Northern California is often regarded as a world of its own. Housing big cities which include San Francisco Bay Area, San Jose, Fresno and many more, Northern California proves to be enjoyable all year long. Starting off with the world-famous wine country, Napa Valley, one may find miles of grape trees and wineries surrounding them–which includes the reputable quiet Anderson Valley along the Mendocino coast.
The Cornerstone Gardens in Sonoma are beautiful and a nice way to unwind from the wine drinking. Follow all that drinking with a road trip through the many small roads of the multiple big valleys sprawled throughout the north. Hiking in Sonoma and Napa Valley prove to be fun and pay attention the unexpected art within them.
Once you arrive at northern Sonoma county, be explore the Armstrong Redwood Preserve. When the wine is amazing, one may imagine how amazing the food is; some of the best restaurants in the U.S are stationed in this area. Leaving the Wine country and entering the Bay area, one may walk around the steeped yet relaxed streets of San Francisco, which holds some of the nation’s most reputable culture museums as well as the well-known Ferry Building.
Next, venturing into Sacramento, the farm-to-fork capital of the U.S, where all the freshest farm food comes to be. Housing a major contingent of the U.S’ Vietnamese population, Sacramento also offers plenty of amazing Vietnamese food. In the morning, wake up to appreciate the city’s notable coffee culture with the many local roasters nearby to fuel the energy needed to go explore Capital park in downtown and the many farmers markets along the way there. In south Sacramento one may taste the wines of Clarksburg as well as the Lodi wine country. Lassen national park within the mountains proves to satiate anyone’s desires for a volcanic adventure. Follow that with the more intense hiking of the Sierra Nevada mountains and check out Lake Tahoe to appreciate the beauties of nature that lie within Northern California.