It is the most photographed site in the world and is known for its tall orange towers. It is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate, the one-mile-wide strait connecting San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Alcatraz is a small rocky island in the middle of San Francisco Bay. It is most known as being a former federal prison that housed some of society's biggest offenders.
It is a public food market that features a variety of food stalls that act as small restaurants, snack stops and grocery stores. This is where the largest tri-weekly farmer’s market is hosted in the city.
San Francisco's Chinatown hosts one of the largest Asian communities outside of Asia, and is considered one the oldest in North America.
It is known for its shops, restaurants, and beautiful setting along the waterfront. The Wharf also houses plenty of family-friendly attractions and activities, like Madame Tussauds wax museum, San Francisco Dungeon and Aquarium of the Bay.
Golden Gate Park offers Trails, picturesque picnic spaces, playgrounds, sports courts, gardens, museums and more can be found within its evergreen borders.
It is Home to one of the world's last remaining coastal redwood forests, it allows travelers to hike, relax, or picnic among giant Northern California trees. The area has shrouded in a cover of Redwood Trees and is home to approx. 6 miles of trails.
Twin Peaks famous grassy pounds rise 922 feet from the ground, making them the second highest point in the city. From the top, you can view multiple landmarks of San Francisco like Bay Bridge and downtown skyscrapers.
Rising from its position on the peak of Telegraph Hill in Pioneer Park, Coit Tower serves as a vantage point to take in the northwest corner of San Francisco.
Castro is the center of the city's LGBTQ community and it is also considered by many to be the gay capital of the world.