San Francisco offers more than 40 neighborhoods, each with a distinct history, atmosphere and personality. The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau has developed a new section on its Web site to help visitors discover and explore the city from end to end.
Shopping during the holidays easily top list as one of the most stressful things to do. In San Francisco, you have plenty of neighborhoods to do your shopping in. Union Square, the Marina and Haight-Ashbury have always been the classic places to shop, but a new city strip has risen above the rest lately, Fillmore Street.
San Francisco’s best angle is often through a single lens reflex camera or a digital viewfinder. Photogenic with startling contrasts of new and old, land and sea, the City has been a popular subject even from the early days when English-born photographer Eadweard Muybridge captured some of her famous curves and inclines.