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San Francisco has one of the most robust public transportation networks in the country - which is good news with those infamous hills. In addition to the standing ride and bike shares you'll find in most major cities, San Francisco also operates multiple light-rail and bus networks. The Muni network covers nearly the entire city while larger trains like BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) connects the peninsula with Oakland, Berkeley, and other cities nearby.
Surrounded on three sides by water, San Francisco tends to stay warm, though cooler compared to other California cities further inland. With that said, even summer months can produce the well-known chilly foggy days that often catch tourists unawares.
Expectedly, San Francisco is a hub for high-tech engineering and software firms looking to capitalize on the talent of the nearby silicon valley. Companies like Salesforce and Uber both call San Francisco home, but you'll also find well-established historic companies such as Wells Fargo headquartered here.
Along the northern waterfront of the city lies Fisherman's Wharf - a bustling patch of souvenir shops, food stalls, and restaurants all embracing the maritime traditions of San Francisco. A hub for tourists, there are loads of both land and water tours launching from the icon piers.
Like most major cities, San Francisco's financial district is home to tower skyscrapers and major employers, but there's more than just business here. With many bars and elegant restaurants (including the city's oldest establishment, Tadich Grill), the financial district comes alive at night.
The vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood on the east side of the city was formerly a industrial shipbuilding neighborhood before modern redevelopments began installing art galleries, lofts, and boutique shops. Now, this thin strip of land is one of the most hip and up-and-coming areas of the entire city.
Back in 1776, Spanish priest Francisco Palou founded the Mission San Francisco de Asis in the heart of what is now known as the Mission District. With deep Latino roots, there is a vibrant collection of extraordinary food, music, and entertainment that beckons visitors from all over the city.
Just north of the Mission District lies the unassuming in size Hayes Valley. This cozy community features a unique blend of both western and Spanish architecture (including Holland's Alchemy apartments) and runs along Market Street - one of the main thoroughfares in the city.
One of the largest neighborhoods in the city is the Richmond District. Not to be confused with the city of Richmond, the neighborhood lies in the northwest corner of San Francisco and spreads half the width of the entire city - all the way to the University of San Francisco.