• Top sights

    Golden Gate Park
    1. Golden Gate Park
    2. Lands End Lookout
    3. Flora Grubb Gardens
    4. Collis P. Huntington Park
    5. Lands End
  • The best restaurants

    Pushkin
    1. Pushkin
    2. Neighbor Bakehouse
    3. Tartine
    4. Vive La Tarte
    5. Kokkari Estiatorio
  • Popular shopping locations

    Flora Grubb Gardens
    1. Flora Grubb Gardens
    2. Green Apple Books
    3. Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
    4. Dog Eared Books
    5. K&L Wine Merchants

One of America's most attractive cities, San Francisco differs from other metropolitan areas in many charming ways. You'll find plenty of picture-perfect moments in this "City by the Bay," with its hilly streets, famous bridges and historic cable cars.

Fisherman's Wharf
Once home to San Fran's fishing fleet, today it hosts seafood vendors, souvenir shops and tourist attractions, such as the Wax Museum, vintage sea craft from World War II, and a historic maritime park.

Golden Gate Bridge 
The graceful Golden Gate Bridge is a national landmark and icon to many travelers. In 1897, San Francisco saw many ships set sail through its famed Golden Gates to seek gold in the Yukon.

Cable Cars
San Francisco's cable cars are not just a fun way to get around; they are a great way to view the city's innumerable charms from Nob Hill, Union Square and Chinatown, to Fisherman's Wharf.

 

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