SAN FRANCISCO ATTRACTIONS
Access the top things to see from the heart of the city.
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From the Golden Gate Bridge to Pier 39.
A stay at Hotel Abri places you within easy proximity of some of the top attractions in San Francisco. Tour, sightsee, explore and revel in the city by the bay from a comfortable home base in Union Square.
Market St Cable Car Station
Powell Blvd & Market St.
Experience San Francisco’s stunning vistas, historic sights, diverse neighborhoods and popular attractions from its world-famous vintage cable cars. Forming a “steel triangle” of rails that bring riders to such destinations as Fisherman’s Wharf, Union Square, the Castro district, Chinatown, Nob Hill, Jackson Square, North Beach, Telegraph Hill, and Coit Tower, catch a car from Market Street cable car station and explore the city.
San Francisco Ferry Building
1 Ferry Building
A historical landmark located on The Embarcadero, The San Francisco Ferry Building is a terminal for ferries that offer a scenic 30 minute boat tour of the San Francisco Bay, with views of Alcatraz Island, Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. A food artisan marketplace as well, visitors will find an array of unique and local gourmet shops/tasting rooms and artisanal bakeries, including Hog Island Oyster Company, Heath Ceramics, Four Points Brewing and Blue Bottle Coffee.
Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco, CA
The most iconic landmark in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Golden Gate Bridge spans 1.7 miles with its classic arched cables and orange towers, reaching nearly 750ft tall. Visitors can cross the bring via car, bike or walking.
San Francisco Bay
Once a fort, a military prison, and a maximum security federal penitentiary, this small island, and one of San Francisco's most famous landmarks, is home to stories of American incarceration, justice, and common humanity. Located in the beautiful San Francisco Bay, exploring Alcatraz's complex history and natural beauty is a short ferry ride away from San Francisco.
The Presidio east to The Embarcadero
Known as the “Crookedest Street in the World,” , Lombard Street is an east–west street, located on Russian Hill, that is famous for a steep, one-block section with eight hairpin turns.