If you're lucky enough to be spending the following weekend after Dreamforce in the beautiful city of San Francisco, or even outside of the city, we’ve got the perfect recommendations for you!
If you’re staying close to the city, there is plenty to do after Dreamforce that can help you wind down and really explore all that the city has to offer:
Go across the infamous Golden Gate Bridge
Opened in 1937 as the longest suspension bridge ever created at that time, the Golden Gate Bridge is situated between San Francisco Bay and Marin County. With plenty of tours to choose from, there’s always time to pay a visit to what has been named as one of the modern wonders of the world.
A trip to Alcatraz
A 1.5 mile boat trip off the coast of San Francisco, you can find yourself visiting the famous federal prison which housed some of the biggest criminals of that time. Click here to see what tours are available and when.
Ride the San Francisco Cable Car system
A brilliant way to discover the highlights and unbelievable views of the city via the world’s last manually operated cable car system. Click here to discover the options that are available.
Pier 39 + Fisherman’s Wharf
As one of the more popular tourist attractions, built on a pier, the shopping centre has an aquarium, a video arcade and multiple restaurants to choose from. The busy atmosphere can provide a different environment to the other tourist activities in the area.
Hiking in Marin County
Whether you fancy yourself the next best connoisseur or just enjoy the occasional glass (or two…) a wine tasting experience or tour can be a brilliant way of relaxing after the chaos of Dreamforce.
The closest winery from San Francisco, it is a perfect place to enjoy wine, food and even catch up on those last few follow ups from work that you might have missed whilst being at Dreamforce. Just be sure to book your spot first!
B.R. Cohn is situated just 10 minutes outside of Sonoma town and one hour north of San Francisco. Offering authentic experiences in Wine tasting in the tasting room which has been carefully preserved since it was built in 1920 to ensure it has kept its casual and comfortable ranch style environment.
Yontville, located in Napa Valley, has so much more than wine to offer! Michelin starred restaurants, superb accommodation, world-class art and natural surroundings all within walking distance of the small-town culture that is Yontville. A fabulous opportunity to grab a bite to eat at the renowned RH Yontville.
The Prisoner Wine Company requires a reservation but it will be well worth it! With its vast ranges of unique wines that it has to offer. Situated in Napa Valley, it provides a great opportunity to escape the city and explore what else the area has to offer.