Union Square in San Francisco, Powell Street

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You are at Market Street. Powell Street is in font. This is a most popular Cable Car Stop turntable. To watch how the Cable Car turns around click in the left side of the picture. Use [Esc] keyboard key to come back! This way you can see more in this on-line version of the San Francisco Tour.

Click on the Cable Car when it is small and jump on it. ( You can not board when the car is on the turntable). Or click in the area where cursor is "Forward" arrow... More instructions below..

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To turn right, left, or go forward click on the picture.
[Esc] - come back,  [z] or [Ctrl] - where can I click?,  [s] - toggle auto

   

.. Moving forward along Powell Street you reach Union Square, the south-west corner. Gold Dust lounge is on the way. Do not forget about [Esc]. Step forward. Now ..

You are in the center of the square in front of Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany & Co. Click on the right. You turn right. You can move forward to Maiden Lane, but let us finish the panorama first. Click on the right side of the photo where cursor turns to "Right" arrow. It is Neiman Marcus on the corner. Turn right. It is Macy's giant department store. Turn right. Now you are in front of Westin St. Francis Hotel. You have made the whole tour. Now use [Esc] to come back to the eastward view where Maiden Lane is, and click in the center of the picture - move forward.

You are at Maiden Lane. There are a lot of small shops here: Chanel shop, Mocca shop, Folk Art International ( very famous building - Circle Gallery designed by Frank Lloyd Wright ). Moving forward you reach Grant Avenue. Chinatown is on the left. Hotel Marriott view is on the right. If you move forward and turn around, you can see Argentine Tango dancers and musicians on the street. San Francisco is the capital of Tango in United States. Here is the list of tango places where you can see and try this sensual dance. After you finished with dance, chinatown is on the right.

Let us continue north along Grant toward Chinatown. On your way you can see how Post Street looks like, what is Tillman Place, Franciscan Croissant, Farinelli Antiques and Fine Arts store. Chinatown starts at the Gateway or Dragon's Gate. Local street signs are in Chinese too...

Walking through the Chinatown, you'll reach Columbus Avenue, and eventually Fisherman's Wharf.

All streets to the right of Grant go to Market Street.

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