San Francisco Neighborhoods
- 1San Francisco, California, USA19 reviews
Look I'm going to be honest, this is the best neighborhood, er, I mean my neighborhood where I live. You'll notice most of my guide gives gems away from this neighborhood for that reason.
- 2San Francisco, California, USA23 reviews
I love San Fran!!! Almost left my heart there.
- 3San Francisco, California, USA7 reviews
Great location for food, street carts & coffee shops. A lot of younger peeps, or members of the booming techy/startup folk.
- 4San Francisco, California, USA28 reviews
Though this is a recommended place, don't expect this to be a large attraction. It's quite small in scale. Good place to get some seafood.
- 5San Francisco, California, USA28 reviews
Walk to Golden Gate Park, Rent a boat on Stowe Lake
- 6San Francisco, California, USA30 reviews
San Francisco is an interesting city with lots to see, eat, and do. Chow down on Chinese food and shop for souvenirs :)
- 7San Francisco, California, USA4 reviews
great Restaurants and breweries
- 8San Francisco, California, USA4 reviews
The Financial District is a must see speacilly because of the Transamerica Pyramid, a world know building. The financial center of San Francisco is not all about business. In the area around you'll find places like the Embarcadero Center, Jackson Square Hitorical Distric and the Ferry Building.
- 9San Francisco, California, USA7 reviews
Russian Hill is a scenic neighborhood with lots of nice residential homes and steep hills, making it representative area of San Francisco. The famous zig-zagged Lombard Street is also featured here.
- 10San Francisco, California, USA3 reviews
want to look at the other side? you will find it here. Music, and architecture of the city theatres. some are sleasy, but fun.
- 11San Francisco, California, USA5 reviews
Maybe I'm a little biased since I live here, but I think this up-and-coming neighborhood has some of the best of what San Francisco has to offer: mom-and-pop stores full of character, classic and colorful victorian homes, quirky restaurants and lush green parks. It's also very central, within walking distance to the upper Haight, Civic Center, Mission and Castro/Upper Market. ...
- 12San Francisco, California, USA1 review
There was a time when the area across Yerba Buena Gardens was an empty lot devoid of construction. Thanks to the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the area here is spacious and beautiful. With benches to sit on and moving water, it's the perfect complement to what has become one of my favorite parks across the street. The area is full of ...
- 13San Francisco, California, USA9 reviews
The Marina is a fantastic little neighborhood that sits on the north side of San Francisco between Fisherman's Warf and the Presidio. Chestnut St and Union St are teeming with shops and restaurants. It's very close to North Beach, the Lombard St Hill, Chinatown, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Golden Gate bridge. The only drawback is that it ...
- 14San Francisco, California, USA3 reviews
- 15San Francisco, California, USA5 reviews
You can't come to San Francisco without taking a walk along the Waterfront. You don't have to necessarily go to Fisherman's Wharf, but walking along the waterfront to see the misty filled Golden Gate Bridge and boats will make you appreciate SF infinitely more.
- 16San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
Iconic Nob Hill is like a regal testament to the elegance of San Francisco. At its top rests Grace Cathedral, the city’s grandest church, alongside two of the most fantastic and beautiful hotels around. Riding the California-Van Ness Cable Car line up the steep California Street is an experience in and of itself. In the neighborhood’s lower area, you’ll find ...
- 17San Francisco, California, USA9 reviews
There are few natural structures in San Francisco as iconic as Telegraph Hill. With busy North Beach on one side and serene Embarcadero on the other, it’s like the two faces of San Francisco. Coit Tower at the very top acts like a beacon visible throughout most of San Francisco. During the specialist of events—like the World Series—the lights change ...
- 18San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
Probably one of the best neighborhood in San Francisco!
- 19San Francisco, California, USA22 reviews
One of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods, marked by rainbow flags, an old ornate theater, cute mom-and-pop shops, and of course many gay-friendly stores with flamboyant names (ie. The Sausage Factory).
- 20San Francisco, California, USA5 reviews
I both like and dislike the Haight District. I like Lower Haight, the area closer to downtown with amazing bars like Toronado and food options like Rosamunde. Upper Haight, on the other hand, is where I’m less of a fan. While the food, drink and shopping options are amazing, the area is a bit uncomfortable to walk through with all ...