Find cheap car rental deals in Vallejo, California
Vallejo is a city sandwiched between the cities of San Francisco Bay and the valleys of wine country, making it an ideal launching point for exploring both sides of Northern California. Before heading out of Vallejo, however, enjoy the many attractions that the city has to offer. Its biggest draw is Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, which is packed with high-speed roller coasters. Historic Downtown Vallejo features museums, galleries and independent stores.
Rent a car through Orbitz in Vallejo to roam far and wide in Northern California. Famous vineyards, academic campuses, iconic bridges, and soaring redwood landscapes await you and your rental car.
Visiting San Francisco on a trip to Vallejo is almost compulsory, but the other counties around the city are equally enticing. We’ve chosen three other regions to visit in your rental car.
Napa County has developed a reputation for prestige wines and elegant tasting experiences. Sign up for a cellar tour here and you’ll be treated to tasting sessions, insights from the winemakers, and views of mountains in every direction. Use your rental car to explore at your own pace, and to find the lesser known wineries that attract fewer tourists.
Journey time: Around 20 minutes
Distance: Approximately 15 miles
Alameda County encompasses several cities on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay. Wander around a famously progressive campus in Berkeley, or get a taste of Silicon Valley in Fremont. The city of Oakland is one of the highlights here, with a world-class museum dedicated to the history of California, and a large zoo situated beneath the hills that run through the county.
Journey time: Around 30 minutes
Distance: Approximately 20 miles
Marin County features some of Northern California’s most famous sights. Drive down to the southern tip of the county to see the Golden Gate Bridge leading into the San Francisco Peninsula. Hike up the Marin Headlands for the best views of the bridge and the city. Further north in the county you’ll find the sequoias of Muir Woods National Monument, and remote beaches in Point Reyes National Seashore.
Journey time: Around 45 minutes
Distance: Approximately 18 miles