Bordering Golden Gate Park to the south and the Presidio to the north, the Richmond District is an under-the-radar residential neighborhood surrounded by green space. Although it’s not the height of hipness, it’s important to note that the Richmond is not uncool. Instead, it’s a laid-back locale with simple and delicious dining options and friendly neighborhood bars. It takes time, but this west San Francisco neighborhood’s bus routes provide direct access to the city’s center.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Beach Town Attitude Nestled Between Two Parks
Located in a vibrant neighborhood walking distance to some of the city’s hidden natural gems and best restaurants. Within blocks you can run, hike, bike or surf, then refuel at a local eatery."
Clement Street: Chinatown in the Richmond District
Craft Beer in a Personal Atmosphere
Sea Cliff: Yet Another Ocean View
More To Do: Mountain Lake Park
Remember that 'Mark Twain' said the coldest winter he spent was a summer in San Francisco - the marine layer or commonly known fog rolls in during the summer months, so remember to bring some warm clothes and dress in layers."
The Sweet Spots
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Marcell is an interior and portait photographer based in San Francisco. After travelling the world for 10 years on different photo assignments on 6 continents, settled in the Richmond district of his favorite city. He captures the beauty and the soul of people and places in a unique way and his large format fine art panoramic work is collected all around the world by many. He feels privileged to be part of such community and through teaching and his vision thrives to be a great host.
Born and raised in LA, Aubrie Pick moved to San Francisco a decade ago to attend the Art Institute. She's called the Mission home since 2005, and loves nothing more than drinking morning coffee from Four Barrel while watching her dog romp in Dolores Park. Some of her other clients include California Home + Design Magazine, 7x7 Magazine, SPIN, Mix Magazine, and Eater.com.
Originally trained as an architect, Odessa has shifted her passion to photography of all sorts. She specializes in family, children and newborn photography but enjoys pursuing architectural photography as well. She calls San Francisco home with her husband and daughter.