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Once a modest Spanish farming settlement, San Jose, California, is now the state's third most populous city. It's also the capital of Silicon Valley, a hub of innovation that’s home to giants like PayPal and eBay (to name just a few). Its northern neighbour San Francisco may be known for its 1960s counterculture, but holidays in San Jose will put you in the thick of today’s revolution: technological.
Once you're settled in at your San Jose accommodation, visit the city’s Museum of Art or channel your inner engineer with the interactive exhibits at the Tech Museum of Innovation. Afterward, "tech" a break from all that learning and thinking and stop at one of the many restaurants in downtown. Next up, work off those burritos with a little shopping or a walk along the Guadalupe River Trail. For added intrigue, head south for a tour of the enigmatic Winchester Mystery House, a 160-room Victorian mansion packed with architectural curiosities such as stairways to nowhere, secret passageways and spying windows.
Do you know the way to San Jose? Touch down at San Jose International Airport (SJC) and you're a mere 6 km from downtown. Hop on the Airport Flyer to the Metro Light Rail Station, and from there it's easy to get to San Jose hotels—or anywhere you want to go in the region. If you’ve gotta have a pic at the Golden Gate Bridge, fly into SFO and check out our San Francisco accommodation; then take the train 75 km south to San Jose. Better yet, look into Wotif’s awesome car hire deals for your own set of wheels.
Save the puzzles and secrets for the Mystery House and book your hotels in San Jose through Wotif. We’ve got the easiest booking process around, so you can create your ideal holiday and keep the good times rolling.
Hotels in San Jose start at AU$107 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.