5 Parks in San Francisco to take a break
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- MISSION DOLORES PARK
Mission Dolores Park is one of the most popular parks in San Francisco. You can do many things in this same place; take your kids to the playground, do sport thanks to 6 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts and an open field. Climb the hill to enjoy a beautiful view of the city. During weekends, bring your own food and spend the afternoon there with family and friends.
Address: 19th & Dolores St, Castro, San Francisco, California, USA
Phone: (415) 831-2700
- ALAMO SQUARE
Alamo Square is a park and also a typical residential neighbourhood of San Francisco. This place is constituted of four city blocks at the top of a hill overlooking much of downtown San Francisco. Here, you can see the “painted ladies”, symbol of the city. This is a well known postcard motif!
Address: Steiner St, btw Fulton & Hayes St, San Francisco, California, USA
- PALACE OF FINE ARTS
Located in the Marina District of San Francisco, this structure was constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, and survived after the exposition. Today, it is a popular attraction for tourism and also locals. It is a favourite location for weddings and wedding party photographs.
Address: 3301 Lyon St, btw Bay & Jefferson St, San Francisco, California, USA
Phone: (415) 563-6504
- MARINA GREEN
The Marina Green is a 74-acre expanse of grass between Fort Mason and the Presidio. In this park offers a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island and Alcatraz Island!
Address: Marina Green, at Marina Green Dr, San Francisco, California, USA
- LAFAYETTE PARK
Located on a hill, the park offers views of several different areas, including the city’s Marina district, Alcatraz Island, the San Francisco Bay, Buena Vista Park and Twin Peaks. Enjoy a well equipped picnic area with everything you need for your lunch time.
Address: Gough St & Washington St, San Francisco, California, USA
Phone: (415) 601-7277