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I’ve both walked and driven down this lovely street, iconic to SF and seen in movies, commercials, and photos everywhere. My preference was to walk it if you are able and bring your camera to catch a photo-op not available from a vehicle.
Worth visiting as have seen Lombard St in films and on TV. The cable car stops at the top so is easy to get to. We expected it to be busy and even though we visited at midday we were able to walk up and...More
Boy, would I HATE to live on Lombard Street, especially the curvy part. There are tourists all over the place. That said, my family and I were some of those tourist. If you are in San Francisco, this is a must see and do. The...More
It’s worth seeing this place and getting a few photos. Plenty of people drive down the street. We walked up then got the cable car at the top. You can walk up the steps either side of the road. You know you are there when...More
Russian Hill has evolved into a chic residential neighborhood with outstanding views from every corner. Combined with several great cafes, restaurants, antique shops and boutiques, it’s easy to see why any visitor would gladly leave their heart in San Francisco. Cars line up day after day to drive down Lombard Street, the “crookedest” street in the world, and make the slow creep downhill past charming period
homes. Polk Street is the main drag in this neighborhood, where you will find trendy bars, cafes and shops populated with locals, but for one of the most charming rides in the city, grab a cable car heading up and down Hyde Street.
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Hi, yes the street cars run along Hyde Street and there is a stop at the top of Lombard Street. There is a path down the right hand side of Lombard Street you can walk on, there is no actually footpath that twists with the... More
Hi, yes the street cars run along Hyde Street and there is a stop at the top of Lombard Street. There is a path down the right hand side of Lombard Street you can walk on, there is no actually footpath that twists with the road itself. Best views are from the top.