5 Places to Explore in San Francisco

By March 31, 2016Blog, College Life

By: Vanessa Kim

Done with midterms and have nothing to do? Or looking for some places to go with your friends before finals week in few weeks?
Here are some of the places in SF that you can check out with your friends! Go have fun and get some new photos taken!

1. Treasure Island Flea Market

Address: 1 Avenue of the Palms, San Francisco, CA 94130

Treasure Island Flea Market is open last weekend of every month from 10pm to 4pm. If you are a fan of live performances by local musicians, entertainers, or just want to savor some delicious food from food trucks and cool and unique vendors go and check out this beautiful, vibrant, open-air flea market!  


2. Clarion Alley in the Mission District

Are you a fan of graffitis? Or are you a photographer looking for some cool places to take pictures? Clarion Alley showcases collections of colorful murals completed by a volunteer collective of six North Mission residents back in 1992.


3. Golden Gate Park

According to the website, Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in the U.S. Golden Gate Park consists of deYoung Museum and California Academy of Sciences and Conservatory of Flowers, where tourists can explore fine arts, flowers, gardens, and so much more. If you are looking for a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the nature, go check out the Golden Gate Park!


4. Dolores Park

On a sunny day, you might enjoy visiting the Dolores Park with your friends to have a mini picnic. You can enjoy the views of the San Francisco skyline while eating an ice cream and chilling on the grass with your friends.


5. Bernal Heights Park – take a hike up!

Bernal Hill is a perfect place for you if you want to enjoy a “breathtaking view of the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, downtown, San Bruno Mountain, and the hills of the East Bay.” I recommend this place for those who want to exercise while enjoying the beauty of wildlife.


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