Information on San Francisco Bay Region by Amjath
Snuggled along San Francisco Bay, the Bay Area boasts of one of the supreme
natural harbor in the world, which covers area of around 450 square miles. San
Francisco Bay Area gives the only genuine break in the coastal mountains of
California making it one of the most idyllic spot for staying within the state.
More of all, it is home to almost eight million people. This beautiful place
is divided into six sub-regions and is composed of ten counties which are Alameda,
Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz,
Solano, and Sonoma.
North Bay is a sub-region north of the Golden Gate Bridge and it is divided
by water from the Bay Area. It has many wealthy societies and is probably the
slightest developed among the 6 sub-regions. This Bay has many parks which are
under development, beautiful farmlands and plantations. The most popular place
in this sub-region is Napa Valley, well known for its world class red wines
extracted from the winery.
San Francisco was once the largest city due to the high population percentage
in the whole Bay Area. Even though it does not owe the same title now, it still
remains the traditional, cultural, financial, and urban center of the area.
The most eminent landmark in this area is the Golden Gate Bridge, which distances
the Golden Gate Strait, a water passage linking San Francisco Bay and the Pacific
Ocean. The viaduct connects the city/county of San Francisco with Marin County
in the North Bay.
The East Bay area is divided into Inner East Bay and the Outer East Bay. Inner
East Bay is located along the splendid shoreline and is more urban, densely
populated. This area consists of more culturally varied population. The ancient
old buildings portrays the ancient times of the city. Outer East Bay covers
many inland valleys and is separated from Inner East Bay by means of hills and
Peninsula or San Francisco Peninsula is a area which lies between East Bay and
San Francisco. It upholds many towns, small cities, and suburban societies all
along San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
South Bay is the sub-region where one can find the mixture of past, present
and the future too. The past is classically distinguished by the city of San
Jose, the oldest city in California, while the present and the future could
be gleaned from the products churned by Silicon Valley. In 1990, San Jose became
the most inhabited city in the area.
Tourism is the leading industry of this ethnic place, it has superb weather
condition and the Bay Area is swarming with historic landmarks and tourist destinations.
This region is called the richest region in United States. The Bay Area is one
of the metropolitan areas nationwide and has the highest household income. Six
of the top ten places in California with the maximum per capita income can also
be seen in the Bay Area. There are numerous opportunities available for the
citizens residing in this beautiful region.
With the tranquil surrounding and mild climate this place can be made the most
memorable one! Try out!
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