From sunny city parks to interesting streets filled with outdoor Italian cafes and shops, you and your dog can get your fill of walking (for your dog) and sight-seeing (for you). When you both are worn out you can rest your weary paws in the park and watch the world go by. This dog-loving little neighborhood has so much character, and so many opportunities to stretch your legs and enjoy bustling city life or even sneak away on well-maintained nature trails. You'll be in good company as you pass many other folks and dogs of all kinds.
If you and your dog are more into walking tours than fitness challenges, you can also find flatter stretches that speak to your interests, including the oldest street in San Francisco. If cultural and historical flair is what you're after, you might consider taking a self-guided walking tour with your four-legged friend at your side. These tours will lead you to some of the most interesting streets in North Beach.
Reward yourself and let your pup rest his weary paws with a stroll around Washington Square Park. After you've stretched out your legs you can find a soft, grassy spot in the sun and enjoy a snack from a local bakery and a drink of water for your pup.