Connecting Leavenworth Street and Hyde Street in San Francisco is one of the city’s most iconic places.
Built in 1933, this Art Deco tower commemorates Lillie Hitchcock Coit – a San Francisco resident, who (after her death) left a significant…
Together with the Golden Gate, this building is an icon of San Francisco.
Visit the largest and also the oldest Chinatown in the US (dating back to 1848).
This San Francisco museum is the place to visit if you are in the least interested in cable cars or machines.
Cable cars are the moving icons of San Francisco. Also, they represent the last surviving active manual cable car system in the world.
Built in 1776, this historic mission is the oldest surviving building in San Francisco.
These peaks are located in the middle of San Francisco and they are among the highest points (being about 280 meters high) of the city.
This San Francisco neighborhood is best known for the several tourist attractions situated here and its fresh seafood.
The well-known Alcatraz used to function as a prison with famous prisoners such as Al Capone.
A shopping centre full of attractions located in the Fisherman’s Wharf neighbourhood in San Francisco.
This lively waterfront area is lined with imposing historical piers, lively bars and cosy restaurants.
The government of the City and County of San Francisco is seated at this impressive Beaux-Arts building.
The nearly three kilometers long suspension bridge connecting San Francisco and Marin County is definitely the best-known icon of San…
Located in the Golden Gate Park, this long-operating museum (opened in 1895) offers its visitors a look at great collections of art.
One of the most visited public parks in the US. It is about three miles long and half a mile wide and it covers more than 1000 acres of land.
This beautiful San Francisco beach is a popular destination for swimmers and surfers.