Classic California

Classic California

14 Days
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Classic California

14 Days

Visiting: USA

Tour operator:

Riviera Travel

Tour code:

CF

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$4183 (USD) including Flights from the UK

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Tour Overview

Explore the golden beaches, glamourous towns, open roads and expansive national parks of California and visit three iconic US cities - Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego. 

Slip on your sunglasses, it's time to explore the USA's Golden State. Incredible natural vistas, laid-back cities, beautiful coastlines and a world-famous wine region - California has it all. What else would you expect from a state whose motto is 'Eureka', literally 'I've found it'? 

Starting in San Francisco, we'll explore three world-class cities, heading to the star-studded Los Angeles and ending our journey in laid-back San Diego. Along the way, we'll taste the delicious wines that California is famous for and stop at charming coastal towns and cities that look out onto the Pacific Ocean. We'll also visit one of the world's greatest national parks, Yosemite to see its craggy mountains, post-card-perfect lakes and fragrant forests. 

This holiday is ideal for travellers who don't just want to say they visited California, they've sampled everything it has to offer. 

Highlights

  • Discover breathtaking natural vistas in Yosemite National Park, seeing giant granite monoliths - like El Capitan and the Half Dome - and its thunderous waterfalls. 

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  • Taste the world-renowned Californian wines grown in The Golden State's wine regions of Nappa Valley and Sonoma. 

  • Visit the three biggest cities in California - Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego - with guided tours of their famous landmarks. 

  • Explore California's Pacific Coastline, visit its beach towns and cities, and take a road trip along 17-Mile Drive - one of the world's most scenic motorways. 

  • See the giant sequoias of Calaveras National Park. 

Itinerary

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Day 1

Today we’ll fly to San Francisco, arriving late afternoon or early evening, and check into our hotel. The rest of the evening is to spend at your leisure.

Our hotel is located in the Fisherman's Wharf area of the Golden Gate City, just a block from the waterfront. You'll be right in the heart of a bustling centre. Listen out for the cheery bell of the city's iconic cable cars, hop on board to find dinner tonight - there are plenty of restaurants and bars nearby to relax in after a day spent travelling. While you’re out and about, don’t forget to check out the view of the infamous prison on Alcatraz Island from one of the Wharf's many piers.

Day 2

San Francisco

Nestling on a bay astride the Pacific Ocean, dominated by the instantly recognisable Golden Gate Bridge, the city spreads out over 43 steep hills on one side and a vibrant green carpet of forests on the other. 

From its very beginning as a 19th-century mining boomtown to the sophisticated metropolis we'll introduce you to today, San Francisco has always been at the forefront of advancement – first it was industrial, now it's tech. It's an incubator of innovation - so you can expect the best cuisine, museums and cultural institutions to rival the greatest cities in the world. (Pretty impressive for a city of only three million people.) 

This morning, we'll enjoy an orientation tour of the city, starting near our hotel in Fisherman's Wharf. We'll see the cosmopolitan hub that is Union Square with its huge amphitheatre and granite pedestals where the artsy city performers entertain passersby. And visit the city's renowned Golden Gate Park to see the beautiful displays of flowers before making our way up to the Twin Peaks by coach. Standing over 900 feet above the city the viewpoints here offer sweeping views of the city, the bay and beyond.  

Afternoon at leisure

The rest of the day is then yours to explore at leisure. You could amble through Chinatown, the largest outside of Asia. With 30 blocks to explore, you could certainly spend an afternoon getting lost here, stumbling upon something new around every corner. Down one alley a quiet incense-filled temple where locals gather to pray; down another, a Fortune Cookie Factory where nimble-fingered workers rapidly fold fortune cookies to a symphony of whirring machinery. Alternatively, you could stroll down to the Ferry Plaza Building on the waterfront, which has been converted into a huge alfresco Farmer's market that San Franciscans flock to every Saturday. Or undertake an expedition around the bay by one of the many ferry services, seeing Alcatraz Island up close or sailing around Angel Island.

Included experience

Orientation tour of San Francisco.

Day 3

Nappa

We'll spend the day indulging our inner oenophile (or 'wine lover') with visits to the wine areas of Napa Valley and Sonoma. 

We'll adventure through the beautiful countryside of California's most famous wine-producing regions, where there are hundreds of wineries to explore. Together we'll uncover a few hidden gems among Napa's gentle slopes and visit a local winery for a tasting of their delicious wine.

The reigning grape in Nappa is a Cabernet Sauvignon, which often shows dark red and black fruits, tobacco, mocha, and hints of spice. With its medium to full body and great structure, it's become a signature for Napa Valley. And the bottles are highly sought after. The most expensive wine ever sold here was a Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon 1992, which sold for $500,000. (A very expensive exception to the dated rule of rare wines, as it wasn't even a decade old at the time of purchase.) 

Sonoma

Sonoma, while less well-known, is much more expansive - it's almost double the size of Napa - and much more laid back. It's considered the birthplace of California's modern wine industry and boasts the state's oldest premium winery and the longest continually operating family winery. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc are some of the most popular grapes on offer here but the towering peaks, miles of Pacific coastline, oak-studded hills and sun-kissed valleys create the perfect growing conditions for over 60+ grape varieties. We couldn't possibly taste every variety, so we'll just take our pick of the best during a wine-tasting in a local winery.

Included experiences

Visits to the wine regions of Napa Valley and Sonoma.

Day 4

Calaveras National Park

As we head east from the coast towards Sonora this morning, we'll stop to admire the views in Calaveras National Park. 

You can look out for the Stanislaus River, Beaver Creek, ancient volcanic formations and natural meadows as we travel through that park, but the main attraction here is the trees. The park is home to some of the world's largest trees, giant sequoias. Many sequoias stretch 250 - 300 feet into the air - the tallest recorded sequoia is 325 feet high (that's taller than a 26-story building). While their height is impressive, it's their girth that is the real wonder. Many of the giant trees have diameters over 30 feet near the ground (that's wider than 5 park benches side by side). 

Sonora

We'll continue onto Sonora in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills, arriving early evening. Founded during the California Gold Rush of the mid-1800s and known as the 'Queen of the Southern Mines', Sonora still holds on to its historic downtown charm and is the perfect base to explore nearby Yosemite National Park.

Included experience

Visit to Calaveras National Park.

Day 5

We'll drive through the epic scenery of Yosemite Valley as we enter the park this morning. The sight of mighty granite peaks and cliffs, carpeted by fragrant forests of oaks, firs and pines, and the distant rumble of falling water excites the senses. The valley is home to some of Yosemite's most famous landmarks - Yosemite Falls, El Capitan, Cathedral Rocks as well as the most famous view of Yosemite, Tunnel View. From this viewpoint, you can see El Capitan and Bridalveil Fall rising from Yosemite Valley, with Half Dome in the background. These are some of the most staggering views in the USA.

Continuing deeper into the lush, forested valley floor, enclosed by cliffs on either side, we'll enjoy views of some of the highest waterfalls in North America. We'll also see El Capitan up close with a straight-up view of the granite monolith from El Capitan Meadow as well as the Half Dome. You won’t soon forget the undeniable natural grandeur of Yosemite National Park.

Included experience

Visit to Yosemite National Park.

Day 6

Today, we'll head back towards the California Coast to Monterey. It's a city of California's firsts, including the first theatre, brick house, publicly funded school, public building, public library and printing press, which printed The Californian, California's first newspaper. We also wouldn't blame you for thinking this is the birthplace of Monterey Jack Cheese, but you'd be wrong. The hard cheese actually originated in nearby Carmel Valley (which we’ll pass through tomorrow) and is named after a ruthlessly corrupt businessman, David Jack. 

On arrival we'll tour the city, walking in the footsteps of figures like author John Steinbeck - who spent years living in and writing about the area - and enjoying the entertaining mix of wildlife, coastal views and important history. Included in our tour will be a visit to the historic Fisherman's Wharf. Once a wholesale fish market in the 1960s, it has now become a tourist attraction. Vendors selling chowder and candy compete with the adorable but noisy locals - a herd of seals that spend their days lounging on the rocky beach below the pier, alongside other marine life, like pelicans and sea otters.

Included experiences

Tour of Monterey, with a visit to Fisherman's Wharf.

Day 7

17-Mile Drive

This morning, we'll drive along one of the world's most scenic motorways, 17-Mile Drive. With sweeping views of the Pacific Coast, we travel through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula to Carmel. On our journey, you can spot the legendary Lone Cypress, the giant trees of Crocker Grove and its dramatic coastal cliffs with other scenic attractions, like Bird Rock, Point Joe and Seal Point. There is also an abundance of wildlife, so keep an eye out for pelicans, deer and sea lions! 

Carmel-by-the-Sea

Arriving at Carmel, we’ll enjoy time at leisure to explore its charming courtyards and secret passageways lined with shops, art studios and antique stores. There are discoveries to be made around every corner. Alternatively, find one of the many wine-tasting rooms and sip some of the Californian Central Coast's best varietals while enjoying sandy coastal views. The fairytale-like architecture, designed in the 1920s, is styled after an English village complete with rolling eaves, rounded doors and wonky stone chimneys - so we'll feel right at home!

Included experience

Visit to Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Day 8

Pismo Beach

Travelling south this morning, we'll stop in Pismo Beach, on California's famous central coast halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Here, in this retro beach town, you can watch surfers catch waves as you walk along Pismo Beach Pier. As you take in the views, you can relax in one of the eateries which offer local produce and deliciously fresh seafood that started its journey from sea to plate earlier that very same morning.  

San Luis Obispo

Later, we'll head to San Luis Obispo, founded by the Spanish in 1772, it's known for its historic architecture as well as farmers markets and restaurants.

Free time in San Luis Obispo

This afternoon you'll have free time to explore the city. 

You could seek out some of the city's beloved local landmarks, like the city's namesake Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, a California Historical Landmark, built in 1772 by a Spanish Franciscan friar. Or add your own wad of chewing gum to the walls of Bubblegum Alley, a 70-foot-long alley lined with gum left by passersby. This quirky landmark is locally made (although no one knows exactly how or why it started) and filled with an estimated 2 million pieces of gum. Alternatively, head downtown to try the freshly caught seafood and award-winning wine on offer in the city's restaurant and finish off your meal with a scoop of homemade ice cream in the local Ice Cream Lab.

Included experiences

Visits to Pismo Beach and San Luis Obispo.

Day 9

Santa Barbara

Continuing south, we'll stop in Santa Barbara on a pristine stretch of California's central coastline. Nicknamed the 'American Riviera', its mixture of the Golden States' Spanish influence and laid-back vibe – along with its dramatic location between the mountains and the coast - have enticed celebrities since the days of silent films. Charlie Chaplin spearheaded the development of the Montecito Inn in 1928 and married Oona O'Neil here. Today, it's home to the likes of Oprah Winfrey, George Lucas and Gwyneth Paltrow.  

Santa Monica

Later we'll head to Santa Monica, a SoCal beach town with a vibrant cityscape. Here we'll visit the famous Santa Monica Pier, built in 1909, it quickly became a popular fishing pier. Its popularity grew with the addition of the Hippodrome and the famous carousel in 1931 and it remains a must-visit landmark.

Venice Beach

Finally, we'll end today's journey in Venice Beach. Here you can walk the famous 2-mile boardwalk, browsing the hundreds of street vendors and stopping to catch the street performers - mimes, jugglers and musicians - as they entertain passers-by.  

Included experiences 

Visits to Santa Barbara, Santa Monica and Venice Beach.

Day 10

Guided tour of LA

LA, the City of Angels, has it all - glitz, glamour, stars and miles of pristine beaches. This morning, we'll explore one of America's coolest cities on a guided tour of the highlights. We'll see the Dolby Theatre, home of the star-studded Academy Awards and host to shows like American Idol and America's Got Talent. And we'll pass The Hollywood Walk of Fame - where 2,700 plaques (and counting) line the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. We’ll also see Sunset Strip, lined with rock bars, comedy clubs, trendy bars and everything in between.

Free time in LA

After our tour, there'll be plenty of time to explore the city more. Although small, wandering around L.A.'s Chinatown is a lovely way to spend an afternoon. Of course, you'll find the tastiest dim sum here, but there are also under-the-radar art galleries, cultural festivals and atmospheric bars hiding under the lanterns and neon signs that line the streets. Alternatively, you could explore the history of the silver screen with a visit to Paramount Studios, one of the longest-operating studios in Hollywood whose contract players included Sophia Loren, Elvis Presley, Audrey Hepburn, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby and many more household names.  

You may want to stroll down the palm-dotted streets of Rodeo Drive, a legendary street home to some of the greatest fashion houses and brands, elegant architect-designed boutique spaces and enticing window displays. Or browse more than 100 old-world grocers, eclectic shops and restaurants of the Original Farmers Market. A beloved town square for locals, it's known for its wide array of cuisine - American, Brazilian, Cajun, Chinese, French, Italian, Middle Eastern and more – many of the businesses have been family-owned for generations.

Included experience

Tour of Los Angeles.

Day 11

San Diego

This morning we'll follow the coast to San Diego. Living up to its nickname as 'America's Finest City', this classic Southern Californian City is set around a sweeping bay with fine sandy beaches tickled by the cool waters of the Pacific. 

There's a rich history and culture hidden in the modern cityscape. As the first site visited and settled by Europeans on the West Coast, San Diego is often referred to as the Birthplace of California (although it only became part of the United States around 1850). On our orientation tour of the city, we'll explore some of San Diego's more recent history in the Gaslamp District. Once an infamous gambling den with brothels, this beautifully restored district has been transformed into a lively neighbourhood where Victorian-era buildings and modern skyscrapers stand side by side. We’ll also follow the natural curve of San Diego Bay to see the beautiful waterfront lined with eye-catching public art, restaurants and shops.  

Free time in San Diego

This afternoon you'll be free to explore at leisure. Perhaps take the ferry across the bay to Coronado and the Victorian Del Coronado Hotel, used in the film ‘Some Like It Hot’. You could visit the 1,200 acres of Balboa Park, the largest cultural complex west of the Mississippi which hosts 15 museums and numerous other attractions, with wonderful sub-tropical gardens and fountains. Or simply relax in one of the city's world-class breweries. Known as the 'Capital of Craft', San Diego is home to over 150 independent craft breweries - so there are plenty of new, local beers to try.

Included experience

Tour of San Diego.

Day 12

Free day in San Diego

Take in the sights of San Diego with a whole day at leisure. Animal lovers may enjoy visits to the San Diego Zoo, the aquarium or La Jolla Cave, an underwater marine park and sanctuary with one of the highest concentrations of Garibaldi on the planet (the fish, not the biscuit). History buffs shouldn't miss the USS Midway Museum housed inside a decommissioned aircraft carrier or the Maritime Museum, which is a favourite of our guests. It has the largest collection of historical ships in the United States, including the Star of India, the HMS Surprise, a replica of an 18th-century frigate used in the film ‘Master and Commander’ and a Soviet-era submarine.

Day 13

Sadly, all good things must come to an end. Today, we'll travel back to LA for our return flight home.

Day 14

Arrive back in the UK with memories (and photos) of sandy beaches, vast national parks and exciting cities.

What's Included

  • The price of this holiday is per person, based on two people sharing a twin room with single rooms available at the relevant supplement. Price includes:;; Return travel to San Francisco and returning from Los Angeles;; All transfers; 12 nights’ accommodation on room only basis in three and four-star hotels; All tours and National Park entrance fees as mentioned; Hotel porterage of one item of luggage per person; The services of a Rivera Travel Tour Manager;

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This review is for the italian Lake Como trip Aug 1-8 Wow what a trip. Riviera from start to finish were excellent the booking and help line answering questions were very good and clear. The travel booklet you get is laid out that it is simple to read and follow with step by step info from booking in to flights to meeting the guides. Our guide Matt Purse was just the best guide and real credit to Riviera with his knowledge and straight forward approach to running the trips. Matt kept us informed and told us all the sort of info you want to know without going over the top....This chap should teach other reps ..thank you so much. The coaches they use are all clean and well equipped with usb chargers and have aircon. The places chosen to visit were well researched even down to where coaches park or drop you off. The Bernina Express was the highlight for our family and matts photo tip was welcomed. The only down point was the hotel,a little dated and evening meal in main restuarant was a bit of a let down. I think we were lucky with our room on level 7 and with balcony as the walls are very thin and noise travels. We would book again with riviera

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I have been on three trips with Riviera Travel so far, with two more booked during 2024. Highly recommended. Excellent tour guides. Great program of visits. Great hotels used.

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22-Jan-2022

Oh my goodness, what a relief it was to actually get away! Full marks to all at Riviera for keeping us up to date before our trip and for the help so cheerfully and patiently given with the extra admin that Covid brought our way. We felt totally safe with the measures taken on board, thank you very much for this. Without exception, Staff were fantastic and our every need was attended to. The additional Covid testing ran smoothly, organised by our Riviera Reps. The guided tours were most interesting: the guides very knowledgeable and more importantly, interesting to listen to. We loved this trip and would do it again in a heartbeat. Thank you again Riviera, you were FAB!

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Second escorted tour with this...

25-Jul-2022

Second escorted tour with this company. Did 5 days in Iceland tour. Everything went smoothly, excellent tour guide, Per. Extremely knowledgeable and interesting guy. Very friendly too. Highly recommend. Just let down by the room given at the hotel, but I guess the travel company doesn't have control over this.

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06-Nov-2021

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