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San Francisco Group Travel Guide



San Francisco Group Travel Guide


San Francisco's abundance of museums, outdoor activities and culturally diverse neighborhoods combined with a yearlong temperate climate make the city the ideal destination for group meetings and large conventions. Its no wonder tourism has become San Francisco's largest revenue generator - the city isn't too far from being perfectly well-
rounded. San Francisco has previously shown strength in four travel industry sectors: commercial, meeting and group, and leisure. In the early 1980s, many large corporations left San Francisco because high-operating costs threatened profitability.

Time permitting, your group will get the best grasp of contemporary San Francisco by visiting as many of the city's neighborhoods as possible. Alamo square, Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf, Mission District and Pacific Heights should not be overlooked, nor should Nob Hill, Richmond District or Sacramento Street. The city's progressive nature is underscored when the food, arts and culture of these places come together to form such an admirable whole, and there's certainly no danger of your group being at a loss for entertainment.