TRAVEL GUIDE: Crookedest Street In The World – San Francisco

LOMBARD STREET located in San Francisco is known as the “Crookedest Street in the World.” At the highest point, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz, Coit Tower & Bay Bridge. You can also see the cable car go by. The steep hills and sharp curves of this one-way road attract millions of tourists each year, around 2 million. It is very crowded. Lots of cars in line to have their turn to drive down this famous street. If you keep going, you’ll end up in Coit Tower (another cute thing to see).

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Current admission to drive down this 27-degree slant & 8 sharp curves is FREE! But, not for long. San Francisco could soon charge tourists to drive on the ‘Crookedest Street in the World’. San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors have proposed requiring visitors to make a reservation online and pay $5 for each vehicle. Another plan calls for online reservations and a $10 charge on weekends and holidays.So go visit while it’s FREE.

Address: Lombard St, San Francisco, CA 94133 or use this Google map for directions to the top:

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