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As an art slowly perfected through centuries of trial and error, winemaking offers savvy travelers insight into how to wander more wisely. Namely, be patient and take time to savor every note. Luckily your trip to California’s wine country doesn’t have to take years to age to perfection--you’ll find things to do in Napa Valley that furnish a luxurious, languorous experience even on a quick weekend getaway.
When on a trip to the heart of winemaking in California, a (generous) measure of tasting is to be expected. Visiting local vineyards tops the list of Napa Valley attractions and seeing rows of winding vines stretching out before you will complement an already healthy appreciation for an opulent pinot noir or creamy chardonnay. A jaunty trolley tour, added to one of our Napa Valley vacations, will allow you to make several stops while providing effortlessly windswept hair. The area is also home to a number of critically acclaimed restaurants specializing in fresh ingredients prepared to inventive and exacting standards. Perhaps a crispy duck salad or fresh, lemon-garlic oysters would suit your palate? If you find yourself unable to choose which well-received dish to order, knowledgeable locals can offer advice on what to do. In Napa Valley, food is a religion. You’ll have many opportunities to relax indoors, but a hike through nearby Muir Woods is a must. Walking among the massive, almost mystical redwoods will leave you feeling introspective and will make an evening glass of locally grown ambrosia taste even more well-earned.
At Travelocity, our goal is to help you live your travel dreams with the best deals on Napa Valley hotels, airfare, and activities to enrich your own unhurried aging process for a bright, full-bodied vintage. Book today and start contemplating which of your outfits pair best with merlot.