SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --A lot of tourists in the Bay Area for Super Bowl 50 will be taking selfies of the Golden Gate Bridge. There are quite a few great spots, but we want you to share your perfect Golden Gate selfie location. Share your Golden Gate Bridge and Super Bowl selfie pics by tagging them on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with #abc7now. We may show them online or on TV!
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There is a Super Bowl sized threat to the million people visiting this week, not to their safety, but to their selfie. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. you can't park personal vehicles in the Golden Gate bridge photo spots. So if not a selfie there, a selfie where?
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Both sides of America's most photogenic bridge are restricted during Super Bowl week, and maybe that's a good thing.
Brendan David and Samantha Gilweit of Dylan's Tour shared their top locations.
Their number three spot is Fort Point.
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"I love this spot because you can see the Bay, Alcatraz and of course Fort Point -- this beautiful coastal fortification," said Gilweit.
Their number two spot is Baker Beach.
"It's really a place that only local knows about," said Gilweit.
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The guides' number one Golden Gate selfie location takes us up, all the way up, to Hawk Hill in the Marin Headlands, where it's uncrowded and above it all.
"Where else do you get Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge, the city, Lands End," said Gilweit.
So, no Vista Point? No problem. Your selfie is as easy as 3, 2, 1.
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