Unique Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day in San Francisco

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Valentine’s dinner oozes with romance and it’s a sure fire way to spending the day with your loved one too. It’s also become quite boring and monotonous. So for this year’s Valentine’s Day, be prepared to take your loved one in a unique and adventurous date in the beautiful city of San Francisco. We have compiled a list of places, shows and adventures that will surely make Valentine’s Day 2015 a memorable (and unique) one!

1. San Francisco Theater & Best of Broadway Shows

Take your date to watch Broadway shows here in San Francisco. All weekend long, you can catch performances of Tree, an intimate story about families and how over time, there is always someone you will need to forgive and forget about what they did. Click here for ticket reservations.

2. San Francisco Symphony Performances

Surprise your date by taking him or her to watch the SF Symphony. Enjoy amazing music with Peter Serkin playing Mozart which will start at 8 PM. A truly perfect way to cap off Valentine’s Day.

3. SF Beer Week 2015

For your beer sippin’, beer lovin’ partner of all time, why not head over to this year’s SF Beer Week? Enjoy different kinds of interesting craft beers from Feb. 7 to Feb. 15. For event details, click here.

4. Crush SF: Sander Van Doorn & Andrew Rayel

Get your groove on and dance the night away to the music of Sander Van Doorn & Andrew Rayel at this year’s Crush SF at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. It’s one of the largest house events of the year and the perfect treat for your Valentine.  You can get tickets here.

5. Kayak at Twilight

You can take your date for a romantic and quiet  kayak trip along the scenic San Francisco waterfront. This twilight journey visits the Bay Bridge, Cupid’s Span, Ferry Building and McCovey Cove. Click here for more information.

6. Adventures at the Golden Gate Bridge

via blazing saddles

There is nothing more romantic than strolling the scenic Golden Gate Bridge. Or if that’s too boring for you, try the bicycle built for two with special Valentine’s Day rates offered by Blazing Saddles and Bay City Bike. Bike over the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco to Sausalito and enjoy a quaint, waterfront lunch. Visit these websites to know more about biking:  www.blazingsaddles.com | www.baycitybike.com.

7. Take a Stroll on Lover’s Lane

No, this isn’t an ordinary stroll. Hike with your date off the beaten path of San Francisco’s historic Presidio. Open spaces, trails and inspiring vistas provide plenty of opportunity to be alone with your loved one while enjoying the quiet beauty that can only be found at the Presidio. Steal a kiss on Lover’s Lane and experience the sunset from Baker Beach. For guided yours, check out www.urbanhikersf.com.

8. Tour the City

Take advantage of buy one get one free tickets available on all City Sightseeing bus tours for Valentine’s Day weekend. Immerse yourselves in the city’s most breathtaking places and interesting history with the Hop-On Hop-Off Tours. Sites include Union Square, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, and tours out to Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito and Muir Woods for a romantic hike and picnic. More information here.

9. Picnic in the Park

Make your Valentine’s Day date more personalized by making the most awesome picnic lunch and having a picnic at the Golden Gate Park. Nothing else to do after lunch? Rent a paddle or row boat and go for a romantic ride around the beautiful, 12-acre Stow Lake.

 

Don’t have a place to stay in San Francisco this Valentine’s Day? Come and stay with us! We’re a budget-friendly hotel in the heart of San Francisco. San Francisco Inn is definitely the best choice for you! Book with us now by clicking here, or call us at (415) 431-5131.

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