San Francisco December 19, 2017
These 10 Scenic Muni Routes In San Francisco Will Show You Views Like You’ve Never Seen Before
San Francisco has a deep connection and history to streetcars, cable cars, and buses. San Francisco does public transportation in an unforgettable way. For example, many people think of historic street cars and Fog city. If you’re ever curious about the most picturesque Muni rides then keep reading. Ride around the city and check out these scenic routes!
1. Hyde Street Cable Car
A classic route and a great way to hit the hills in the 415. This is a must for any San Francisco trip, so enjoy the hills, bay views, and tourists!
2. 43 Masonic Line
The 43 Masonic line goes less popular neighborhoods like the Excelsior, the Portola District, Forest Hill, and even Laguna Honda. If you want to see the rarer spots in the 415 then take this long and winding route.
3. J Church Line
The J Church is a light rail line going through Noe Valley and Balboa Park connecting them to downtown. Surprisingly, the line runs from Embarcadero Station in the Financial District to Balboa Park Station and the Balboa Park neighborhood near City College! This is a full city trip!
4. 22 Fillmore Line
In terms of bus lines, the 22-Fillmore has a questionable reputation, however the views on this line are worth it. The San Francisco Bay view from the top of Broadway is the highlight along with stops through the Marina.
5. 33 Ashbury/18th Line
This is a classic Muni line that passes through historic neighborhoods like the Mission, Upper Market Street and Ashbury Heights. A classic Muni San Francisco ride.
6. 39 Coit Line
Take this ride to show off the city off to guests or play tourist in your own town. The ride, heads up to Telegraph Hill to Coit Tower, Washington Square, and down to Powell.
7. 18 46th Ave. Line
Take a peaceful ride that is not too crowded and goes through a wonderfully scenic part of San Francisco. Expect to see the Dutch Windmills on this bus as well going to the Legion of Honor.
8. 28 19th Avenue Line
A worthwhile yet long ride through the Richmond and the elegant Golden Gate, and finally to Golden Gate bridge. Watch for the awesome architecture and bridge of course!
9. K Ingleside/T-Third Street Line
The main scenic points are going towards SoMa, as you take the turn into Mission Bay. Make sure to check out the ballpark rise up in your window if you take this route.
10. F Market Streetcar
A popular and touristic line, the F line is a historic streetcar. Expect to see the Market Street scene and upper Market toward Castro and up to Embarcadero too. This line is hated by locals but worthwhile none the less!
Have you been on any of these routes? Let us know. Share your opinions. Save some money for the holidays and check out
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