Lombard Street is an east-west street in San Francisco, California that is commended for an unstable, one-square region with eight catch turns. Reaching out from The Presidio east to The Embarcadero with a gap on Telegraph Hill, most of the street's western segment is an essential road alloted as an element of U.S. Expressway 101. The commended one-piece region, ensured to be "the most slanted street on the planet", is arranged along the eastern segment in the Russian Hill neighborhood.
It is an imperative get-away spot, tolerating around 2 million visitors for every year and up to 17,000 consistently on involved summer closures of the week, beginning at 2015. Lombard Street's west end is at Presidio Bouled inside The Presidio; it by then ventures east through the Cow Hollow neighborhood.