The main drag of the castro runs. I love the one off stores and coffee shops and the general vibe of this popular gay friendly part of san francisco. Seemingly the heart of the lgbt community, the neighborhood just explodes with color, starting with all the pride flags flying from lamposts and ending with the aesthetically pleasing castro theater. There are rainbow banners lining the streets then you are in the right place. Numerous busses also pass by the castro, making it. Be prepared for thousands of people on.
San francisco gay street. This district is fun for everyone but is a must for lgbt visitors to san francisco. San francisco is filled with cool neighborhoods but this was our favorite. The castro is also the home of the castro theater, a popular cinema and historical monument that was built in 1922. San francisco’s castro district is one of the safest neighborhoods in the city and it tends to be a little cleaner than most as well. Take a free sf city guides tour of this area of the city. Some good restaurants, a few bars.
Popular at nighttours
Streets are very clean and tidy. Be careful what you look at, there might be. Come and see what is left of this unique and historic neighborhood.