Sacramento is the Capital of California, many people don't realize that it's not Los Angeles or San Francisco, the capital is Sacramento.
The Capitol building is home to the government of the State of California, house of the legislature and the office of the governor. A historic landmark with available public guided tours. At Christmas time there is a beautiful tree lighting ceremony and many other wonderful activities throughout the year.
A pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular traffic bridge that connects Sacramento and West Sacramento, the Tower Bridge is arguably one of the most iconic features. Sacramento lives on as thriving shopping and entertainment district as well as a global tourist destination.
Sacramento is rich with diverse neighborhoods with a variety of lifestyle choices. From downtown living to suburban life, the City has a lot offer! It continues to grow and become a destination spot for travelers, businesses and people end up moving here. It also has a Neighborhood Services division dedicated to bridging and engaging residents with resources and creating collaboration opportunities among neighborhood groups, City officials, departments and other stakeholders.
Sacramento has something going on regardless of when you visit. Several dining events scheduled throughout the year are topped only by the annual Farm-to-Fork Week, where Sacramento celebrates its agricultural bounty. Arts events, beer and wine events and Gold Rush Days – where Old Sacramento is transformed back into the Gold Rush era – round out some of the most popular events.
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