Sunny weekends spent outdoors in The Marina, one of the historic areas in San Francisco, are dreamy. The neighborhood is situated down by the water on the north side of the San Francisco Bay and is bordered by the splendid Golden gate bridge. Completely rebuilt after the 1906 earthquake, The Marina District is home to the Palace of Fine Arts — a monumental construction initially built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit art and plays. Now, the neighborhood is popular among locals and tourists for its electric restaurants and bars, night walks on the buzzing Chestnut street, and startling galleries, making it one of the top choices to stay in an Airbnb or a hotel.