Alamo Square is a unique part of the larger, extraordinary San Francisco picture. The fact that the neighborhood is relatively close to the Golden Gate Bridge is just one of the things Alamo Square is famous for. Although the community is regarded as a rather small one, with a total population that’s just a touch over 5,000, it offers some of the visuals that have been consistently associated with San Francisco for decades.
From Alamo Square Park, you’re going to have the ability to see virtually all of Downtown San Francisco. If you get tired of the view, don’t forget that Alamo Square Park has other things to offer like tennis courts and recreational facilities.
Alamo Square stands out a great deal for its Victorian houses. These homes are hard to come by, but if you happen to have the opportunity to view one of these houses, you definitely should.
Besides the Victorian houses and stunning shots of the Downtown San Francisco cityscape, Alamo Square offers a few dining and shopping areas that are at least worth a look. In keeping with the low-key appeal of Alamo Square, these restaurants opt for unique and charming, while the shops are intimate and locally-owned.
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