Sunny Beach, blue sky and blue sea. Where do you want to come to California? Is that the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, Lombard Street, Fisherman’s Wharf? Or maybe SeaWorld San Diego and Legoland? Also at Disneyland, Los Angeles, Universal Studios Hollywood?
In short, there are lots of fun places in California. And we will discuss the six most valuable places in California to visit, starting from the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, Venice Beach, to Yosemite National Park, one of the most beautiful national parks in the west. And make sure you drift away in the wind and get drunk in your nap in Napa Valley. So where will you go first when you are in California?
A dozen years ago, Venice Beach was probably known as a paradise for wanderers and gangsters. But today, this place is one of the coolest environments in the United States. Here, you will get a beach view mixed with various street performances. Shopping centers are not far from there.
Hundreds of people from all over the world gathered to play drums, shakers, congas and others, while others danced and sang. Street performers, weight lifters, bohemian residents and unique wholesale shops make the beach more diverse and modern. In addition, poets, painters, tourists, pulley drivers, cyclists, street artists can be seen everywhere.
Venice Beach is one of the many attractive LA beaches, and the only one where the Venice beach board lives on the stage of the Pacific Ocean. Then, the famous Venice Breakwater, a local favorite surfing spot, was built by Abbot Kinney in 1905 to protect the cruise dock.
Los Angeles is indeed famous as a shopper’s paradise, and for shopping fans, the Kinney Abbot is a must. You can find it by tracing the road a few blocks from Venice Beach, Abbot Kinney Blvd. What a very interesting place! GQ Magazine named Abbot Kinney “The Coolest Block in America.”
Do you like to drink while chatting with your friends? Every weekday starting at 5pm, the bar offers a variety of drinks, sushi and special appetizers. You can enjoy your relaxing time there. But keep in mind that any form of smoking, alcohol consumption, and glass bottles do not seem permitted.
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park is located in the Sierra Nevada (Spanish: Snowy Mountains) in eastern California. This is one of the most beautiful and most visited national parks in the western United States, receiving at least 3.5 million visitors every year. It used to be the hometown of Ahwahneechee, with peaks, towering rocks, and waterfalls flowing on rivers, winding rivers, thousands of miles from the path, with thousands of wild animals and plants.
In short, this is a place that can surprise you anytime. Even so, if you want to camp in the park, you need to apply for a wilderness permit. May be you can get it for free in the Yosemite Valley Desert Center, or you can get it by phone and mail, but you need a few dollars.
Napa Valley is recognized as the best gourmet destination and world famous wine region. As everyone knows, there are many places in the world where Michelin has the best restaurants Among more than 200 wineries in Napa Valley, there is the world-famous Robert Mondavi, Stags Leap, Chateau Montelena, but more like a family. Small wine. Before heading to Napa Valley, you can go to the passenger service center in the city to get a winery map and request information such as celebrations or hotels.
Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco is one of the cities that everyone likes, and the San Francisco postcard, the Golden Gate Bridge, is a good choice. Even the movie “Ecstasy”, “X-Men 3”, “Rise of the Orbs” have used this bridge. The bridge has a total length of 2,737.4 meters and has 6 lanes, with an average daily traffic of 100,000 vehicles. There are 3 best places to see the beautiful scenery there: 1. Fort Point on the south side of the bridge, 2. Vista Point near Sasalito, 3. Battery Spencer on the other side of the bridge.
Mark Twain said: “To breathe the same air as the angels, you must go to Tahoe.” Lake Tahoe is a large lake caused by the movement of two faults between mountains. There are many hills around the lake. There are ski resorts, which attract many people every year. The closest Squaw Village, after a place for the Winter Olympics, is an exceptional ski resort. Interestingly, even though the snow period lasted for 8 months, the lake did not freeze.
Located in the desert valley of California, Death Valley is one of the lowest, warmest and driest regions in the world. It is a magical work of nature and a magical paradise for adventurers, consisting of golden sand dunes, endless deserts, endless deep ravines, high mountains and valleys. If you are lucky, you will also get a hot spring.