From the Financial District to Pacific Heights, Chinatown to Nob Hill, San Francisco really does have a neighborhood to suit all tastes.
It's the location of Pier 39 and one of the main turn-arounds for the city's cable cars. It is incredibly touristy and a great place for souvenir shopping with an ocean breeze.
San Francisco Chinatown is a must-visit. Try a Chinatown culinary tour! It is a great way to learn about both the food and culture of this iconic San Francisco neighborhood.
Filled with Victorian homes as well as fantastic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco Bay. You can also see
he “Mrs. Doubtfire” house.
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Also known as Little Italy on Powell Street. This San Francisco neighborhood is perfect for a stroll through Washington Square Park while indulging in the amazing gelato.
Russian Hill is home to the world-famous Lombard Street and if you visit this area, navigate the twisty steps of the crooked path and stop for a photo op.
If you love amazing colorful street art, The Mission is definitely worth a visit. I recommend visiting Dolores Park and trying a delicious "Mission burrito".
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This neighborhood has largely retained its bohemian ambiance and has plenty of funky shops to explore. You can also find the previous houses of people like Jimi Hendrix and Joan Jet.
Don't miss Alamo Square Park in the Western Addition, with its famous row of Victorian houses known as the Painted Ladies, which you've seen on the TV show "Full House".
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Also worth seeing, are the Civic Center and the City Hall Building; Union Square; and the SoMa (South of Market) neighborhood.
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