If Shopping is your thing and great seafood restaurants call your name, then the Wharf is where you want to be. You can still see vestiges of the old fishing crafts used by the Italian immigrants who brought the Wharf to life after the Gold Rush.
Home to the largest urban population of Chinese people outside China, Chinatown is so authentic, you'll forget you're in San Francisco. Wonderful shops and succulent dinning will open your eyes to the Chinese culture.
Golden Gate Bridge
This iconic structure has been in movies, television, books and postcards Now see it for yourself! Walk on it, drive on it, and take pictures of it.
You will find the finest shops in Union Square. Stores like Macy's, Tiffany's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Neiman Marcus. Side streets hide some great surprises, too.
Cable Car Rides
You cannot say you've been to San Francisco without a riding on a clanking cable car! Nobody thought they'd work back in 1873!
One visit to this foreboding island and you'll know why escape was so appealing! Notorious criminals did time here: Al Capone and George "Machine Gun" Kelly, to name a few.