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There is no trip to Sacramento that is complete without going to the Old Sacramento State Historic Park. Schedule a private SUV to take you there.
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Famous for its historic gold rush era juxtaposed with a capital-city atmosphere, Sacramento is famous for its resting position on two iconic rivers while also offering a modest metropolis feel. Take advantage of every second of it with the help of the city’s expansive RT Light Rail system that connects to the Sacramento Convention Center, Midtown, and the eastern neighborhood of Rancho Cordova. Get in and out of Sacramento International Airport with just as much ease by booking a room along Del Paso Road, home to a slew of popular airport hotels that offer shuttles among other amenities. With an ambiance begging to be explored even when you feel like you’re done, keep in mind the endless fun that a private vehicle can bring, whether it’s a quaint sedan for a drive through nearby national parks or a stretched limousine perfect for downtown pickups.

Enjoy the day by keeping close to bright attractions, whether it’s the small Sacramento Zoo or the super-sized Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park, both of which offer just enough entertainment to knock out an afternoon. Families looking to impress the young ones should head to Fairytale Town instead, exploring unique gardens, petting zoos, and live performances based on storybook classics, or you can head to downtown’s Sunderland Park for a look at the city’s classic 20th-century rides, on-site eats, and a grand carousel. Don’t leave Sacramento without experiencing the beauty of the Old Sacramento Historic District, surrounded by renowned exhibits that explore the gold rush, from the California State Railroad Museum to the Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum, not to mention a variety of riverside restaurants and cafes lined across old wooden sidewalks. Cross the gorgeous Tower Bridge while you’re in the area, walking across the iconic river via pedestrian lanes perfect for experiencing what’s on the other side.