This is a classic. Depending on how much touristy stuff you can handle will determine your enjoyment of it. We went during Covid and it made the experience great. We got in line to drive down within 2...
A unique spot/section of road and made to be beautiful. we enjoyed walking up and down the stairs along both sides of the curvy street. There are some lovely views of the city from the top side of the...
Probably the most incredible views of the city from the top of Lombard st. We were able to take pictures on the top and bottom. Good thing is not a busy street so easy to take pics on front of it. A r...
Lombard Street, is known as one of the most curved streets in the United States and is a famous tourist attraction in San Francisco. There are a total of eight sharp bends that comes within a short period of time. In the spring, the hydrangea blooms and is full of phlegm. It is very beautiful to look at. The street stretches eastward, passing through the Russian mountains, behind the Telegraph Hill, at the end of the Embarcadero area of San Francisco. The most well-known section on Lombard Street is the section between the Hyde and Leavenworth on the Russian hills. This is because it is the most curved street in the United States. There are eight sharp bends on a short road. Only Hyde Street is allowed for a drive to Leavenworth Street for one-way traffic in the downhill direction, while the Powell-Hyde cable car passes through the starting point of this section (ie the highest point of the street).
Nine Quhua Street is the most curved street in the world. It was designed and built to make the busy traffic breathe in the 1920s, but now it is the most attractive street in San Francisco. Lombard Street is actually very long. There is a sharp turn between Hyde Street and Leavenworth Street. There are eight sharp turns. Because there is a 40 degree slope and it is curved like a zigzag, the car can only go down the single line. . The streets are full of flowers, spring croquet, summer roses and autumn chrysanthemums, and the flowers are dotted with flowers. You can also overlook the Bay Bridge and the Coit Tower. If you don't drive, you can follow the pedestrian walks along the flower street to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Flower Street is really a pretty flower, its not difficult to walk around on foot. I dont know how many tourists are there every day, so why are the residents on both sides so calm?
There are so many attractions in San Francisco and there are too many beautiful places to visit. If it is said that apart from the Golden Gate Bridge, the most prestigious one is Jiuquhua Street.
Flower Street is located in the heart of San Francisco. It is known for being the most curved street and beautiful environment in the world. It is said to be the richest place in the city center and is popular with tourists for various reasons. Many people specialize in driving to this show, to challenge the heartbeat of the 40-degree slope over eight corners.
The San Francisco peninsula is a city that is perfect for hanging out.
Walk in the north beach of Italy, you can meet the dream cafes in the corner, or walk into the bustling and bustling Chinatown, and feel the old style of the different ethnic groups of different cities. In smaller cities, people and time will be more calm. The size of
San Francisco is not too big or too small, but after all, you can choose a region and let yourself sink into it for dozens of hours. Nine Quhua Street is very close to our hotel. After breakfast in the morning, we can walk in 15 minutes. But it is really cumbersome to climb a steep slope. The roads in San Francisco are a big challenge for those who walk, especially for those who drive.
Jiuquhua Street is located on Lombard Street in San Francisco. It is the section between Hengde Street and Leavenworth Street. It is the most curved street in the United States. There are 8 turns in a short section of the road, which is a test of driving skills. It is often seen that the car is connected end to end, and it has become a famous attraction in San Francisco.
This road has a 40-degree slope, very steep, west high and low east, the car can only be single-line, from the west side of Hyde Street, from the east of Leavenworth Street. Because the flower street is high in the west and low in the east, it is only in the morning that you can see the sunny side. Basically, there will be very few tourists before 10 o'clock. After 10 o'clock, it is very difficult to take photos of people without heads.
Lombard Street is so named for its multiple hairpin turns. The 40 degree inclination here poses a serious challenge to driving skills. The whole street is paved with bricks and lined on either side with foliage as well as multicolored flowers, offering diverse views all around the year. A peculiar crooked way can be photographed at the lower end of the street. The distant San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge and the Alcatraz Island can be viewed from high up in the Lombard Street, making it an ideal spot to take a snapshot of perfect harmony of streetscape and ocean view. Heading all the way north along the Lombard Street will take one to Fisherman's Wharf, a place to savor gourmet food and splurge on shopping.