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Solo Traveling In San Francisco

As soon as your airplane lands, you may feel a bit anxious because you are on a city you’ve never been before on your own. San Francisco’s airport is so big and has so many exits, but fortunately you’ll be able to find the right one and take a taxi or a SF airport shuttle from the airport to your hotel, and then be ready to explore one of the most beautiful cities of the world!

Here are some of the most important destinations in San Francisco:

San Francisco’s Chinatown is a gigantic area that resembles China’s essence so well. With its busy streets filled with live music, Chinese ornaments, restaurants, souvenir shops and very artistic paintings on some of the buildings, Chinatown is a wonderful place to visit and a must when going to San Francisco.

Nothing better than a walk around the marvelous views that offer Pier 39, where you get a chance to admire the sea lions lying on wooden rafts, taste a delicious Clam Chowder, go shopping or see the street performers do some crazy dancing.

If you love cycling you can take a bike tour around the Bay Area of San Francisco and ride across the Golden Gate to Sausalito, a favorite of every tourist. You’ll able to enjoy some gorgeous views from the bridge and the sea. But whether you like biking or not, you can always have a spectacular view of this iconic place.

A tour to one of the most important prisons that existed is something you should do when going to SF, the island of Alcatraz. Nowadays it operates as an historic place that receives millions of tourists each year. Walk around the cell blocks, where some of America’s most notorious criminals Al Capone and Robert Franklin Stroud fulfilled their penitence.

If you want to spend a very peaceful time then go to this neighborhood where you can rest for a while at its most famous park, Alamo Square Park. There you can also see some beautiful Victorian houses, “The Painted Ladies”, and walk through some local coffee shops, bars and restaurants in the evening.

In San Francisco you’ll walk a lot, in fact you may never have to use public transportation there, except for a cable car ride because, well, you can’t hop in a one cable car. This transportation system basically goes through the entire city and it’s one of the most iconic features of SF. But apart from that and the bike tour, you’ll walk long distances all the time, it can be from Chinatown to Pier 39, or from Union Square to Alamo Square.