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Lombard Street

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About this place
Lombard Street is best known for the one-way section on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, in which the roadway has eight sharp turns (or switchbacks) that have earned the street the distinction of being the crookedest [most winding] street in the world
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Chelsea
Chelsea
October 18, 2019
That famous curvy street of the city
Dee
Dee
October 03, 2019
The 'windiest street in the world". It really is probably not the wildest tree though are great views and I would go before the close it to the public. Ad if you personally drive down it, then take a left at the bottom and drive straight forward to experience a San Francisco step street ride :-)
Eugene
Eugene
September 19, 2019
You must check out the world crookedest street ( Lombard street) in San Francisco.
Helen
Helen
August 26, 2019
The most crooked st in the World! I recommend walking down it if you are able - the traffic can get a bit backed up if you go in a vehicle.
Silvia
Silvia
July 29, 2019
This famously crooked block of Lombard St is an iconic SF landmark and a great place to get a view of the city.

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Location
Lombard Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Russian Hill