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Lombard Street is best known for the one-way section on Russian Hill between Hyde and Leavenworth Streets, in which the roadway has eight sharp turns (or switchbacks) that have earned the street the distinction of being the crookedest [most winding] street in the world
The vantage from the top of Lombard Street is one of the most iconic in the city. Fight your way through the crowd of tourists and get a nice shot of one of the most interesting streets in the world.
Drive down Lombard Street
Please bear in mind that this isn't Disney's California Adventure; it's a neighborhood where people live. Obey the traffic laws and don't be a douchebag.
Enjoy a fantastic overlook in San Francisco, walk or drive down the crooked street, and be sure to take a photograph because once is enough.
You could walk here from Fisherman's Wharf. Be prepared to climb the hill though. Take the trolley instead if you don't feel like getting some exercise.
It's commonly—but mistakenly—said that Lombard Street between Hyde and Jones is San Francisco’s crookedest street. The most sinuous street in SF is Vermont Street just south of McKinley Park.
Seriously one of the most amazing streets you'll ever see and a must have photo-op. It gets super busy so allow some time to get through and be prepared to brace the crowds!
It is just a street.
make sure your shoes are tied.
The craziest street of San Francisco. Be sure to take a pic.
Don't forget your camera! There are sidewalks on both sides of the streets! Be prepared for the traffic and crowds if you're driving in a car.
On really tourist-heavy days, Lombard gets backed up for blocks. Come south on Hyde and turn right onto Lombard for a much easier approach.
If you get off of the cable car here you can walk town the sidewalk and then hang a left(North) and walk down to Fisherman's Wharf. It is all downhill.
It's a tough walk to the top, but the views are well worth it.
I'm one of those pedestrians taking photos
You kinda have to see it to appreciate it. Don't drive down it though, that's just dumb. Go the the bottom of it at Leavenworth instead.
Awesome. Worth the walk coming from pier 39
Worth the walk up for views on clear day. But it is a hike.
Don't park in the driveways at the bottom or you'll get ticketed and/or towed...
Take the Powell-Hyde cable car from Chinatown and get off at the top of the Lombard zigzag -- unless you like walking uphill. Continue your tour DOWNHILL along Lombard and up to the Coit Tower.
Fun to watch all the dooshes taking pics
Pro tip: The "crookedest" street in SF is actually in Potrero Hill.
"Lambard?" Isn't that off of the Imbarkadairo, near Colobus and Levelwort?
Crooked Road well known in the City and County of San Francisco, California!
Use your brakes.
So many movies....Herbie, Clint Eastwood chase scenes, The Bachelor, etc.
Short but unbelievably winding road...
push a kid in a stroller from the wharf. They\'ll be asleep and you\'ll work off the Ghiradelli.
Take a good photo please!!!
Don't scrape your rental
Board the cable car from Powell/Market Turnaround, make sure to get on the Powell/Hyde St Line, not the Powell/Mason Line. Only Powell/Hyde St Line will bring you to Lombard St.
This is a great place for jackwads to make fun of tourists because they have nothing else better to do with their lives but once you get passed that take a picture and don't get hit by oncoming cars.
Simply amazing! You can see this kind of street only in SF, so dont miss it! :-)
Located between Leavenworth St and Hyde St lies the 'Crookedest Street'. Make your way up the steps and upon reaching the top, you will be greeted by what I think is the best view of Alcatraz.
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Do the drive. You'll probably have to wait in line just to drive down a silly brick road, but there's a great view, and where else are you going to find a road this famous?
The crookedest street in San Francisco (the world?) Run down Lombard Street at night when tourists aren't around. If you go in the day, prepare to wait.
Winding its way through San Fran, Lombard St was built as a solution for cars that could not climb the 27% incline of the hill. Drive or stroll this famous road, but remember the speed limit is 5mph!
B sure to turn ur wheels sideways when u park on d slope else its a ticket
Walk your bike and watch out for cars, they are looking around not watching for you! From the pier area, take polk street for the flattest way up.
nice view and clean city
no horns allowed, i am trying to sleep here ~_^
a happy go lucky wonderland where Alice is near
Get good brakes!
До этой улочки можно доехать на кабельном трамвае от Powell&Hyde