Placeholder Image

字幕列表 影片播放

  • San Francisco is a spectacular, fun city on the central coast of California

  • about 350 miles from L.A..

  • It's bursting with a youthful energy that will guarantee

  • you have an amazing and unforgettable adventure.

  • On the northern end of the San Francisco peninsula,

  • the city invites you to explore hip neighborhoods, elegant buildings,

  • beautiful parks and gardens, and enjoy a liberal, relaxed atmosphere.

  • And there's no end of things to see.

  • Union Square, in the heart of downtown, is San Francisco's finest shopping region.

  • The neighborhood is famous for wide streets,

  • clanging cable cars and some amazing shopping.

  • And don't forget about the Square itself, which is a great place to sit back,

  • relax and do some serious people-watching.

  • Just a few minutes north, San Francisco's Chinatown is 8 blocks of bustling activity

  • with storefronts and alleyways selling all manner of strange and exotic goods.

  • One of the largest Chinese communities in the US, San Francisco's Chinatown

  • is filled with exotic sights and sounds and a little bit of eastern mystique.

  • Less than a mile to the east, the Embarcadero is a busy waterfront roadway

  • that runs right around the port area,

  • with some of San Francisco's most famous landmarks,

  • including Market Street, the Bay Bridge and the San Francisco Ferry Building.

  • Fisherman's Wharf is at the northern end of the Embarcadero

  • and has a great assortment of shops, bars and restaurants, and is right on the bay.

  • Here you can grab a relaxed meal and a cool drink

  • and be entertained by colorful street performers,

  • or just enjoy the views along the waterfront.

  • A short stroll away is Pier 39 which has some of the best views of San Francisco Bay,

  • and a resident sea lion community that has been basking in the sun at the Pier

  • for more than 20 years.

  • The island fortress of Alcatraz sits ominously in the bay

  • and is now a popular attraction, with tours departing from Fisherman's Wharf

  • several times a day.

  • Up until 1963, The Rock was home to America's hardest prisoners

  • but where there was once only concrete, steel and barbed wire,

  • there are now gardens and wildflowers.

  • If you listen carefully, the eerie passages and cramped cells still echo

  • with footsteps from the past.

  • Not far from downtown is the Haight-Ashbury district where Victorian-styled buildings

  • echo with memories of the hippy days of the 60s.

  • There are still many pockets of counterculture where the Summer of Love lives on,

  • and cafés, smoke shops and music stores still sell peace and love.

  • Halfway between Fisherman's Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge is the Palace of Fine Arts.

  • A survivor from the 1915 Panama-Pacific Expo, and built in the Beaux-Arts style,

  • it's covered in greenery and surrounded by a peaceful lagoon.

  • It's a perfect place for a quiet afternoon stroll.

  • At more than a thousand acres, Golden Gate Park stretches almost halfway across

  • the peninsula and contains the Conservatory of Flowers

  • and the tranquil Japanese Tea Garden.

  • The park is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors,

  • or just relax and recharge in some peaceful surroundings.

  • The Golden Gate Bridge sits majestically over the mouth of the bay,

  • and invites millions of visitors to the city each year.

  • Almost 2 miles long and 750 feet high,

  • the Golden Gate Bridge connects San Francisco to the nearby Marin Headlands.

  • The pedestrian walkway spanning the length of the bridge is a superb way

  • to see sweeping views across the bay and out over the Pacific Ocean.

  • Baker Beach is located just to the west of the Golden Gate Bridge

  • and has spectacular views across the mouth of the bay to the distant Marin Headlands.

  • It enjoys a reputation as San Francisco's best sandy beach,

  • but the views alone are worth the trip.

  • Just north of San Francisco in Marin County,

  • the ancient redwoods of Muir Woods National Monument tower up to 260 feet high

  • with some dating back almost 800 years.

  • Local rangers can provide guided tours along pathways that loop through the forest,

  • or visitors can enjoy the hush sounds of nature

  • and explore one of America's natural treasures at their own pace.

  • On the eastern side of Marin County is the charming bayside hamlet of Sausalito.

  • In its early days it was a small artist colony,

  • but now it's a relaxed bayside community filled with cafés and art galleries.

  • A short stroll down any street will bring you

  • to some of the most beautiful views across the bay.

  • And over there, in the distance,

  • beckoning like a siren's song is dazzling San Francisco -

  • tempting you back for another taste.

  • A temptation you'll find hard to resist

San Francisco is a spectacular, fun city on the central coast of California


影片操作 你可以在這邊進行「影片」的調整,以及「字幕」的顯示

B2 中高級

舊金山度假旅遊指南|Expedia (San Francisco Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia)

  • 2238 221
    Halu Hsieh 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日