This is a wine lover’s heaven, with nearly 400 wineries and tasting rooms.

Napa Valley, California, is a place for food and drink, from the eclectic culture of Calistoga to the gourmet food of St. Helena and the urban tasting rooms in downtown Napa. You’ll find a variety of food, from humble Gott’s Roadside burgers to acclaimed chef Thomas Keller’s three-Michelin-starred restaurant and everything in between. You’ll be charmed by the different personalities of each Napa Valley neighborhood and city — and reluctant to leave this magical area of Northern California.

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Explore Napa Valley

  • Calistoga
  • Downtown Napa
  • St. Helena
  • Yountville

Calistoga

Overview

Calistoga is home to an eclectic downtown that gives way to vineyards and wineries. It also features Mother Nature’s best remedy for travel-weary muscles: a network of hot springs and mud baths, including the Old Faithful Geyser of California, which sends up spouts of water, just like its namesake.

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Shopping, Dining, Spas, Sightseeing, Wine Tasting

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Downtown Napa

Overview

Downtown Napa, favored among locals, is full of urban tasting rooms, antiques shops and restaurants no foodie should miss out on. From bottle shop turned eatery Compline to browsing at Antiques on Second, there are plenty of ways to soak up the local culture along the Napa River.

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Shopping, Dining, Hotels, Sightseeing, Wine Tasting

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St. Helena

Overview

Along the St. Helena Highway, you’ll find farmsteads with great restaurants and wineries with impressive architecture. Often thought of as a slower-paced, locals-only town, St. Helena also offers charming stores and boutiques.

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Shopping, Dining, Sightseeing, Wine Tasting

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Yountville

Overview

Nicknamed Kellerville after globally renowned chef Thomas Keller, Yountville has more Michelin stars than any other place in the world. Immerse yourself in the gorgeous vines of Napa, where you’ll winery-hop via your choice of transportation: by bike or by limo.

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Shopping, Dining, Sightseeing, Wine Tasting

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Wine and Dine Your Way Through Napa Valley, California

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Go Winery Hopping in Calistoga

Calistoga is an ideal blend of eclectic Northern California culture and Napa Valley luxury. Oenophiles will love the wineries, from the old-world Castello di Amorosa to the iconoclastic Tank Garage Winery. The area also offers antiques galleries and hole-in-the-wall restaurants.

 

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Sip the Wines of St. Helena

Taste wine in St. Helena, with a crucial Napa pit stop at the iconic Gott’s Roadside burger stand, then conclude your day with a taste of Napa’s cocktail scene.

 

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Stroll Downtown Napa’s Oxbow Public Market

Exploring Napa’s downtown offers a lens into the true heart of this area, where travelers enjoy great urban tasting rooms and a wide range of restaurants, from ultra-luxurious to down-and-dirty (but still super tasty). 

 

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