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Famous for is hillside vineyards and myriad of golf courses, the city of Temecula, California, is your gateway to wine country and a taste of California history.
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The Old Town part of the city still has many buildings that date back to the 1800s and you can visit dozens of antique shops and old restaurants as you walk around the old city streets. Temecula also hosts a number of special events throughout the year, including the annual Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival.
A haven for golf enthusiasts, Temecula boasts stunning greens and landscaped grounds that take you through several valleys and hills. You can play on a course designed by the legendary Arthur Hill and other courses that give you a chance to play around old oak trees, creeks, and natural streams. The rolling hills of this region are also ideal for biking so you can map out a biking journey that will take you around scenic sites like the Santa Roa Plateau’s Ecological Reserve or Old Town to see the artisan restaurants and local shops. You can also make your way through about 20 miles of Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country on a bike since this region has trails for all types of cyclists.
Temecula also boasts a diverse arts and cultural scene with theaters and other event venues populating the landscape. Watch a show at The Theater at Pechanga or head to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater for a local production.The Temecula Valley Symphony & Chorus is a must-see spectacle during your visit.