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- Downtown San Francisco
- Moscone Convention Center
- Pier 39
- Fishermans Wharf Cable Car Turnaround
- Lombard Street
- Golden Gate Bridge
- Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
- Mission District
- AT&T Park
- Golden Gate Park
- Aquarium of the Bay
- Alcatraz Island
- San Francisco City Hall
- Ocean Beach
- Fisherman's Wharf
- San Francisco State University
- Fillmore Auditorium
- Cow Palace
- Orpheum Theater
What you should know about Marina District
Hotels in Marina District
Many discount and mid-range hotels are found in this part of San Francisco, and practically every hotel in Marina District is located along Lombard St, which puts you right at the heart of the action with notable streets such as Union and Chestnut on either side. Ideal for those on a budget, there’s a large offering of discount accommodation in Marina District. The Cow Hollow Inn for example receives some of the best hotel reviews for Marina District and provides fantastic value for money. If you want a luxurious stay then consider the 5-star hotel Fairmont Heritage Place, just 2 blocks from the edge of Marina District.
Things to see in Marina District
Just walking around this delightful area on a sunny day is an enjoyable experience, with a plethora of trendy cafes, chic stores, and top restaurants. Practically every type of food is catered for, with too many standout locations to list. For mouthwatering seafood try Pacific Catch, or for a burger that goes beyond what you’d normally expect, check out Super Duper Burgers. A stay in the Marina District also puts you on the doorstep of the gorgeous (and gigantic) Presidio Park. It’s the perfect place for a scenic drive or stroll, and at its most northern point you can enjoy stunning vistas of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Another unforgettable sight in the Marina District is the Palace of Fine Arts. One of the most beautiful buildings in the city, this surviving relic from a 1915 World’s Fair is a sight to behold, and is even more spellbinding when seen illuminated at night.
Good for those on a budget
If you’re going to visit San Francisco on a budget, Marina District could be the perfect neighborhood for you. With a large range of discount accommodation there’s plenty of choice to find great rates, freeing up more cash to spend in the many great cafes, restaurants and shops that can be found in this trendy district. There are also plenty of things that won’t cost you a dime, like a walk through the gorgeous Marina Green overlooking the San Francisco Bay. With many family-friendly hotels in Marina District you’ll also find it’s good for those travelling with children.
How to get to Marina District
Marina District is easy to reach via a number of transport options. If travelling by car from cities in the north, such as Santa Rosa, you can take Route 101 directly to the neighborhood. If you’re arriving from other cities in the area to the east, such as Sacramento or Oakland, then it’s a simple matter of taking Interstate 80. The city also has good train services, including the Caltrain that goes direct to San Jose in the south. If you’re travelling from further afield then you can take a flight to San Francisco International Airport from destinations across the US.
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