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Smart Destinations Releases All-New San Francisco Explorer Pass©

April 9, 2014 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

Today Smart Destinations announced the release of a brand new product in their San Francisco market – the San Francisco Explorer PassÓ.

The San Francisco Explorer Pass© joins the Go San Francisco Card© and the San Francisco Go Select© Pass as another unique attractions pass offering flexibility, savings, and fun.

Modeled after the highly successful New York Explorer Pass©, the San Francisco Explorer Pass© allows customers to choose four attractions out of twenty of the city’s best to visit over the course of a full thirty days. Included attractions appeal to a range of 166812_num697190_600x600interests and sightseeing preferences, with options as diverse as the California Academy of Sciences, a Golden Gate Bay Cruise, and the Asian Art Museum. The San Francisco Explorer Pass© also includes a convenient 1-day Muni Visitor Passport, which provides unlimited rides on cable cars, historic street cars, Muni, and Muni Metro.

“What sets the San Francisco Explorer Pass© apart from our competitor’s products is how easy it is to enjoy San Francisco on your own terms,” said Judy Gauthier, Regional Director with Smart Destinations. “Customers get insider access to the iconic and the unique attractions of San Francisco, and thirty days to explore those attractions at their own pace.”

The flexibility of the San Francisco Explorer Pass© makes it appealing to all visitors to the Bay Area. From short-stay travelers and cruise customers (pre- and post-stay), to locals (for use over multiple weekends and even school vacations) and international visitors who enter San Francisco as a gateway to different American destinations, everyone can explore the sights and sounds of San Francisco like an insider.

The San Francisco Explorer Pass© is available only in-market at locations like the San Francisco Travel Visitor Information Center and Bay City Bike Rentals and Tours, and through select online retailers including Viator, ARES, and Attraction World. This all-new San Francisco attractions pass retails for the discounted price of $83/adult and $63/child, and is available for purchase today.

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