Perched along San Francisco’s highest hilltops and among its most crooked streets (Lombard Street sure is squiggly!), Russian Hill is an intimate neighborhood more likely to host wine tours than bar crawls. This charming area channels a San Francisco from the past—sidewalks are replaced by hidden stairways and residents ride the city’s iconic cable cars. Cozy cafes and local-favorite watering holes round out this reserved neighborhood’s cordial repertoire.See 124 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Russian Hill: Iconic Landmarks At Every Turn
This neighborhood is peaceful and well maintained. I loved walking the hills and taking in the views at night and by day."
Visited in 2013
Russian Hill's Local Allure
The immediate environs gleam with landmarks, including an art-deco hi-rise and a postcard view of Alcatraz Island."
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