This city has year-round appeal, with the population of forward-thinking creatives ensuring there is always new things to do in San Francisco’s urban playground. Weather-wise, the best time to take in this City by the Bay is the post-summer months of September and October, when the climate is reliably agreeable and tourist crowds dissipate in the streets and on San Francisco tours.
Navigating mountainous San Francisco calls for good walking shoes, savvy queue-avoidance and a good game plan. When considering what to do in San Francisco, you can’t go past the city’s iconic cable cars. The cars don’t just look good, they’re also ideal in getting from A to B, and run between most of the city’s key spots. Avoid the bank of tourist queues and opt for the less-populated California Street Line if you can, or walk a block or two up from the line’s first stop and catch the car from there. The city’s bus system offers cheap, far-reaching travel. Avoid boarding in rush hour however, if you’re fond of personal space. With something new to discover on every corner, San Francisco’s a great city for walking, just be sure to wear comfortable shoes - the hills are killer.
Like in all urban metropolis, visitors to San Francisco should be alert for the duration of their stay. Ensure your trip goes off without a hip with some key precautions. Avoid high-crime neighbourhoods where possible. The Tenderloin in downtown San Francisco is known for petty crime. Tread carefully, especially in the evenings. For immediate assistance in an emergency, call 911. Pickpockets operate on the city’s public transport systems so be sure to only carry small change and hold your bag to your front on-board.
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