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The bridge never gets old, even for longtime residents. It is spectacular, and is best experienced by bike. It’s two miles long and takes 20 minutes to cross. For a great ride, rent a Mission Bicycle, take the Wiggle to Golden Gate Park, and then cross the Presidio to the bridge and ride into Sausalito. From Sausalito, catch the ferry back to SF. The western walkway is open to cyclists only, so you get across more quickly. Tourists tend to mob the eastern, pedestrian side. At night, the bridge is closed to pedestrians but not to cyclists. You push a button and an unseen guard buzzes you in.
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World famous Golden Gate Bridge one of the most important suspension bridge built in its time continues to hold its position for reasons you should explore and find out... also jaw dropping views anyone?
My favorite view of the bridge is from Marin Headlands. And best time to go is right before sunset.
Main SF must see bridge. You can walk on it or just stop by for some IG photos
A must see for tourists. Great views and you can walk, bike or drive across the bridge to the vista point at the other side.
Once called "the bridge that couldn't be built," today it is one the seven wonders of the modern world. This magnificent span, perhaps San Francisco's most famous landmark, opened in 1937 after a four-year struggle against relentless winds, fog, rock and treacherous tides.
Rent a $5 bike from us, take them on the ferry and ride across the bridge. Take the Sausalito ferry back to the city, ride to the Ferry Building and on back to Alameda.
The magnificent golden gate! Just jump on the #28 bus on Park Presidio and you'll be at the bridge in 15 minutes
One of the popular destination everyone. 3 landing spots to visit. I would recommend taking I80 first, visit all 3 landing spots on Golden Gate bridge to appreciate all the distinct breathtaking views and return via route 580. You will be able to visit Downtown Sausalito before returning.
San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge serves as the iconic symbol of the "City by the Bay." It is one of the most visited attractions and visitors love photographing it, walking across it, and learning about Golden Gate Bridge history. It's one of the world's most beautiful spans. The real "Golden…
Must see. Drive there and park. It’s a big wonderful bridge with sidewalks to walk ON the bridge.
Amazing view from the San Francisco side, even better if you go up to Battery Spencer. Best time to avoid the fog is to cross between 1-2 PM. You can hike here through the Land's End trail or from Pier 39 / Marina Greens.
[One of Markus' TOP 10 Things to See and Do around the SF Bay Area] The best selfies are taken from Battery Spencer on a hill to the north and west of the bridge. You can use your smartphone's map apps to get there.
Every single person who came to San Francisco should walking across, nice sightseeing .
Golden Gate-broen af Airbnb-oplevelser
Lær dette ikoniske vartegn at kende gennem Airbnb-oplevelser, som er små gruppeaktiviteter ledet af lokale
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“What to say? One of the great parks of the United States. Just head down the hill to Kezar Stadium (at the very bottom of Willard Street) and you'll see the GGP right beyond it (walk around Kezar to the west to enter the park). You can also enter on Stanyan and Haight (and at many other points). Enjoy the Academy of Sciences, de Young Museum, Japanese Tea Garden, Stow Lake, the Conservatory of Flowers (great night time light shows in the summer and winter) and many, many other features of the park.”
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“The most famous street in downtown San Francisco. Great place for photos and to walk up + down. If you have a car, definitely drive down for a fun experience!”
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“Alcatraz was the site of the first lighthouse in the Western United States but became a federal penitentiary from 1934-1963, housing famous convicts such as Al Capone and George "Machine Gun" Kelly. Now, this once infamous prison island is part of the Bay Area’s 80,000-acre Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Located one-and-a-half miles from Fisherman's Wharf, Alcatraz is one of the city's most popular attractions. A visit to the island includes a tour of the cell house where visitors can see where the prisoners lived. Although the last inmates were transferred off the island in 1963, the main prison block with its steel bars, claustrophobic (9 x 5-foot) cells, mess hall, library and "dark holes," where recalcitrant languished in inky blackness, is still structurally intact.”
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“One of the most popular destinations for tourists -- there are attractions such as museums, souvenir stores, historical buildings and piers, and scenic vistas over the Bay. Bring a jacket! ”
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“Constantly bustling -- people use the square mostly as a space to relax and soak up a bit of sun, and to wallow in the atmosphere created by the surrounding cable cars, hotels and shoppers. Great for people watching! There is free wi-fi provided by the city. Look under the leaves of the greenery in the planters, and you'll find a few power outlets for your laptop.”
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