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The Financial District in San Francisco's bustling business center is located downtown and is where you'll find most of the city's major businesses, luxury hotels, and high-end apartment homes. It's the perfect spot to play tourist and ogle at the Transamerica Pyramid, one of the city's tallest buildings. Explore the neighborhood's many restaurant and coffee options as well as a few dog-friendly establishments where you can treat yourself to a snack or drink while on your daily outing.

This small region, sometimes nicknamed 'FiDi,' offers a walk for those looking for a bustling environment with lots to explore. As for climate, San Francisco is warm year-round with minimal rainy days, mostly in the winter, so you're likely to have a perfect day for a walk. Check the weather beforehand though, because the summer months can bring high temperatures that heat the sidewalks, making them too hot for doggy paws. 

Terrain in Financial District
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The Financial District holds most of the city's businesses, so you'll mostly find concrete sidewalks, busy roads, and towering skyscrapers. It's the perfect place for city dogs who love exploring busy sidewalks and meeting many people along the way. As always, be cautious of crossing busy streets and watch for distractions. The tree-lined streets feature several plazas and green spaces throughout the region if you need a quick rest. 

San Francisco is known for its roads on extreme inclines, and the Financial District is no stranger to hills. This can present an issue for elderly dogs or pups with joint issues, so exercise caution. You'll find a mix of streets on an incline and long, flat roads wherever you walk in the neighborhood. The entirety of the Financial District spans less than 0.5 square miles, so you'll find it very easy to explore and discover much of the neighborhood in one day. 

Greenways in Financial District
23 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Francisco have an average of:
15 Greenways
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There are a variety of green spaces and plazas for you and your pet to enjoy. Take your time to discover one of the many business plazas in the area. Observe some public art or rest by the fountain at the Sydney G. Walton Square while surrounded by some of San Francisco's most unique architecture. Nearby, Ferry Park is a favorite spot for midday lunch because of its four acres of lush grass and shaded benches and also offers access to waterfront green space. At Transamerica Redwood Park, sit by a fountain honoring Mark Twain while enjoying the shade of the Transamerica Pyramid towering over you. You'll feel like you're in a forest with the redwoods planted throughout the greenway. 

If these green spaces aren't enough for your pooch, Sue Bierman Park sits on the waterfront just outside the Financial District's borders and features sprawling lawns and playgrounds easily accessible through Ferry Park. 

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