Spend a relaxing day outside of San Francisco on this Wine Country bike tour! After pickup from the James Lick Memorial Statue in the morning, head to Wine Country to explore the gorgeous wine-making region Northern California is famous for. Depending on the day, you’ll visit Napa Valley, Dry Creek Valley or Russian River Valley and enjoy an easy, scenic bike ride from winery to winery – a fun and unique way to experience this beautiful region. Sample exquisite local wine, take in the magnificent scenery, and stop for a gourmet picnic lunch among the vineyards.
• 8 hours
Visit three wineries in Napa Valley’s northern regions of Calistoga and St Helena on the Napa Valley Wine Trolley! Traveling on a motorized replica of a historic San Francisco cable car, you’ll head north of Yountville to Castello di Amorosa, a winery modeled after a 13th-century Tuscan castle that you can tour. Then visit two more premium wineries, and enjoy a picnic-style lunch from a local grocer. A knowledgeable guide will provide fun facts and information about Napa’s famous wines. Must be 21 years or older to take this tour.
• 6.5 hours
Leave the hustle and bustle of San Francisco and discover the world-renowned California Wine Country! You will sip wines as you bicycle your way through Napa Valley or Sonoma County, and enjoy a Wine Country lunch, typically with local organic salad greens, fresh baked bread, artisan cheeses, seasonal fruit and dessert, as well as other delectable additions.This is the perfect choice for those looking for a bike tour of California's beautiful back roads at a leisurely pace. As you cycle through the countryside, your local, professional guide will tell you about the history of the area and take you to wineries for wine tastings.
• 5.5 hours
Cover two of San Francisco's top highlights with a wine country bike tour and admission to Alcatraz Island. First, head up to Napa Valley, Dry Creek Valley or Russian River Valley for a relaxing bike ride to four wineries with a local wine expert guide. Take in the beautiful landscapes as you learn about winemaking and enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch among the vineyards. The following day at Alcatraz, listen to the voices of notorious prisoners and explore the cellblock with the provided audio tour.
• 2 days
Napa Valley, a world famous wine area, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in California.Napa Valley is home to over 400 wineries, each unique. From the famous wine cellars to fantastic family-owned wineries, there is a place for you. Whether you are a first time visitor the Valley or an experienced wine connoisseur, our friendly staff can point you in the right direction and don't fret if wine isn't your cup of tea - everyone can enjoy the wine country's world class restaurants and breathtaking views.
• 6 hours