Golden Gate Bridge // (c) 2010 Curtis Fry / Flickr.com

California, the Golden State, is one of a kind when it comes to tourism options.

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Top Visitor Destinations

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San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge // (c) 2010 Curtis Fry / Flickr.com

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Los Angeles

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Orange County

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San Diego

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Ten Things to Do

Golden Gate Bridge

Beaches

Wine Country

Hollywood Sign

Travel the 101 Freeway

Visit a National Park

Visit a Movie Studio

Tourism Regions

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Gold Country

Sacramento, the state capital, is a highlight of a visit to California's Gold Country

California’s Gold Country has attracted adventurers for more than 150 years. The region is home to Sacramento, the state’s capital, and many charming towns retaining their gold rush era feel.

California Gold Country Travel Guide

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High Sierra

The spectacular peaks of California’s High Sierra region offer up some of the finest tourism attractions in the world. The region, home to famed Yosemite National Park, as well as Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park, has fueled the imagination of countless creative types, including such notables as John Muir, Ansel Adams and Mark Twain.

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Shasta Cascade

Mt. Shasta // (c) 2008 Derin, AS737709 / Flickr.com

Shasta Cascade, an outdoor wonderland, is home to such famed natural attractions as Mount Shasta and Lassen Volcanic National Park.

Shasta Cascade Travel Guide

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North Coast
California’s North Coast starts where the Golden Gate Bridge ends and stretches some 500 miles to the Oregon border. The region is home to some of the tallest trees in the world, the California Redwoods, many of which have been protecting California’s natural landscape for thousands of years.

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View the Travel Glitter High Sierra Travel Guide now.

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Central Valley
f you’re looking to escape the crowds of California’s better-known parks, head to the Shasta Cascade region. This year-round outdoor enthusiast’s paradise is home to every kind of recreation on Mounts Shasta and Lassen, without the crowds and with no need for advance permits. Here, you’ll also find some of California’s best fly-fishing, arts, music, museums, and other urban amenities.

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Central Coast
f you’re looking to escape the crowds of California’s better-known parks, head to the Shasta Cascade region. This year-round outdoor enthusiast’s paradise is home to every kind of recreation on Mounts Shasta and Lassen, without the crowds and with no need for advance permits. Here, you’ll also find some of California’s best fly-fishing, arts, music, museums, and other urban amenities.

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Inland Empire
f you’re looking to escape the crowds of California’s better-known parks, head to the Shasta Cascade region. This year-round outdoor enthusiast’s paradise is home to every kind of recreation on Mounts Shasta and Lassen, without the crowds and with no need for advance permits. Here, you’ll also find some of California’s best fly-fishing, arts, music, museums, and other urban amenities.