Dear San Franciscans, your local culture will see you now.
Bohemian area embracing the true colors of vintage San Francisco. Here you will find unique shops as well as some great restaurants and bars.
Here you will find a ton of cafes, boutique stores, and restaurants, all with amazing scenic views of the bay and Golden Gate Bridge. Crissy Field is a popular spot on the weekends for runners, cyclists, and dog lovers. A visit to the Palace of Fine Arts is not to be missed.
Also known as Little Italy, here you will find old- and new-school pizzerias. Afterwards walk to Coit Tower or relax in Washington Square Park. For a laugh visit Cobb's Comedy Club on Columbus Ave.
As San Francisco revamped this conveniently located industrial no-man’s land, trendy clubs and chic cafes quickly set up shop.
Buzzing with a unique and vibrant culture, the flamboyant bars, restaurants, glittering shops, and historical theaters comprise its endearingly unapologetic attitude. Although this neighborhood is considered San Francisco’s gay-friendly epicenter, all are invited to experience the Castro’s unabashed zest for life.
A hip and trendy neighborhood with dining, nightlife, and boutique shops within walking distance. You will also find the Nourse Theater and SFJazz Center here.
Well-known for the diverse restaurants and world-famous burritos, this district is also home to some popular Michelin-starred restaurants. Dolores Park offers a nice respite from the city.
A National Park and treasure with fabulous Bay views, it’s a great place for a picnic on the main post, a bike ride, or a hike through eucalyptus trees. The Presidio has a rich history from the Ohlone people who first inhabited it. A short hike to the west will find you at the breathtaking vistas of Land’s End.
Tank Hill is one of San Francisco's secret treasures and is a great place if you want some peace and quiet and a breathtaking view!
A literary meeting place since 1953, City Lights is a landmark general bookstore, internationally known for its expert selection of books and for its commitment to free intellectual inquiry.