San Francisco Streets, Avenues & Boulevards
Market Street is located in downtown San Francisco and is a major route for public transportation. A significant number of shops and department stores are located here making it a large destination for both tourists and locals alike.
Grant Avenue is one of two major roads through San Francisco's Chinatown. Shops, restaurants and markets can be found up and down this avenue.
Kearney Street separates the Financial District from Union Square and Chinatown in San Francisco. Lotta's Fountain, the Bank of America Center and the Hall of Justice are some of the landmarks located along this road.
Chestnut Street features a variety of eclectic shops, coffee houses, restaurants and many services.
This famous street runs along the eastern seaboard of San Francisco and contains the San Francisco Ferry Terminal. This stretch of road is lined with palm trees and also is home to numerous trendy restaurants and shops.
This charming street located in San Francisco has a Victorian feel to it and features many art galleries, restaurants, fine jewelry stores and trendy boutiques.
Haight Street was once hippie central in the 1960s and still has the vibe from that long-gone era. This street features a mix of unique shops with an eastern influence, high-end vintage shops, exclusive boutiques, smoke shops and restaurants.
Lombard Street, hailed as the crookedest street in the world, is one of San Francisco's most famous landmarks. The street is a 27% incline and cars can travel downhill only.