There are a few ways that visitors can reach Napa Valley, which include by plane, car, bus or train.

            For many, the journey to Napa Valley begins with a flight into one of Northern California’s major airports.  The Sacramento International Airport is located roughly 60 miles east of the valley.  Check out these Driving Directions: Sacramento to Napa Valley for more information.  The San Francisco International Airport is Northern California’s largest and busiest airport, and located about 55 miles south of the valley.  Check out these Driving Directions: San Francisco to Napa Valley for more information.  The Oakland International Airport is the closest major airport to the valley, located only 50 miles south.  Check out these Driving Directions: Oakland to Napa Valley for more information.  Two smaller airports located within the valley are the Napa County Airport , and the Angwin Airport.

            Renting a car after arriving at the airport is the ideal way to finish the trip to Napa Valley.  For more information, check out the following links:

            For information about traveling to the Napa Valley by bus from hundreds of cities and towns throughout the US and Canada, visit the Greyhound Bus website.

            The Amtrak train company has over 170 stations in California and hundreds more throughout the US.