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San Francisco has long been established as a mecca for the LGBTQIA community and its allies. This a result of the city harnessing strong roots in courageous turning points in the LGTQIA history such as the Pride March of 1970, the Harvey Milk movement, and a widely known open arm for and celebrating love without prejudice – a core factor that has drawn the rainbow community to the Golden city for decades.
When most people think of San Francisco their minds always venture to top attractions and landmarks such as The Golden Gate Bridge, The Full House home, Alcatraz, Lombard Street, and a myriad of other well ventured plot points on an Instagram search for “Things to Do in San Francisco.” However, to embrace this city and experience its beauty and transformative narrative to the fullest is to first start with a walk-through History, then ascend through a tapestry of arts and culture, while finishing your journey with a bang through a festival of food, nightlife, and entertainment.
Your trip begins at the helm of historical San Francisco with a day spent in the Castro District, the epicenter of the LGBTQIA legacy. You will journey through the neighborhoods and delve into a myriad of experience leading you through a visual journey from the liberation movement to now! You will then enjoy a day or arts and culture, taking in an array of landmarks, once in a lifetime experiences and unforgettable photo ops, while ending your trip in a food coma with some of the best bites San Francisco has to offer, and some of the most fun nightlife experiences that draw people to this city year after year.
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