Telegraph Hill, San Francisco
Categories: Observation Decks, Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
Telegraph Hill is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It is one of San Francisco's 44 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills".LocationThe San Francisco Chronicle defines the Chinatown, North Beach, and Telegraph Hill areas as bounded by Sacramento Street, Taylor Street, Bay Street, and the water.The neighborhood is bounded by Vallejo Street to the south, Sansome Street to the east, Francisco Street to the north and Powell Street and Columbus Avenue to the west, where the southwestern corner of Telegraph Hill overlaps with the North Beach neighborhood.Our San Francisco trip generator makes visiting Telegraph Hill and other San Francisco attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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En caso de intentar llegar a pie..te aconsejo que lo tomes con mucha calma...bastante agua y paciencia. El lugar es complicado por las calles con angulos imposibles... LA torre dispone de un pequeño a... read more »If you try to walk... I advise you to take it with a lot... calm enough water and patience. The place is complicated by the streets with impossible angles... THE Tower has a small elevator and you'll have a few minutes to see and photograph in all directions through windows. Recommendedshow original
This is a hefty hill, so be ready for a workout. It's iconic and historic for being the first place in San Francisco with a telegraph line.
That could even be nicer with less trees around. But there are nice spots on golden gate Bridge for sure. The way up is steep, no doubt. After you van take this little path down to the harbor passing ... read more »
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