8 Tourist Attractions in San Francisco
1.Golden Gate Bridge-The Golden Gate Bridge is a California icon gracing San Francisco Bay. It is the most photographed site in the city, with the orange structure.
2.Alcatraz Island-The historic and notorious Alcatraz penitentiary, located on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay, is one of America's most infamous prisons.
3.Fisherman's Wharf-Fisherman's Wharf is one of San Francisco's most popular tourist areas. If this is your first visit to the city and you only have a day or two to see the sights.
4.Ride the Cable Cars-able Cars were introduced in 1873 to help locals contend with the many hills the city is built on. Today, the few remaining cable cars.
5.Golden Gate Park-Golden Gate Park, home to gardens and museums, is a fabulous green space in the heart of San Francisco, often considered the "lungs" of the city.
6.Chinatown-You may have been to Chinatown in other cities, but San Francisco's Chinatown is a whole other realm. It is both the largest Chinatown outside of Asia.
7.Legion of Honor-An impressive Neoclassical Beaux-Arts building in an amazing setting, the California Palace of the Legion of Honor is San Francisco's most exquisite museum.
8.Palace of Fine Arts-The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco is the last remaining structure from the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.