Travelers To and From Sacramento makes it easy for Sacramento visitors to learn about the city quickly. If you are traveling to Sacramento to make your San Francisco trip more affordable, be sure to take a virtual tour of San Francisco. The great thing about Sacramento is that it's only a 90 minute drive to the Bay and is a much more affordable place to stay.

If you are thinking about moving to the area or are just visiting, this site can direct you to exciting places in town. Booking your own flights and hotels online usually produces the best travel deals. Visit the food video section to learn about local restaurants. If you need transportion visit the news/info page, which links transit sites, Google maps, traffic, weather and lists local television and radio stations. is a useful travel companion for enjoying Sacramento in action whether you are visiting town or travelling out of town.

Something for Bay Area residents and visitors to consider is that Sacramento is just 90 minutes away from the Bay and offers much more affordable solutions for many things. Savings can certainly be found in Sacramento for: food, lodging, video production, audio recording and live entertainment. It's also an affordable place to live for people deciding to move here. Sacramento's other neighbors, Reno and Tahoe, provide a fun getaways, especially in the winter for skiiers and summers. Folsom, which is just 30 miles east of Sacramento, is home to several historic landmarks.

One reason to visit Sacramento is that you can selectively find great local entertainment on a steady basis. Following the wave of Sacramento artists who enjoyed national success from the 1980s through 2000s, Sacramento has emerged as a region for homegrown music. ReverbNation lists over 3000 artists from Sacramento beyond the names we've heard over the years such as Tesla, Club Nouveau, Cake, Cause & Effect, Deftones, Papa Roach and Oleander. Rising regional talent whose music can be found on iTunes include Deer Park Avenue, The Kimberly Trip and Kevin Seconds.

Here are some celebrated Northern California places to visit:

Taking the Napa Valley Wine Train Tour
South Lake Tahoe Ski Season
A Look at Yosemite Falls
A Virtual Tour of the Bay Bridge
San Francisco Bay Area Tourist Attractions
History of the Golden Gate Bridge
A Virtual Tour of Silicon Valley
UC Davis Station KDVS: Freeform College Radio
Visiting Mammoth Lakes
Exploring the Scenic Beauty of Sausalito
The Peak of Mount Shasta

Yosemite, 2012
Bart Good of Sacramento shares footage of his August 9 and 10, 2012 visit to Yosemite featuring beautiful mountain peaks, streams and bodies of water. It highlights some of the National Park's most stunning views. Uploaded by bcgood1987 on YouTube.

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