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Apple Campus

Apple Computers is located at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino just a few minutes drive from Silicon Valley. Apple is building its new Apple Park there, a famous 'Spaceship Campus' because of its flying-saucer-like design. Feel the atmosphere of one of the most successful company and grab a t-shirts, mugs, and other merchandise that cannot be found in any other Apple store. Simple a must visit during your San Francisco visit.

Google Campus

Explore the legendary campus of Google, Googleplex, the place where plenty of brilliant minds work, located in Mountain View. Feel the vibrant atmosphere, buy a souvenir in Google Merchandise store or take a selfie with one of the Android Lawn Statue. And don't forget to ride G-bike through the campus.


b8ta is heaven for every gadget lover. It is a brick-and-mortar retailer at 516 Bryant St., Palo Alto that sells all kinds of gadgets like the virtual reality headsets, electric fat bikes, and brain-sensing headbands. Event the b8ta is small they have a great selection of products.

Tesla Motors Show Room

One of a Tesla Motors show room is in Palo Alto. In show room which is open to public you can learn about Tesla cars and you can even test drive Tesla cars if you are over 25 years and have a valid US driving licence. Book a test drive ahead on Tesla website since it is very popular.

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Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most famous and iconic constructions around the world. Even though, it was once called ‘the bridge that couldn’t be built, in 1937 the San Francisco’s landmark has opened. Probably the most photographed bridge and one of the seven wonders of the modern world, is a must to see when you are in San Francisco.


One of the most popular attractions of San Francisco is only mile and a half from the Fisherman’s Wharf. Once a site for the first lighthouse built on the Pacific Coast, has become a federal prison from 1934-1963. This infamous federal prison was housing even the most notorious convicts like George Machine Gun Kelly or Al Capone. Now, the famous prison island Alcatraz, is part of the Bay Area’s 80.000-acre Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Fisherman's Wharf

One of the busiest tourist areas in the city is the Fisherman’s Wharf. On the northern waterfront you will find wonderful souvenir shops and stalls, where you can get crab or clam chowder in sourdough bread bowls. And if you are a fan of marine life, you can search for the colony of sea lions or the historic ships tour. In the famed former chocolate factory at Ghirardelli Square, you’ll find plenty of boutiques and eateries.

Pier 39

If you are asking, where your visit in San Francisco should start – the world famous sea lions think it is at the PIER 39. With the amazing views of the city and the bay, sea of sea lions, California wines and chowder bowls PIER 39 should not only be on your list, but a the starting point of San Francisco trip. After the airport, of course ;).

Lombard Street

Lombard street is one of the city’s most scenic and the “Crookest Street in the World”. Hundreds of thousands of visitors walk or drive down its eight sharp hairpin turns, surrounded by Russian Hill mansions and perfectly manicured landscaping and flowers. As one of the San Francisco’s most popular landmarks, the Lombard street should definitely be on your agenda.

Coit Tower

This elegant column, built in 1933, still remains a colorful, insightful look back to a difficult time – the Great Depression, in an American history. It was built as the legacy of the San Francisco’s colorful Lillie Hitchcock Coit, who have left $125.000 bequest. His wish was to add beauty to the city he always loved. The Coit Tower, with a series of fresco mural on the ground floor lobby by some 30 local artists is still standing tall, being one of the most visited landmarks in San Francisco.

Startup Grind Global Conference 2018

February 12,13,14 – 2018
Redwood City, California
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