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The Castro

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City: San Francisco 

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The Castro is the world famous gay village in San Francisco. The neighborhood is served by a number of transit routes. Parking is difficult and there are few off-street parking lots around.

Points of interest


Muni Metro

Muni Metro runs under Market Street through the Castro. The main stop is Castro Station under the intersection of Market and Castro streets. It is served by K, L, M, T, and S lines.

BART, Caltrain

At Civic Center Station, BART riders can transfer to Muni Metro to get to the Castro, or at 16th Street Mission Station via the 33 bus.

Caltrain riders can transfer to Muni Metro T at 4th & King Station.

Historic streetcar

F-Market & Wharves line has stops along Market and 17th Street at:

  • 17th & Castro Line - F-Market & WharvesMarket & Noe Line - F-Market & Wharves

Ferries

F-Market & Wharves historic streetcar line connects The Castro with ferries at the Ferry Building and Pier 41.

Bus - Muni

All lines except 22 and 33 stop at Castro Station:

(Bus conversion due to COVID-19) SF Zoo - Ferry Building
All-nighter: San Francisco Zoo - Fisherman's Wharf
Fillmore: Mission Bay - The Marina
Divisadero: Bayview (3rd St & Palou) - Pacific Heights (Jackson & Fillmore)
Ashbury-18th: San Francisco General Hospital - Laurel Heights
Eureka: Castro Station - Glen Park BART
Corbett: Twin Peaks (Parkridge and Burnett) - Haight