Fisherman’s Wharf of San Francisco (USA) – description, history, location. The exact address, phone number, website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos.
San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf is the city’s premier coastal tourist area with plenty to do with restaurants, cafes, shops, museums and cinemas. It has its own way of life, its own gastronomic traditions and its own freaks, which invariably bring a touch of creative madness to the atmosphere of the marina. And on the pier there is an entertainment area Pier 39 with its colony of sea lions and Pier 33, from where excursions to Alcatraz depart.
The symbol of the fishing pier is a red crab. During the years of the Gold Rush, it was in this area of ”Fran” that less successful gold diggers gathered to earn their living at least by catching crabs. Not surprisingly, traditional local dishes include seafood, with the original clam chowder clam chowder coming from all over America.
San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf attractions include the Marine Historical Park, the old chocolate and canning factory, the Wax Museum and the Mechanics Museum.
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