Reno, Nevada is known for its’ casinos and skiing. In Reno you can take in the beautiful scenery from a private cottage, a waterfront home, or an upscale apartment downtown. Reno also borders California, which makes it easy to take day trips to popular California cities, such as Sacramento, San Francisco, and San Jose.
Spend a few hours exploring the Nevada Museum of Art, where you can explore the outdoor sculpture gardens and see beautiful views of Reno’s skyline. General admission is $10. Reno is also known for its’ skiing. Hit the slopes at Mount Rose Ski Resort, which is 8,260 feet high. Make sure to also check out Reno’s Animal Ark, which is home to many animals that lack the skills to survive on their own in the wild. If you’re visiting Reno in September, go to Rancho San Rafael Regional Park to see over 100 hot air balloons in the Great Reno Balloon Race. For a steak dinner while in Reno, try eating at Bimini. If you’re looking for Italian food, check out Johnny’s Ristorante Italiano. After dinner, try your luck at the Casino at the Eldorado, which is 81,000 square feet and has 13 bars and restaurants.
Take advantage of being right next to California while you’re staying in Reno. Sacramento, the capital of California, is only a two-hour drive from Reno. Wander around the Old Sacramento State Historic Park, go to a Kings game, or see a show at Crest Theatre. Visit the Sacramento Zoo, check out the Crocker Art Museum, and take your kids to Fairytale Town. You can also take a day trip to San Francisco, which is about a three hour and 15 minute drive. In San Francisco you can walk and eat your way through Pier 39. Look for sea lions at Fisherman’s Wharf and visit the famous Golden Gate Bridge. San Jose is also within driving distance of Reno. It is about three hours and 45 minutes by car, depending on traffic. Walk around the San Jose Flea Market, which is the biggest open-air market in the country. You can also check out the Tech Museum of Innovation, where you can explore the BioDesign Studio and the Silicon Valley Innovation Gallery.
Reno has a variety of rental accommodations for you to choose from. You can rent a private cottage right on the river that has beautiful views of the mountains, or stay in a luxury apartment in downtown Reno. You can stay in a waterfront home with a dock or in a newly renovated studio apartment. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Reno vacation rental today!
You can get around Reno in a variety of ways. There are several taxi companies, including Capital Cab, Lakeshore Taxi, and High Sierra Taxi. Alternatively, you could rent a car from Advantage Rent-A-Car or Budget Car & Truck Rental. For public transportation, you can take the bus on the Sierra Spirit route. The bus costs $0.25 and generally runs everyday from 7am to 7pm.
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