San Francisco: First Class Flights to A First Class City
Find First Class Attractions at Golden Gate Park when you Fly First Class to San Francisco
With more than 1,000 acres of wooded groves, sculpted gardens and some of the city’s best museums, Golden Gate Park is a wonder for visitors of all ages. Art lovers delight in the collections on dispaly at the de Young Museum, and nature lovers relish the gorgeous Conservatory of Flowers. The renowned California Academy of Sciences offers a full day of fun, from its natural history museum and planetarium to its aquarium. In true eclectic San Francisco style, the park is also home to a buffalo paddock, a vintage carousel, a tranquil Japanese Tea Garden and a thrilling Strawberry Hill waterfall. The park also offers peaceful meadows and memorial groves that tempt you to stretch your legs after your first class flight to San Francisco.
Union Square: Continue the Luxury of a First Class Flight to San Francisco
While you could shop in just about any cosmopolitan city, San Francisco’s Union Square is one of the premier shopping districts in the U.S. It’s not often you can ride a curved escalator through Nordstrom, spend the day in the flagship Gap Inc. stores and luxuriate in a two-level Tiffany store. The square itself is a historic landmark, and it’s the perfect place to sip coffee, enjoy public art and people-watch. In the blocks surrounding the square, you’ll find dozens of high-end shops, galleries, hotels and restaurants. You’ll also find San Francisco fixtures, including Sear’s Fine Foods and the American Conservatory Theater. If you’re taking a first class flight to San Francisco, you’ll enjoy the luxury of Union Square.
Golden Gate Bridge Offers First Class Views to Match Your First Class Flight to San Francisco
One of the most picturesque spans in America, the Golden Gate Bridge is an icon of San Francisco life. Connecting posh Marin County to the San Francisco Peninsula, the 80-year-old suspension bridge is beautiful from every vantage point. For an overview of the bridge’s history, first visit Golden Gate Plaza. Then experience the bridge’s magnificence by walking across the 1.7-mile span. The bridge’s “sidewalks” are open from sunrise to sundown and, on clear days, offer spectacular views of the city, the bay, Alcatraz, Angel Island and the Pacific Ocean. Some visitors believe the views from the bridge alone are worth the business class flight to San Francisco. Don't want your day to end? Continue the fun and discovery at the foot of the bridge in the expansive Presidio.
Disembark from Your Business Class Flight to San Francisco and Head to the Embarcadero
The Embarcadero is the quintessential San Francisco street, offering stellar views of the bay and access to some of the city’s most beloved sites and attractions. Strolling along the historic Embarcadero is a great way to get your bearings after taking a business class flight to San Francisco. Start just south of The Embarcadero at the San Francisco Giants’ ballpark, AT&T Park, and head north along the waterfront. You’ll pass several piers, walk under the Bay Bridge, edge alongside the Financial District, pass the historic Ferry Building’s artisanal food stalls and eventually end up at legendary Fisherman’s Wharf. You’ll encounter cafes, public art, small parks, street performers and historic plaques along the three-mile walk, making it a great way to experience all of San Francisco’s unique attributes.