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The 2018 Travel Guide to California is a comprehensive guide that provides travelers to the State with all of the information they need to enrich and enjoy their trip.

The 164 page magazine includes features on 14 different travel themes as well as detailed information on all 12 tourism regions within the state. Editorial features include topics such as Theme Parks, Road Trips, Golf, Museums & Art, Cuisine, Shopping, Wine Country and many others.


SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA:
CULTURAL RICHNESS, SCENIC BEAUTY AND A BOOMING ECONOMY

The San Francisco Bay Area never disappoints visitors: the majestic towers of the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco skyline and other cities of culture and great dining, ancient redwood groves, expansive vineyards and a coastline of rocky cliffs and sandy beaches...
CENTRAL COAST :
WHERE CALIFORNIANS REALLY GO TO RELAX

South of the San Francisco Bay Area, the coastal region from Santa Cruz through San Luis Obispo has views that rival the rest of the state...
DESERTS:
RECREATIONAL PLAYGROUND IN THE SUN

There aren't many places where you can golf while wearing shorts in the morning, snowshoe in the afternoon, and laze by the pool with a cocktail in the evening...
LOS ANGELES COUNTY:
A PLACE WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE

“There is something to be said for having even unrealistic dreams,” says celebrated Whiplash and La La Land writer/director Damien Chazelle...
SAN DIEGO COUNTY:
MORE THAN PRETTY BEACHES AND SUNSHINE

California has no shortage of beach towns, but San Diego is its only “beach city,” where the state's second-largest population enjoys 70 miles of scenic coastline and 70-degree temperatures...
INLAND EMPIRE:
DISCOVER QUINTESSENTIAL CALIFORNIA IN THIS OFTEN-OVERLOOKED REGION OF MOUNTAINS, DESERTS, ABUNDANT VINEYARDS AND CASINO ACTION

The vast 5,000 square miles of the Inland Empire deftly capture California's Spanish and Native American origins, the stagecoach era and the Golden Age of traveling Route 66...
ORANGE COUNTY:
DIVERSE CITIES HARBOR TROVES OF CALIFORNIA HISTORY, ETHNIC CULTURES AND THRIVING ARTS SCENES

Days when Disneyland, 42 miles of idyllic beaches and swaths of orange groves were all that lifted “The O.C.” out of Los Angeles' shadow are long gone...
SHASTA CASCADE:
A MYSTICAL MOUNTAIN TOWERS OVER
AN OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PARADISE

Poets, artists, adventurers and New Age mystics are drawn inexorably to snow-capped Mount Shasta, which juts 14,179 feet into the Northern California sky...
NORTH COAST :
BENEATH THE WORLD'S TALLEST TREES LIE VICTORIAN VILLAGES, PICTURESQUE FISHING HARBORS AND—PERHAPS—BIGFOOT

This should put things in perspective: The North Coast's tallest building is only 77 feet tall, but its tallest tree stands 379 feet tall...
HIGH SIERRA:
LIVING RIGHT IN THE RANGE OF LIGHT

“Of all the mountain ranges I have climbed,” wrote John Muir, “I like the Sierra Nevada the best.” His pet name for it was “The Range of Light.”
GOLD COUNTRY:
EUREKA! STRIKE IT RICH WITH ADVENTURE, HISTORY AND WINE

It was a flash in the pan that changed the world. The sparkling nugget that caught the eye of James W. Marshall as he tended a sawmill in the Sierra Nevada foothills in January 1848 set off a gold rush...
CENTRAL VALLEY:
CALIFORNIA'S AGRICULTURAL HEARTLAND

The rich green strip wedged between the Sierra Nevada Range and the coastal mountains in the center of California is considered by many to be the greatest garden in the world...
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