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SoMa

 Leave enough time in your business class flight itinerary to enjoy eclectic SoMa. - IFlyFirstClass

The expansive area south of Market Street, or SoMa, is full of fascinating sites. San Francisco’s Ferry Building is on the edge of SoMa, and it's a foodie’s delight. Dozens of specialty food and craft stores and local restaurants fill the historic building. You can also catch a ferry to the East Bay here or simply admire the view of Treasure Island. Travel south along the shoreline, and you’ll reach a favorite local gem in AT&T Park. The stadium is home to the San Francisco Giants, beloved for its magnificent bay views. Elsewhere in SoMa, you can visit the Cartoon Art Museum and the Contemporary Jewish Museum. In fact, there are several museums and cultural spots to take in closer to Market Street. These include San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Children’s Creativity Museum and Museum of the African Diaspora are also in this area. Dozens of restaurants, pubs, coffee houses and night clubs fill the area too.

Book Business Class Deals to San Francisco to Enjoy Fisherman’s Wharf

Find discounted business class tickets so you can spend more time and dimes at Fisherman’s Wharf. - IFlyFirstClass

Sure, it’s a tourist attraction, but Fisherman’s Wharf is still a lively, entertaining spot in the city. If you’re looking for the iconic San Francisco atmosphere, you’ll find it at the wharf. Famous San Francisco seafood restaurants and chowder houses line the piers. You can bop into the wax museum and tour Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. You can explore the Maritime Museum and enjoy a humorous scare at San Francisco Dungeon. You can even catch a cruise out to Alcatraz from the space between Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39. Fisherman's Wharf is also home to Ghiradelli Square and Pier 39. Pier 39 is its own fun-filled attraction, offering restaurants, activities and the Aquarium of the Bay. The Hyde Street Pier displays several historic ships that you can spend a fun hour exploring. Whether you like food, history, fun or kitsch, Fisherman's Wharf is worth booking business class deals to the city.

Revel in Business Class Seats and Golden Gate Park

Luxuriate in comfy business class seats to San Francisco attractions like Golden Gate Park. - IFlyFirstClass

One of the largest urban parks in the country, Golden Gate Park is always a revelation. The park is an appealing mix of recreational space, museums and cultural attractions. The park's de Young Museum houses many masterpieces and traveling exhibits. Across the park from the de Young is the California Academy of Sciences. It houses a natural history museum, aquarium, planetarium and rainforest exhibit. Plan to spend at least a day here so you can explore the displays at your leisure. Statues and other public art are located throughout the park. If you’re looking for a little peaceful reflection, you’ve got many options. The Japanese Tea Garden, AIDS Memorial Grove and Garden of Shakespeare’s Flowers are prime spots. There are numerous recreation spaces, including soccer fields and lakes. You can even boat out to a mid-lake island and hike to the top of a hill to see a waterfall. The far western edge of the park leads to the beach, so you can even fit in some beach time. 

Best Seats Whisk You to San Francisco’s Presidio

Snag a business class deal to San Francisco for spectacular views and fun at the Presidio. - IFlyFirstClass

Until 1994, only military personnel were able to enjoy the beautiful views and grounds of the Presidio. The Presidio’s history, which dates back to the Ohlone, can be seen at the Presidio Visitors Center. In the years since the Presidio became a park, it has added several entrancing attractions. The Disney Family Museum is one of those interesting sites. The museum is a compelling look at Walt Disney’s history and the development of the Disney empire. Give yourself at least a couple of hours to spend in the museum. There are so many early film clips, memorabilia and fascinating exhibits that you’ll want to linger. The Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary is also located at the Presidio. The Farrallon Islands are off the California coast, noted for their aquatic life, including great white sharks. The sanctuary offers captivating interactive marine life exhibits and information about the gulf. Fort Point is probably one of the property’s most well-known sites. It’s located beneath the Golden Gate bridge. You’ll find a wealth of information at the Fort Point visitors center, including guided tours. The extensive grounds of the Presidio are a jewel of the city. There are beautiful wooded areas, an action-filled beachfront, hiking trails, and event-filled Crissy Field. The Presidio alone is worth taking a  flight to San Francisco.

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