Napa Valley Wine Train Offers Plenty of Fun

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Train trips used to be one of the only ways to travel. Although planes and automobiles have overtaken trains in many respects, locomotives are still a beloved means of getting to and fro.

In addition to metropolitan and cross-country transportation, trains are also great for another luxurious activity: wining and dining! Across America, leisurely train trips that offer the chance to relax and unwind while indulging in delicious food and beverages are making a big impression. People can escape from the stress and overwhelming list of responsibilities in daily life to enjoy a fabulous journey, free of hassles and worries. It’s hard to think of anything better than sitting back with a tasty glass of wine and expansive views of our country’s gorgeous natural landscapes.

Enjoy the tastes and flavors of a particular region by climbing aboard a train trip. One of the best in northern California is the Napa Valley Wine Train. If you’re looking for beautiful views and buzzworthy drinks, then this is your place. The Napa Valley Wine Train runs on a railroad built in 1864 by Samuel Brannan, a well-known businessman in San Francisco. With historic touches and a luxurious vibe, this train transports guests through one of the world’s most celebrated wine regions.

With 789 square miles of lush greenery and stunning vistas, this train journey is tough to beat. Check out a video of the experience here.

Another appreciated feature of this tour is the fact that the wines are exquisite, and the Napa Valley Wine Train offers a variety of options that take visitors to different wineries. There’s also the ever-popular holiday tours aboard the Santa Train. This family-friendly excursion takes travelers to the “North Pole.” Ticket prices vary depending on the excursion. The Gourmet Express Lunch starts at $149.00.

For more information and to book your tickets for the Napa Valley Wine Train, please visit the official website HERE.


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I am a multimedia journalist and proud graduate from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication. I am originally from Minnesota, and I love learning about my second home, Arizona, and all of it's awesome communities through my contributions to My Local News! When I was a little girl, I created my own "newspaper" for my neighborhood and spent all my time writing, printing and sending each edition to my loyal subscribers (AKA my family and neighbors!). Now, it's a dream come true to be able to write everyday and have a positive impact on communities through my reporting. In my free time, I love to travel, hike, cook and spend time with my family and friends.
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