San Francisco Travel Guide: 10 Can’t Miss Stops
Enjoy strolling the beautiful grounds at the Legion of Honor, viewing paintings by Monet and sculptures by Rodan.
You get great views of the Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Baker & Hawk Hill, but I recommend enjoying it up close & going for a nice walk on the bridge.
San Francisco’s cable car system is the world's last manually operated cable car system. Hop aboard the trolley on Hyde St. for great Alcatraz views.
The Sutro Bath Ruins are what’s left of what was once the world’s largest indoor swimming pool complex. This is a stunning spot to watch the sunset.
The Bay Bridge is an architectural marvel with sweeping views of the bay. Enjoy both a bicycle path & pedestrian walkway.
With 8 sharp steep turns, Lombard Street is said to be the most crooked street in the world and it definitely makes for a fun stop to walk or drive.
Marshall’s Beach is a small, remote shorefront beach featuring soft sand and amazing Golden Gate Bridge views.
With plenty of shops & restaurants, grab a bite to eat and do some window shopping at the famous Ghirardelli Square.
Originally built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition, the Palace of Fine Arts is a fun picnic & photo spot featuring an exquisite rotunda.
Part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Chrissy Field features a promenade, trails & restored tidal wetlands.
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