Reno holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£360|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£370|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£397|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£369|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£318|
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Hiding at the base of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range separating northwest Nevada from California, Reno is a booming urban centre sitting amongst a tranquil landscape. Reno holidays introduce visitors to 'The Biggest Little City in the World', a place balancing sizzling city lights with the vast plains and imposing mountains around it. Multicultural, fun, and proudly friendly 'Renoite' locals are happy to share their unique history whose influence is still felt on Reno holidays.
Planning Reno Holidays
Located in the Pacific Time Zone (UTC-8), Reno was historically a vital crossroads between California and the East, especially after the gold rush. As such there are extremely good bus and road connections to Sacramento, San Francisco and other Californian cities, and the overland journey to Reno holidays is a great way to savour the landscape. Reno International Airport also receives flights from most major US airlines, or for a really memorable journey take the iconic California Zephyr train from either Chicago or San Francisco, which stops in Reno each day. Rain is an absolute rarity and unlikely to ruin Reno holidays at any time of the year, despite the extreme change from Reno's scorching summers—ideal for hiking and sunbathing—to its snowy winters, when the world-class skiing areas around Reno open to thousands of holiday-makers.
There is no place other than Las Vegas that can compete with the bright lights, spectacular shows and buzzing casinos of Reno's downtown area. However, just around the corner, California Avenue is a more subdued and romantic atmosphere where you can enjoy excellent food, including quality Mexican cuisine. At any time of the day or indeed the year, Wingfield Park, not far from downtown, is a staple on any Reno holidays; a fabulous place to relax, sit and watch the world go by, kayak, or take in an open-air concert at the amphitheatre.