Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California, United States of America
Golden Gate Bridge is a one-mile-long suspension bridge that spans Golden Gate. The bridge links the northern tip of San Francisco, California, with the Marin County. It is a tourist attraction with separate lanes for bicyclists and pedestrians ideal for walking and bicycle tours. A visitor's center is located in San Francisco Bridge with a gift shop while in the Marin side located is café, outdoor exhibits, and restrooms. Under the bridge are views of the sea and land wildlife such as sea lion and bobcats. The bridge was ranked 5th by the American Institute of Architects as America's Favorite Architecture.
Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most significant landmarks in San Francisco. It is also a major tourist attraction. The city of South San Francisco is among the many nearby cities you can visit. Alamo Square is one of the best attractions in San Francisco; it is an open public space with beautiful Victorian houses. Another must-visit attraction in San Francisco is Alcatraz Island. Also known as "the Rock," it is a military and federal prison but is a tourist attraction. It is better to visit the bridge when you stay nearby. The Inn at Golden Gate is one of the closest hotels you can stay in. The comfy hotel has free breakfast, free wifi, free parking, and even has express check-in/out. The Cavallo Point is a 5-star hotel near the bridge. It features rooms with Golden Gate views, full spa services, Jacuzzi, sauna rooms, free ferry and airport shuttle, an outdoor pool, and a restaurant.