Sweeping views and grand Victorians, pride of place and person coalesce in an area that embraces its status as the “gay capital of the world.” The Castro and nearby Noe Valley offer village-like amenities including pedestrian-friendly streets, Victorian homes in historic Eureka Valley, an array of trendy stores and outdoor cafes. San Francisco’s historic F-Line streetcars are one of the best ways to reach the Castro and Upper Market areas. The upper stretch of Market Street coils around the lower reaches of Twin Peaks. Noted for their sweeping vistas of the Bay Area, these crests are popular with sightseers.Noe Valley boasts some of the best weather in San Francisco. This commercial corridor extends from Dolores to Diamond on 24th Street and attracts and urban crowd looking for new neighborhoods, fresh foods at its farmer’s market, and exploring a variety of trendy shops. Glen Park on the lower slopes of Diamond Heights has a canyon park and is near a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station.