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- 1San Francisco, California, USA20 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, USA28 reviews
One simply cannot visit San Francisco proper and not stop by the wharf. As seen in the intro to Full-House, featured in handfuls of other movies and listed in numerous travel guides. A great place to visit night or day with a lot of buzz and people watching opportunities. Street vendors, performers and foods a plenty. Enjoy views of the ...
- 3San Francisco, California, USA31 reviews
San Francisco's Chinatown is a bustling ethnic scene that should be included in any visit to The City. Colorful and quirky, there is plenty to see and do. Tea tasting should be part of the itinerary - you will never think of tea the same way again. There are many stores with art and trinkets, you are more likely to ...
- 4San Francisco, California, USA28 reviews
Golden Gate Park is packed with fun stuff to do, whether you're into museums, like the Cal Academy of Sciences and the de Young Museum of Fine Arts, or you just love to play outdoors. Rent a rowboat and paddle around Stow Lake, pad through the botanical gardens, spot the buffalo herd and stop to smell the tulips at the ...
- 5San 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.
- 6San Francisco, California, USA11 reviews
Great neighborhood area: restaurants, coffee shops, nail and hair salons, a post office, a pharmacy, banks... it is a there easy walking distance from our studio.
- 7San 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.
- 8San Francisco, California, USA8 reviews
For some background: The Presidio has a rich history spanning back to the time of the native Ohlone people. The Spanish arrived in 1776 to establish the northernmost outpost of their empire in western North America. The Presidio fell under Mexican rule for 24 years before the U.S. Army took control in 1846. Over 148 years, the U.S. Army transformed ...
- 9San Francisco, California, USA5 reviews
Once a run-down, forgotten corner beneath a freeway and between downtown, the theater district, and the Haight, this neighborhood found new life after the most recent big earthquake destroyed the overpass/freeway exit that defined this area. Now it's a thriving center for trendy, chic, and alternative shopping; innovative upscale restaurants; and civic projects. With the personality of the Mission and ...
- 10San Francisco, California, USA23 reviews
My first impression of downtown San Francisco, it seemed to me an gray and intimidating gaggle of skyscrapers. But after working there for four years, it had transformed in my mind's eye into a labyrinth of delights. The little allies that cut through the forest of concrete hide cheap taquerias, works of art, pubs of all varietals, homeless people that ...
- 11San Francisco, California, USA22 reviews
THE GAY DISTRICT! I was fortunate enough to be there on Halloween. It is the place to be in the city to see the best costumes in the city. The are some nice places to eat but no too many bar options and on Halloween everything including the streets are packed!
- 12San Francisco, California, USA9 reviews
This neighborhood is famous for the Palace of Fine Arts, a beautiful dome, surrounded by big an millionaire houses.
- 13San Francisco, California, USA7 reviews
a great way to exercise and see scenic views of the city is by walking through neighborhoods like Russian Hill. lots of interesting buildings with famous figures and historical facts, been in movie scenes, beautiful flowers and plants along the way, scenic views of Coit Tower, Transamerica Building, Alcatraz Island, and the Bay Bridge.
- 14San Francisco, California, USA4 reviews
South Beach, with its converted warehouses and brick facades, is somewhat reminiscent of the East Coast. Home of the Ballpark, numerous tech companies and popular restaurants, this posh area by the Bay represents the the loft-style lifestyle. While it can be fairly quiet at night, it’s hustling and bustling with businesspeople during the day.
- 15San Francisco, California, USA2 reviews
An oft-overlooked tourist stop is lovely Bernal Heights. Formerly known as the lesbian answer to the gay man's Castro, Bernal has now become home to all kinds of locals who appreciate the quaint, small streets lined with adorable shops, the sunny weather (far from the Sunset's fog), and the proximity to hiking at Bernal Hill. Plus, Bernal Heights is just ...
- 16San Francisco, California, USA18 reviews
The North Beach district, also called 'Little Italy,' is a great area for great food, drinks, espresso and people watching. Get a panini and picnic in Washington Square Park, or sit at a sidewallk cafe eating pasta and enjoying the street scene. Try Mama's for breakfast, but expect to wait to get in, and Trieste is the place to hit ...
- 17San Francisco, California, USA5 reviews
San Francisco has one of the prettiest waterfronts I’ve seen. A nice balance between nature and architecture, it’s not too gray or too boring. With the recently opened waterfront area to the left of the Ferry Building, you get a chance to walk inside the pier to explore even more restaurants and views. It’s quite a nice walk. The obvious ...
- 18San Francisco, California, USA3 reviews
Be VERY careful here. It can get sketchy and dangerous FAST.
- 19San Francisco, California, USA3 reviews
Civic Center may not be the cleanest, nicest, prettiest or sanest area in San Francisco, but amidst the panhandling and the guy who coughs so much you suspect him as patient zero in the pending bacteria apocalypse, there is plenty of fun to be had. In its heart, you have the gorgeous City Hall, a tribute to the American Renaissance ...
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- 20San 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 ...