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Things to do in San Francisco

Best attractions to visit in San Francisco

11. Financial District - San Francisco

Financial District

The Financial District, otherwise called FiDi, is an area situated at the southern tip of the precinct of Manhattan in New York City, which involves the workplaces and base camp of a significant number of the city's major money related foundations, including the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Secured on Wall Street in the Financial District, New York City has been called both the most fiscally effective city and the main money related focal point of the world

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12. Embarcadero - San Francisco

Embarcadero

The docks of Embarcadero are the San Francisco's waterfront with fashionable boutiques and coffee shops. Plazas, sidewalks and parks line the newly-designed 7-mile promenade giving it a unique flavor. One of the area’s highlights is the Ferry Building. In the 1930's, it was a busy transportation terminal, but has been transformed into a commercial luxury mall with shops and world-class restaurants

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13. Alamo Square - San Francisco

Alamo Square

Alamo Square is a private neighborhood and stop in San Francisco, California, in the Western Addition. Its limits are not all around characterized, but rather are for the most part thought to be Webster Street on the east, Golden Gate Avenue on the north, Divisadero Street on the west, and Fell Street on the south.
Alamo Square Park, the area's point of convergence and namesake, comprises of four city obstructs at the highest point of a slope sitting above quite a bit of downtown San Francisco, with various substantial and compositionally unmistakable houses along the border, including the "Painted Ladies", a notable postcard theme. The recreation center is circumscribed by Hayes Street toward the south, Steiner Street toward the east, Fulton Street toward the north, and Scott Street toward the west.

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14. Haight-Ashbury - San Francisco

Haight Ashbury

Haight-Ashbury is a region of San Francisco, California, named for the crossing point of Haight and Ashbury boulevards. It is likewise called The Haight and The Upper Haight. The area is known for its history of, and being the source of radical counterculture. The Red Victorian inn is a well known fascination. A free theater of a similar name worked about a piece far from the lodging from 1980 to 2011. The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair is hung on the second Sunday of June every year pulling in a huge number of individuals, amid which Haight Street is shut amongst Stanyan and Masonic to vehicular activity, with one sound stage at each end.

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15. Chinatown - San Francisco

Chinatown

One of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in North America is located in San Francisco. Chinese started arriving to the American Pacific Coast during the Gold Rush in the mid-eighteenth century. Sailors, traders, and gold seekers of all kinds settled in the booming city of San Francisco where they created this special district. Chinatown has an exquisite authentic lure where countless shops filled with Asian goods flourish and other Chinese 'eat-in-a-hurry' joints are spread almost everywhere.

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16. Fort Mason - San Francisco

Fort Mason

This genuine military outpost is now a cultural, recreational and educational center with historic piers facing the Pacific Ocean. This coastal fortification was built in 1860 in order to supply the army. Original warehouses and piers are now educational centers and restaurants.

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17. San Francisco Bay - San Francisco

San Francisco Bay

Site of the most famous bridge in the world, a trip to the San Francisco Bay is a fantastic experience. As you enter the city and the bay comes up and you go through the bridge, you will realize that you are entering a great place. San Francisco Bay is also a great spot for boating related activities, as it has the perfect temperament for it. You will be able to find yacht-related activities, and we would highly recommend them for the full San Francisco Bay experience. Also of note are the numerous parks and reserves around the bay. The Eden Landing Ecological Reserve is a great place to visit. We cannot stress how beautiful the coastal line is and would recommend the cycling tour. You can rent bicycles and just ride the coastline. For an alternate view, you can also get a boat and follow the coastline. The sights from the bay are the best part. You get the best view of the Golden Gate Bridge, and if you hire a boat, you can even circle around Alcatraz. If you are planning to visit San Francisco or any of the adjoining areas, your trip will not be complete unless you visit San Francisco Bay as well.

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18. Cliff house - San Francisco

Cliff house

Cliff House was built in 1909 and was burnt twice. The first time was in 1896 and was rebuilt by millionaire Adolph Sutro in the French Château style. In 1907, after having escaped a year before a shaky earthquake, Cliff House succumbed to a fire. National Park Service purchased it in 1977 and turned it into a major recreational area

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19. Boudin Bakery - San Francisco

Boudin Bakery

This family-run bakery has been an area tradition ever since 1849. It became famous with its renowned 'sourdough bread' baked fresh everyday with the same good old recipe. Nowadays, Boudin Bakery is a center for the senses where one can combine a love of natural food with real tasty treats on the restaurant’s menu.

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20. Octagon House - San Francisco

Octagon House

Only five houses with this specific architectural octagonal design remain in San Francisco. Built in 1861 by William Mc Elroy, it now hosts a great collection of decorative arts and American history. Octagon House has opened as the Museum of American Colonial and Federal Era, decorative Arts and History. The historical landmark gives a general view on America's colonial and early American History through documents such as the signatures of the Declaration of Independence.

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