Napa County is located at the north of San Francisco in California and known as the wine country for its hillside vineyards, local gourmet food, the wine train, wine tours, and high-end restaurants. An absolute “must” when travelling near Napa and Sonoma. So instead of wasting your time trying to find out the best way to get there, we have done the work for you!
When travelling from San Francisco SFO Airport to Napa Valley, you have 2 main transportation options; the first, and only direct option, is to take a taxi or private shuttle, and your second option is to take the bus. Taking a San Francisco airport transfer to Napa Valley is the most comfortable and convenient option, as it offers a 24/7 door-to-door service from SFO airport, taking you 2 hours to reach the valley. However, if you prefer a cheaper option, the bus is the best choice for you. Unfortunately, there are no direct bus routes between the two destinations; you will first have to take a bus from the airport to San Francisco city centre and from there, you can either take another bus, a train, a ferry or the metro. If you do wish to take this option, your travel time can go up to 4 hours.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to San Francisco at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.