San Francisco Chinatown

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City: San Francisco 

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Directions to and from San Francisco Chinatown


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The Chinatown in San Francisco is considered the first and the largest Chinese community outside Asia. The neighborhood is served by a number of transit routes. On street parking is difficult and off-street garages are often packed especially on the weekends.


Bus

Muni

California: Downtown - Richmond District
Bayshore: City College - Visitacion Valley - Chinatown - Fisherman's Wharf
Bayshore 'A' Express: Visitacion Valley - Chinatown
Bayshore 'B' Express: City College - Visitacion Valley - Chinatown - Fisherman's Wharf
Townsend: SF General Hospital - Jackson & Fillmore via Downtown
Folsom: Mission and 26th St - Pacific and Van Ness
Stockton: The Marina (Broderick & Beach) - 4th & King Caltrain via North Beach and Chinatown
Union-Stockton: Lyon and Greenwich - 4th & King Caltrain via Chinatown
All-Nighter: West Portal Station - San Francisco State University via Downtown

Cable Car

Market - Van Ness via California Street
Powell and Market - Hyde and Beach
Powell and Market - Taylor and Bay

BART, Muni Metro, Historic streetcar

BART and Metro riders can transfer to Muni buses or cable cars for a short ride into Chinatown:

Caltrain

Take any of Muni routes: 10 10Townsend: SF General Hospital - Jackson & Fillmore via Downtown, 30 30Stockton: The Marina (Broderick & Beach) - 4th & King Caltrain via North Beach and Chinatown, 45 45Union-Stockton: Lyon and Greenwich - 4th & King Caltrain via Chinatown, 91-Owl 91-OwlAll-Nighter: West Portal Station - San Francisco State University via Downtown to get from Caltrain 4th & King Station to Chinatown.

Ferries

Transfer to Muni from either the Ferry Building, Pier 33, or Pier 41 to Chinatown: