A weekend in Napa Valley

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If you’re a wine lover who enjoys the great outdoors, then a weekend in California’s beautiful Napa Valley is the best way to unwind after a long and hectic week just don’t leave behind your New Jersey fake ID if you want to make the most of the trip! This wine capital of the country consists of nine separate towns, all offering their own unique characteristics and charm. In addition to Napa, the other towns that are part of Napa Valley include Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford, American Canyon, Angwin, and Lake Berryessa.

Wine Barrels Grapes

Best vineyards and wineries

In wine country, all the wineries and vineyards are stunning and offer premium wines for all tastes. Just a few notable options include Andretti for its award-winning wines, Artesa Winery for its breathtaking views, and Sterling Vineyards, which is perched atop the hills of Napa Valley and is accessible only by aerial tram. The towns throughout Napa Valley provide a plethora of limousine and chauffeur services to take you around to the finest spots for wine tasting, or you can sign up for one of the many group wine tours that Napa Valley offers. If you’re looking for something a little different, hop on board the Napa Valley Wine Train or the Napa Valley Wine Trolley.

Napa Valley Vineyard

The great outdoors

If and when you ever decide you’ve had enough of touring gorgeous vineyards and sipping fabulous wine, take to the great outdoors. Napa Valley has some of the best parks in the region for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. You can even go on a traditional African-style safari in Calistoga and get up close with some exotic wildlife. Adventurers looking to get their adrenaline pumping can partake in skydiving or hot air ballooning which is just one of many things to do napa valley; those looking for something a little more mellow can hit the green with one of Napa Valley’s many golf courses. If the weather isn’t ideal or you’re simply not the outdoorsy type, Napa Valley also offers other ways to relax, such as world-class spas. And if you love art or antiquing, don’t miss Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley in Yountville.

Sunrise at Vineyard

Chartering a plane to Napa Valley

The easiest way to get to Napa Valley is by chartering a flight through Luxury Aircraft Solutions and flying directly to Napa County Airport. This is a small airport known as the “Skyport to Wine Country” and is only open to private aircraft and charter flights. If you choose to fly commercial, you’ll need to fly into San Francisco International Airport or Oakland International Airport, but you’ll still be over an hour drive away from Napa Valley. Why fly into a commercial airport that’s over an hour outside of Napa Valley when can you fly directly to your destination on one of our luxury aircrafts? Whether you need transportation from California or from another part of the country, contact Luxury Aircraft Solutions today to learn more about chartering your flight to Napa Valley.