San Francisco is a welcoming city. What I love the most is how you can be easily fascinated just by walking up and down its hills. The best things in this city are free and that is great!
This day I was walking by Inner Sunset district to visit the famous 16th Avenue Tiled Steps. What I didn't know, was that besides this gorgeous stair, I would find another one called Hidden Garden Steps.
But first things first, these photos below belong to the 163 steps transformed into a work of art, called 16th Av. Tiled Steps, inspired at the amazing Escadaria Selarón in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. How nice is to live in a city and find an art inspired in another art from your home country? :)
Make sure to take a closer look at each steps, so many details! And the plants surrounding the steps are also amazing. When I finally climbed all the way up, I got to enjoy a beautiful view of the foggy San Francisco, the ocean was pure white!!!
As if it wasn't breathtaking enough, here is a bonus! These photos below belong to the Hidden Garden Steps, at the same avenue. It's basically the same concept but definitely not the same art and with fewer steps. Enjoy another great time going up and down.🚶