Union Square is not only a transportation center in San Francisco, but also a famous shopping area. The Powell-Mason Line and Powell-Hyde Line start from here, and there are many Metro buses passing by. Nearby, there are all kinds of department stores, high-end boutiques, art galleries and salons, so that you can do both sightseeing and shopping. Union Square is not very big but beautiful, with lush palms and yews, flowers in full bloom and green grass. There are often art exhibitions and sometimes flea markets, which are very lively. Tired of shopping, Macy's Cheesecake Factory on the 8th floor has countless delicacies waiting for you to taste. From the outdoor dining area of the restaurant, you can also overlook the whole Union Square.
San Francisco is also a world-class famous scenic tourist city, with the reputation of the United States "the most beautiful city". San Francisco is also a sister city of Shanghai. On January 28, 1980, San Francisco became a friendly city with Shanghai. The circular arch of City Hall Square resembles the Paris Royal Military Academy in appearance. It is said to be one of the five domes in the world, one of which is higher than the dome of the U.S. Capitol.
Chinatown passes through a street of Chinese restaurants, Union Square buys, buys, buys, buys, and buys. Many people in the city center take wedding photos. Twin Peaks overlook the panorama. Sunset and old friends eat crab house. When they meet their hometown, they know it!
Out of San Francisco Chinatown, the world's public archway, we arrived at Union Square, where the buildings are magnificent and famous shops gather. When you are tired of shopping, sit in the square as if you were in a city park. Time is limited. We only went to Macy's Department Store, which is a traditional American Department store. It's a very large building, divided into two buildings, men's and women's. On the first floor of the ladies'building are cosmetics and bags, on the second and third floors are clothing, on the fourth floor are household goods, and on the fifth floor are the famous Cheesecake Factory. Bobbi brown's make-up is a lot cheaper than the domestic price. More noteworthy is that there are Chinese people in the BA shop. I think there are too many Chinese people shopping, which is more conducive to sales. The mall closed at 7 p.m. on Sunday, earlier than usual.
Union Square is a very busy city in San Francisco. There are many large department stores here. It is a good place for shopping. It is recommended not to drive in the city because the parking fee is very expensive, and then live nearby. It is convenient to travel.
It's a commercial street. The mall opens at 10 o'clock. It feels normal.
Union Square is the transportation center of San Francisco. Both Powell-Mason and Powell-Hyde cable cars pass through the Square, and almost all bus routes pass through or near the street. The traffic is very convenient. The so-called Union Square refers to a small square with only one hectare between Post St., Stockton St., Geary St. and Powell St.
The first stop in San Francisco is Union Square. It arrives in downtown San Francisco at 8 o'clock in the morning. After crossing several intersections under the guidance of a tour guide, it arrives at the starting station of the trolley in Union Square. There are two cable cars, Powell-Mason and Powell-Hyde, which are completely manually pulled and rotated to reverse the car. It looks very strange. There were so many tourists in the queue that they waited at least half an hour before they finally sat down. This is a bus hub. Many bus routes are nearby. The traffic is very convenient. The square area is actually quite small. It is not the same as Tiananmen Square and People's Square. But here it exquisitely reveals low-key luxury, with European scenery.
Columbus Street is the starting point of the city sightseeing red and blue line. After a few stops, we passed Chinatown.