Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco has it all; seafood, sea lions, and yes, even fisherman. What originated as the hub for San Francisco’s fishing industry has transformed into one of the city’s most loved destinations for visitors and locals. The wharf is filled with shops selling fun knick-knacks and restaurants serving up everything from Dungeness crab to the city’s famous sourdough bread. The wharf is best known for being home to Pier 39. The pier is less of a traditional fishing or docking pier and more of a 45-acre waterfront complex filled with restaurants, shops, and shows. Visitors will have plenty to do, including seeing the famous sea lions at Dock K and catching a boat ride around the bay. The pier also comes with perfect views of the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges along with Alcatraz Island.