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Flights to Sacramento

Go straight to the heart of California

In Sacramento, nature sprawls amid vineyards and agriculture into Gold Country and Gold Rush-era settlements. Home to some of California's oldest winemakers, Sacramento boasts more than 200 wineries and produces some serious vintage. This is America’s farm-to-fork capital, with restaurants serving up fresh, locally sourced ingredients using inventive menus.

Experience Sacramento's best wining and dining in the 28-acre historic riverfront district, which has over 125 unique shops, restaurants, and attractions. Sutter’s Fort, the last remaining pre-Gold Rush structure, remains protected within the state’s historic park.

Outside the city, explore the American River Parkway with a leisurely walk or bike ride, or go fishing, kayaking, and tubing on the river.

Discover Sacramento

Steam through history

Visit the California State Railroad Museum and marvel at the classic locomotives. Plenty of interactive exhibits will keep everyone occupied and at the weekend, ride the train alongside the scenic Sacramento River.

Head for the Capitol

Make time to visit the State Capitol of California. The working seat of government for the state is also a museum where you can relive Californian history.

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Local information

Flight information

Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Sacramento International Airport.

Visa information

Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.

Local currency

The currency in Sacramento is the US Dollar (USD).

Local transport

Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) provides bus and light rail tram services throughout the area.

Time difference

Sacramento is 8 hours behind London (GMT).

Electricity

The electricity supply is 120 volts in Sacramento. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.