Napa And Sonoma Wine Tours
Favorite thing: If you don't want to Drive to and from Napa Valley and Sonoma areas due to the high cost of gas and don;t want to rent a car, the best thing to do is to book a Napa Wine Tour. There are many tour companies that ply either a full Napa Tour with or without the Napa Wine Train or a combination of Napa and Sonoma Tours or a private car tour. You can book them online and they have a fetching service to and from most hotels in San Francisco or call them by phone. Among the many tour companies are Grayline Tours, Go Tours, California wine tours, All San Francisco Tours and more. Costs vary from $ 65 to $ 140, depending of you take a private car tour or with the Napa Wine Train Service and you don't need a designated sober driver for it hehehe but the winery stops are betwen 3 to four and you cannot choose the wineries to go to. Driving to Napa Valley is still the best.
- Theme Park Trips
- Wine Tasting
- Road Trip
Bicyclists to your marks!
Favorite thing: Yountville is a great central location to start and end a bike ride. You have access to the main highway but you can also use the fronatge roads and the "Crossings" that go back and forth thru the beautiful vineyards and to the Silverado Trail.
Fondest memory: Each year we try and go and ride in the "Tour of Napa Valley". Choose from the 30, 65 or 100 mile courses.
It's put on by the Eagle Cycling Club.
They put on a great ride. Sag wagon, rest/fuel stops and a really nioce BBQ and live music bash at the end.
Starts and stops at the Yountville Veterans Home right near the Napa Museum.