoon so you want to up the romance, but you want the type of romantic experiences you could only find in San Francisco. For that, we recommend dinner at the Foreign Cinema. You and your beloved will sit under twinkly lights, eat a decadent dinner, and watch one of the most classic movies of our time. It’s an experience you can’t have anywhere else.