Union Square is the central part of town for shopping, hotels and theatre. It houses large department stores as well as boutique shops. You can catch the end of the cable car lines only a few blocks away.
Chinatown is one of the largest Chinese Communities outside of Asia. It is a major tourist attraction, drawing even more visitors than the Golden Gate Bridge. Bordered by Powell Street and the Nob Hill District, and is home to annual Double Tenth Day Parade. Filled with Chinese restaurants and shops Chinatown is a must see location when visiting San Francisco.
Nob Hill is an affluent district home to much of the city's old money. The Fairmont Hotel, the Stanford Court, the Huntington Hotel and Grace Cathedral are all located within this district. At the top of the hill, you will have a view that shows you all of the San Francisco Bay Area.