Exploring Wine Country 

Just 55 miles north of San Francisco, in the heart of Sonoma County, you'll find Santa Rosa. Whether you are looking to sip in picturesque wine country, savor delicious farm to fork meals, grab a pint at one of the nation’s most celebrated breweries in our urban downtown, or hike and bike to explore all Mother Nature has to offer, you’ll find a taste for what excites you in Santa Rosa.

How to Get to Santa Rosa By Air: 

Visitors will find it’s easy to get to Santa Rosa with Alaska, America, United and Sun Country airlines with non-stop daily flights to and from the Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport, just a 10-minute drive from downtown Santa Rosa. We’re also just a short drive from Oakland International Airport or San Francisco International Airport, making it easy to get to wine country.

How to Get to Santa Rosa By Car: 

By far the easiest way to navigate to incredible attractions in and around Santa Rosa is by car. Drive in or rent a car, or choose one of the regions many transportation companies to help you get around safely if libations are on your agenda.

Other Transportation Options:

Sonoma County Airport Express | SFO to Santa Rosa

Golden Gate Transit | San Francisco to Santa Rosa (check the website for specific times and routes.)

San Francisco Ferry | Ferry Building to Larkspur Ferry (transfer to Golden Gate Transit.)

Greyhound | San Francisco to Santa Rosa

Sonoma County Transit | Bus service from Santa Rosa to Petaluma, Sonoma, and Russian River Valley towns

Amtrak | trains to Martinez, connect to buses to Santa Rosa

For additional assistance, please contact the California Welcome Center at 707.577.8674