San Francisco is one of the world's most visited cities, thanks to its Victorian architecture, hilly terrain and delicious cuisines. From exploring the heritage architecture of the Golden Gate Bridge to tasting delicious seafood in the Fisherman's Wharf, the city certainly offers a lot to do and explore. Take a tour of the famous Alcatraz Prison which was one of the world's most guarded prisons famous for its notorious criminals.
Golden Gate Bridge
The huge red bridge engulfed by fluffy white fog with the glittering clear blue waters below, makes for a sight that gets engraved in our hearts for eternity.
Originally founded as a military fortification facility, a military prison, and a lighthouse, the island is now a major attraction for history buffs and regular tourists alike. Located on the San Francisco Bay, it features sea-bird colonies and rock-pools.
This place is the oldest in North America and the largest Chinese community outside Asia. China Town has been highly important and significant in the history and values of ethnic Chinese immigrants. Numerous parks, two hospitals, a post office, squares, social clubs, worship places and other infrastructure is located in the town.
Aquarium of the Bay
Located at Embarcadero and Beach Street, it is a public aquarium which houses many aquatic animal species from the San Francisco Bay. One if its best features is the stunningly beautiful underwater tunnel which provides an up close and personal view of its many residents.