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How to Get to Napa Valley and Sonoma County

By Published On: June 2nd, 2022

Expert Guide on Best Ways to Travel to Wine Country

Napa Valley & Sonoma are two of the most stunning locations you will ever visit. With beautiful weather and countryside, you will never forget your time there.

Napa Valley & Sonoma are famous for being the best wine growing regions on Earth! With countless wineries to visit, Napa Valley & Sonoma are a wine connoisseur’s dream. 

Take it from us, Beau Wine Tours, we’re one of the highest reviewed luxury touring fleet and chauffeur service for wine tours in Napa Valley & Sonoma.

Over the last twenty-five years we have curated wine tours that exceed our client’s expectations and provided them with a customized, luxury transportation experience. As a result of our high standards, we have experienced tremendous growth and success, earning accolades both locally and nationally. 

But what about actually getting to wine country!?

There are numerous ways of getting to Napa Valley & Sonoma, whether that is by boat, car, train or air travel! Whether you’re a California local, or traveling from further afield, there’s a number of travel options that allow you a wonderful entry into the wine country. 

Airports near Sonoma County and Napa Valley

For those traveling from far and wide, there are many airports to touchdown on when visiting Wine Country, including:

  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO) 

Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and make a stop and the look out point for a photo op! And, maybe you would like a little walk in the redwoods, with a stop at the famous Muir Woods!

  • Oakland International Airport (OAK)

Hwy 80 has some great stops along the way, HIGHLY recommend The Dead Fish, for lunch!

  • Sacramento International Airport (SMF)

Stop at the Nut Tree Shopping center, for some great shopping! Stop in Old Town Sacramento and visit our State Capital! 

  • Sonoma County Airport (STS)

This historical Location, known as the Charles M. Schultz airport has snoopy and Charlie brown ready for photos! Maybe a little jaunt over to Russian River or Armstrong woods will scratch your nature itch. The gorgeous vineyard views will be all around you as you land!

These airports provide the perfect travel solution when traveling long distances and will have travel options for the next step of your wine tasting journey. 

The San Francisco Bay Ferry

Are you more of an avid seafarer?

Then the San Francisco Ferry is for you. Traveling to both Sonoma County and Napa Valley, the ferry provides a beautiful, scenic route for part of your journey. This will take you to Vallejo or Larkspur, where you can continue on to Napa or Sonoma.

Tackle land AND sea! 

Private Transportation Services 

We may be biased, but utilizing private chauffeured transportation is one of the easiest and most convenient way to experience Sonoma County and Napa Valley to its fullest. You can even reserve luxury vehicles such as limousines, SUVs, and buses to wine country straight from the airports! But it’s not just the ‘pick-up and drop off’, it is so much more.

At Beau Wine Tours, our dedicated staff have an extensive background in wine and hospitality across the regions, so are able to provide an educational, insightful experience to make your trip one to remember, hitting all of the great hotspots along the way!

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