Historic houses and condos line the streets with a vibrant atmosphere.
No car? No problem. Take a stroll or a bus ride through the streets. Explore art galleries and museums, or stop into small boutiques and cafes. Russian Hill is home to many writers and architects, which is quite fitting considering it is home to the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute.
Russian Hill is home to one of the “crookedest streets in the world,” although residents also have access to noteworthy views. The “Sardinian wonder,” La Ciccia, is arguably the most top-notch restaurant in the neighborhood, and the Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival is held in September.