Measuring only 7 miles long and 7 miles wide, this incredible city has so much to offer to digital nomads in terms of culture, infrastructure, activities and mouth-watering food.
Less than one million people live in the city – making property prices rather high. But you will never have a boring day there and coliving has been embraced by the city.
When you need some downtime, there will be a variety of sporting events you can attend, including watching the Golden State Warriors play basketball. The city also has two baseball teams: SF Giants and Oakland Athletics and two football teams: San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders.
You can also visit Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz and a host of local farmers’ markets. Be sure to visit Haight & Ashbury if you are a music fan, plus there’s also a wonderful park there.
The city has a great train system called BART – Bay Area Rapid Transit – and you can ride the trams too. The trams are a great way to get up and down the steep city hills – as seen in the infamous car chase scene from “The French Connection”.
San Francisco has embraced coliving and digital nomads from the very beginning – with a short drive to Silicon Valley.
Fun facts about San Francisco:
It took four years to build the Golden Gate Bridge.
Due to the small size of the city, burials have been banned since 1902.
Both Bruce Lee and Clint Eastwood were born here.
Fortune cookies were created in San Francisco.