Golden Gate Bridge
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You can reach the bridge easily from the visitors parking lot, but if you like running hills or longer distances, start at the Marina Green or Crissy Field and take Long Avenue up to the pedestrian path. On a clear day, which is not as rare as you might think, you’ll see Alcatraz, Angel Island, the Bay Bridge, and Oakland. Golden Gate Bridge is an absolutely stunning place to be at sunrise. You’ll have to head out in the dark, but you’ll be rewarded.
The world-famous bridge that highlights California history. It is well-maintained & is a sight to behold. It's about 1hr away in a day trip from Santa Clara.
The most famous bridge in the world and is a must see, even better to walk across it.
You’ve never been to San Francisco if you’ve not visited The Golden Gate Bridge!
San Francisco's famed bridge spans between the city and the hills of the Marin Headlands, offering picturesque views of the bay and the ocean. It's open to foot, bike, and car traffic.
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