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San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

The second-largest airport in California behind Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco Airport is your gateway to your San Francisco vacation. With four terminals and 115 gates arranged in a clockwise ring, the airport is a busy hub for flights along the Pacific coast. Use the free AirTrain to connect between terminals or to get to the BART station, where you can catch a BART train that will get you into the downtown core in just 30 minutes. If you're in the airport for a while, check out the SFO Museum, the first museum in an airport, which houses art and antique items. The airport has an aquarium and authentic cuisine too, so there's plenty to do inside!

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Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to San Francisco. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. We recommend visiting San Francisco during the autumn months of September to November. During these months, the weather becomes clear and warm, and crowds are diminished when compared to other months. Indeed, even though the summer months are most popular, these months can be colder than those in autumn. Worse yet, fog tends to roll in during the summer, which could ruin your chances of taking pictures of all the sights San Francisco has to offer.

San Francisco Travel Guide

A unique city in every way, San Francisco offers big city buzz with a small-town feel. Offering stunning views, delectable cuisine, and vibrant art, San Francisco is a sensation for the senses. Check out Fisherman's Wharf for a view of Alcatraz, head to the Presidio for pictures of the infamous Golden Gate Bridge, then take a cable car to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. We recommend walking or public transit; no matter what street you're on, there's something to see and do. Whether it's taking pictures of the infamous Golden Gate Bridge, strolling along the narrow, undulating streets, or basking in its vibrant culture, San Fran has something for everyone.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

The second-largest airport in California behind Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco Airport is your gateway to your San Francisco vacation. With four terminals and 115 gates arranged in a clockwise ring, the airport is a busy hub for flights along the Pacific coast. Use the free AirTrain to connect between terminals or to get to the BART station, where you can catch a BART train that will get you into the downtown core in just 30 minutes. If you're in the airport for a while, check out the SFO Museum, the first museum in an airport, which houses art and antique items. The airport has an aquarium and authentic cuisine too, so there's plenty to do inside!

Find the Best Deals

Trip Support will help you find cheap deals to San Francisco. We have teamed up with the best airlines in the world and have centralized their options into one easy-to-use website. That way, you can find the flight that works best for you. We recommend visiting San Francisco during the autumn months of September to November. During these months, the weather becomes clear and warm, and crowds are diminished when compared to other months. Indeed, even though the summer months are most popular, these months can be colder than those in autumn. Worse yet, fog tends to roll in during the summer, which could ruin your chances of taking pictures of all the sights San Francisco has to offer.

San Francisco Travel Guide

A unique city in every way, San Francisco offers big city buzz with a small-town feel. Offering stunning views, delectable cuisine, and vibrant art, San Francisco is a sensation for the senses. Check out Fisherman's Wharf for a view of Alcatraz, head to the Presidio for pictures of the infamous Golden Gate Bridge, then take a cable car to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. We recommend walking or public transit; no matter what street you're on, there's something to see and do. Whether it's taking pictures of the infamous Golden Gate Bridge, strolling along the narrow, undulating streets, or basking in its vibrant culture, San Fran has something for everyone.

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