Go wine tasting in Napa valley and see the grapes in the vineyard.
Are you visiting Napa Valley, California for the first time? Welcome! Below are some of my favorite tips and locations for visitors to Napa, California.
The first place I take a visitor from out of town is wine tasting or for a lunch ride on the Napa Valley Wine Train.
There are too many fantastic restaurants in Napa to count. However, the butternut soup is delicious at Celadon in downtown Napa.
Did you know that the Napa River flows through downtown Napa? Rent a kayak or canoe on the Napa River or head to Dillon Beach.
A fun place to hide away is at the roof top at Andaz Napa. Order a drink and kick back by the outdoor fire pit.
When you visit Napa wine country, get your picture taken on the upstairs terrace at Opus One.
One of the best things on the menu at UVA are the Arincini Balls or the beer can chicken at Bounty Hunter.
Downtown Napa and Oxbow Public Market are must visit places for wine and great food.
Villa Corona offers excellent Mexican food at reasonable prices.
If you like fine cuts of meat, I’d recommend Cole’s Chop House.
Photo opportunities in Napa valley include Silverado Vineyards and O’Shaughnessy Vineyards on Howell Mountain.
The best vantage points are taken by walking to the top of Westwood Hills Park in Napa.
If you enjoy modern art, the most random thing about Napa is the di Rosa Art Preserve.