Until the cold weather, walking, and real estate is really expensive you can not turn off, San Francisco has no shortage of positive attributes. Even numbers less than a million people, a coastal town of the pack so many world-class restaurants and museums to community fairs and music festivals, large integrated classes, and improving the economy that many San Franciscans caught inform you that after the '2012 city Businessweek.com best ranking well received. "It's good, but not too surprised, that San Francisco is in the best cities to live list," said Betsy Crabtree, publisher of San Francisco Arts Monthly ranking e-mail.For, Businessweek com again. in cooperation with Bloomberg rankings for analyzing data on the 100 largest cities of the country. We looked at your leisure (the number of restaurants, bars, libraries, museums, professional sports teams, and acres of parks by residents), the characteristics of education (public school performance, such as universities, and their level scholars holder), economic factors ( income and life unemployment), crime, and air quality. Major professional league and minor league teams, and based on the teams participating in the international league in each city. This year we put more emphasis on recreation facilities than we did last year. Figures from data firm Onboard Informatics and nonprofit Trust for Public Land. As the procedure is modified, the changes in the city rankings of 2011 does not indicate that it's got a "good" or there would have to disagree that "bad." "Best" cities for you to live. To that end, family relationships, work, life, and a lifelong dedication to a sports team may all be destined to play. List of best stab us to identify some of the most common variables.San Francisco, for example, has the highest score for education (based on the factors mentioned previously), ranked sixth to relax, and placed in the top 20 for the economic and air quality. In addition to most ordinary food trucks, restaurants, bars, parks, diverse city also hosts an endless stream of events, including an annual jazz festival, literary festival, and a number of exhibitions in October alone. That, along with the sheer scenery, attracting 129,000 tourists every day, according to the San Francisco Travel Association. Cosmopolitan nature of the city is improving the facilities available to residents year round.Add vibrant art scene. While cultural institutions like the de Young Museum will paglagyan famous works, the city is trying to bring the arts to all residents. Urban Solutions' 2 Blocks of Art, art walk is free for the Central Market, for example, is one of several projects that bring art to challenged areas of the city. "I've worked here for three local government administration and leadership will always support the arts in the city. That really creates a lot of pride that we have here, "said Robynn Takayama, community arts and education program manager at the gold in San Francisco San Francisco Art Commission.Not all, of course. The inclusion of young engineers persuaded the cost of living. (The average rent for a studio apartment is $ 2,075, according to research firm RealFacts.) As the city has grown rich, had lost some legendary grit. But it has one of the largest cities of the U.S. population people.Northwest claimed two more top five places on our list: Seattle (seconds) and Portland (fifth) blade like southern California city of San Diego (ninth) and Los. Angeles (50) New York, the state's largest city, pushing seventh.Safety put two cities in Virginia: Virginia Beach and Chesapeake second and fourth, according to the order, in this category. The area, home to naval facilities, and active or retired military and defense-contracting professionals, including most prosperous.Washington, placed first to relax when factoring in facilities per capita, also received help from second place finish also for education, ranking third overall .