Public Transportation, comprised of three systems, makes getting around San Francisco incredibly easy. For a complete rundown of MUNI, BART, Caltrain and our historic Cable Cars, visit our getting around itinerary.
- Cable Car: Powel-Mason, Powell-Hyde, and California Cable Car Lines
- Bus: Muni 1
Non-Mass Transit Options
- Walk on California from downtown to Nob Hill
- Bike Lane 25 (a lengthy lane/route running north/south between Russian Hill and Sunnydale)
- Bike Route 10 (runs along Pacific Ave and Broadway)
Best Transportation Lines and Stops Per Attraction
- Cable Car Museum: Take Powell-Mason or Powell-Hyde Cable Cars to Mason and Washington Street.
- Huntington Park, Grace Cathedral, Masonic Auditorium and the Historic Fairmont Hotel: California Street Cable Car to California and Taylor Street; Powell-Mason or Powell-Hyde Cable Car to Powell and California
- Chinese American Historical Society Museum: Powell-Mason or Powell-Hyde Cable Car to Powell and Clay Street on Clay Street.
- Visit the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel at California St and Mason St
- It is only a two block walk from Nob Hill to California and Stockton St where you’ll find yourself in Chinatown
- Neighboring Russian Hill is easily accessible by the 47 bus and the Powell-Hyde Cable Car
- Visit Lombard Street, the crookedest street in San Francisco, by taking the Powell-Hyde Cable Car line
- Polk Gulch (Polk between Broadway and California) is home to a host of stores, boutiques, restaurants, music venues, and bars
San Francisco Icons
|Alcatraz||Bay Bridge||Cable Cars|
|Coit Tower||Ferry Building||Golden Gate Bridge|
|Haight-Ashbury||The Painted Ladies||Palace of Fine Arts|