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Sacramento Vacations

Put on your marching shoes, traveler, and prepare to ramble along cobblestone streets in timeless Sacramento, one of California’s oldest and most fabled cities. Beyond the Spanish missions and the fabled Gold Rush is the fascinating background of the place itself; did you know that after repeated flooding in the 1800s, one neighborhood literally raised itself from the water, lifting its buildings 9 feet above the previous level? Come see “The Indomitable City” for yourself with a Sacramento vacation package.

Explore the City of Trees

The city’s temperate climate means you can enjoy trips to Sacramento year-round. Catch a glimpse of California’s government in action on a free tour of the State Capitol, and followed by a leisurely stroll amid the rose and cactus gardens. If you’re ready to succumb to the lure of California’s great outdoors, consider renting a bike and roaming along the American River Bike Trail. It runs past Sutter’s Landing Park and the Guy West Bridge, a miniature Golden Gate Bridge that looks just as spectacular in the setting sun. There’s no shortage of adventure to be found on your Sacramento vacation; no matter what season you visit during, you’ll be able to enjoy the vast beauty of the outdoors.

Hotels in Sacramento

With rolling rivers, incredible cuisine, and ample amounts of culture, there’s something here for everyone, whether you’re on a family vacation in Sacramento or visiting town on a solo escape. Need help choosing a place to stay? Here are four of the city’s most popular hotels.

  • Delta King Hotel: Why stay near the river when you can stay right on it? This restored riverboat hotel docked in Old Town Sacramento is right near the California State Railroad Museum, and features two professional theaters and an on-site wine school. The Delta King is also a short walk from the city’s downtown district, making it easy for you to explore some celebrated sights before stepping back aboard your hotel.
  • Hyatt Regency Sacramento: Thrill your taste buds with Northern California’s finest fare at this hotel, which is adjacent to the convention center and the Capitol. If you love seafood and steak, take a seat at the highly acclaimed Dawson’s Steakhouse, or swing by Vine’s Cafe for a more health-conscious meal. Either way, when you get back from seeing Sacramento’s sights, take your pick of restaurants before relaxing by the heated outdoor pool.
  • Vagabond Inn Executive Old Town: This hotel is located within walking distance of the Capitol, broadening your sightseeing opportunities. Learn about the Gold Rush in Sacramento’s Historic District, or work up an appetite at Sutter’s Fort. When you’re ready to sample regional cuisine or get some retail therapy, head for Downtown Plaza.
  • Good Nite Inn Sacramento: This venue is particularly well-suited to exploring the area, as it’s located near a number of popular sights. Hike through the trails of Discovery Park and American River Parkway, then rest easy at this East Sacramento accommodation. Take a tour of the palatial Governor’s mansion, or follow the river north to the mighty Folsom Lake.

Live the Farm-to-Fork Life

When it comes to food in this capital city, produce is second to none. Residents take their fruits and veggies very seriously. Witness the locals’ appreciation for agriculture when you attend festivals honoring avocados, bananas, and tomatoes. Here you’ll bite into the freshest fruit you’ve ever tasted before sampling the latest vintages from local wineries. If you’re visiting in February, rent a car and drive to Capay Valley for the world’s largest and oldest almond festival. Thinking about a vacation in Sacramento during the summer? Don’t miss the state fair, attended by more than 1 million people each year.

Say Hello to Sacramento

Are you ready to experience the magic that awaits you in California’s capital? Travelocity’s Sacramento package deals make it easier than ever to book a vacation to this city at any time of year. And by bundling your hotel and flight, you’ll save hundreds of dollars and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with arranging everything in one place. Find the perfect package today, and you might catch yourself exclaiming California’s state motto: Eureka!

How much are vacation packages to Sacramento?

Epic adventures await in Sacramento, with Travelocity vacation packages from as low as . Including hotels and flights, these amazing deals are an easy way to visit every corner of the globe.

How long should my Sacramento vacation be?

On average, people stay 2 nights in Sacramento. But that mightn't be nearly enough time for you. If your aim is to see some of the region's hidden gems, how about adding a few extra nights to your travel schedule?

Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Sacramento?

There are excellent Sacramento package deals to be gained with Travelocity. Did you know we partner with as many as 400 airlines and 665,000 properties across the globe? Remember this when you're ready to check another place off your list.

Why should I purchase my vacation package with Travelocity?

Savings, support and a stress-free booking are just the tip of the iceberg. Enjoy a fulfilling travel experience knowing you have access to round-the-clock support. With the Travelocity Price Match Guarantee, you know you'll always get the best deal available.

Can I save on my car rental if I book it with hotels and flights?

Bundling your hotel, car and flight into a Sacramento vacation package is an excellent way to score an incredible deal. Plus, having your own rental car gives you absolute freedom to get to all the landmarks you're itching to explore. Located 75 miles from Sacramento, Golden Gate Bridge is one place that should feature on your itinerary. Fill up the tank and make a day trip of it.

What is the best time of year to go to Sacramento?

If you're watching your pennies, July is a terrific month to explore Sacramento, while October is the dearest time of year. June, July, May is generally regarded as high season. If you'd rather dodge the crowds, October, December, November are usually quieter.

Which airport is best for Sacramento?

The top airport for Sacramento is Sacramento, CA (SMF-Sacramento Intl.). You'll find it 9 miles southeast of downtown.

What is there to do in Sacramento?

There is an undeniable magic as you wander through the streets of Sacramento. Travis Air Force Base and California State Capitol are just two attractions that make this city so special, so put them at the top of your to-do list.

Where should I stay when visiting Sacramento?

You have ample options, with Central Sacramento and Downtown Sacramento being the more well-liked neighborhoods among visitors. If the former better suits your Sacramento itinerary, have a look at the Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Sacramento (2.5 stars) and the La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Sacramento Downtown (2.5 stars). If you'd prefer the latter, check in to the Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Sacramento (2.5 stars) or the Hyatt Regency Sacramento (4.0 stars).



Top Sacramento Hotels Deals

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Residence Inn by Marriott Sacramento Airport Natomas

Residence Inn by Marriott Sacramento Airport Natomas

3.0 out of 5.0 2618 Gateway Oaks Drive, Sacramento, CA
4.7/5
(10 Reviews)
This hotel features an outdoor pool and an outdoor tennis court. Traveling on business? Take advantage of the business center, free WiFi in public areas, and free train station pick-up. Enjoy the 24-hour fitness center and free perks like buffet breakfast and free self parking.
$119
Hyatt Place Sacramento Roseville

Hyatt Place Sacramento Roseville

3.0 out of 5.0 220 Conference Center Dr, Roseville, CA
4.1/5
(11 Reviews)
This hotel features a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a bar/lounge. Traveling on business? Take advantage of the 24-hour business center and free WiFi in public areas. Enjoy the fitness center and free perks like buffet breakfast and free self parking.
$93
Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Cal Expo

Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Cal Expo

3.0 out of 5.0 1782 Tribute Road, Sacramento, CA
3.8/5
(5 Reviews)
This hotel features an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a restaurant. Traveling on business? Take advantage of the business center and free WiFi in public areas. Enjoy the fitness center and free perks like on-the-go breakfast and free self parking.

Where to stay in Sacramento: Best areas for travelers

  • Nevada City: If you can't get enough of sightseeing, this is the vacation destination for you. Well-known attractions like Nevada Theatre, Tahoe National Forest Headquarters and Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum are ready to be explored. Add to that cozy places such as the Broad Street Inn, the Northern Queen Inn and the Outside Inn — what more do you need?

Things to do in Sacramento

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Top Flight Deals to Sacramento

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