TOP 10 Things to do in SAN FRANCISCO



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Here are our top 10 Things to see in San Francisco.

CHAPTERS:

0:00 Intro

⭐ 0:19 1. FISHERMAN’S WHARF
It includes several interesting locations such as Pier 39, sea lions, bay cruises, carousel, aquarium, etc. Visit the Cable car turnaround, Historic Pier 45, Ghirardelli square, etc.

⭐ 1:10 2. PALACE OF FINE ARTS THEATRE
It was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. You can also visit The Wave Organ, a wave-activated acoustic sculpture, located nearby.

⭐ 1:54 3. GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
It was built in 1937 and was the tallest and longest suspension bridge at the time of its construction.

⭐ 2:30 4. SUTRO BATHS
It was once the largest indoor swimming pool in the world. Built at the end of the 19th century, it featured six saltwater and one freshwater pool. You will find Camera Obscura nearby.

⭐ 3:09 5. GOLDEN GATE PARK
It features Conservatory of Flowers, Japanese Tea Garden, beautiful Stow Lake with Golden Gate Pavilion, Alvord Lake Bridge, Dutch Windmill, etc.

⭐ 3:51 6. BEAUTIFUL STREETS
Don’t miss the following locations: PAINTED LADIES near Alamo Square – a row of Victorian homes with Edwardian elements, 16TH AVENUE TILED STEPS – a neighborhood project where the community got together and raised funds to transform 163 steps into a work of art, LOMBARD STREET claimed to be “the crookedest street in the world”.
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⭐ 4:39 7. ALCATRAZ
It got its name from the Spanish word usually defined as meaning “pelican” or “strange bird.”. It’s famous for its abandoned prison, Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary that housed many famous criminals, such as Al Capone.
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⭐ 5:28 8. FERRY BUILDING
Terminal for ferries features a food, retail, and restaurant hall, focusing on local and sustainable products and offers an amazing view towards the Oakland Bay Bridge.

⭐ 6:02 9. FINANCIAL DISTRICT
It’s the Manhattan-like district, a concentration of tall buildings and corporate headquarters of numerous world-famous companies. Don’t miss The Transamerica Pyramid which was the tallest building in San Francisco until the construction of Salesforce Tower.

⭐ 6:34 10. CHINATOWN
It’s the biggest Chinatown outside Asia and the oldest one in North America. It was established in the mid 19th century and has played a major role among the Chinese immigrants in North America.

Of course, there are numerous other things to see in San Francisco. 🙂 Share it in the comments below.
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23 comments

  1. A really interesting video about one of the best towns in the world! When we were there 2018 we liked the Twin Peaks Vista Point very much. There you have a stunning view of the city – when it's not foggy. Another great experience was the view of the Golden Gate bridge while passing by our cruise ship. Greatings from Germany, Reinhold

  2. San Francisco is one of the best cities to visit on the west coast. Absolutely love the weather. It’s also really amazing to witness Karl the Fog rolling in over the city.

  3. In schools around san francisco theres the gold rush lesson… then you get out of school and read about gold/silver rushes in places like alaska, new zealand, colorado, nevada. Same for technology.

  4. The Palace of Fine Arts is not the same one that was there in 1915. The decorative structures are a reproduction that was built decades later. Most of the original statues were lost to time.

  5. Stayed here for 2 weeks in the late 90's and never left the city once! We stayed in Chinatown and discovered the city by foot and also the wonderful bus service. In the evenings we went to the bars and were like locals by the time we left!

  6. SUTRO BATHS IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!! I go there all the time and he didn’t mention the 3 mile long hiking trail that has amazing views and leads to amazing other beaches

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