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San Francisco Shopping Districts, San Francisco, CA 94102
Open today: 09:00 - 00:00
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What Makes It Special
A shopper's paradise, this bustling square near the theater district has everything from upscale department stores and boutiques to discount houses. After a $25-million facelift in 2002, the cosmopolitan hub boasts a huge amphitheater, granite...More
All reviews high end shopping ice rink neiman marcus great shopping nice square apple store heart of san francisco window shopping cable car few blocks market street lots of shops walk around hop on hop fisherman's wharf macys shoppers
As for as the sqaure as the space, it is just another square in any big city. If we look at the area and how significant the sqaure is, it is quite a wellknown are with up scale shopping stores. As for the sqaure as...More
Now once you finished with all the site seeing and hiking it is a time to part with your hard earned dollars, and believe me sky is a limit as in this little neighbourhood you will find every brand which means anything and cost a...More
The place is full of homeless, stoner's, mentally ill, criminals and any mix of the above. This is not an exaggeration, we witnessed all of these and more in and around union Square. There are some nice buildings and places to eat around it, but...More
Union Square is located near to the Theatre District and adjacent to Powell and the Trolley Car Route. During the daytime the area is extremely busy. There are Hop On, Hop Off Tour Bus stops located adjacent to the square. It is surrounded by shopping,...More
Union square is the center of tourist activity in San Francisco. It is historic but is now a paved park. The best part of it is that it is surrounded by exclusive designer stores. If you like shopping, which my wife does, you will love...More
Ate at McCormick & Kuleto's Seafood & Steaks, wonderful views of the San Francisco Bay and the trip would not be complete without a visit to Ghiradelli Chocolate! Beautiful at twilight, Ghiradelli sign lit up.
We boarded the wooden trailer from Pier 39 to Union Square. Beautiful way in a beautiful, classic San Francisco trailer. We arrived at Union Square, had a wonderful suny day, sat in the cafe on the square. Fun to look at the square, and the...More
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theatres in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.
If u are staying at Union Square you can visit Macys Store it right in the middle and you can get everything under one roof, take a Hop on and Hop off Bus right from union square, its worth taking that cause u can see... More
If u are staying at Union Square you can visit Macys Store it right in the middle and you can get everything under one roof, take a Hop on and Hop off Bus right from union square, its worth taking that cause u can see everything which my friends has listed in the above answers, the most amazing part of the hop on hop off is the Golden Gate Bridge u cant afford to miss that attractions San Francisco trip is incomplete without visiting that
Response from natashaangeline | Reviewed this property |
All of the American coffee shops are not coffee made “premiumly” as it may say in the window. Half of these places don’t even know how to use their machines properly. I come from a coffee industry background.