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The sixth largest city in California and one of the most diverse in the nation, Sacramento has seen tremendous growth over the past decade. With fantastic weather and year-round outdoor activities, it is a great place for families and features an increasing array of cultural amenities. Here are a few highlights recommended for your stay in our wonderful city.
Experience this unique 28-acre National Historic Landmark District just a short stroll from the Holiday Inn. Located along the Sacramento River and bustling with activity, Old Sacramento is alive with shopping, dining, entertainment, historical attractions, and world-renowned museums set within the California Gold Rush and Transcontinental Railroad era. A variety of historic walking tours are available as well as an Underground Tour, Ghost Tour, or Classic Coach Ride.
Stylish new restaurants and bars also are a walk or short taxi-ride away, specifically within the Kay District and Midtown, a historic residential community and urban center with boutiques, studios, and upscale or casual dining at every turn. The Fab 40's is also worth a look, featuring great architecture in one of Sacramento's original residential neighborhoods. As governor, Ronald Reagan chose to live here instead of at the official Governor's Mansion.
The 32-mile Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail winds west from Folsom, home of the prison made famous by Johnny Cash, to Old Sacramento. Also known as the American River Bike Trail, it forms a pathway used by walkers, hikers, bikers, and others.
For more suggestions, please visit the Sacramento Convention & Visitors Bureau website.
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