Union Square is San Francisco’s most prominent shopping destination and most visited neighborhood. With one of the largest collection of retail stores, art galleries, hotels and performance areas in the United States, Union Square is a great place to immerse oneself in all the things that make San Francisco truly special.
South Of Market
As one of San Francisco’s largest neighborhoods, South of Market (sometimes referred to as SoMa) stretches from the Embarcadero to Eleventh Street and Market and Townsend. Filled with an eclectic mix of warehouses, galleries, chic hotels, nightlife venues and trendy shops, it's a great neighborhood to spend some time in.
Perched atop one of San Francisco’s highest hills, Nob Hill offers a bird’s eye view of the sprawling city and majestic beauty of San Francisco Bay. Along with the stunning views, this prosperous neighborhood also features luxury hotels, fine dining establishments, and lush green parks.
Rich in history and home to a number of corporate headquarters, government offices, law firms and banks, the sky high buildings in the Financial District can be seen for miles. This neighborhood also features a mix of restaurants, a couple of shopping malls, parks and open plazas.
One of most iconic tourist attractions in the United States, Fisherman’s Wharf is a historic gem that has much to offer visitors. With a wide variety of activities such as ferries to Alcatraz and first-hand views of sea lions, it is easy to see why this waterfront neighborhood is popular with tourists and locals.
Yerba Buena Cultural District
One of the most dynamic neighborhoods in all of San Francisco, the Yerba Buena Cultural District offers visitors a glimpse into the diversity of this incredible city. With fine dining, world-class hotels, cultural institutions, trendy retail offerings and the stunning Yerba Buena Gardens, this district showcases the best of San Francisco.
Golden Gate National Park
Golden Gate National Park is a surprising retreat just moments outside the hustle and bustle of San Francisco city. This sprawling urban park follows the California coastline for almost 60 miles. Showcasing San Francisco's natural beauty, the park is a place to see wildlife and enjoy recreational activities and fresh air.