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San Francisco is a major city in California, the centerpiece of the Bay Area, well-known for its liberal community, hilly terrain, Victorian architecture, scenic beauty, summer fog, and great ethnic and cultural diversity.

San Francisco

San Francisco is a major city in California, the center piece of the Bay Area.

Although huge in terms of offerings, San Francisco is physically quite compact. It is located on a seven-by-seven mile (11 x 11km) square of land at the tip of a peninsula between the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific coast. It has a population of 812,000 which represents a small fraction of the entire Bay Area population of 7.1 million.

With a mild climate including cool, wet winters and dry summers, for the most part you can expect the high’s in the upper 50s, 60s or low 70s. It’s almost never warmer than 73, never colder than 50. The nights are chilly so carry a light jacket.

SF

SF stands for San Francisco.it is the nickname of this city and its other nickname as Frisco,San-Fran and Fog city and was founded on June 29, 1776, when colonists from Spain established Presidio of San Fran at the Golden Gateand Mission  de Asís a few miles away, all named for St. Francis of Assisi. The California Gold Rush of 1849 brought rapid growth, making it the largest city on the West Coast at the time

Frisco

Frisco is the nickname of this city .San Francisco has several nicknames, including “The City by the Bay”, “Golden Gate City”, “Frisco”, “SF”, “San Fran”, “Fog City”, and as well as older ones like “The City that Knows How”, “Baghdad by the Bay”, “The Paris of the West”, or simply “The City”. As of 2017

San-Fran

It is the nickname of this city.

Fog city

Fog city is also the nickname of this city .Fog City, previously known as the Fog City Diner.

Getting around

  1. San Francisco is really a small city. If you’re in reasonably good shape, and you leave your stilettos at home, you can hoof it quite easily between many of the sights we suggest in this book, without stressing about taxis, buses, cable cars, and such.
  2. If you only remember the “F-Line” historic streetcar, you will be able to get almost anywhere you want to go in the Eastern half of the city. The historic F-Line streetcar runs from the Castro to Fisherman’s Wharf, with stops a block or two from the Mission District, Civic Center, Union Square, SoMa, Ferry Building, Exploratorium, Coit Tower, North Beach, and Pier 39—in other words, most of the places you want to visit

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