Top 10 Photos of San Francisco… That Will Make You Want to Go There Right Away


Flights to San Francisco are often discounted and since it is a remarkable destination, we want to share with you the Top 10 Photos of the city, in order to tempt you a bit.

We often feature deals to the Bay City on our flight deals page and it is one of the most visited cities in North America! And if you are looking to book tickets to go there on your own (hopefully by supporting us and using our search tools), just keep in mind that sometimes it can be worth it to fly into the area’s two other airports, Oakland (OAK) and San Jose (SJC), with the main one being SFO.

I will actually be in San Francisco for one day next week, so follow my travels on this blog!

California is one of your favorite destinations, which is why we had already written a post about the Top 10 photos of San Diego, so today we’re moving up North a bit.

So here is the Top 10 photos of San Francisco. Tell us in the comments which ones are your favorites… and if you have been there already, become a guest blogger on Flytrippers to share your story and build your online following!

 




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We just have to start with the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. It’s so beautiful.

 

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The Painted Ladies are also SF icons, with the brightly colored houses being a popular spot to take in the view of downtown in the background as well.

 

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You’ve certainly heard about the mystic prison of Alcatraz Island, in the San Francisco Bay, a must-see in the area.

 

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Sure, Northern California isn’t as warm as LA or San Diego in the South, but there are still beautiful Pacific Coast beaches like this one, Ocean Beach.

 

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San Francisco’s Chinatown is the biggest in the US, by far. Actually it’s the largest Chinatown outside of Asia!

 


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The world-famous cable-cars are well-known and are particularly useful in this city with very steep hills.

 

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Speaking of steep hills, one of the foremost examples is Lombard Street, a unique curvy road smack in the middle of the city.

 

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Sea lions can be found at Pier 39, a very popular tourist attraction on the waterfront.

 

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The great thing about SF is that on top of the many natural attractions in the area, it is also a great place for those who love urban centers, as it is one of the largest cities in the US.

 

Bonus.

At Flytrippers, we love giving you more for your money, so here’s one last image. Did you know that San Francisco is surrounded by water on three sides? By the way, if you have a keen sense of observation, you might notice that the bridge in this picture is not the Golden Gate but rather its much longer cousin, the Bay Bridge.

Bottom Line

San Francisco truly is a must-see city and everyone should visit it at least once. It has something for everyone!

Have you ever been? Do you want to go? Tell us in the comments!

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Andrew D'Amours

Andrew is the co-founder of Flytrippers. He is passionate about traveling the world but also, as a former management consultant, about the travel industry itself. An aviation lover, he aims to try as many different airlines as possible on his way to visiting every country in the world (current count: 34/193 Countries, 45/50 US States & 8/10 Canadian Provinces).

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