Gambling and wine took the tourism revenue of Temecula to multi-million dollars. Here the tourism industry is nearly five times bigger now than it was five years ago.
Wineries in the rolling hills east of town are quietly becoming a tourist crowd-puller. There were 15 wineries in Riverside County five years ago, that number has doubled now.
Temecula has innumerable attractions of its own to allure visitors. Situated in Temecula Valley, the area has dozens of vineyards, many of which offer tasting and tours. Grape line Wine Country Shuttle provides a convenient service for wine lovers, taking people from vineyard to vineyard for a day of wine sampling. Sightseeing above the land is another popular pastime which is offered in a number of ways.
Rich in history the city celebrates its past daily in Old Town Temecula, where shops and restaurants are found inside restored buildings from the 1800s. Visitors can learn the local history from the Temecula Valley Museum.
The Temecula Valley balloon and Wine Festival combines the area’s celebrated pastime and draws viewers from around the world to visit.
Temecula offers world-class facilities like lodging and transportation to its visitors. Charter Bus, that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit, are easily accessible to plan a comfortable ground transportation here.
Falkner Winery: This is one of the premier wineries in Southern California. It is located in beautiful Temecula Wine Country. Free Jazz is performed on Sundays.
A Balloon or biplane Adventure by California Dreamin: It offers exciting sunrise champagne balloon adventures over the beautiful Temecula Wine Country.