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Peering at each other from across the San Francisco Bay, Oakland and San Francisco eschew the dueling city rivalry for a cozy, sibling-like relationship. San Francisco’s the larger and older of the two with charming cable cars, ornate Victorian houses, and big-name tech firms. Oakland is the hip little sister—the Brooklyn to San Francisco’s Manhattan—with cheaper rents, a thriving art scene, and killer tacos. Though close enough to walk, chilly bay waters and a non-pedestrian bridge prevent that option. Instead, here are the many other ways to travel from Oakland to San Francisco.
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