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Many people have their reasons to call cities they are living in beautiful, amazing and picturesque. But as for San Francisco, California, it is really easy to call it a City of Dreams. Local attractions are truly legendary – the only question is what is the best way to travel over this city? And the answer is obvious – it is a car rental. In San Francisco it suits best for sightseeing.
The most recognized local attraction of course is Golden Gate Bridge known for its spectacular view of San Francisco Bay and the city spread out ashore.
When in San Francisco, Pier 39 is a real must visit attraction and home to a waterfront park and world famous California sea lions. Another San Francisco place of interest is called Twin Peaks. No, it is not related to a legendary TV drama by David Lynch. The Twin Peaks are two hills, highest points in the city, world famous for its outstanding view of San Francisco.
Driving by the streets of San Francisco can result in an exciting experience due to a specific road system and traffic. When you rent a car in San Francisco please take note of the following: there is a right-hand traffic within the city with a lot of one-way streets and traffic lanes. That's why it will be helpful to keep GPS about yourself.
The most appropriate time for driving in San Francisco is morning and in the evening after 8 – you will avoid a heavy traffic this way. Keep in mind that it is not so easy to find a free parking space within the city limits. If you managed to do that – lucky you! Another interesting thing is that you can turn right on the red if it is not forbidden by the red arrow.
Californian traffic rules are also characterized by some curiosities as well: you cannot drive into a pool or drive a car wearing a nightrobe.