Where to Live
You're spoiled for choice of cool neighbourhoods in San Francisco. Famously multicultural, you'll find tons of restaurants, arts venues and public spaces. The Mission is home to a young, stylish population, while the Marina has a popular nightlife. SoMa (South of Market) is a favourite location of creative start-ups, while Lower Pacific Heights, Russian Hill and the area around Golden Gate Park are great spots too. To browse San Francisco apartments, try ApartmentGuide.com, SFbay.craigslist.org and RentinSanFrancisco.com.
The climate in San Francisco is typical of northern California and remains significantly cooler than southern parts of the state. Mild, with frequent fog enveloping the city, you can expect temperatures of about 20 degrees C in summer and 14 degrees C in winter. Dress in layers.
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