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Underrated fun cities in California to visit now


These are the places you must visit if you want to have a wonderful time.

In California, you'll never run out of interesting cities to visit. The Golden State, teeming with entertainment, gastronomy, environment, art, and culture, delivers a plethora of activities to meet any needs. From NorCal’s whimsical towns to SoCal’s coastal paradises, you won’t have to rely only on National casino en ligne for a pleasant experience—these are the places you must visit if you want to have a wonderful time.

1. Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa is a Wine Country jewel noted for its beautiful weather all year and gorgeous open areas. This charming area in California is an appealing place for families wishing to break away from the norm with their kid-friendly vacations. Safari West, one of California's top zoos, is located in Santa Rosa and allows you to get up and personal with awesome species such as wildebeests, cheetahs, and cape buffalos. Do you want to spend more time outside? Take your kids to Spring Lake Regional Park, where they may canoe and paddle boat.

2. Sausalito
While Sausalito is only a short distance from San Fran, it seems like a completely different world to discover. Take your time and enjoy exploring this pleasant California town on foot. Dine al fresco at one of the waterfront eateries that line the city's downtown area. Register for a paddleboarding class while you're there if you're looking for an extra adrenaline rush. And don't forget to check out the houseboats the town is famous for. 

3. Carmel-by-the-Sea
Whether you're in Carmel-By-The-Sea for a romantic vacation, a family vacation, or a single retreat, you'll discover a plethora of enjoyable things to participate in. The coastal community is known for its beautiful beaches, ancient missions, art museums, and pleasant cottages. While you're there, explore as many beaches as you can, go birdwatching at the Carmel River Bird Sanctuary, and wander along Ocean Avenue to see the boutiques, cafés, and art galleries.

4. Temecula
Temecula, in southern California, has its own Wine Country. Temecula, regarded as one of the most enjoyable places in California, has a plethora of options for exciting activities that do not require the consumption of alcohol. Plan a Temecula vacation, enjoy a tour of the historic town, and ride horses around the valley. Do you need to add additional exciting activities to your itinerary? On a hot air balloon tour, you can see its vineyards from above. If you go during the right season, you can also go berry and pumpkin picking at the U-pick farms.

5. Ojai
In Ojai, having a great time definitely looks different. With its diverse topography and natural beauty, the lovely SoCal city is a hiker's heaven. Hike the Matilija Canyon route to get a bird's-eye perspective of the Matilija Dam and the adjacent beautiful slopes. Are you interested in experiencing daily life in Ojai? Explore its two-street downtown area and soak in the bohemian ambiance. Before you go, pay a visit to Ojai Olive Oil to sample the greatest olive oils in Southern California and have a wonderful eating experience.

6. Solvang
Your search for unusual cities to visit in California comes to an end at Solvang, a Danish town right by Santa Barbara. This pleasant tiny town has colorful streets, wonderful food, stunning Scandinavian buildings, and a lot of history. Eat delectable Danish specialties, appreciate historic monuments, and participate in one-of-a-kind Solvang festivities like Solvang Danish Days and Solvang Julefest.

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