The City of Napa, CA

Napa, CA is the largest city and county seat of Napa County, as well as a second-largest city in the California Wine Country behind Santa Rosa. Napa has more than 20 wine bars and tasting rooms available to you, as well as theaters, galleries, and places to shop.

There are also plenty of historical landmarks to visit in Napa, such as the Holden Mansion, Kaiser Steel site, Sawyer Tannery, and Peter Jensen and Edwin Pridham’s workshop. Click here to see a list of locations in Napa that are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Easy Accessibility

CA-29 connects Napa to Vallejo and the East Bay Area, as well as the Napa Wine Country. Similarly, CA-12 runs south of the city, connecting it to Interstate 80 and US-101.

Valley Intercity Neighborhood Express, known commonly as VINE Transit, is the city’s public transportation system. It offers extensive service throughout not only the city, but all of Napa County, and it connects to nearby public transportation systems.

For more information about the City of Napa, please visit its website.

Whether you’re touring wine country or exploring the city center, a stay at The Inn On First puts you in the center of the action. Call to book your stay at our beautiful bed and breakfast today!