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    by Mahala Wallace

    When it comes to travelling around California’s fabled Napa wine country, what could be more special than a luxuriously-restored, 100-year old train?

    Image courtesy of Napa Valley

    Having once transported visitors to a spa resort in Calistoga, the railroad is now a 36-mile round-trip adventure, starting and finishing in St. Helena and stopping at some of Napa Valley’s most celebrated wineries along the way.

    There are plenty of Napa Valley Wine Train Tours to choose from: one of the most luxurious is the Deluxe Room and Wine Tasting Tour, which allows you to experience the natural beauty (and natural flavours) of the Napa region. Your journey will take in the region’s most beautiful landscapes and vineyards, with gourmet lunches, two nights at the luxurious River Terrace Inn, and a day of Winery Tours with Beau Tours limo included.

    With a true Napa Valley feel, the River Terrace Inn is the perfect blend of elegance and refined taste. Nestled between the River Trail and the Oxbow Park Preserve, you can stroll through the park and enjoy local works of art along the Napa River Art Walk. Guests can choose between River Front Rooms overlooking the Napa River or Village Side Rooms.

    Image courtesy of River Terrace Inn

    With intimate day tours for couples and small groups, Beau Wine Tours are experts in luxury and prime wine tasting experiences. Their chauffeurs and tour guides have all undertaken extensive training, to ensure that you receive service that’s as premium as the wine.

    “Wine not” travel in style through the Napa Valley, taking in the scenery and enjoying all that the region has to offer.

    Image courtesy of Visit California

    For more personalised information tips and advice, or to book these incredible holiday experiences, contact your local TravelManagers’ personal travel manager here.

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