Top 10 San Francisco Attractions

­#10 Chinatown­#9 Palace of fine arts­#8 Twin Peaks­#7 Coit Tower­#6 Cable Cars­#5 Painted Ladies & Alamo Square­#4 Lombard Street­#3 Fisherman's Wharf­#2 Alcatraz Island­#1 Golden Gate Bridge
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Visit the largest China Town outside of Asia and the oldest in North America. Find great souvenirs, delicious Chinese food, and a China Town experience unlike any other.
Built in 1915 to display artwork, the Palace of Fine Art still remains a popular attraction. Its beautiful architecture and location make it a quintessential San Francisco photo opportunity.
 
Reaching an elevation of 922 feet, Twin Peaks has become infamous for its panoramic views of San Francisco and the bay area.
This 210 foot tower situated in the Telegraph Hill neighborhood of San Francisco offers numerous murals, spectacular views, and has become one of the most famous landmarks in the city.
This San Francisco icon will not only give you an unforgettable experience, but can also get you to multiple areas around the city. When you are ready for a more exciting mode for transportation hop on a cable car and hold on!
Bring a picnic and hang out with the locals. Not only does this park offer yet another great view of the city, but also will give you a photo opportunity with that famous “Full House” house.
This famous street consists of 8 sharp turns. Come see what makes this street known as the crookedest street in the world.
It’s easy to spend a whole day at the wharf. Enjoy shopping along the pier, street performances, bay cruises, and don’t even think about leaving before you try the clam chowder.
Located in the middle of the San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz is the most famous prison in the US. Alcatraz became home to some of the most notorious bank robbers and murders in America. Be sure not to miss this eerie historical landmark of the city.
Stretching approximately 1.7 miles across, come see The Golden Gate Bridge, perhaps the most famous landmark in the entire city. While you are there, grab a bike or walk across the bridge to view the city from across the bay.
Stretching approximately 1.7 miles across, come see The Golden Gate Bridge, perhaps the most famous landmark in the entire city. While you are there, grab a bike or walk across the bridge to view the city from across the bay.