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The largest city in California’s celebrated wine country, Santa Rosa is the perfect base for a holiday in Northern California. With Skyscanner you can find the perfect place to stay in Santa Rosa, whatever your budget.

Santa Rosa is the perfect hub for a wine tasting holiday in California. Not only does the city offer a great range of accommodation options, it’s also equidistant from the region’s most popular wine tasting towns: Sonoma, Healdsburg, and Russian River Valley.

Santa Rosa, and Sonoma County as a whole, is where local farming and wine come together. It really is a dream destination for foodies, with plenty of fantastic restaurants eager to show off the region’s fantastic produce. Thankfully Santa Rosa is also within striking distance of gorgeous redwood forests and lakes, so there are plenty of opportunities to get out and get active after a few evenings of over indulgence.

Aside from wine and walking, Santa Rosa also offers plenty in the way of culture. The city is home to the Charles M Schulz Museum, which celebrates the creator of Peanuts.The Sonoma County Museum is a great place to learn about the local area, and the California Museum for Art is a great place to see works by local artists.

In terms of other cultural offerings, Santa Rosa is great for theatre. The town is home to the North Bay Theatre Group, which is an alliance of theatre troupes and companies from around the region. You can catch performances at the 6th Street Playhouse, and during the summer you have plenty of plays to choose from thanks to the Summer Repertory Theatre. During their seven week season they put on multiple shows, with a different one to choose from each night. If you enjoy classical music, make sure to pick up some tickets to the Sonoma County Philharmonic and the Santa Rosa Symphony orchestra.

If you want to be in the heart of the action, look for hotels in Downtown Santa Rosa. The neighbourhood around the Old Courthouse Square and Railroad Square is full of great little shops, as well as some buzzing bars and nightclubs. There are plenty of restaurants in this part of town, and it’s also where the theatre is located.