Rudyard Kipling once said, "San Francisco has only one drawback – it's hard to leave!" There are a hundred different neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and history, as well as thousands of spectacular viewpoints, from the panoramic splendor atop Twin Peaks to surprise glimpses of fantastic beauty seen unexpectedly between buildings or upon rounding a corner. With its mild, spring-like climate, San Francisco consistently ranks among the top 10 North American destinations for conventions and conferences. Aside from its versatile spaces, the Moscone Center boasts an ideal location in the heart of downtown and is within walking distance of multiple hotels. Outside of a traditional convention center or hotel meeting spaces, San Francisco is home to an impressive array of captivating and memorable attractions that double as unique event locales, such as the Asian Art Museum and the Conservatory of Flowers.
Spectacular attractions, theaters, parks, and plazas provide an endless options of things to do, and with over 3,500 restaurants in an area just over seven square miles, San Francisco certainly qualifies as one of the most "cuisine-conscious" cities in America. The citizens are as unique and varied as any other aspect of this eclectic city. From soberly-suited business-people in the Financial District and colorfully clad hippies lounging on the lawns by the Golden Gate Bridge, to elegantly dressed matrons enjoying afternoon tea and market owners in Chinatown washing down their bins of exotic vegetables, "The Paris of the West" has it all.
Hello! California (Northern) also services the following destinations: Napa & Sonoma, Monterey & Carmel, Silicon Valley, Half Moon Bay, Sacramento, and Lake Tahoe.