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San Francisco is a naughty tart, a gracious lady, and a brilliant conversationalist.  She is the city of unbelievable views and one of the most gorgeous bridges in the world.   San Francisco often spars with Paris for Conde Nast’s Top City in the world.  And that is no surprise.

San Francisco is a walker’s dream.  Put your map in your pocket and hit the streets.  Wander around the legendary districts of Chinatown, Union Square & Fisherman’s Wharf.  Check out our travel guide to the best places to visit in San Francisco.

  • Golden Gate Bridge & Must-See Attractions

    Recommended Attractions: Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, Ghiradelli Square, Cable Cars, Coit Tower

    The Pacific Ocean, eccentric people, cutting edge art, extraordinary food and wine, Fisherman’s Wharf cable cars, the postcard perfect San Francisco Bay, and a walk above the ocean on the Golden Gate Bridge are all part of the magic that is San Francisco.  As is the harbor that’s filled with bright boats and cargo ships carrying wonders from around the world.

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  • Golden Gate Park

    Recommended Attractions: Japanese Tea Gardens, De Young Museum, Academy of Sciences

    Just south of the Richmond District is one of the country’s most extraordinary parks, Golden Gate Park.  It was created in the 1890s on sandy soil.  It is worth one entire day to explore the park.  This is the legendary Barbary Coast area where scores of shipwrecks met the ocean.  The de Young Museum, in the park, is a treasure, as is the Japanese Tea Garden.

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  • Chinatown

    Recommended Attractions: The food, the people, the shopping!

    Going to San Francisco and missing Chinatown would be unimaginable.  It has the largest population of Chinese people outside of China.  The markets, streets, smells and shops shoot you into another reality. The Chinese settled this area in the 1850s just after the Gold Rush and have held tight to their heritage.

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  • Unique San Francisco Neighborhoods

    Recommended Historic Neighborhoods: North Beach, Pacific Heights & the Marina, Union Square, Twin Peaks, Japantown

    Going to San Francisco and missing Chinatown would be unimaginable.  It has the largest population of Chinese people outside of China.  The markets, streets, smells and shops shoot you into another reality. The Chinese settled this area in the 1850s just after the Gold Rush and have held tight to their heritage.

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Savor, enjoy, and have fun!  San Francisco was built for a grand and memorable time.