Fisherman's Wharf neighbourhood is an area full of restaurants, souvenir shops and different entertainments.
Since 1989, sea lions haul out on docks in Pier 39, becoming one of the most funny locations for families with kids.
Most photographed bridge in the world and iconic world landmark.
The world famous crooked street.
Otherwise know as "The Rock", it was home to infamous gangster Al Capone.
Monument to San Francisco Fire Fighters, funded by Lillie Hitchcock Coit.
San Francisco's premier shopping district, home to Macy's, Saks, Nordstrom and Apple Store.
Completes in 1915, it is said to be modeled after St. Basilica in Rome.
Home to the famous Sea Lions, visit them on K-Dock at the end of the pier.
Oldest Chinatown in America and largest Chinese community outside Asia.
Located in Alamo Square and sometimes refered as "Postcard Row".
Home to San Francisco's historic fishing fleet and popular tourist attractions.
Located at the foot of Market Street and home to a great Farmers Market.
One of only a few surviving structures from the 1915 Pan Pacific Exposition.
Waterfront home to the Ferry Building, Exploratorium, Cruise Terminal and more.
Bridge between San Francisco and Oakland and one of the USA's longest spans.
Home to San Francisco Giants Baseball Team.
The tallest building in the city, soon to be surpassed by Salesforce Tower.
The oldest public Japanese garden in the US, located in Golden Gate Park.
Best view of Downtown San Francisco.
Remains of historic saltwater pools located under the Cliff House.
Funny way of transport in San Francisco.