7 Day Itinerary for your Northern California Vacation
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7 Day Itinerary for your Northern California Vacation


If you have just one week to explore all of the exciting destinations in Northern California, we
suggest you spend your 7 days of enjoying this itinerary packed full our favorite activities… On your week-long trip in Northern California, we suggest you start all
the way at the top of this beautiful and diverse state. On your week-long trip in Northern California, we suggest you start all
the way at the top of this beautiful and diverse state. On your second day, head south to Lake Tahoe, where you will
feel as though you’ve stepped directly into a mountain resort. After enjoying Northern California’s mountains, head west to the state’s capital, Sacramento. Spend your 3rd day of vacationing exploring
the rich culture and history of the city at attractions such as the California State Capitol and Museum. Spend your 4th day in one of Northern California’s most iconic regions, Napa Valley.
While you will
surely enjoy exploring the many vineyards and their incredible wines, Napa offers this and much more! After enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of Napa Valley, head to San Francisco & Bay Area, where you are
sure to have a day filled to the brim with sightseeing, dining, shopping, and so much more. On your 6th day in Northern California, head south to the area’s most beautiful and renowned beaches of Santa Cruz, Carmel,
and Monterey.
When in Santa Cruz, enjoy the rides on the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk or surf the waves. On your last day in Northern California, head inland on a drive
through the state’s stunning agricultural landscape towards Fresno and Bakersfield. On your last day in Northern California, head inland on a drive
through the state’s stunning agricultural landscape towards Fresno and Bakersfield. No matter which route you plan to take when spending your 7 days exploring Northern California, you are sure
find endless things to do and see. Call 888-846-9378 or visit www.gowesthotels.com to reserve your next stay.

3 Comments

  • Jaxondorf

    No wonder they had to get a robotic voice to say that the state capital is some kind of place to come visit I live in the state capital and it is the biggest garbage dump in the United States. If you do have the misfortune of getting stuck here yeah maybe go visit Old Town there's nothing really to see at the Capitol itself and you won't find parking as a matter fact parking at the state capitol Sacramento is a huge hassle and highly expensive the people here are just genuinely rude from the center of their soul homeless are everywhere the place is filthy the city is not clean at all in the air is quality is awful think La in the 80s

  • Karina F

    no such thing as Bakersville in California… but there is a Bakersfield, i think that's what they meant and its closer to southern california not northern california

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