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Golden Gate Bridge picture in San Francisco

Until 1964, the Golden Gate Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Now, it's the second-longest suspension bridge in the United States and the 11th-longest suspension bridge in the world. Nickolay Stanev Shutterstock

Fisherman's Wharf picture in San Francisco

This touristy neighborhood is packed with seafood restaurants and souvenir shops. Jerry Lee Hayes San Francisco Travel Association

Lounging at Pier 39 picture in San Francisco

While people come for the shopping, sea lions often head to Pier 39 at Fisherman's Wharf for a bit of sun. armigeress Flickr

Palace of Fine Arts picture in San Francisco

You'll find the Palace of Fine Arts on the eastern edge of the Presidio. photoquest7 iStockphoto.com

Lombard Street picture in San Francisco

Lombard Street, located in the Russian Hill neighborhood, is commonly referred to as San Francisco's "Crookedest Street." rickpawl Flickr

San Francisco Pride Parade picture in San Francisco

San Francisco is a major hub for American LGBT culture. IngridTaylar Flickr

Chinatown picture in San Francisco

San Francisco's Chinatown claims to be the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. Be sure to get a glimpse of the green stone and green tiled Dragon Gate at the neighborhood's entrance on Grant Avenue. trekandshoot Shutterstock

Ferry to Alcatraz picture in San Francisco

Ferries to America's most notorious ex-penitentiary depart from Fisherman's Wharf. kashyap ac Flickr

Japanese Tea Garden picture in San Francisco

The Japanese Tea Garden is tucked away in the sprawling Golden Gate Park. David Paul Ohmer Flickr

Muir Woods National Monument picture in San Francisco

Muir Woods is renowned for its collection of towering Redwoods. akaporn Flickr

Nighttime in SoMa picture in San Francisco

This neighborhood south of downtown San Francisco is known for having some of the city's hottest nightlife. ojbyrne Flickr

Ghirardelli Square picture in San Francisco

If you've got a sweet tooth, head over to Ghirardelli Square — named for the world-famous chocolate company — near Fisherman's Wharf. Prayitno Flickr

Musee Mecanique picture in San Francisco

The Musée Méchanique at Fisherman's Wharf displays dozens of antique coin-operated amusement machines and arcade games. Jeremyriad Flickr

Sunset over San Francisco picture in San Francisco

San Francisco's known as the City by the Bay and sunset usually offers some spectacular photo ops. BG Photo Billy Flickr

Point Reyes Lighthouse picture in San Francisco

You'll find this lighthouse north of San Francisco along the Point Reyes National Seashore. If you visit, be sure to wear a jacket — Point Reyes is the windiest place on the Pacific Coast, according to the National Park Service. Kevin Hutchinson Flickr

Palace of Fine Arts Reflection picture in San Francisco

The Palace of Fine Arts was renovated and restored to its grandiose glory in the 1950s. Visitors enjoy the calm, quiet atmosphere surrounding the landmark. Kevin Cole Flickr

San Francisco Street Art picture in San Francisco

You'll see plenty of murals in San Francisco, like this one near the corner of 26th and Harrison streets. edbierman Flickr

The Famous Painted Ladies picture in San Francisco

A row of brightly colored Victorian houses called the Painted Ladies sit near Alamo Park. You may recognize these houses — they've had cameos in a host of movies and television shows. utahwildflowers Flickr

Union Square picture in San Francisco

Union Square is full of upscale stores, trendy dining venues and a host of art installations. adrian8_8 Flickr

Heart Art in San Francisco picture in San Francisco

Union Square boasts many art installations and cafes. Ariane Middel Flickr

The Castro picture in San Francisco

Scott Chernis Courtesy San Francisco Travel Assocation

See the Sights on a Cable Car picture in San Francisco

Cable cars are a popular way to see San Francisco. Courtesy San Francisco Travel

San Francisco Fog picture in San Francisco

There may not be a city more synonmous with fog than San Francisco and though it can create difficult traveling conditions, it does make for a beautiful photo. Francesco Carucci Shutterstock

Lombard Street picture in San Francisco

The "Crookedest Street in the World" attracts thousands of visitors every year. mark.watmough Flickr

Go for a Ride picture in San Francisco

Hop on one of San Francisco's famous cable cars and let the wind whip your hair as you explore the city. Jack Hollingsworth Courtesy San Francisco Travel Assocation

Murals in the Mission District picture in San Francisco

Vibrantly colored murals — some 200 of them — line streets and alleys in the Mission District. Scott Chernis Courtesy San Francisco Travel Association

Clarion Alley Murals picture in San Francisco

Clarion Alley, in the heart of the Mission District, is known for its community activities and a mural project that began in 1982. Scott Chernis Courtesy San Francisco Travel Association

Ferry Building Marketplace picture in San Francisco

The Ferry Building Marketplace is filled with dozens of vendors selling everything from artisanal cheeses to freshly baked pastries. Scott Chernis Courtesy San Francisco Travel Association

AT&T Park picture in San Francisco

AT&T Park, home to the San Francisco Giants, is situated on the shores of the San Francisco Bay. Baseball fans say the ballpark fare here is quite delicious. Eric Broder Van Dyke Shutterstock

AT&T Park picture in San Francisco

Catching a game at AT&T Park is a nice way to spend a warm day enjoying baseball and views of the bay. Courtesy San Francisco Travel Association

San Francisco Skyline picture in San Francisco

You'll find plenty of things to do in the City by the Bay. From trendy neighborhoods and boutiques to famous landmarks, San Francisco is an enjoyable getaway. Courtesy San Francisco Travel Association

Golden Gate Park picture in San Francisco

Located on more than 1,000 acres of land, Golden Gate Park is full of trails, gardens and plenty of picnic areas. col Shutterstock

View from atop Twin Peaks picture in San Francisco

A visitor favorite, Twin Peaks offers stunning views of the City by the Bay. Radoslaw Lecyk Shutterstock

The Tactile Dome at the Exploratorium picture in San Francisco

Visitors to The Exploratorium can meander through the Tactile Dome, which prompts participants to use their other senses to find a way around — inside it's pitch black. Amy Snyder The Exploratorium

Exploratorium Exhibit picture in San Francisco

The Exploratorium features many interactive and hands-on exhibits, making it a popular stop for families. In this exhibit, a visitor captures an image of himself and droplets of water, learning it's the speed of the flash that matters in high-speed photography. Erik Thogersen The Exploratorium

Rolling through the Bay picture in San Francisco

This kinetic toothpick sculpture at The Exploratorium pays homage to San Francisco, featuring many of the city's top attractions. Gayle Laird The Exploratorium


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