United States of America > Sacramento
One of its attractions that one should not miss while visiting
the city is the California State Railroad Museum, which is
a part of the California Department of Parks and Recreation
exists to preserve the history and artifacts of the country.
To enjoy nature, Discovery Park, north of downtown via
I-5 is worth visiting. Also, the American River Bike Trail
is fantastic to visit. The dark groves of oak trees, sheer
slate bluffs, whitewater rapids, granite outcroppings, smooth
ponds ringed with cattails and much more fascinations.
The World Peace Rose Garden Memorial, has made Sacramento
into a wonderful historical heritage and rich ethnic diversity
city. It will be the first city with a World Peace Rose
Garden Memorial dedicated to women, children and families.
An interesting feature of this garden is that one can dedicate
a name in the garden as a symbol of world peace memorial.
Getting There and Moving Around
Sacramento International Airport is serving the international
and domestic flights.
A ferry shuttles between Coronado and the Broadway Pier,
on the extreme western edge of the downtown area. There
are great cycle routes in Pacific Beach, Mission Beach,
Mission Bay and Coronado.
To get into and out of state is easy with the frequent
public bus service. Also, one can drive a car thru the Interstate
highway to and from the city.
A commuter rail service operates from the Santa Fe depot
along the coast north of the city. Plus, trolley lines run
from the terminal near the railway station at the western
edge of the downtown grid.
The city bus system covers most of the metropolitan area.
Municipal buses, shuttle buses and taxis make the short
trip downtown an easy one. A car rental service is also