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ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA

The area surrounding San Francisco Bay in Northern California is where we call home. We are fortunate to have beautiful natural surroundings (forested mountains, ocean and beaches, lakes, grassy hillsides, and marshlands); pleasant weather; both urban and agricultural areas; and a progressive, enterprising citizenry. We are home to people of a variety of occupations and points of view  who have family origins from a wide variety of nations. Many are first generation immigrants. To learn more about our area, visit the following websites:

The California Travel and Tourism Commission website describes different regions in the San Francisco Bay Area and what to see and do there. It also provides information on such things as transportation, dining, and lodging, and provides an area map. Translations of the website are available in several languages.

The San Francisco Bay Area (Yahoo's searchable directory to the Bay Area) has links to pages describing the many different parts and characteristics of the San Francisco Bay Area—anything you want to know about the San Francisco Bay Area from links to online versions of newpapers and radio station broadcasts, to international cultural groups, to places to see and things to do in the Bay Area, to community organizations.

San Francisco City Guides lists free walking tours of San Francisco that are conducted by volunteers. Group tours for as little as $10 per person can be arranged with advanced notice.