Here's a collection of San Francisco maps that I've created, covering some popular San Francisco locations. I've marked various San Francisco attractions and points of interest, plus transportation and parking tips.
Below, the maps show ways of getting to Fisherman's Wharf by public transportation.
The F-Line street cars run all the way down Market Street, then turn left on Embarcadero Street, and travel all the way to Fisherman's Wharf.
Two cable car lines, the Powell-Mason and Powell-Hyde, leave from Powell and Market and end within a couple of blocks of Fisherman's Wharf.
Taking BART? Get off at the Embarcadero Station, then get the F-Line right there and ride it to the Wharf.
The Alcatraz Ferry leaves from Pier 33 (the Bay Street stop, near Pier 35).
For more info, see Fisherman's Wharf.
See the Guide to the Piers...items of interest located at the San Francisco piers.
See maps, photos and information about the best parking lots and garages in the Embarcadero area.
Read about the attractions at Pier 39.
See photos and information and about the San Francisco beaches.
See photos and information and about Fort Funston.
For everything you've ever wanted to know about the park, see my Golden Gate Park guide.
See my page on Gardens of Golden Gate Park for more info and photos.
For things to see and do there, eating, shopping and entertainment, see Japantown.
See Golden Gate Bridge views for information on the best places to take pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge: how to find them, how to get there, and where to park.
For information on each of the parking lots near the bridge, see Golden Gate Bridge parking.
For the series of maps showing the bike route from Fisherman's Wharf to the bridge, see SF bike maps. Below is the bike route from the northern end of the bridge to Sausalito.
For tips on riding a bike across the Golden Gate Bridge and down into Sausalito, see biking the bridge.
Take a boat around the bay and under the Golden Gate Bridge, or maybe to Sausalito. Read about the best bay cruises to take, and where to catch the boats.
One of the best SF Bay cruises is the Hornblower dinner/dance cruise. See photos and more info on it.
See info on a night out at the San Francisco Opera.
The very beginnings of San Francisco, before the Gold Rush in 1849. Portsmouth Square is now the center of Chinatown.
This is an early map of SF, before the bridges were built. The western lands were still sand dunes, but the downtown street grid is visible.