Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf is a historical location in San Francisco, California. Visitors to this area can explore history, as well as the present. There are numerous sights of culture, events, sounds, and food that are the epitome of San Francisco. There are many things to do such as eat fresh seafood at top name restaurants, walk along the waterfront, sail around the bay, and find tours that will take visitors along Fisherman's Wharf for history and fun adventures. The wharf has major shopping centers that many come from around the world to see. There are also plenty of hotels and inns along the Wharf to add to the restaurants, nightlife, tours, cruises, and guided adventures.

For example, Anchorage square is a place for biking, touring, shopping and dining at several interesting stores. Starbucks, Cold Stone Creamery, Hidden Plunder and much more is found here. Aquarium of the Bay is a nature center with more than 20,000 aquatic animals for visitors to learn about. They even have a 300 foot tunnel that leads visitors underwater to view these animals. Ghiradelli Square is also part of Fisherman's Wharf where there are hundreds of shops, restaurants, and the Ghiradelli Factory.

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