How to Get to Paso Robles?
Updated: Nov 11, 2020
Like something you heard before Covid at a neighborhood party or ordering a bottle of wine at your favorite restaurant, Paso Robles (known as “Paso” by locals) is just a short drive, flight, or train trip for a couple of R&R. These days, you can easily work remotely and enjoy the Central Coast from one of our amazing hotels or an Airbnb. There are over 250 Airbnbs in Paso! I’ll blog about those later. Here are the best ways to get to Paso.
If you’re coming to Paso by car, we are smack dab in the middle of California, between
views of the Salinas Valley where revered author, John Steinbeck, wrote several American classics. From the South, your trip will be accompanied by views of the Pacific Ocean. What a great way to kick off your getaway—maybe rent a convertible!
We have a great regional airport that connects directly to 7 major airports! One of the best things about flying here is the fact that they are typically always early since there is no competing air traffic. Once you arrive at the airport, you can easily get an Uber to town. If you are booking a wine tour, be sure to ask if it would be possible to add on an airport pick-up and drop off.
My favorite by far! Sit back, work from the Wifi or read a book, the train is an affordable and adventurous means of transportation. The first train to Paso arrived in 1866 and it has never stopped. In fact, much of Paso’s success can be credited back to the train. People were able to easily visit the hot springs, and when Paso was known as the “Almond Empire,” almonds were easily shipped via train. If you are coming from the Bay Area, the train takes about 5 hours with only a couple of stops along the way. Coming from LA, the train follows the coastline most of the way—amazing views. The train drops you off right in Downtown Paso with an easy walk to many Airbnbs and hotels in the area.
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