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If you are going to be visiting Napa Valley soon, you are probably really looking forward to spending time in some of the area's world-renowned tasting rooms. However, even if you don't care for wine, there are plenty of things to do in Napa Valley. For instance, restaurants in the area feature some of the best freshly prepared cuisine in the country, because of the access they have to abundant amounts of delicious local produce.
Some of the top eating establishments in Napa are found in spots which are tucked away on side streets and other out-of-the-way locations.
If you are a nature lover, you will probably agree that one of the most spectacular attractions in Napa Valley is when the fields of mustard plants bloom during the earliest party of spring. Mustard blooms are bright yellow, and there are parts of the Napa Valley where entire fields are completely covered in sun-colored blossoms. Napa Valley tours to view the mustard flowers in bloom are popular activities among visitors during this particular time of year.
Other popular Napa Valley excursions include, of course, the numerous wine tours available throughout the region. Even if you are visiting Napa Valley for business purposes rather than as a tourist, you should take advantage of the chance to visit the region's tasting rooms and enjoy its pleasant bucolic ambiance. You can either join an organized tour or get a map of California wine country and create your own individualized list of must see places. Either way, you are sure to have a fabulous time.
To ensure you experience your stay in CA to the fullest, you should contact our offices here at Expedia for the latest information on Napa Valley activities. Napa Valley is a great place to visit - no matter what time of year - and we can help you tailor your trip to your own individual preferences. For instance, if you don't care much for summer crowds, Napa makes a delightful retreat during the autumn, winter, and spring months.