Getaway to San Jose

May 25, 2018

San Jose is the southernmost stop on the Capitol Corridor’s 170-mile route and it holds the title as the largest city of Northern California and (perhaps more notably) the nickname “The Capital of Silicon Valley.” Standing tall in the Santa Clara Valley, this is where a skyline of cutting-edge tech companies meets the mountainous backdrop of the Diablo Range. More Getaway to San Jose

Weekend Picks: Tulipmania at PIER 39, San Francisco Russian Festival, San Jose Pillow Fight, Sacramento Bacon Festival, Martinez Wine and Chocolate Stroll

February 7, 2018

Enjoy an array of fun events along the Capitol Corridor this weekend! Tiptoe through the tulips of Tulipmania, celebrate all things Russian in San Francisco, join in on the biggest pillow fight in downtown San Jose, stroll Main Street Martinez sipping wine and eating chocolates, and feast on bacon all week in Sacramento! More Weekend Picks: Tulipmania at PIER 39, San Francisco Russian Festival, San Jose Pillow Fight, Sacramento Bacon Festival, Martinez Wine and Chocolate Stroll

A Foodie’s Guide to the Capitol Corridor

November 8, 2016

Northern California is renowned for its diverse and inventive gastronomy, and connecting the region’s major culinary centers is the 170-mile Capitol Corridor train route. From farm-to-table trend-setters and high-end dining establishments, to local food truck favorites, you’ll find plenty of reasons to pick up a fork along the way. The world-class food-and-drink scene of the region – which spans both big cities and smaller towns – incorporates impressive diversity while showcasing the bounty of California with local, organic, and sustainably-produced fare leading the way. Whether you’re in the mood for tasty vegan cuisine or an exquisite cut of meat, here’s where to satisfy your appetite along the Capitol Corridor.

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