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Las mejores actividades en San Francisco

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Parque
“50 blocks long and natural surroundings with museums like the Academy of Science, DeYoung, and gardens : Japanese Tea Garden, Arboretum, Conservatory of Flowers, Rose Garden besides tons of others, with Ocean Beach at the end of Park. A active, scenic place popular with locals and tourists alike. 2 blocks to the right across street, Local muni bus #43 will take you to 9th and Judah bus stop, walk downhill straight into Golden Gate Park or catch #44 bus at same bus stop with a transfer to stop in front of Academy of Science.”
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Parque
“Dolores Park has something for everyone... well at least everyone who isn't scared off by San Francisco's unique brand of weird. Great kids playground, gorgeous views of the city, and usually a guy selling weed-truffles. Grab some lunch at Bi-Rite and have a picnic. Be prepared for it to be crowded on a sunny day.”
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Museo de arte
“A well-known local favorite, the de Young Museum has many ongoing and travel exhibits to see. When visiting GG park, be sure to check it out along with the Academy of Sciences.”
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Museo de arte
“After a recent brazillion dollar renovation, this place is gor-geous! Go early as it can get crowded! ”
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Barrio
“In the heart of downtown with tons of shops , museums,and restaurants, the local 14 Mission bus will take you straight there. ”
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Farmers Market
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“Market inside Ferry Building with a diverse selection of famous SF eateries: Hog Island Oyster Co, Acme Bread, Cowgirl Creamery, Blue Bottle, Miette and more.”
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Pastelería
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“Amazing pastries, excellent quiche, coffee, sandwiches, breakfast/lunch. Line usually out the door, but moves quickly. ”
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Science Museum
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“The world’s only aquarium-planetarium-rainforest-living museum. Come nose-to-beak with penguins and parrots, watch sharks and sting rays cruise beneath your feet, and feel the spray of the California coast”
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Sendero
“Beautiful (and easy) hiking trail overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Pick a sunny day for the views although I also love the misty fog or as we call him, Karl the Fog! He even has his own instagram @KarlTheFog ”
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Barrio
“Fisherman's Wharf (8.2 miles) is an attraction on every visitor's itinerary. Home to a number of delicious restaurants, Irish coffees, just-out-of-the-oven sourdough bread and the cutest San Francisco residents--the sea lions. ”
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Baseball Stadium
“Now known as Oracle Park and home to the San Francisco Giants. If you cannot make a game, check out the stadium tour and grab lunch and a brew at the Public House after. Right on the Muni Metro Line.”
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Barrio
“Sweeping views of the city and bay. Catch an Uber or bus to the top, or throw on some sneakers and set out for a challenging (but rewarding) hike up. ”
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Science Museum
“At the Exploratorium, it's a learning laboratory in which visitors explore the world through science, art and human perception, kids and grown-ups can experiment, experience and engage their way to transformative learning experiences.”
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Barrio
“Most major cities have a Chinatown, but San Francisco has four and the one on Grant Avenue is the biggest Chinatown outside of Asia as well as being the oldest in North America. The town is so big that is encompasses two hospitals, various parks and draws more visitors each year than the Golden Gate Bridge. If you are looking for authentic Chinese cuisine in San Francisco there is no point looking anywhere outside of the four Chinatowns to find real traditional Chinese food. If you are in the city during the Autumn Moon Festival you can visit this Chinese festival for free.”
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Barrio
“If you love old Victorians, this neighborhood has some of the best "Painted Ladies" ”
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Parque
“The Presidio, a 1,500-acre park on a former military post, is a major outdoor recreation hub. It has forested areas, miles of trails, a golf course and scenic overlooks. Other highlights include grassy Crissy Field with Golden Gate Bridge views, Civil War–era Fort Point and sandy Baker Beach. Historic buildings house the Walt Disney Family Museum, eateries, homes and businesses like Lucasfilm, with its Yoda Fountain.”
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