Come enjoy one of California’s most exciting cities, San Francisco and spend
two nights in the Fisherman’s Wharf area. Experience a delicious lunch and wine pairing on board the Napa Valley Wine Train and enjoy tours and tastings at three of California’s wonderful wineries.
1 Arrive in California
Upon arrival in San Francisco, transfer to your lodging in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf area. Your Tour Manager will be available at 6:00 p.m. in the lobby to offer dining suggestions.
2 Touring in San Francisco
Following breakfast, embark on a local guide-led narrated tour of San Francisco where you will see so many of the landmarks that made the city known throughout the world. See Union Square, Twin Peaks, Golden Gate Park as well as Chinatown and the world’s most crooked street.
In the afternoon embark on a narrated San Francisco Bay cruise, taking in the city’s waterfront, Fort Mason, the Presidio, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Maybe even ride on one of the city’s famed cable cars. Tonight, dinner is on historic Fisherman’s Wharf. Meals: B, D
3 Napa Valley Wine Train & Buena Vista Winery
Travel today to beautiful Napa Valley to climb aboard the meticulously restored vintage rail cars of the Napa Valley Wine Train. While on board, enjoy a welcome glass of sparkling wine while your waiter brings a freshly prepared gourmet lunch. Take in the views of the vineyards and wineries as they pass by. Then head to the oldest commercial winery in California, Buena Vista. Founded in 1857 by Agoston Haraszthy the winery is still located on its original grounds. Enjoy a tasting of four of their fine wines. Meals: B, L
4 Kunde Family Winery, Charles M. Schulz & Sbragia Family Vineyards
Begin the day at Kunde Family Winery. Established in 1904, this fifth-generation sustainably farmed
estate lies at the heart of Sonoma County’s famed Valley the Moon. Embark on their Barrel Tour tasting five of their exquisite wines and tour the Aging Caves. A stroll around the town square will take you past former Mexican barracks, 19th-century hotels, the San Francisco Solano Mission and the site of the Bear Flag Revolt. Enjoy lunch on your own in this quaint California town.
On your way north, stop at the Charles M. Schulz Museum,
creator of the beloved Peanuts characters. Coming into the Dry Creek Valley your destination is Sbragia Family Vineyards. At this third-generation winery a special “Bites & Flights” program has been expertly designed for you be the estate’s Chef pairing your wine tastings with individual dinner courses. A fitting farewell dinner for your trip.
Meals: B, D
5 Return Home
Your tour ends with a group transfer to the San Francisco International Airport for flights home after 12:00 p.m. Meal: B