Santa Clara is a town in South Bay, part of the San Francisco Bay Area, California.
Santa Clara is a small city with a large contrast. If there is a city that can be said to be the "center of Silicon Valley," this town will exceed 100,000. Intel, AMD, WebEx, NVIDIA, and National Semiconductor are all headquarters. At the same time, Santa Clara is one of the oldest settlements in northern California. The University of Santa Clara of Jesus was founded in 1777 and in 1851, the oldest university in California. In the 19th century, the 21st-century housing has been well maintained by dozens of houses in the oldest residential area, the "old square," adjacent to the university.
Triggered by the technological boom that took place between the 1970s and 1990s, the diversity of local people is also contrasting. People from Asia and Europe often hear strangers speak their mother tongue. The specialty market provides local ingredients from all over the world, and in the Bay Area, restaurants in India and East Asia are the best. However, many of the best places in Santa Clara don't seem to be. You can drive through the city, see no interest, and take the time to learn where to look, find, and enjoy.
- Just west of San Jose, Santa Clara is next to San Jose Mineta Airport (SJC IATA). To get to the airport, take a free shuttle bus from Santa Clara Kartrain station to Route 10.
- To San Francisco International Airport, go to Millet from the north of Calutrain (toward San Francisco). From there, he moved to BART, moved BART to San Bruno and then to SFO. I'd like an hour and a half.
- The Auckland International Airport is accessible via Coliseum Oakland Airport BART Station and Airbert Shuttle. He transferred from Amtrak to BART in Jack London Square.
The train stops at Santa Clara Station on the east side of Santa Clara University (1001 Railroad). The Cartrain does not actually stop at San Jose Mineta Airport, but a free air-porter bus (VTA line 10) passes passengers between the airport and Santa Clara Carla Train Station.
The Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) is an Amtrak express train that runs through the central Tanimachi from Stockton, Tracy, Livermore and Pleasanton to San Jose. The train shares Santa Clara Station with Caltrain Station and stops at Lafayette and Tasman's Great America Station, located near the Santa Clara Convention Center, Levis Stadium and California's Great America. Few trains run on a day. Because there is no station building in the U.S., and it's just a platform under the bridge, we have a plan to connect the two lines before arriving.
- In the morning, when you get off the ACE train for the south in Great America, you'll find a free shuttle bus to the entire Silicon Valley (Google in the west, Cisco in the east, and NVIDIA in the south). The same shuttle runs in the opposite direction in the afternoon and evening.
The Capitol Corridor train in Amtrak California runs between Sacramento and San Jose through East Bay's cities such as Berkeley and Emery Building. The Capitol Corridor shares the same station as the ACE and stops at the university or the Great America. At Diridon Station, near San Jose, there is a building with a ticket office, which may be near Santa Clara. Some trains include bus access, so read the schedule carefully.
Light rails and buses. The Valley Transportation Bureau (VTA) provides a light rail at the Alam Rock Santa Teresa and Mountain View Winchester lines in Santa Clara. VTA also operates buses in and around Santa Clara. Visit the VTA website to learn about schedules, fares, and travel plans.
a rental car Many rental car chains serve Santa Clara and neighboring cities. The expressway is crowded during the commuting hours, but local people prefer automobiles as their main means of transportation and it is thought that the expressway is the fastest. Rental cars can be used at San Jose Airport and in various parts of the city. In most parts of Santa Clara, public parking is sufficient and free.
a bicycle Many of the streets in the city are wide and depict streets dedicated to bicycles. Although expressways permit bicycles, they are very fast, heavy-traffic, particularly uncomfortable with inexperienced vehicles. Please stop by the city hall and copy the map of Santa Clara's bicycle to tell me the recommended bicycle route. Bicycles should ride on the right side of the road in the same direction as traffic. Be careful when crossing the freeway exit and turn right. Caltrain, Amtrak Capital Corridor, and VTA (both light and bus) all have bicycle racks. If you plan to carry a bicycle in public transportation, refer to your system's website for information on the location and use of the bicycle rack.
- Intel Museum No.1, Mission College Boulevard (Montagu Expressway, just north of 101) M-F 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Let's take a moment to learn about the history of the region and technology and see what we need to get into the clean room. It takes a day or two. Freedom.
- 2 Mission Santa Clara de Assis, 500 El Camino Real (Santa Clara University Campus),☏+1 408 : +1 408 551-7166 The 8th Franciscan mission established by Father Serra. It was built near the Guadalupe River, moved to its current location in 1828, and was restored in 1929. It's the only mission in the university. In front of the church, look at the hitching and the steps to get out of the carriage. I crossed the fence and looked into the rose garden on the north side of the church. measure the life-size statue of the French king Serra strolled over a footpath covered with gnarled wisteria vines, and walked with the palms of the huge sago, the statue of the Holy Spirit, and the wall of Adobe, towards Mission Gardens, brushing stones. Freedom.
- 3 Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, . When you drive, be careful about parking restrictions on the campus.
- 4 de Saisset Museum, 500 El Camino Real (on the grounds of Santa Clara University near Palm and Albiso) Tu-Su 11AM - 4:00 p.m. The exhibition combines the permanent collection of works of a 19th-century Santa Clara student, Ernest de Sisett, who studied painting in Paris. We often close during the exhibition, so please contact us in advance or confirm the opening date.
- 5 Agnews Development Center 4030-4070 Lafayette St (Montagu Expressway) Agnews Historical Park stores the three buildings from the old California hospital. It was founded in 1889, and the original building collapsed during the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, killing 117 people. The existing new buildings such as the lecture hall, clock tower, and the Keishi-den (Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department) are examples of Mediterranean reconstruction in the early 20th century and are strongly influenced by the style of art and crafts. The new building represented a more modern attitude to mental illness. Small buildings with large windows were designed to heal and stimulate mental disorders rather than to lock them in. California has pulled up the last hundreds of residents in the mid-1990s and sold their campus to San Microsystems. Sun Microsystems has promised to preserve the premises and buildings and to make the auditorium and hall available in public. Unfortunately, you will not be able to enter the building and see the impressive interior unless you have a Sun employee's badge or are lucky enough to enter the meeting or open event. There seems to be no tour or documentation. You can see a small shelter with a public restroom, or historical photos or information from a hospital. As of July 2020, this property is owned by the Oracle that purchased the Sun Microsystems.
- The Six Triton Museum of Art, 1505, Worberton Two Suu. This museum has a variety of rotating exhibits. You may be charged for classes or special events. Freedom.
- Harriss-Lass Historic Museum, 1889 Market St. Sa Su Noon to 4:00 p.m. The 19th-century farm houses have been restored and converted into a local museum of history, housing a lot of original furniture. When the museum opens, you may be able to obtain volunteer documents.
- KoreaTown. The El Camino region extends eastward to Santomas Expressway, starting with Lawrence Expressway, but is not officially recognized yet.
- 7. South Bay Historical Railway Association, 1005 Railway Ave. TU 5-8PM, SA 10AM-3PM. The museum occupies the building of the historic Santa Clara railway depot near Santa Clara Cartrain Station. There are many railways with historical artifacts and complicated model railways by the scale of HO and N. Freedom.
- In the precincts surrounding Santa Clara City Hall, 1500 Worberton Abage City Hall, there are statues of Santa Clara, fountains, "Walk Through the Past Tranquility" treads, public paintings, and banners flying down the flags on Santa Clara. The city hall has a collection of historic photos. The city hall is across the street from the Triton Museum, and if you visit the museum, it is worth a walk on the ground.
- The old square, roughly speaking, is the area of the city of El Camino Real, Lafayette, Market and Lincoln, constituting the old historic district. Many houses from the 19th century are well preserved. If you have time, explore the area by bicycle or on foot, and make time to visit local historic buildings around the old quad, such as the Harris Las Museum and the Women's Club Adobe.
- Agnews Historic Cemetery Museum, 1250 Hope Dr☏ . This is an appointment phone. The museum opened in 2010 and, from 1888 to 2009, works at the Agnews National Hospital and later at the Agnews Development Center, where people have lived, praise the restored cemetery artifacts, photos and viewing areas.
- 8 Lady of our Peace Church and Cathedral, 2800 Mission College, Blvd; . 24 hours
- [1 California's Great America], [4701 Great America Parkway] ☏ +1 408 988-1776. Between the office buildings, there is one of the largest amusement parks in the Bay Area. The shop is opened according to the season. Yes, I can hear a jet-coaster scream from the room.
- San Francisco 49ers (public transportation: Great America Amtrak/ACE station or Great America VTA Light Rail station) In 2014, 49 members of the U.S. Soccer League moved to Santa Clara, playing a home game at Levies Stadium next to the U.S. in California.
- Santa Clara Golf Tennis Club, 5155 Stars and Stripes, .
- Santomas Aquino/Saratoga Creek Trail. It extends south to the intersection of Cabrilo and Santomas Expressway. Heading north along the Santomas Aquino Creek route toward the bay, almost parallel to the Santomas Expressway. which led to other lanes and to Bairland Gardens in Sunnyvale.
- Santa Clara Vanguard. The Kobue Soldier Officer Candidate Student Corps Bokantai Show is a seasonal event and in summer, a group tour is held to tour the whole country.
- Santa Clara Acames. a synchronized swimming The group has many Olympic team members among its classmates.
- Santa Clara, 1511 Worberton Average. The local volunteer theater company is set in three to four shows a year. For a program, date, and time, see your company's website. 10-18 dollars.
- The University of Santa Clara is a private university of the Jesuits, and has a wide range of faculty and graduate programs in each of its private schools: literature, education, counseling psychology, business, engineering, theology, and law schools. Summer school classes are open to visitors and students.
- Mission College, Phone +1 408 988-2200, Mission College Boulevard (3000). This community college provides academic, professional, and other classes (including Associate Degree and Bachelor's Degree).
- UCSC provides certification curriculum and courses through Silicon Valley Extension, a location for Santa Clara.
- Santa Clara Adult Education, a division of the Santa Clara Unified School District, provides some technical, academic and recreational classes. Students must be eighteen years old or older.
- Santa Clara Parks and the Recreation Department offer a variety of classes in the Recreation Activities Guide. Non-residents can take classes, but the citizens pay less.
- The Santa Clara City Library has many programs, lectures, presentations and classes. For more information, see the program schedule on the Web site.
- 1 Westfield Valley Fair, 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd, . It's probably the largest shopping center in the area and it's definitely the most successful. Most of them are in San Jose, which is due to the mad quilt of San Jose's growth. It began as two shopping districts. One was Macy's, and the other little was Open Air Mall. The other was an Empolium shop a few blocks away. The current shopping center is now a large building with multiple floors, food courts, and node storms. Although Macy's business is not conducted at the moment, it is an old store with features such as men's clothes, kitchen, and glass ware. It's good exercise to walk from one of Macy's to the other. When Westfield took over the volleyball fair, they increased the parking lot significantly.
- Row 2Across Stevens Creek Blvd of Valley Fair is the new outdoor boutique shopping area with more restaurants, hotels and other interesting stores (Crate&Barrel, Best Buy), Santana Row. Consider the rodeo drive of Santa Clara/San Jose. There are 70 stores including Tiffany, Gucci, Oakley, Ann Taylor Loft, Ted Baker, Lucy, Urban Outfitter, Diesel and Barbury.
- a farm market. The farmer's market in Franklin Square (between Jackson Street and Homestead-Benton) is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. In addition to fresh California fruits and vegetables, farmers' markets usually sell raw music and food such as tamales and samosa. Local artists and craftsmen are also selling hand-made products.
- Railway Factory 1829: Puruneridge Abage ( 408 . M 9:30AM-4PM, Tu-Sa 9:30AM-6PM. If you are fond of model trains, model trains or model trains, you can choose either model trains or model train books.
- Trade-A-Book 2740El Camino Real (near Moonlight Center, Office Depot, Cross Street is Kiely Blvd) A small, secondhand bookstore. The selection includes general fiction, but emphasizes romance, science fiction and mystery.
Area restaurants feature food from cultures around the world and reflect their diversity. You don't have to eat twice at the same restaurant or at the same restaurant.
- Rivermark Village. Along the pedestrian-friendly main street at the south end of the town are supermarkets, cafes and specialty shops. Livermark Village is the 136,000 square feet of the best shopping center in town. The new generation of Safeway supermarkets is 65,000 square feet. The restaurants include: Yan Can, Peet's Coffee & Tea, Jamba Juice, Quizno, Red Robin, Baja Fresh, Prolific Oven, and Premier Piza are used in many stores.
- Tosendo-fu : El Camino Real (corner of El Camino Real and Scott, strip street behind Union 76 station), ☏ 408 248 . Of the 12 Korean restaurants in Santa Clara or so, Guesson is one of the best. The specialty is tofu-based hot pot dishes from Korea. The restaurant offers vegetarian food as well as vegetarian food.
- Yuki Sushi 1827 Pruneridge Ave (in the Sugi shopping center at Purnaredge Winchester corner)☏+1 , Fax: +1 408 260-1988. Lunch: TU-F 11:30AM-2PM, dinner: Tu-Sa 5PM-9:30PM, Su 5PM-9PM "Yuki Sushi," a famous sushi restaurant for Holiday Sushi, specializes in the innovative rolls that combine Western and Japanese cuisine. Vegetarian requests, noodles, donburi, and teishoku are also on the menu. Restaurants are usually full. Take out is possible.
- California Noodle House (1460 Halford Ave, one block west of Lawrence Expressway, one block south of El Camino in Strip Mall across the call shop ☏ . 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the 1st. It's a delicious and affordable noodle dish, and is served in a large container with different types of meat. There are also other dishes such as ice coffee and tea.
- La Paloma, 2280 El Camino Real (El Camino and Los Padres for bright yellow buildings),☏+1 408 247 . M-Th 11AM-9:30PM, F Sa 11AM-10PM, Su 4PM-9PM. Most of Mexican food is affordable. A small family-run restaurant has a gorgeous decor. Having a live concert on Friday and Saturday nights may cause crowds. Like lunch buffet on weekdays, take out is also possible. While parking may be difficult during popular times, there are many street parking in nearby residential streets.
- Pitza Chicago, 1576 Halford Abe (El Camino, on the other side of the more visible fish market). To provide a rich and rich Chicago-style pizza.
- Athena Grill 1505 Space Park Dr (near Santomas and Scott), . The weekend isn't open. It's a delicious authentic Greek dish that's worth visiting mainly business and industrial districts. The main foods are salad, pita-kiri, bread and dip. If you eat a lot of dessert and you still have room to eat dessert, try a custard dessert with filo and syrup, galactomeco.
- Stan's donut, 2628 Homestead Rd (across the opposite end of the Safeway, across the library and Central Park). a genuine donut, a hot, new, antique way. Founded in 1959 by the local resident Stanford Wittmeyer, Stan is still a family-run company. Stan is popular among locals, so it sometimes gets crowded in the morning.
- TusCA 5101 Great America Parkway (located in Hyatt Regncy Santa Clara), . Inspired by the heart-warming dishes of the western coast of Italy, this dish is prepared by fusing Tuscany's natural taste extract made by easily mixing fresh seasonal ingredients together to obtain locally grown California produce, meat and fish.
- Parcel 104, 2700 Mission College Blvd (Santa Clara Marriott), 408 970 . One of the top restaurants in South Bay is hidden on the first floor of the Santa Clara Marriott, near the Great America Parkway on Highway 101. This is a sophisticated example of California cuisine (light food, fish, flavoring fruit, fresh vegetables, etc.), combined with the influence of Asia, such as Japanese food. Excellent wine and desserts. Get ready to use your money to enjoy yourself.
- Biltmore Hotel & Suites 2151, Laurelwood Rd, Toll-Free: . Pet-friendly rooms, meeting facilities and wireless Internet.
- 1 Driftwood Inn, 3477 El Camino Real, 408 984 . Affordable accommodation in San Jose/Silicon Valley. Attractions and destinations in the nearby bay area.
- Holiday Inn Express Santa Clara 1700 El Camino Real, +1 408 554-9200.
- Hyatt Regency Santa Clara 5101 Great America Parkway, +1 408 200-1234. Connecting to the Luxury San Jose Hotel Convention Center and passing through the street from the Great America Theme Park in California. It features a guest room with a valley, Wi-Fi, Internet access, and a work desk view.
- Ramada Limited Santa Clara, 1655 El Camino Real, ☏ +1 408 244-8313.
- The Plaza Suites 3100 Lakeside Dr,+1 408 748-9800, Fax:. This is a very good hotel.
- Santa Clara Mariot, 2700 Mission College Blvd, +1 408 988-1500, fax:.
- Hyatt House Santa Clara 3915 Rivermark☏ Plaza .
- Woodcrest Hotel, 5415 Stevens Creek Blvd, +1 408 446-9636.
- 2 Embassy Suites Hotel Santa Clara, 2885 Lakeside Dr, 408 496 . A suite of two rooms of the Silicon Valley Hotel, Great America, San Jose Airport near the Santa Clara Convention Center, free breakfast and free cocktails.
- Hyatt House Santa Clara 3915 Rivermark Plaza, +1 408 486-0800,
- The 2635 Homestead Road Santa Clara City Library was completely rebuilt in 2004. The library has many Internet terminals and cafes. If you use one of the terminals, try arriving when the library is open or working on weekdays when your child is at school. If you have a library card, the library provides free Wi-Fi access. You can also visit the temporary library card at the information center near the main entrance on the first floor, where you can access the Internet without having to check out the card. Meanwhile, he walks around the library, watches the artwork in the building and goes to Central Park. The small mission branch of the public library is located at 1098 Lexington Street near Santa Clara University. It also provides WiFi and a limited number of Internet terminals.
- The Santa Clara Convention Center, 5001 Great America Pkwy. Parking is free and usually sufficient depending on the street conventions.
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