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  • 1

    Golden Gate Bridge

    4.5
    843 reviews

    This is a must see place when you have chance to visit SF. Some people told me that If you got here first time and you can see the entire bridge (not foggy), you will come back again.

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  • 2

    San Diego Zoo

    4.5
    475 reviews

    The San Diego Zoo is definitely one of, if not the very best, zoo in the country. The grounds are enormous, and there is plenty to see and keep a family or group entertained for an entire day. They offer tours that include pickup and dropoff at your San Diego based hotels, if that makes it easier than renting a ...

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  • 3

    Disneyland

    4.5
    444 reviews

    disneyland is indeed the happiest place on earth. being a native san diegan we used to take the train when it opens and go straight to tommorrowland as they will end up with the longest lines so that way you get there quicker usually. for food i have found that the best price food is right by the mark twain ...

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  • 4

    Balboa Park

    5
    362 reviews

    Balboa Park is a great spot for families and dates! There are a number of museums (there's at least 1 with free admission, the others have a fee) and the gardens and fountains are beautiful. I love the intricate architecture of the outside of the buildings. This is a great spot to spend a few hours walking around and exploring ...

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  • 5

    Alcatraz Island

    4.5
    388 reviews

    Such an interesting place! You learn so much about its history. And the view of San Francisco isn't bad either :)

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  • 6

    Golden Gate Park

    4.5
    359 reviews

    The largest and best known park in San Francisco is the 1,017 acre (411 ha) Golden Gate Park. Its history goes back to 1870 when the site was an area of wild sand dunes. At the time, the area, known as 'outside lands', was well outside the city's developed limits.

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  • 7

    Fisherman's Wharf

    4
    408 reviews

    San Francisco is known for its foggy days, and so I would go to Fisherman's Wharf on a sunny day. Fisherman's wharf of cousre is down on the water with tons of great restaurants serving fresh seafood.

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  • 8

    SeaWorld San Diego

    4.5
    303 reviews

    Everyone should see some of the world's most magnificent underwater creatures at least once in their life! Dolphins, Seals, Sharks, Penguins, Beluga Whales, Orca Whales, Pilot Whales, Polar Bears, Sea Lions, Otters, Bat Rays, and Walruses can all be seen there. Sea World is only a 41 minute drive away from the property (according to google maps).

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  • 9

    Gaslamp Quarter

    4.5
    248 reviews

    The Gaslamp Quarter is a quaint, picturesque area southeast of San Diego's Little Italy. It got it's name from the ubiquitous Victorian Gaslamps that dot the area. If you're looking for good food, trendy bars, or just want to stroll around and people watch, look no further than the Gaslamp Quarter.

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  • 10

    Old Town

    4.5
    257 reviews

    I thought Old Town was going to be the oldest part of town but it turns out it's kind of a historically preserved, tourist attraction. The entire thing is set up like the old wild west/traditional Mexico feeling. While your there you have to stop for some of the Mexican food and I recommend grabbing a margarita while your at ...

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  • 11

    AT&T Park

    4.5
    206 reviews

    ATT Park is the best park in Major League Baseball. The consession stands are mini five star restaurants. The view will distract you from the game (like that's a bad thing).

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  • 12

    Ferry Building Marketplace

    4.5
    204 reviews

    Located along the Embarcadero (at the foot of Market Street), there is a lot of action here! This is a major transit hub for all of San Francisco & surrounding Bay Area communities, via BART, MUNI, street car & cable car. The famous trolley line (LIne F Market) stops right in front of the building. The Marketplace offers lots of ...

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  • 13

    Riding a Cable Car

    4.5
    201 reviews

    This is one of the few typical tourist experiences that surpasses expectations. Riding the cable cars up and down the impossibly steep streets with the wind blowing through your hair is something that just can't be replicated. An absolute must do.

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  • 14

    Pier 39

    4
    234 reviews

    Ultimate SF tourist attraction, but hey why not? It's fun :). Lots of shops, mirror maze, watch the sea lions sleep, the aquarium is right there too.

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  • 15

    Lombard Street

    4
    208 reviews

    Driving down this street feels surreal! The houses along it are gorgeous and it's worth braving the traffic for the view alone.

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  • 16

    Union Square

    4
    210 reviews

    Still on my bucket list to ice skate in Union Square but nonetheless it is a great spot for walking, shopping & sightseeing year long. Close to the ferry building and fisherman's wharf, it's a notable/iconic location in San Francisco with views of the water. Perks: great for people watching!

    Popular withLocalFamiliesLuxury
  • 17

    Disney's California Adventure

    4.5
    162 reviews

    If you are already visiting Disneyland but want to visit a park that's a little more adventurous and grown up, DCA is the place. You can find "wilder" rides here, with a real roller coaster and the free falling Tower or Terror. They also serve alcohol here! It's really an extension of Disneyland, but with all the variety offered here, ...

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  • 18

    Santa Monica Pier

    4
    199 reviews

    The Santa Monica Pier is a fun place to visit with groups of all ages. There is something for everybody from the rides to the funnel cakes. This is more of a carnival setting on the beach, with plenty of boardwalk to enjoy when you are ready to explore the area further.

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  • 19

    The Getty Center

    4.5
    151 reviews

    The views, the art collections, the wonderful cafeteria with its outdoor patio and great food, and the wonderful upscale restaurant -The Restaurant at the Getty. The Restaurant has a wonderful 3-course prix-fixe menu under $50 that is well worth the money, $65 with wine pairing - reserve a table by the window and book early! Museum admission is free, parking ...

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  • 20

    California Academy Of Sciences

    4.5
    143 reviews

    My gf suggest this Museum to me, She said this is one of the nicest museum in SF - as it was for the Price ..it was 30 bucks per person but with a student id and a bus fare ticket you save 6 bucks ! There was a total of 3 shows, but I was more bored than intrigued. ...

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