(This is a compilation San Francisco places written for the Clarice app)
San Francisco was the hippie town of the sixties! Long were the days where the Haight was overrun by young people believing in the “summer of love”.
Today San Francisco continues to attract many visitors, but it’s the architecture and the technology hub that drives them to stay.The city is home to the headquarters of many large companies such as Dropbox, Twitter and Pinterest.
Go on the historical cable cars and enjoy the sights of this Californian city, including the unique structure of the Golden Gate Bridge.
From businesses to people, San Francisco is an open door to the world!
Formerly known as California Hill, this neighborhood is part of the original “Seven Hills” in San Francisco.
Nob Hill is set on a steep grade, a walk you can avoid by taking the famous cable cars!
The area also boasts some of the best luxury hotels and gourmet restaurants in San Francisco.
Latinos and hipsters come together at Mission District.
This is the centre of San Francisco’s street art, with walls covered at the Balmy Avenue and 24th Street. Precita Mural’s walking tour is a must for anyone who wants to learn more about these colorful pieces!
Thrift shops, indie theaters and cheap joints keep this neighborhood busy every day of the week.
Haight-Ashbury is widely known for the hippies movement in the sixties!
Today the area is famous for having one of the most photographed scenarios in San Francisco, the Alamo Square – a set of Victorian houses worthy of any postcard.
You can still find traces of the “summer of love” in the Haight and Ashbury streets, with plenty of vintage clothing and record shops on display.
While you’re here make sure to stop by the Buena Vista Park and enjoy one of the best views of the city!
Featured in numerous Instagram posts, Sweet Maple’s brunch has won the heart of San Franciscans!
Once you step foot in this place, you will instantly smell fresh ground coffee and the famous Millionaires Bacon – a mix of salty, sweet and spicy ingredients.
If you’re looking for a breakfast with a kick, go ahead and try their mimosas!
Outerlands serves affordable and modern dishes to the Western beach community.
From dawn to dusk you can grab a bite to eat and enjoy a drink in this cozy retreat.
Baked goods, Bloody Mary’s and coffee are only a few of things you should tick off your list!