Ghirardelli Square is both a historical location, and in general, just a wonderful place to visit, especially when you’re looking for dessert! The free samples they were giving out, my family really liked! Nearby, the National Maritime Historic Park of San Francisco is a quick stroll away, and provides a broad open area, excellent for digesting your Ghirardelli desserts. It is also a quick walk to the wharf of Fisherman, which provides a plethora of shops which sell anything from casual trinkets to full blown pieces of fish. This is a place that you don’t want to miss when you visit San Francisco.
If you are any kind of chocolate lover, you should certainly recognize the name “Ghirardelli”. This place is great, even though you’re going to wait in line, but it is totally worth it, since the chocolates and sauces you will be getting are amazing. In general, all the desserts are great. All their delicious candies and chocolates are also super amazing. If you are from outside town, you will find all the flavors, including the seasonal ones. There are many other types of stores and shops in the area, not just the Ghirardelli store.I strongly advise you to stop buying some delicious Ghirardelli-style desserts.
This is another place you need to visit, if you’re at all in the bay area. There are 3 areas to purchase chocolate and ice cream treats in this square. The “initial” position is on the side of the road with part of it dedicated to chocolate, a bigger area in the center of the square, and then at the bottom of the square. I would suggest the center area because there you can find the table overlooking the bay with windows. All of the ice cream is fantastic, they’re especially popular right now since they have a new big icing cacao option. A great place to get a unique ice cream with many chocolate choices to choose from. It really is fun for every age. Overall it is a fun area with lots of different options for everyone. This is a paradise for individuals with sweet tooth. Not only do they just sell the chocolate, they also demonstrate how it is produced and cultivated into the sweets we all love today!
This amazing park is located near the following parks in San Francisco, California:
- Duboce Park
- Alta Plaza
- Ghirardelli Square
- Buena Vista
- Washington Square
- Tank Hill
- Huntington Park (aka Grace Cathedral Park)
- Lafayette Park
- Patricia’s Green
- Alamo Square
- Grand View Park (aka Turtle Hill)
- Dolores Park
- Bernal Hill
- Glen Canyon Park
- Twin Peaks
- Golden Gate Park
And of course after you’re done visiting any and all of these parks don’t forget to visit us at All Business Class Travel Agency!