Napa is one of the world's best wine-growing regions, with hundreds of wineries sprawling over rolling hills. Besides arguably being the U.S.' best wine-tasting destination, popular visitor activities include drinking, eating, shopping, spa-going and Eco-tourism. Read more
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Napa is one of the world's best wine-growing regions, with hundreds of wineries sprawling over rolling hills. Napa Valley, unlike its neighbor Sonoma Valley, can occasionally feel a little touristy (it's not uncommon to see a tour bus parked at a winery), and it also feels geared toward visitors with cash to spend -- so those with lighter wallets might feel a little out of place. But perhaps that's inevitable in the U.S.' best wine-tasting destination, where the most popular visitor activities are drinking, eating, shopping, and spa-going. Hikers, non-drinkers, and eco-tourists can expect to have (almost) as much fun as wine experts, however -- Napa offers a wide range of attractions apart from wine tasting and fine dining. In fact, Napa Valley has the world's busiest hot-air balloon tour industry, and is home to some of the most charming towns in California.