Napa Travel Guide
Welcome to Napa!
Located in the Napa Valley, the city of Napa lies roughly 30 miles north of San Francisco. The city was originally established in 1848 and grew dramatically with the gold rush in the 1850s. Today, Napa offers a wide range of accommodations, restaurants and shops for visitors to take advantage of while they explore the scenic surroundings. Napa boasts a number of parks and green spaces, and has several biking trails that provide a unique way for visitors to experience the charm of this California city. Agriculture is a major aspect of life in Napa, and the area is known for its grape and wine production. The annual Napa Wine and Crafts Faire highlights this agricultural heritage, showcasing local produce growers and artists, as well as providing visitors with a variety of live entertainment. The Napa Valley Expo in downtown Napa also hosts a number of community celebrations each year, including the Napa Town & Country Fair.
The di Rosa Preserve sits on 53 acres, and features almost 2,000 pieces of art by nearly 800 California Bay artists, making this one of the largest collections of regional art in the country.
Hotels & Motels
The Marriott Napa Valley Hotel & Spa is a full-service property that offers plenty of amenities that please both business and leisure travelers.
Enjoy a three-hour train ride through the Napa Valley wine country, traveling a total of 36 miles.