Spend the afternoon exploring a hidden gem of Napa Valley on this walking tour of the Rail Arts District (RAD). Get to know this up-and-coming neighborhood in a small group, with your guide on hand to give you inside information about some of the murals and public art that make this area unique. Stop at a series of local wineries and eateries and sample the tastes of the Rail Arts District, too: locally-sourced wine, beer and produce, all are included. Included in the tour: - A local’s guide to Napa - Unique street art from globally renowned artists - Custom experience at boutique wineries - Tastings at urban nano-breweries - Light bites of California cuisine The tour is timed to allow you to enjoy a tasting or two in the Valley beforehand. They also wrap up early enough to allow for guests to enjoy Napa’s restaurant scene and nightlife afterward.
I left my job in corporate travel to create my own company in leisure travel. After 13 years with American Airlines, I turned my passion for exploring into my work and founded Paper Napan Walkabouts. This company provides guided walking tours of downtown Napa. It was inspired by my favorite way to indulge in the local lifestyle: By experiencing a destination on foot. With Paper Napan, I strive to create experiences that are as authentic as possible and highlight the true personality of Napa. My walking tours not only highlight the destination, but also the locals. Each stop is handpicked for its distinct Napa qualities and great personal service. I am passionate about Napa's unique culture and showing my guests an authentic local experience.
Beer and World Class Wine
You will receive a custom experience at each location where they will be ready to welcome you. Locations include: - St. Clair Brown - this location is special due to its culinary garden, its combination of wine and beer, and its location to be able to wave at the wine train as it goes by - Robert Craig Tasting Salon -amazing wine and tasting salon off the beaten path - CUR @ the Annex - enjoy a glass of wine and California cuisine
The route for the walking tour is less than a mile, flat, and will be broken into three parts with plenty of time to sit at each location. The start and end locations are not the same, but close.