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Golden Gate Bridge
4.6/5
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As a globally renowned single-span suspension bridge, Golden Gate Bridge is the symbol and landmark of San Francisco. The Bridge spans the entire San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate strait of the Pacific Ocean, making it an important transportation hub linking San Francisco and cities to the north. Many US movies and TV shows have been filmed here. The north of the Bridge is an ideal site to take a panoramic picture of the structure; and its bright orange arch seems shrouded in mystery in foggy days; the Bridge's southern side is more suitable for a close-up snapshot of the water and the body of the Bridge. If the schedule allows, you can rent a bicycle and experience a more unique view while riding the length of the Bridge.
Lombard Street
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Lombard Street is so named for its multiple hairpin turns. The 40 degree inclination here poses a serious challenge to driving skills. The whole street is paved with bricks and lined on either side with foliage as well as multicolored flowers, offering diverse views all around the year. A peculiar crooked way can be photographed at the lower end of the street. The distant San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge and the Alcatraz Island can be viewed from high up in the Lombard Street, making it an ideal spot to take a snapshot of perfect harmony of streetscape and ocean view. Heading all the way north along the Lombard Street will take one to Fisherman's Wharf, a place to savor gourmet food and splurge on shopping.
Fisherman's Wharf
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A landmark of San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf is a strip extending from Ghirardelli Square all the way to Pier 35 and close to popular destinations such as Chinatown and the Lombard Street. This is home to a wealth of shops and restaurants and lively street shows can be seen everywhere. Famous sites such as Alcatraz Island, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Bay Bridge can also be sighted in the distance. The Fisherman's Wharf is close the the bay, so do not miss out on the fresh and delicious seafood. At Pier 39, sea lions can also be seen lying idly on rafts for a bit of sunbathing, making a most adorable scene.
Palace of Fine Arts
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661 Reviews
Art Museum
The San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts was originally built to display works of art for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915, but was mostly rebuilt in 1965. It is currently enjoyed by visitors for its beauty, as well as by locals for private and corporate events and weddings. The entrance to the Palace of Fine Arts is often lively; you can often see children running about and playing in the open space. The lake and surrounding trees are also home to wildlife, such as ducks, birds and raccoons. The Palace of Fine Arts is designed in the Parisian Beaux-Arts-style and the interior of the rotunda's dome is exquisitely decorated. On top of the dusky red stone pillars stand sculptures of nymphs, which are a favorite subject of many photographers. The theater to the rear at the Palace of Fine Arts is a venue that also regularly hosts many diverse stage performances.

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Aurora_Rice_Ball   
It seems that every coastal city has a place called "Fisherman's Wharf". I don't think there are three fisherman's wharfs I've been to, and the name Fisherman's Wharf is a household name in San Francisco. Almost all tourists come to San Francisco. Going to the place, because not only can you enjoy great seafood, but there are also many specialty shops to visit. This was once a fishing port. It was a place for Italian fishermen. Later, the amount of catch was reduced. After commercial packaging, it gradually developed into tourism. When you come to San Francisco, you will definitely regret if you dont come to Fishermans Wharf. This unique leisure and cultural location has many surprises waiting for you to dig. The Fisherman's Wharf is made up of dozens of digitally marked terminals, each with different characteristics, the most famous of which is Pier 39. There are a variety of rides, restaurants and shopping centres. Walking along the street, you will always meet the performances of street artists, these are the art of life. A group of sea lions gather on the floating planks of the dock. It is said that this is because after the 1989 San Francisco earthquake, many squid appeared in the waters around the pier, which also attracted the patrons. Every time the boat sails in and out, the sea lions will welcome you, and you will never be tired. It is a group of lazy and nosy guys. It is precisely because of these sea lions that Fisherman's Wharf is even more famous and has become a famous tourist attraction in San Francisco.
Posted: 21 Dec 2018
Joe Cai   
San Francisco's special gameplay, sitting in the shuttle bus between urban buildings brakes is my favorite name, in fact, is the cable car. If you haven't sat in a cable car, don't say you have been to San Francisco! He has been tirelessly driving in San Francisco for more than 100 years, witnessing the bustling and embarrassing city. It is best to get on the train from the departure station of Market Street, so that you have the opportunity to occupy the handle position on both sides of the car. Although the speed of the cable car is not fast, but in the city of San Francisco, the shuttle bus, you stand on one side of the carriage and tighten the railing, as if riding a roller coaster! Especially when you are cornering, if you don't pay attention, you will really get rid of it. Every time the cable car passes through a junction, you will hear the master ringing the bell on the car, and the Dangdang special has a sense of crossing. There are 3 lines in the , and I recommend taking the Powell&Hyde Line or Powell&Mason Line lines through Union Square, Cable Car Museum, Lombard Street, Fisherman's Wharf, etc. From the departure station of Market Street, you can buy a one-way ticket directly on the bus, but it must be cash, so prepare the change in advance. In the 15 years, 6 dollars, 16 years into 7 dollars, is also rising prices. Of course, if you are too loved and want to sit a few times, you can also buy a one-day ticket in advance. PS: During peak hours, the starting station can be queued for 1 hour. In the evening, there are fewer people, and you can experience the bright night of San Francisco!
Posted: 20 May 2019
Hechenwen   
Posted: 23 Mar 2019