Chinatown - San Francisco’s Chinatown is the largest outside of Asia. Some 30,000 Chinese, most of whom speak Cantonese, live in a tightly knit community and the narrow alleyways and fascinating stores are great for visitors to the city.
Downtown - Famed for its unbelievable steep hills and charming Cable Cars, Downtown San Francisco is filled with shops, hotels and vendors.
Fisherman’s Wharf – A popular tourists, Fisherman's Wharf is the gateway to several top attractions and has a mix of seafood restaurants, street vendors and souvenir stores.
Haight-Ashbury - "The Haight", as it is known, was the centre point for the flower power movement of the 60's. Its pretty Victorian houses and location close to Golden Gate Park has resulted in it becoming a sought after neighbourhood.
Golden Gate Bridge - This beautiful bridge crosses the 2mi/3km mouth of the bay and is considered to be the symbol of San Francisco.
Alcatraz Island - "The Rock" is famed to be the most notorious prison in the world. Some of the famous inmates included Al Capone, 'Machine Gun' Kelly and Robert Stroud, the 'Birdman of Alcatraz'.