Who says "July", says "Independence Day". On the side of San Francisco, it is the bright show of Embarcadero which is most awaited on July 4th. Like every year, it will start sometime after sunset, around 9:30 pm. If like us, you are still looking for the perfect spot to enjoy the show, these few addresses should put you in full view.

Pier 7

Not far from Embarcadero, but enough to avoid the crowds, the Pier 7 pontoon is the ideal refuge to admire the fireworks. As everywhere else along the docks, it will be necessary to arrive a good hour in advance to ensure a suitable place and to envisage warm clothes and blankets. Pier 7, San Francisco

Twin Peaks

Can we do more romantic than Twin Peaks one night sky (artificially) starry? Hardly! Accessible by car, the plateau offers views across San Francisco and Berkeley. You will be able to enjoy the pyrotechnic shows of the two cities, one after the other. 501 Twin Peaks Bld, San Francisco

Coit Tower

In the same state of mind, the Coit Tower seems to be just as adequate. On foot or by car, you can watch the fireworks from the car park. Isolated and mysterious, it offers an incredible glimpse of the Bay. Get ready to unsheathe your camera. 1 Telegraph Hill Blvd, San Francisco

Bernal Heights Park and Mission Dolores Park

San Francisco's parks will be open to the public throughout the night. Our favorites: Bernal Heights Park and Mission Dolores Park. From the heights of the city, you will experience an entirely different experience alongside locals and party-goers eager to make the most of their 4th of July. Plan picnics, board games and balloons, you will not regret it. Bernal Heights Park, 3 400 Folsom Street San Francisco / Dolores Park Mission, Dolores Street & 19th Street San Francisco


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