One of the best things about San Francisco is that the city has a lot of parks. From what I know, you can walk 10 minutes and you will be in a park; some smaller, some bigger and some somewhat hidden.
One park that I really like is Alta Plaza Park in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. The Pacific Heights neighborhood is a wealthy neighborhood, if not the wealthiest neighborhood, in San Francisco. The view from this neighborhood is likely the reason why homes sell for millions. Therefore, Alta Plaza Park is one of the parks that has awesome views. The best view, in my opinion, is facing the south side where you can see some of the Victorian houses, hills and buildings (see panoramic photo below). The north side has a bit of nice view of San Francisco Bay. Alta Plaza Park also has a nice playground with a view of the south side (best view as I mentioned).
Other things to do near Alta Plaza Park are:
a. The house used in the movie "Mrs. Doubtfire" located two blocks away at 2640 Steiner Street (corner of Broadway).
b. Fillmore Street (between Jackson & Sutter) is a street lined with nice stores, boutiques, restaurants, bars, dessert places and cafes.
This is a panoramic photo of the south side view:
This is a panoramic video of the south side view:
Other photos of the south side view:
Photos of the north side:
Photos of the east side:
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