SF Neighborhood

Fisherman's Wharf

One of the most important tourist destinations in San Francisco; from here you can take a ferry and go to the island of Alcatraz, Angel Island National Park, Sausalito, and cruse under the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge. Fisherman’s wharf also has some interesting places such as the wax museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum, the Maritime National Historical Park, Ghirardelli Square, and Pier 39 with several waterfront attractions including dining, shopping, live entertainment and sea lions.

The Mission

Home of the Latino community in San Francisco, the population of the neighborhood is changing, now we have a lot of hipsters moving in. The main attractions of The Mission are the different murals on building around the neighborhood and the Mission Dolores Church; it was founded June 29, 1776, is both the oldest original intact Mission in California and the oldest building in San Francisco. There are also many restaurants serving food from different parts of Latin America, you can easily find burritos and pupusas, or you can enjoy a meal at any of the restaurants popping up all over the neighborhood.

North Beach

It's best known as San Francisco's Little Italy. The neighborhood is home to some of the best restaurants, cafes, and delicatessens; you can also find many nightclubs, bars and strip clubs. Some interesting places to visit in North Beach are: Washington Square Park, Coit Tower, St. Francis of Assisi Church, this historic church was established in 1849, and the Sts. Peter and Paul Church, which was completed in 1924.


San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as the oldest Chinatown in North America. Home of the golden gate fortune cookie factory, this factory has been supplying fortune cookies to Chinatown and around the world since August 1962. Dragon's Gate is the main entrance to Chinatown at Grant Avenue and Bush Street, it was built in 1970. Grand Avenue is the main street, where you can find different shops, restaurants, temples and churches. Old St. Mary's Cathedral, on California Street, was built by Chinese laborers in 1854, the original was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake, and it was rebuilt in 1909.

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