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Visiting Pleasanton

It is easy to see why visitors flock to Pleasanton all year long. This is a lovely East Bay city that is inviting and offers visitors a true hometown feel not far from San Francisco. Pleasanton is a community-oriented spot a small town flavor that attracts many Pleasanton, California tourists. Visitors come to Pleasanton for to enjoy the downtown area, take part in annual events and explore the nearby area, which is home to many parks, open spaces and vineyards.

Pleasanton Visitors

A good place to start on your visit to Pleasanton, CA is the downtown area. Main Street is the star of this area. Downtown has hundreds of great businesses from small shops with unique items to fantastic flavors in local restaurants.

Anther great aspect of Pleasanton is its relatively close location to both smaller Northern California cities and the big cities of San Francisco and Oakland. Pleasanton is a great spot for day trips to San Francisco or even Napa, California.

There are many great lodging spots to select for your venture into Pleasanton, CA tourism. There are charming locally owned hotels, and you also can find large chains here that offer reliable services.

If you enjoy the outdoors, Pleasanton is a good spot for you. There are dozens and dozens of community and neighborhood parks in Pleasanton to enjoy. You also can find larger regional parks that offer great hiking. The area offers hundreds of miles of trails.

Pleasanton has many museums to explore, and there are a number of great annual events that take place here all year long. Some popular ones are the Summer Wine Stroll and the antique fairs held in spring and fall. You are sure to find something that will delight you on your visit to Pleasanton, CA!

Photography by Christophe Tomatis