If you’re the type of traveler who likes to go to new places so that you can get a better understanding of the people and the culture that makes the essence of a city, then you’re not likely to turn to oft-visited websites and guide books for suggestions of things to do and see. That’s why we’ve created our own little Bucket List.
Walkabout: Art and Architecture in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District
Underneath the Tenderloin District’s edgy surface, the neighborhood, is full of underrated beauty and not-so-hidden wonders. You’ll find beautiful surprises in the architecture and the larger-than-life murals that turn the city into a public gallery. The area also has some of San Francisco’s best Vietnamese, Indian, and Thai restaurants, dive bars, and quirky retailers perfect for travelers on a budget.