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75 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
It’s one of the few flat routes in San Francisco, which makes it very accommodating to runners. There’s a nice wide path and lots of water fountains. Fisherman’s Wharf to AT&T Park clocks in at three miles one way. On Saturday mornings, I change my route so that I end at the Ferry Building farmers’ market.
Tips from locals
Take time to walk through the Ferry Building. You might leave there with your pockets a little empty but your belly will be full! Great place to get gifts to take home to your family and friends.
Sea captains and captains of commerce, the old haunts of the Barbary Coast and an island with worldly airs yield a bounty of fun. Lined with deep-water piers, The Embarcadero is literally where one embarks. And, oh, “the places you’ll go!” At the foot of Market Street, is the Ferry Building, a…
The Embarcadero runs along the waterfront of SF, from the Bay Bridge, past the Ferry Building, and down to Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf. A very popular place for strolling and enjoying the many attractions: Ferry Building, Farmer's Market, The Exploratorium, Wax Museum, Boudin Bakery Cafe,…
The Embarcadero is worth walking. The Ferry building is there, shops, etc. But if you are there in the evening, look over to the Bay Bridge (Highway 80) and you'll see a wonderful art display of moving lights, it was a temporary installation, but everyone loved it so much (and it was inexpensive…