There’s A Magical Streetcar Ride In San Francisco That Most People Don’t Know About

You won’t find a better or cooler way to get around San Francisco than this traditional ride in the heart of the city. Head on over to the Embarcadero and hop on the F line streetcar. Now, you may be wondering what the difference is between a streetcar and a cable car. If it runs on steel rails with a trolley pole connected to an overhead wire above, it’s a streetcar or trolley. If it runs on steel rails with an open slot between them, and no overhead wires, it’s a cable car.

That said, we think the F Line streetcar offers the most magical ride in the city as it offers spectacular views of the bay, Coit tower, Fisherman’s Wharf, and more. Visit The San Francisco F Line Streetcar site for more information.

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Take a look at this video on YouTube by Kevin Mueller on A Ride On Streetcar 578 in San Francisco:

Tell us your thoughts on this historic and wonderful streetcar. If you’re curious about exploring more about our great city then 10 Historic Neighborhoods In San Francisco That Will Take You Back In Time.