Napa Valley Wine Country is the most popular and ultimate retreat for wine and food lovers, wine travelers, and romantics. Napa Valley offers hundreds of wineries, with most are open to visitors for wine tasting or tours. Even if you’re not a wine lover, the quaint towns, picturesque countryside, and world-class restaurants, great hotels, and spas are reasons enough to visit. If you can, plan to spend a couple of days just to get to know the Napa Valley. No matter how long you stay, you’ll probably never get enough of the romantic, indulgent way of life.
With all that is has to offer, Napa Valley Wine Country is relatively small in size. It’s just 35 miles long, which means you can venture from one end to the other in just under an hour (traffic permitting). Conveniently, most of the large wineries — as well as most of the Napa Valley hotels, shops, and restaurants — line a single road, Highway 29. While this is the easiest way to navigate the Napa Valley, don’t miss driving the scenic Silverado Trail which is located just to the east of Highway 29. Southern Napa Valley features the cities and towns of Napa, Yountville, Oakville, and Rutherford. Northern Napa Valley features the towns of St. Helena and Calistoga. Booking your hotel in any of these towns will put you in close proximity to many top wineries that feature fabulous Napa Valley wine.
Napa Valley Wine Country Map