SAN FRANCISCO'S TOP ATTRACTIONS
There is something magical about the Golden Gate Bridge. Our guide will show you how to get the most out of your visit to it and not miss out on some of San Francisco's most spectacular experiences.
As you would expect, San Francisco has some great museums. You are just a click away from a guide to the top ones.
As San Francisco's number one tourist destination, it is a bit (OK, more than a bit) of a tourist trap, but our guide will show you that it has more than just tee-shirt shops. Take a look and see if there is something for you.
This popular tourist attraction is a real ethnic neighborhood that serves the needs of its residents as well as the throngs of tourists that come to experience its unique flavor. It is centrally located in the heart of San Francisco.
More than just the inspiration for a dozen bad movies, this abandoned prison island is actually interesting to visit and has some of the best views of San Francisco. Our guide shows you what awaits you on The Rock.
Near the top of the list of the city's icons, cable cars are a San Francisco invention. Since the early 1870's they have been hauling people up and down the city's steep hills.
This, the largest park in San Francisco, has two major museums as well as numerous other attractions. It is hard to believe that this lush urban oasis grew out of a sandy wasteland.
This is the original mission built by the Spanish and Indians in the 18th century. The city built up around it and was then destroyed in the great earthquake of 1906, but the mission stood without serious damage.
San Francisco is a city famous for its beautiful views. Perched on top of Telegraph Hill, Coit Tower is not only an object of beauty itself as seen from around the city, but gives visitors a wonderful panorama of the city from its top.