San Francisco is concentrating resources on Union Square to make shoppers feel more safe this holiday season.
Day two of Dreamforce, one of San Francisco’s largest conventions, closed out with a bang Wednesday, with a live performance by the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Oracle Park.
San Francisco is getting ready for the kickoff to a traditionally busy tourist season. The cities tourist destinations are already buzzing with visitors, and with the labor day weekend upon us, those areas are hoping for even more tourists.
COVID rates are on the rise. SF's health department says now is a prudent time to resume wearing masks in indoor settings, choose outdoor gatherings over indoor gatherings whenever possible, and use rapid tests as needed to determine who is infected and should isolate.
For the first time, marijuana sales were allowed with some 40 vendors and sponsors at San Francisco Golden Gate Park's 420 celebration.
One passenger is worried that COVID testing seems to be on an honor system. She suspects some passengers may not have tested to avoid having to quarantine and miss out on all the cruise activities.
An exciting weekend is expected in San Francisco. There is an international sailing competition that is bringing visitors from many countries.
A new health order in Sonoma County, is being viewed as another potential blow to the area’s tourism industry, particularly for businesses behind the region’s larger events.
Despite having 84% of eligible San Franciscans vaccinated and 55% boosted as well, the City By The Bay has called off Friday night's New Year's Eve celebration.
Hotels in San Francisco’s Union Square are facing mass cancellations after a premier healthcare conference decided to go virtual on Wednesday. The JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, scheduled to take place at the Westin St. Francis Hotel from January 10th through 13th, made the call in the wake of spiking Covid-19 numbers, partly due to the Omicron variant.
Bay Area airports welcomed big crowds of international travelers on the first day the U.S. lifted travel bans from 33 countries.
Cruise ships are docking in San Francisco again and crowds are flooding to Giants stadium. Tourism is making a rebound all over the Bay Area.
The Navy is in town for Fleet Week and visitors are lining up for tours. Ship tours started on Wednesday and visitors lined up as activity kicked into high gear.
Visitors are returning to San Francisco, but a full tourism recovery could take years. International tourism is still down 76% this year compared to 2019.
After more than a year, cable cars are once again climbing up and down San Francisco's hills. The cars are back on the rails but aren't carrying any passengers for now.
Tourists and locals celebrated the Fourth of July with sunny weather and a spectacular fireworks show overlooking the city's waterfront, and local businesses and restaurants enjoyed a boost in profits.
San Francisco's Pier 39 prepares for California's full reopening
The historic East Brother Light Station, Richmond's oldest structure, has found a temporary solution to restore power to the bed and breakfast that operates within the light station after its 30-year-old submarine cable broke in April.
Bay Area tourism, battered the past year, had a healthy summer launch over the long Memorial Day weekend.
The president brought up the “Explore America” Tax Credit during a White House roundtable last month.