10 FREE THINGS TO DO IN SAN FRANCISCO

1.Ina Coolbirth park

Offering incredible views of the city both during the day and night, this hidden gem can be found on Taylor street.

City view from Ina Coolbirth park. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

2. Oakland Bay Bridge

Often forgotten as Golden gate bridge draws the crowd however defiantly worth a look.

Oakland Bay Bridge. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

3. Rincorn Park

This waterfront park offers stunning views of Oakland bay bridge and has a sculpture of a giant bow and arrow, known as Cupids span.

Cupids Span. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

4. Golden Gate Bridge

Can be seen from multiple view points such as West bluff picnic area, the visitors centre and Golden Gate view point check them all out to see the bridge from different perspectives.

Golden Gate bridge. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

5. Walk along Golden Gate bridge

Walking along the Golden gate bridge offers a great experience and an opportunity to get away from the crowds.

Golden Gate bridge. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

6. Crissy field east beach

Walk along this sandy beach whilst soaking in the stunning views.

Golden Gate bridge from Crissy Field beach. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

7. Visit Lambar Street

A famously unique street surrounded by beautiful flower beds.

Lambar Street. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

8. Watch the sunset

On a clear day catch the Sunset, head to Municipal pier for the best view.

Sunset view from Municipal pier. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

9. Pier 39

This pier offers lovely scenic views of the waterfront and Alcatraz island.

Alcatraz Island. Photo taken by Rob Jackson

10. Fishermans wharf

Boasts an array of shops and restaurants this area brings in a crowd being one of the top tourist areas in San Francisco, if your lucky you might see the sea lions that often make an appearance along this waterfront.

Fishermans Wharf waterfront. Photo taken by Rob Jackson
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