One of the famous places in San Francisco is the Union Square. It is a plaza surrounded by Geary, Powell, Post, and Stockton Street in San Francisco, California. Today, this single block plaza’s vicinity has one of the leading collections of department stores, fashionable boutiques, tourist ornament stores, art galleries, and salons in western United States that maintains Union Square as a major traveler attraction. Union Square is also the place where you can find historical landmarks that represents the culture of California. 450 bushmaster ammo

o Hallidie Plaza at Market Street is an on-the-rise trade hallway that is attached to the SOMA district.

o Nob Hill, with its luxurious manors, apartment buildings, and hotels, is situated in the northwest of Union Square.

o Located northeast is Chinatown, with its well-known dragon gate at Grant Avenue and Bush Street.

o French Quarter is one block north of Union Square and is in the middle of Belden Place lane, among Bush Street and Pine Streets, and Claude Lane off Bush Street. The spot has lots of open-air French restaurants and cafes. Each year the locale is the site of the lively Bastille Day festivity, the country’s largest.

o Directly east of the Square off Stockton Street is Maiden Lane, a little tapered lane of special boutiques and coffee shops that leads to the Financial District and features the Xanadu Gallery, San Francisco’s only structure premeditated by Frank Lloyd Wright – with its center mainly distinguished for being the antecedent for Guggenheim Museum, New York

o The Geary & Curran theaters at the heart of the “theater region”. Union Square is also an institution to San Francisco’s TIX Bay Area, a discounted ticket booth and ticket master retailer. Run by the Theatre Bay Area, tickets for the majority of performing arts in San Francisco can be bought on the very day of the performance at an economical price.