31 Things Everyone Should Do In San Francisco, California, Before They Die
Your guide to the City by the Bay.
Take a walk across the Golden Gate Bridge, one of San Francisco's most recognizable landmarks.
Take a cruise across the San Francisco Bay to learn about the history of Alcatraz Island.
Order clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl, a quintessential San Francisco dish, from Boudin's flagship location at Fisherman's Wharf.
Drive down the crooked Lombard Street, one of the most iconic and well-known streets in the city.
Visit Pier 39 and watch the sea lions sunbathing on the docks.
Soak up views of the city from atop Coit Tower.
Visit the Painted Ladies — the iconic houses featured in the opening credits of Full House — in Alamo Square.
Stop by the Haight-Ashbury district — the birthplace of hippie culture in the 1960s.
Catch a ride on one of three iconic cable car lines that traverse the city.
Plan your trip the last weekend in June to celebrate San Francisco Pride.
Sip on a handcrafted cocktail at Bourbon & Branch, a classic Prohibition-style speakeasy.
Spend your day exploring the stacks at City Lights, the country's first all-paperback bookstore.
Spend the day exploring Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in North America.
Wear your silliest costume and participate in the Bay to Breakers race that happens every year on the third Sunday of May.
Shop till you drop at the various stores in Union Square.
Check out the Folsom Street Fair — the world's largest leather event — held every September in South of Market.
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