Golden Gate Bridge

The world's highest and longest suspension bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge has come to be seen as a representation of the strength and advancement of the United States.

Fisherman's Wharf

The most well-liked tourist destinations in San Francisco. Renowned for having some of the greatest seafood restaurants in the area.

Cable Cars

Between Market Street and Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco's three steep street lines are served by the fabled Cable Cars.


The island, a well-liked tourist destination in San Francisco, was formerly a jail, a military stronghold, and a lighthouse.

Lombard Street

One-way block on Russian Hill, which has eight abrupt curves and is reputed to be the world's most crooked street.

Transamerica Pyramid

The highest tower in San Francisco was the Transamerica Pyramid. 260 metres in height, it continues to be the highest structure in the San Francisco skyline.

Alamo Square

The Painted Ladies row of Victorian homes are the most well-known feature in the residential area and park known as Alamo Square.


Chinatown in San Francisco, which dates back to the 1840s, is thought to be the oldest, largest, and most well-known Chinatown outside of Asia.

Palace of Fine Arts

The Palace of Fine Arts, the sole existing building from the 1915 World's Fair, has a classical Roman rotunda with curved colonnades and is located in a lovely garden.

Oracle Park

The baseball stadium Oracle Park is located in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball name it their home field.