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Not many of San Francisco’s visitors, here for business or leisure, are privy to the inconspicuous locations that provide some of the rarest and most astonishing views of the famous Golden Gate Bridge.
Visitors from the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area can start their trip by seeking out Ghirardelli Square’s historic chocolate factory, where the beachfront offers visitors a splendid view of the famous bridge, along with Alcatraz Island in the foreground.
A good way for you to access these kinds of places along with many other destinations, is with a rental car, which would also solve the problem of enduring San Francisco’s interminable hills. When driving within the city limits, visitors can reach AT&T Park, the home of the baseball team that won the 2014 World Series, the San Francisco Giants.
If you’re driving across the Bay Bridge, and have an insatiable appetite for baseball, you can watch the Oakland Athletics play at the Oakland Coliseum.
The flight from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is typically a seven-hour trip, provided that there are not stops on the itinerary.
Upon arrival, the blue line on the AirTrain will take you to the rental car agencies. From there, San Francisco’s bustling downtown neighborhoods are about 20 minutes away via the U.S. 101.