North Beach

North Beach is one of San Francisco’s most historic neighborhoods. Often referred to as “Little Italy,” this area is known for its delicious Italian restaurants, cafes, and bakeries. Wander through Washington Square Park, admire Saints Peter and Paul Church, and make sure to venture down Jack Kerouac Alley, named for the Beat Generation writer. End your North Beach visit with a cappuccino and biscotti while people-watching from a sidewalk cafe.

Nob Hill

Nob Hill is one of San Francisco’s most affluent neighborhoods. Marvel at the grand historic hotels like the Fairmont and Mark Hopkins, and admire stunning views of the city and bay from the top of Nob Hill. This neighborhood is also home to Grace Cathedral and Huntington Park, a tranquil urban oasis. Nob Hill’s central location makes it easy to access other neighborhoods like Chinatown and North Beach.


Venture through the ornate Dragon’s Gate into Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in North America. Wander through the bustling marketplace on Stockton Street, browse Chinese apothecaries, and stop for dim sum or boba tea. Chinatown is also home to the oldest Buddhist temple in the United States. With its colorful lanterns, vibrant murals, and delicious smells wafting from hole-in-the-wall restaurants, Chinatown is an unforgettable San Francisco experience.

Fisherman’s Wharf

No visit to San Francisco is complete without a stop at Fisherman’s Wharf. This lively waterfront area is home to Pier 39, where you can watch dozens of noisy sea lions jostling for space on the docks. Browse the souvenir shops and enjoy stunning views across the bay of Alcatraz Island. The Wharf is also home to the famous F-line streetcars, so hop aboard for a ride up to Ghirardelli Square for ice cream.


Haight-Ashbury was the epicenter of 1960s counterculture and remains a vibrant, artsy neighborhood today. Browse the tie-dye shops and used record stores along Haight Street and admire the colorful Victorian homes, especially near the intersection of Haight and Ashbury Streets. Stop for a coffee or snack at a cafe and soak up Haight-Ashbury’s hippie vibe.

Mission District

The Mission District is one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Francisco. It’s now home to a vibrant Latin American community, with taquerias, panaderias, and murals around every corner. Don’t miss 24th Street, the epicenter of the Mission’s Mexican culture. End your day with drinks at one of the Mission’s cozy dive bars.

Hayes Valley

Trendy Hayes Valley is filled with specialty boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and public art installations. Stroll down Hayes Street and Octavia Boulevard to browse the shops, admire street art and sculpture, and people watch from a sidewalk patio. Hayes Valley is also home to the San Francisco Symphony, Opera, and Ballet.

Alamo Square

Alamo Square Park is home to perhaps the most photographed row of Victorian houses in San Francisco, the famous Painted Ladies. This charming park is one of the best spots in the city to take in a panoramic view of the skyline. Spread out a picnic blanket under a tree and admire the Postcard Row Victorian homes across the way.

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