#Selfie SanFran

San Francisco

What’s the fun in traveling if you don’t take amazing #Selfies to make everyone jealous? We’ve developed a San Francisco must see list with the selfie taker in mind. Each location is guaranteed to give you a unique peek into San Francisco while also providing the perfect location to use your forward-facing camera. Get ready to point, click and share! (Selfie stick not included)

Hawk Hill

Conzelman Road in the Marin Headlands

It’s ok to admit it. We know you want that quintessential selfie with the #GoldenGateBridge. We’ll do you one better (consider it a twofer). Make the trek to Hawk Hill and you’ll see BOTH the famed suspension bridge AND the entire city of San Francisco framed in the background. Nothing screams, “I’m in San Francisco!” quite like it.

Embarcadero Center Walkway

275 Battery St.

Usually you explore the sights of a city by keeping your eyes focused up and around, but the Embarcadero Center Walkway is unique in the fact that it will keep you looking at your feet. The main attraction is the many and varied ceramic tiles laid in bold geometric patterns. As a bonus, you will also be flanked by waterfalls, fountains, foliage and art work throughout. It’s ok if you #BringAFriend to help you with this photo op. The best shot will be taken from a distance and from above.

Palace of Fine Arts

3301 Lyon St.

The Palace of Fine Arts is an absolutely stunning destination. When you arrive, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported to the Roman ruins! Each dome harbors distinct columns and towering architectural eye candy. No palace would be complete without white swans swimming in a lush and languid lagoon, right? Be sure to get in close enough to snap a #Candid with them.

Clarion Alley Mural Project

90 Clarion Alley

The Clarion Alley Mural Project is a great way to explore the city’s architecture while wandering through, what can be best described as, an outdoor museum. Booming with the best #StreetArt in San Francisco, you can breeze through corridors and passageways to find unique paintings tucked within this vibrant city. You may also be lucky enough to stumble upon an artist at work. Set the timer on your camera so you can take a picture leaning against your favorite wall.

Lyon Street Steps

2450 Lyon St.

Put on your most comfortable shoes and venture up the Lyon Street Steps. At the bottom is an impressive view of the heart of San Francisco. Brave the climb and you will be rewarded with a stunning view from the top of the Marina and the Marin Headlands. Every step along the way offers an opportunity to take in views of glorious San Fran. #StepUpYourSelfieGame

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