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  • Saint Ignatius Church in San Francisco

    The first St. Ignatius Church was a simple, wooden structure and was dedicated in July 1855, only six years after the first Jesuit Fathers arrived in San Francisco from Italy. A three-story brick school building was built adjacent to it in 1862, into which the St. Ignatius Church worshipping community moved its services. The church […]

  • Transamerica Pyramid

    The Transamerica Pyramid is one of the most iconic landmarks in San Francisco. It is the tallest skyscraper in the city and a symbol of modern architecture, as well as a reminder of the city’s resilience and spirit. The Transamerica Pyramid was designed by architect William Pereira in 1969 and finished in 1972, towering 853 […]

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  • Visiting the Ferry Building of San Francisco

    Visiting the Ferry Building The Ferry Building Marketplace is located along the Embarcadero at the foot of Market Street. The Ferry Building Marketplace is accessible by MUNI, BART, and ferry. The historic trolley cars (F Line Market) stop directly in front of the Ferry Building. FERRY BUILDING WALKING TOURS San Francisco City Guides is currently offering regular walking tours […]

  • Discover The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge

      Crossing the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, on Interstate 80, crosses the San Francisco Bay and connects San Francisco and Alameda counties It is made up of two bridge segments: a skyway structure/single anchored suspension bridge between Oakland and Yerba Buena Island for vehicles with a protected bicycle and pedestrian […]

  • Visiting Twin Peaks in San Francisco

      Twin Peaks, A San Francisco Icon Twin Peaks is a must-see in San Francisco. This set of high peaks is located near the geographical center of the city, offering stunning 360-degree panoramic views of this beautiful city and the bay and ocean beyond. The easiest way to get to the base of the mountain […]