A cultural melting pot in northern California that welcomes freaks and geeks alike. . A city tunin...
Sometimes a sight for airshows, it's an everyday spectacle for those commuting into San Fransisco.
Heaps of attractions, restaurants & the piers as basis for Bay cruises make Fisherman's Wharf a t...
The infamous jail island in the Bay. The Spanish called this rocky island “Isla de los alcatraces”...
The crookedest street in the world – famous serpentines in the heart of San Francisco. The crooked...
As seen on thousands of postcards and in the opening credits of the sitcom "Full House," pastel V...
The best city & Bay Area views you can get!. If you want to get an idea of the city's dimension an...
A tower with wall paintings honoring brave fire fighters. Coit Tower is located 137m above sea lev...
The first museum of modern art on the West Coast with focus on photography and expressionism . The...
Apple wonderland in the heart of the cityYou can not only test the newest Macs, iPods and admir...
Haight-Ashbury was one of the centers of the alternative 60ies culture - here the beatniks found ...
Tourist-y, but great people-watching. Union Square is a massive pedestrianized area bounded by ups...
The epicenter of Flower Power is divided into two areas: along the Lower Haight Street between Di...
The San Francisco cable car system is the world's last permanently operational manually-operated ...
A European-style cathedral on Nob Hill. Though it's not exactly Paris' Notre Dame, visitors to Gra...
The main artery between Oakland and San Francisco. Though she may not be as pretty or as well-know...
Cultural and Sports Center in beautiful gardens. There's no sign anywhere prohibiting to step on t...
The land between Aquatic Park and Golden Gate Bridge is not as crowded as Pier 39th Here are jogg...
The Presidio, a once Ohlonen from the tribe of Indians inhabited area with a breathtaking view to...