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Alcatraz

A mere 1.25 miles (2.01 km) off the coast of San Francisco, Alcatraz Island boasts a fascinating history that extends far beyond its stint as a federal penitentiary from 1934 to 1963; it is also the site of the West Coast's oldest operating lighthouse, the remains of a historic military fortress, and a bird sanctuary. Although within sight of the city, Alcatraz is isolated from the outside world, surrounded by the frigid waters of the bay, the perilous currents making escape virtually impossible. This very fact made Alcatraz an apt choice for a prison meant to house some of the country's most notorious criminals, including the likes of Al Capone, Robert Franklin Stroud and Alvin Karpis. The year 1969 marked the beginning of another intriguing chapter in the history of Alcatraz when a group of Native American activists occupied the island for 19 months, signs of which are still visible to this day. Amid this turbulent narrative thrives a vibrant habitat for native flora and fauna, creating a miniature world of startling contrasts where the haunting remains of the prison stand amid a striking landscape of rock pools, rugged coasts and lush flora. The isle is now a tourist attraction, one of San Francisco's most popular, with self-guided and guided tours that delve into the past of the island as a whole and the prison in particular.

Parque Golden Gate

A finales de 1800, un escocés llamado John McLaren transformó más de 400 hectáreas de dunas de arena en un maravilloso refugio en medio de la ajetreada vida de la ciudad. Este exuberante paisaje se extiende por 50 cuadras desde Stanyan Street hasta el Océano Pacífico, y ofrece siempre arreglos nuevos. Hay senderos para caminar, trotar, andar en bicicleta y montar a caballo, así como también un campo de golf, pistas de bolos sobre césped, un lago con botes a pedal, campos de fútbol y un diamante de béisbol. Para aquellos que buscan una diversión menos extenuante, pueden echar un vistazo a la California Academy of Sciences (Academia de Ciencias de California) y un auténtico jardín de té japonés. Para las familias con niños, hay parques infantiles, una reserva de búfalos y un carrusel. También puede encontrar el Shakespeare Garden yendo por un camino escondido del parque.

Puente Golden Gate

Named one of the Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Golden Gate Bridge spans the eponymous strait that links the San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean. Designed by Joseph Strauss, Irving Morrow, and Charles Ellis, the bridge opened in 1937 as the world's longest suspension bridge, its main span measuring at an impressive 4,200 feet (1,280 meters) in length. The bridge is not quite golden, but is instead a bright orange, its Art Deco towers looming through the dense fog that often mires the bay; a sight that has come to be emblematic of the city of San Francisco. The bridge ferries vehicular and pedestrian traffic between San Francisco and Marin City, the vista points on either side boasting awe-inspiring views of the Golden Gate, while the bridge itself promises unmatched views of the bay.

Ocean Beach

Located at the western end of Golden Gate Park is San Francisco's biggest beach. It extends from Fort Funston in the south, to the Cliff House in the north. Typically, the cold winds, fog and low San Francisco temperatures deter any regular beach activities (unless you're lucky enough to be there on a hot day) but visitors fly kites or just walk along and admire the views of Seal Rocks and Point Lobos. Adventure seekers love surfing here. There are also bonfire pits provided on the beach for the general public; to claim one, go early in the evening.

San Francisco Cable Cars

The San Francisco Cable Car is one of the most popular mode of transport for those visiting the city for the first time. The cable cars run across various routes throughout, offering passengers a spectacular option for touring the City by the Bay. One could also visit the cable car barn where you get to see how the machinery operates the cable cars. All in all, there is nothing like a ride on the cable cars to tour the city.

Dolores Park

Dolores Park es uno de los principales puntos de atracción turística de San Francisco y es un importante lugar de reunión para muchos ciudadanos. Aunque no es muy grande, atrae a multitudes de personas y la hermosa vista hace que valga la pena la visita. Cuenta con actividades recreativas como algunas pistas de tenis, canchas de baloncesto, dos campos de fútbol y un parque para niños, pero además a menudo se utiliza como un lugar para eventos especiales como pasar películas en el parque. El barrio es conocido por contar con algunos de los principales atractivos gastronómicos de San Francisco: Delfina, Pizzeria Delfina y Tartine Bakery. También es un gran lugar para relajarse con un poco de helado de Bi-Rite Creamery. Una salida un sábado en el parque muchas veces se convierten en eventos en sí mismos y siempre está lleno los fines de semana. Dada su ubicación, casi siempre está soleado, la famosa niebla no llega a este parque. Ya sea para sentarse en Dog Beach, Hipster Beach, Speedo Ridge o participar en alguna actividad en el patio de juegos o la cancha de tenis, seguro aquí se pasa un momento inolvidable.

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