Get ready for an amazing journey through the Bay Area – a land of breathtaking landscapes and culinary wonders! 

Here are some must-visit places that promise to make your experience truly unforgettable

  • Santana Row

    Santana Row is Silicon Valley's premier outdoor destination for shopping, dining, living and working. It features over 50 shops, 30 restaurants, the boutique Hotel Valencia and a six-screen movie theatre. This hotspot is located 5 miles from the Double Tree Hilton Hotel San Jose.

  • Downtown San Jose

    Downtown San Jose offers some of the best restaurants, bars and museums in Silicon Valley. Known for its bustling beer bars and cocktail haunts, as well as theaters showing Broadway shows. There's a mix of casual and upscale restaurants, and for a quick bite, San Pedro Square Market is a popular choice. The Tech Museum of Innovation has hands-on displays, while the San Jose Museum of Art shows contemporary works. All places are accessible from the hotel via CalTrain. Distance from hotel is less than 5 miles.

  • Golden Gate Bridge

    Visiting the world famous Golden Gate Bridge is a unique experience for everyone. Whether you hike, walk, bike, shop, take a guided tour, or just sit back and take it all in, there is something for everyone. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge is an hour drive from San Jose and can be accessible via public transportation or by car. July will be the best month to visit as the skies are clear and sunny. 

  • Palace of Fine Arts

    The iconic Palace of Fine Arts is one of the most photographed sites in San Francisco, featured in numerous film and TV productions. It’s also a popular wedding location and dazzling performance venue. Admire the Greco-Roman style Rotunda and colonnades, and watch swans drift across the peaceful lagoon.

    Originally built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition, this urban temple has become a San Francisco treasure, beloved by residents and visitors alike.

  • The Apple Spaceship

    Apple Park is the company's second campus built in Cupertino, California, and it was one of the final products pitched by the late CEO, Steve Jobs. The massive ring-shaped building is now an iconic symbol of Apple's dedication to design, green energy, and the future of technology. The campus is surrounded by grass and trees, has an orchard in the center of the ring, and contains energy and design innovations throughout. Apple Park is the beacon of creativity and unity meant to drive Apple into the future.

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