San Jose is a growing popular city in Northern California that is on the list of most who, while the sun and sea as well as the Spanish flavor of life. Being the third most populated city in the state, it is located close to San Francisco Bay. Today it has developed as an affluent county in the state and forms a significant city to visit in the San Francisco bay area.
The city’s distinct cultural traditions hail from the Spanish settlements that inhabited the region and led to the founding of the city in 1777. It is the first city that was founded in California. The area had an economic boom on a massive scale and by the nineties the city along with Silicon Valley had become global centers for high tech and the internet industry. Being a global city today, it has now risen to the ranks of being one of the wealthiest and major cities of the country.
When you come to San Jose as a visitor, stop by certain landmark points that showcase history of the region. The Tech Museum of Innovation is a unique modern museum here that has hands on exhibits for all ages as well as an IMAX theatre.
The Winchester mystery house is another unique tourist destination here. It is a quirky mansion that has odd architectural design features. It is said to have been designed for confusing guests.
The Sunol regional wilderness is a park that comes with a scenic gorge as well as hiking trails. It is a popular place for recreational activities like camping, swimming and hiking.
Don Edwards is a national wildlife refuge which is a habitat formed for migrating and native animals. There are several migrating birds to be seen here as well as native fauna and flora.
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Visit the Mission Peak, which is a summit located on a ridge in a public park called the Mission Peak Regional Preserve for hiking and mountaineering activities.
These are some of the several natural and manmade tourist attraction sites in San Jose.