America's Techiest Cities

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Where have the nerds taken over—and created a thriving tech culture for the rest of us to enjoy? Travel + Leisure readers did the calculations.

No. 2 San Francisco

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Free Wi-Fi is practically a basic human right in the Bay Area, offered in countless coffeehouses, bars, hotels, and soon, even most buses crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. For Apple loyalists, it’s hard to beat the Macworld/iWorld fan fest that comes to town in late January. The rest of the year, AFC voters got whipped up over the excellent fine dining and art galleries.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

cable car in the streets of San Francisco, California

America's Techiest Cities

No. 2 San Francisco

Free Wi-Fi is practically a basic human right in the Bay Area, offered in countless coffeehouses, bars, hotels, and soon, even most buses crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. For Apple loyalists, it’s hard to beat the Macworld/iWorld fan fest that comes to town in late January. The rest of the year, AFC voters got whipped up over the excellent fine dining and art galleries.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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