Don't call it Frisco!
San Francisco is a great diverse city, with its people from all parts of the world. We're friendly and enjoy showing off our city, don't hesitate to ask anyone for directions!
The standard is between 15-23%.
These are just guidelines for those first time visitors to San Francisco. It's customary to tip 15-25 percent at most restaurants. Porters USD3.00 per bag is standard. All San Francisco restaurants also charge a Health Care tax .
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Transportation Muni Passports
You can purchase a 1, 3 or 7 day pass for your public transportation needs. They are currently USD14.00, USD21.00 and USD27.00. These passes allow you unlimited use on the Cable Cars and any city bus. The one way fare on the cable car is USD6.00! You can purchase these at San Francisco International airport information desks and certain retailers in the city.
This is the most famous crooked street in the city but there is another one just as crooked, do you know where it is located? It's in the Portrero Hill neighborhood. Ask the Concierge.
Our year round average is around 60-65 degrees. Coldest time is in the summer and warmest in the fall.
WHAT TO PACK
Comfortable walking shoes
The city has many steep hills and is a great walking city. Wearing appropriate footwear will help you enjoy its many charms without to much fatique at the end of the day!
We recommend that you always bring a jacket. In San Francisco you need warm clothes with you year round as the temperature changes frequently. Layered wool or cotton works well in our mild climate.