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Chinatown

Chinatown, a residential area which includes authentic Chinese art galleries, markets, and inexpensive restaurants, making Hong Kong’s presence felt. Chinatown became established in the mid 1800’s when there was a large boom in Chinese immigration to the United States.

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Crooked street

Lombard street, known as the crookedest street in the world attracts many tourists for its steep hills and sharp curves pass by grand Victorian mansions. Driving along the crooked street is worth adding to the itinerary.

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Fisherman’s wharf

Fisherman’s wharf is a neighborhood located on northern waterfront is popular tourist destination featuring Pier 39 shopping/restaurant mall. Most of the scenic tours of ferry rides takes off from here. You can also find zillions of sea lions near the Pier 39 mall.

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Cable car

The San Francisco cable car system is the world’s last manually operated cable car system offering trasportation up the steel hills of San Francisco. The cable cars move by gripping an underground cable that is in constant motion, powered by an engine located in a central powerhouse.

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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge, an iconic suspension bridge, connecting San Francisco Bay to Marin county is the most recognized symbol of United States. It is 1 mile wide and consists of 746-foot tall towers, sweeping main cables, signature International Orange color, and Art Deco style. Golden Gate bridge has 10 million annual visitors and it is… Read More Golden Gate Bridge