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AT&T Park, San Francisco

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To see how a major baseball stadium functions behind the scenes, take a tour of AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. This ballpark is renowned for its views of the San Francisco Bay, best appreciated from the highest seats. Located downtown, the stadium is easily accessible from almost anywhere in the city by public bus or train. Game tickets may be difficult to come by late in the season, but you can always explore the dugout, clubhouse, press box, and the batting cage on a private tour. For a free look at a few innings, stand under the archways stretching along the stadium's waterfront promenade. With our online itinerary creator, San Francisco attractions like AT&T Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • So the Giants may not have the best team this year but don't leave early like we did and miss a later inning rally... Take the train, it's easy and cheaper than parking.  more »
  • The Giants play here . . .concerts happen here . . .and Cirque du Soleil performs here every couple of years (under the Big Top, in the parking lot. Shop around for well-priced seats!  more »
  • , Very nice Baseball Stadium, but it's a little cold, so plan to dress warmly for the part.
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  • A great facility! We love being able to take a couple hour drive to watch some baseball! We just make sure to eat and drink plenty before the game, which is to be expected because it is a professional sporting event. However, we have also been to other pro sport facilities and AT&T seems to take advantage of the fact that the stadium is so new. But people are willing to spend the money so why shouldn't they be?
  • This is a great state of the art ballpark. There's a lot to do, check out the trophy section and get your picture taken. Anyplace you sit you're going to get a great view. The food can be a bit pricey but that's to be expected anyway.
  • Great stadium. Not a bad seat here. Lots of incredible food choices (hot dogs wrapped in bacon, lobster/shrimp rolls). Easy to get to from the hotel in South San Fran by the Cal Train. We always go to a new ball park and walk through it first. Lots for the kids, too.
  • Best ballpark anywhere. Located waterside it has Great views of San Francisco Bay and the bay bridge. Nice, modern comfortable stadium with great access to muni train lines. Home of the Fabulous S.F. Giants! But dress warm because even in summer, night games get very, very cold on the waterfront.
  • Beautiful stadium to catch a game. Cold as hell depending on when you go, still one of my favorite ballparks to visit. I'm from Dallas so I'm not use to the cool weather during baseball season. Easy 30 minute walk from most hotels in SF. Had an awesome michelada there and still trying to find the recipe to their mix. If anybody can help out with that please let me know!

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From inexpensive hostels in quiet residential areas to high-end hotels near the city center, San Francisco has accommodations for every budget. Key consideration is what kind of neighborhood you want to stay in. You'll find luxury hotels in Union Square, which has prime shopping, is near theaters, and is on the cable car line. Many hotels are in the northeastern portion of the city, near the tourist-driven neighborhoods of Chinatown and Fisherman's Wharf, both easily explored on foot. To get away from the tourist crowds, consider the smaller inns and family-run bed and breakfasts in some of the city's more charming neighborhoods, such as Noe Valley or Pacific Heights. There are also boutique hotels scattered around town. Avoid staying in the Tenderloin. If you plan to have a car with you, ask about parking availability and fees. Parking is often difficult and expensive.
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