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Barrios en San Francisco

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“One of the most popular destinations for tourists -- there are attractions such as museums, souvenir stores, historical buildings and piers, and scenic vistas over the Bay. Bring a jacket! ”
  • Recomendado por 258 habitantes del lugar
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“Moderate hike to the top of a hill overlooking the entire city of San Francisco”
  • Recomendado por 290 habitantes del lugar
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“San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinese community on the West Coast, and the second largest in the United States surpassed only by New York City's. It's one of the most exotic-feeling parts of San Francisco and at times, you may hear more Chinese spoken on Stockton Street than on the streets of Hong Kong. It's also an interesting mix of tourist attraction and ethnic enclave and small enough to see in just a couple of hours. Most people would agree it's a great place to visit. Chinatown is best to see mid-day when all the shops are open and the streets are busy. It gets quiet very soon after dark. ”
  • Recomendado por 190 habitantes del lugar
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“TIP: go to the west side, it’s where the locals prefer. Much nicer than the painted ladies if you look closely at the architecture and flora. ”
  • Recomendado por 247 habitantes del lugar
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“[Golden Gate Park] I include this as part of the Golden Gate Park tour as its next door to it. Still has a feel of the 1960s. This was part of where hippie culture began. Take time to stroll up and down the street. Check out the wild and weird shops.”
  • Recomendado por 190 habitantes del lugar
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“Generally our hipster district, the Mission is really a mish-mash of culture ranging from immigrants, long term residents, hipsters and yuppies are living side-by-side. It's known for it's wide range of food, ranging from high-end restaurants to authentic taquerias. Spend your time tasting coffee, exploring fancy cocktails, to enjoying all the colorful street art and murals in the area.”
  • Recomendado por 154 habitantes del lugar
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“[1 of Markus' TOP 10 Things to See and Do in the SF Bay Area] Walk around this historic gay district, and get a drink at the world-famous Twin Peaks bar, which was the first gay bar in the world to stand out and proud--with its bay windows for passersby to see the clientele.”
  • Recomendado por 141 habitantes del lugar
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“Japantown, also known as Nihonmachi, is a historic enclave in the Western Addition. There are large indoor/outdoor complexes house an assortment of sushi, ramen and shabu-shabu restaurants, plus specialty grocery stores, gift shops, karaoke bars and Asian-style day spas. There are event such as the annual Cherry Blossom Festival held on two weekends, sometimes on 2nd week of April. This celebration includes traditional music, dance, and other cultural activities.”
  • Recomendado por 116 habitantes del lugar
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“North Beach is San Francisco's Little Italy, with dozens of delicious Italian restaurants, cafes, live music on weekends and a nice park.”
  • Recomendado por 107 habitantes del lugar
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“More of an upscale, trending, neighborhood. Good for boutique shopping and unique eats.”
  • Recomendado por 104 habitantes del lugar
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“Bernal Heights is a residential neighborhood located in the southeastern area of San Francisco. It is 3 miles from downtown SF with easy access to both the 101 and 280 freeways. Muni bus #67 runs across Bernal offering direct access to the 24th and Mission BART (subway station). The neighborhood is hilly but extremely walk-able with many coffee shops , bars, restaurants, retail stores and a brewery on the neighborhood's main commercial street Cortland Avenue. The neighborhood circles towering Bernal Hill, a public park closed to automobiles with 360 degree vistas of all of San Francisco including downtown, the bay, and the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges. Up top near the transmission tower is a tree swing--a great photo op to catch yourself flying over the downtown vista. ”
  • Recomendado por 74 habitantes del lugar
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“Civic Center is distinguished by its many beaux arts-style government buildings and performing arts venues. City Hall, a sprawling 1915 landmark with a gold-leafed dome, anchors a complex that includes the elegant War Memorial Opera House, the Asian Art Museum and a large plaza. Entertainment seekers choose from plays at historic theaters, and concerts at sleek spots such as Davis Symphony Hall and the SFJazz Center.”
  • Recomendado por 46 habitantes del lugar
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“The marina area is beautiful as it is close to the beach area, the Marina, the bay , the Palace of Fine arts and it's flat with no hills. This makes it easy to walk around, strolls along the beach trails, the Marina filled with beautiful boats, into the presidio Park and shop on Chestnut street which is always buzzing with people. It has all you need form grocery store, supermarket, cleaners, boutiques, banks, various restaurants, bars, bookstore, pharmacy etc... Its also close to hospitals, urgent care. The muni bus system (especially #30) is great and inexpensive to go around the city.”
  • Recomendado por 44 habitantes del lugar
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“Noe Valley has become one of the more desirable neighborhoods in SF. It has great shops and restaurants. The main street area runs along 24th St, between Dolores and Castro streets ”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes del lugar
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“The Financial District is the city’s business center. Among the skyscrapers that dominate the skyline is the striking, spire-topped Transamerica Pyramid building. There is a wealth of happy-hour hot spots and elegant date-night destinations, including the classic Tadich Grill, the city’s oldest restaurant. The Jackson Square Historic District features remnants of the Barbary Coast, a 19th-century red-light district.”
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“SoMa, or South of Market, is a vast, warehouse-filled district. It encompasses Mission Bay and South Beach, where the Giants play baseball at waterfront AT&T Park. Surrounding Yerba Buena Gardens is an arts center, sleek convention complex Moscone Center and several museums, including the acclaimed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). The area is dotted with upscale dining options and high-energy nightclubs.”
  • Recomendado por 13 habitantes del lugar