Top 5 Attractions to See in San Fran for CCH Connections: User Conference 2017 (#CCHUC17)

While you’re getting ready to join us at this year’s User Conference – take the time to learn about some of the many attractions San Francisco has to offer. The “city by the bay” is packed with a colorful assortment of activities that’s sure to please outdoorsy types, foodies and curious wanderers of all ages.

It is of no surprise that the Golden Gate Bridge ranks as the #1 tourist attraction in San Francisco. The vaulting, orange arches amidst the rocky seascape of the San Francisco Bay is one of the West Coast’s most enduring symbols. Take a moment after you’ve soaked in all the knowledge from the speakers and breakout sessions of the day, to check out or capture a snap of this majestic landmark.

Next on the list is the California Academy of Sciences which brims with plenty of things to see, including an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum and even a rainforest. Each attraction features its own program of presentations and activities, much like the many diverse sessions with industry-known speakers at #CCHUC17.

Another big standout attraction of San Francisco is the Golden Gate Park. The park offers so much to see and do, it could take an entire day to experience all that is has to offer including: trails, picturesque picnic spaces, playgrounds, sports courts, gardens, museums and more. The endless attractions of this park exemplifies the endless networking opportunities available to you at the User Conference – giving you valuable insight to industry trends and solutions to common problems while meeting new, influential colleagues.

Cable cars are another iconic symbol of San Francisco.  The cable car system is the last of its kind in the United States. It was made a National Historic Landmark in 1964. Hop on board after a long day at the Conference and connect with colleagues while you travel to exciting planned social events.

Lastly, if you want the best views in San Francisco, take a hike to Twin Peaks. These famous hills are 922 feet high, making them the second highest point in the city (after Mount Davidson). Not only can you look forward to checking out gorgeous views from these hilltops, you can also look forward to evaluating new technology while learning about new enhancements to your existing Wolters Kluwer software at #CCHUC17.

From exciting social events and informative lectures, to unique networking opportunities and discussion pods, the conference provides a wealth of information and best practices to take your firm to the next level. Get your game plan in sync and GROW, MANAGE and PROTECT your business, with the best way to earn CPE and a most excellent tech-ready way to network!

Whatever attractions you end up seeing in San Francisco while attending the User Conference, they are bound to be worthwhile. This is one conference you don’t want to miss! See you in San Francisco.


David Adams

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