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Best known for being the home to the University of California campus, people also flock to Berkeley for world-class restaurants, parks, marina, art and cultural activities. Don’t-miss attractions of this 18 square mile city include the renowned eatery Chez Panisse, bustling Telegraph and University Avenues, Tilden Regional Park and the Lawrence Hall of Science.
For fans of architecture, in addition to one-of-a-kind homes designed by famed architects, there are stately Craftsman, Mid-Century Modern, Tudor and Spanish-style homes. Each of the numerous neighborhoods has its own vibe, such as Thousand Oaks, Oceanview, Westbrae, Central Berkeley and South Berkeley.
Transportation-wise, Berkeley has two freeways—I-80/580 and CA 24. There are three BART stations and several Transbay buses—a popular option for commuters to downtown San Francisco. In addition, there is a nearby Amtrak station.
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