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Most Alluring Locations of San Francisco

San Francisco is a much sought-after vibrant tourist destination with several famed landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, Coit Towers, Chinatown etc. There are also a lot of historical sites, imposing architecture, quaint museums, fantastic theaters, art galleries, serene beaches, steep rolling hills, trendy shopping areas, fabulous restaurants and lively nightclubs. From the grandeur of the Golden Gate Bridge to Union Square, San Francisco is a mesmerizing holiday destination.

Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge
The best way to appreciate the true splendor of Golden Gate Bridge architecture is to walk or bike the entire 1.7 mile length. This iconic Golden Gate Bridge has long been the most recognized symbol of San Francisco.

Alcatraz Island

Alcatraz Island
Stand in the prison cells of notorious criminals like Al Capone and try to relive the history on the rock. The Alcatraz penitentiary has held some of the most infamous criminals in American history.

Pier 39 & Fisherman’s Wharf

Pier 39 & Fisherman’s Wharf
Have a merry time looking for restaurants, shops, entertainment, and maritime views. This favorite San Francisco destination is a coastal row of unique shopping, many souvenir stores, tempting seafood restaurants, all types of vendors, Bay cruises, street entertainers, live music and a great fishing pier. Miss not to see the hundreds of lively sea lions on the marina's western docks. Experience a wonderful day of shopping and dining at Pier 39 - a festival marketplace of San Francisco Bay.

Coit Tower

Coit Tower
The imposing tower pierces the skyline from the top of Telegraph Hill and you will be able to obtain a bird's-eye view of the city. Take an elevator to observe the vibrant murals depicting several historic scenes or opt for the nearly 400 steep steps and enjoy the green parrots chirping along the way.

California Palace of the Legion of Honor

Legion Palace
The palace is of the neo-classical style and houses an impressive collection of art spanning 4,000 years. This includes works by Monet, Picasso, and Rodin, and the marvelous cast of The Thinker.

Lombard Street

Lombard Street
Stroll along this world’s most crooked streets that lie between Hyde and Leavenworth streets. There are eight hairpin bends to cover the hilly steepness but they are lined with flowered walkways. Paved with red bricks, the street is an enchanting sight.


China Town
The town features 24 most crowded blocks densely packed with tourist-friendly shops, markets and restaurants. Remember to visit the Golden Gate Cookie Factory where daily, two women make 20,000 fortune cookies by hand.

The Japanese Tea Garden

Japanese Tea Garden
Situated in the Golden Gate Park, the tea garden was designed and created for the 1894 California International Exposition as part of a larger display. Water features, bridges, and traditional plants create a tranquil environment. Spend time here and forget the world.

Union Square

Union Square
The Square is Downtown San Francisco’s well-known landmark park and shopping destination. Widely acclaimed as the shopping paradise of San Francisco, Union Square is home to the finest department stores, specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. Union Square boasts of a grand plaza that presents many events, art and fashion shows, and parties.

San Francisco Zoo

This zoo is Northern California's largest zoological park and conservation center, and this historic San Francisco Zoo features over a 1,000 exotic and endangered wildlife. It is a natural habitat for over 250 animal species, and offers many entertaining exhibits, activities and events.

Muir Woods and Sausalito Tour

Muir Woods Tours

Muir Woods National Park is a tremendous addition to your San Francisco Tour experience.

Muir Woods National Monument

Muir Woods is in Marin, CA

The stately coast redwoods at John Muir National Monument are awe-inspiring. They comprise one of the few old-growth stands of Sequoia Sempervirens left in California.