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Located near San Jose in the industrious Silicon Valley, Santa Clara is home to many large tech companies. This may be a bigger city in California, but there is a down-home vibe where people love to get out and walk through the different districts for shopping, sightseeing, and dining. Home to the San Francisco 49ers, Levi Stadium stands proudly in downtown Santa Clara as a beacon of community spirit and hometown pride. No matter if Santa Clara is your home or you are just visiting for a while, there is always something that will grab your attention and make you want to come back again and again. From excellent shopping to amusement parks, Santa Clara has everything a college-town should have without being overrun by partying co-eds everywhere you turn. While in Santa Clara, don’t be weighed down by heavy or bulky luggage or bags. Instead, lean on Bounce to find you the perfect short-term storage for your belongings. Bounce partners with many businesses throughout Santa Clara to offer short-term storage for luggage and other larger bags to give you the freedom to experience the city.
It is easy to become overwhelmed by bulky bags or overnight bags when you are out and about. There is no reason to race to your hotel or back home when Bounce is here to make things easier for you. Bounce has partnered with several businesses throughout the city to offer short-term storage solutions for your convenience. Simply find a Bounce partner, sign up, and drop off your bags. It really is that easy.
Top Things to Do
Santa Clara is not your typical college town even though it is home to Santa Clara University. It does have that unique vibe where you just want to walk through the city, marveling at all the activity around you. Wander through shopping districts searching for that special gift or enjoy a leisurely meal at a local bistro. No matter what your plans while in Santa Rosa, Bounce has you covered. Check out some of our favorite places:
Every city has that one thing that sets it apart from every other city in the country. Santa Clara has fantastic attractions that draw young and old alike. From history museums to amusement parks to professional football, this city blends old-world traditions with up-and-coming trailblazing technology.
Intel Corp and Museum: Located inside Intel’s headquarters, this museum may not sound exciting, but once inside, you are sucked into the world of technology. Most exhibits inside are interactive to nurture our natural curiosity toward all things tech. Learn how the tech revolution began, see the first microchips and processors, and imagine what the future holds as technology continues to evolve.
49ers Museum: You do not necessarily need to be an avid football fan, but it may help if you have someone with you who knows a thing or two about the sport and the 49ers. Inside Levi Stadium, check out statues of past heroes who have worn the 49ers uniform. The Lombardi Trophies the team has won are also displayed. Be sure to take time to watch the introductory film before wandering through the museum. (Bag check policy: Levi Stadium has a clear bag policy of no bigger than 12”x6”x12”. All other bags must be checked at the stadium’s guest services.)
California’s Great America: This 100-acre amusement park offers great fun for everyone. Amusement rides will take your breath away and leave your tummy feeling a bit uneasy. The water park is an excellent place to cool off and ward off the California sun. (Bag check policy: Small lockers are available at the front gate and near the water park. Larger lockers are also located near the water park.)
Finding the right gift, accessory or outfit really is a sport for some people. Bartering for the best bargains at the local farmers market puts a smile on the faces of some. Santa Clara is only minutes from San Jose and both cities offer fantastic shopping opportunities for locals and visitors.
Westfield Valley Fair Shopping Center: Many locals will refer to this center as Westfield Mall and boast abFinding the right gift, accessory or outfit really is a sport for some people. Bartering for the best bargains at the local farmers market puts a smile on the faces of some. Santa Clara is only minutes from San Jose and both cities offer fantastic shopping opportunities for locals and visitors. out the number of stores located here. You can pretty much grab dinner, find shoes and a new wardrobe for the whole family, pick up home goods, and replace worn out gaming systems all under one rather large roof. Spend a few hours window shopping and finding the best deals.
Santana Row: Located just down the street from Westfield Valley Fair Shopping Center, Santana Row is a unique outdoor shopping experience. There are over 50 different shops located within this district where you can find fabulous souvenirs, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and specialty shops.
Sunnyvale Farmers Market: Spend a sunny day shopping among the many vendors at this colorful and jam-packed farmers market. Fresh fruits and veggies are abundant, but so are jams, jellies, baked goods, homemade candies, and crafts. You will be on sensory overload when you first enter the market. Bring your sense of adventure and your haggling skills with you when you venture forth into the market.
Santa Clara may not seem like a culinary lover’s dream place to visit, but there is a plethora of fine dining establishments, small bistros, mom-and-pop diners, and coffee houses spread throughout the city to please even the pickiest palette. From fresh seafood and fine Italian fare to basic American cuisine, you will not go hungry in this city.
Asian Influence: Asian-inspired restaurants abound throughout the city from quick Chinese take-out to spicy Thai. College students keep many of the Asian-infused eateries thriving. On an upscale note, Kobe Japanese Restaurant has an extensive menu, including salmon, sushi, sake, and shrimp. Tasty specialty dishes are featured daily.
Americana Fare: Good old-fashioned American cuisine will always be a hit with the college crowd. Hometown comfort food is a hit with any group, and Yard House has put a new twist on comfort food. This high-end sports bar and restaurant is the happening place in Santa Clara, especially on game night. Ask about specialty draft beers to pair with your meal selections.
Italian Pizzeria: Who better to make an authentic pizza than your neighborhood Italian bistro? There are several pizza joints and Italian restaurants in Santa Clara but there is something about Mio Vicino that brings people back again and again. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert; the tiramisu is to die for.
Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Santa Clara?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Hostal - Restaurant Florida Center, El Sol, and Restaurant La Aldaba. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Santa Clara are Hotel Santa Clara Libre, Suite Florencia B&B, and Central Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Santa Clara are Hostal Francisco, HOSTAL BEGONIA, and Hostal Ítaca.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Santa Clara?
Santa Clara offers several scenic parks including Monumento al Tren Blindado, Jardín Zoológico El Bosque, and Parque Vidal.
Where can I store my luggage in Santa Clara?
We've partnered with local Santa Clara businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.
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