The Embarcadero

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The Embarcadero (from King St to Fisherman's Wharf), San Francisco, CA 94111, United States
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    Robin B.
    spectacular view of the Bay Bridge during sunrise.(2 Tips)
    Bob R.
    After jogging, stop at Cross Roads Cafe & relax in the Sun or Shade!(2 Tips)
    Lindsay K.
    Walking/running from the bay bridge to the golden gate?(2 Tips)
    Lindsay K.
    Whatever your route, end at the ferry building for a snack.(5 Tips)
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  • Robin B.

    It's worth walking down the Embarcadero all the way from the Ferry building to Fisherman's Wharf, but if you wanna speed up your SF visit, you can as well take the vintage streetcar for $2.25.

    Robin Bertels · February 8
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  • Robin B.

    Make sure to come early and enjoy the spectacular view of the Bay Bridge during sunrise.

    Robin Bertels · February 8
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  • Juliano D.

    Great place for running and perform a new sport called "jogging without bumping into tourists".

    Juliano Dellamea · October 15, 2014
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  • Turan Y.

    Great place to walk and relax!

    Turan Yurdakul · September 21, 2014
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  • Alvarito R.

    Music, girls, sea, food.

    Alvarito Rincon · August 30, 2014
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  • Jeremy K.

    The Embarcadero is a beautiful place to walk/run/bike on a sunny day and is nearly 3 miles long. It connects Fisherman's Wharf to the Ferry Building. There are numerous shops and restaurants on it.

    Jeremy Krantz · August 21, 2014
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  • Carlos O.

    Flaming lotus sculpture now showing.

    Carlos Ochoa · August 2, 2014
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  • Lindsay K.

    Walking/running from the bay bridge to the golden gate? There are public restrooms along the way. From east to west: ferry bldg, plant cafe, pier39, aquatic park, Safeway, chrissy field, GG bridge.

    Lindsay Krell · September 24, 2013
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  • Pacific Union

    Start at the Ferry Building farmers market, grab a burger at Gott’s Roadside, and eat by the water. Then stop by the Exploratorium’s new location for some wow and wonder. Read more

    Pacific Union · September 4, 2013
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  • Lindsay K.

    Run along the Embarcadero. Whatever your route, end at the ferry building for a snack. Then continue on to Fisherman's Wharf, Fort Mason, Marina Park, Chrissy Field and then run over the Golden Gate.

    Lindsay Krell · July 22, 2013
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  • Filmsquare

    James Bond follows Stacy Sutton down the Embarcadero Freeway after he spots her in City Hall and recognises her from Max Zorin's horse auction in A View to a Kill (1985) Read more

    Filmsquare · June 7, 2013
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  • andrew c.

    Awesome place to run for speed. Easily the flattest route in SF, though the crowds can make it difficult.

    andrew chapello · February 18, 2013
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  • Sony

    Nothing beats a sunny day in SF but for those cooler ones, helpful to wear layers if jogging. It helps maintain your core body temp and promote blood flow during your chillier SF runs. Read more

    Sony · October 17, 2012
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  • Becky 🌷 H.

    My friend Dorian takes care of the clock So enjoy it

    Becky 🌷 Hogue🐶 · June 10, 2012
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  • Bob R.

    After jogging, stop at Cross Roads Cafe & relax in the Sun or Shade!

    Bob Risse · October 30, 2011
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  • Jonathan R.

    Always good for a bay-side stroll when you're around the Ferry Building.

    Jonathan Ragan-Kelley · October 17, 2011
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  • Julie M.

    The food and the shops..

    Julie M · October 11, 2011
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  • Kui A.

    Nothing beats the Embarcadero on a warm, sunny SF day...rollerblade, run, walk the dogs...complete waterfront bliss

    Kui Anderson · August 25, 2011
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