Home to several of the world’s top tech giants and businesses, California’s San Francisco city is a jewel in United States’ crown. Over 50 hills lie within the boundaries of this bay city known for its cool, fog-filled summers. The San Francisco Bay outlines the city’s bay area, and is one of the most beautiful in the world. Known as the beacon of innovation, arts, and culture, San Francisco’s experimental demeanour in technology, food, lifestyle, and other aspects of living has led to many global trends being first sparked here.
‘Architecture and the City,’ United States’ largest architecture and design festival is held in San Francisco every year during the month of September. The festival hosts exciting events, workshops, and screens insightful films for the ones with a creative bent of mind. Another fabulous experience awaits in this beautiful city—the Golden Gate Bridge. Deemed as the ‘bridge that couldn’t be built,’ the massive orange-vermillion structure is 1.7 miles long, and looms large over the city’s skyline. Just like the bridge, the Golden Gate Park too, is the city’s favourite. Considered to be one of the largest man-made parks in the world, the three-mile long stretch of forests and manicured gardens is home to the mighty American Bison. San Francisco’s many sightseeing venues offer a cultural tour of this incredible city. And to take home memories from here isn’t a big task. The world-famous Ghirardelli Chocolate Company is one of San Francisco’s oldest food producers. Their delicious gourmet chocolates available in various flavours are great picks when returning home. Apart from that, the city houses in it the biggest Chinatown outside of Asia, and many stores and shops present options for beautiful gifts and souvenirs like silk tops, slippers, teacups, and decorative boxes, etc.
Explore the city and peek into the soul of the United States. The Taj Campton Place—a Taj Hotel, provides luxury accommodation, fine-dining, and unique experiences of the beautiful San Francisco.
Taj Campton Place, Stockton Street, San Francisco, CA, United States