Top Things To Do in San Francisco, California 2020 4k

Hey Must Do Travels Tribe! Today we are checking out San Francisco, a famous city in Northern California that is known for the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and stunning Victorian homes. Let’s go explore!

Golden Gate Bridge 0:30

Once called “the bridge that couldn’t be built,” The Golden Gate Bridge is one the seven wonders of the modern world. San Francisco’s most famous landmark opened in 1937 and is now one of the most photogenic backdrops there is.

Pier 39 1:24

Pier 39 is a busy boardwalk where you can find stores, restaurants, a video arcade, street performances, and so much more. Tourists also come from all over to take in the views of California sea lions that can be found out on docks on Pier 39’s marina.

Lombard Street 2:28

Lombard Street is one of America’s most crooked streets and is also one of the steepest. The street was created with sharp curves to that criss cross down the one-way hill. Drive or walk down and you’ll find some of the most beautiful Victorian mansions you’ve ever seen.

Fisherman’s Wharf 4:01

As one of the most visited neighborhoods in the city, Fisherman’s Wharf has earned its popularity due to its wide array of restaurants, right on the water, serving up fresh-from-the-ocean seafood. You can also find postcard views of the bay, Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.

Alcatraz 5:21

Alcatraz was a federal maximum security prison on Alcatraz Island 1.25 miles off the coast of San Francisco. Today, it is a must-do to take a tour and visit the prison that held some of the most notorious criminals such as Al Capone, George “Machine Gun” Kelley, and Robert “The Birdman” Stroud.


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