San Francisco’s Embarcadero is a dynamic and tourist-friendly area, with a scattering of perks and attractions, that is great to explore on foot (weather permitting). From here you can take a cable car all the way inland along Market Street to Castro Street MUNI Metro. At the northern end of Embarcadero you can visit popular attractions including USS Pampanito, a World War II submarine. Nearby is the Wax Museum at Fisherman’s Wharf, and next to Pier 39 you’ll find the Aquarium of the Bay.
Embarcadero is a popular place for those who wish to climb Telegraph Hill to visit Coit Tower. A view from here is one of the most spectacular sights in the city. You’ll be able to see over to Treasure Island and north towards Angel Island State Park. The Embarcadero is also the point from which you can take cruises to view Alcatraz, San Francisco’s famous prison. Being a tourist favorite, the area has many shops and restaurants to lure punters into spending their holiday money. You can also browse for quality products at Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. If you stay in a hotel in Embarcadero you’ll have plenty of activities to keep you busy.
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