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Airport

Airport

Sonoma County is reached via direct air service on Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, and American Airlines to Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport (STS), named after long-time Santa Rosa resident Charles M. Schulz (creator of the “Peanuts” comic strip). Sonoma County Airport has nonstop Alaska Airlines flights from/to Los Angeles (LAX), Orange County (SNA), Portland (PDX), San Diego (SAN), and Seattle (SEA), and with American Airlines from/to (PHX), and additional destinations with United Airlines. Nearby international airports include: - San Francisco International (SFO) - Oakland International (OAK) - Sacramento International (SMF)
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Public Transport

Catch the Sonoma County Airport Express (+1 707 837 8700, www.airportexpressinc.com) from San Francisco International Airport. There are four stops in Sonoma County, including the Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport (STS), where you can rent a car or take a taxi to the nearest winery. The Golden Gate Transit (+1 415 923 2000; www.goldengate.org) operates bus 70/71/80 from San Francisco to Petaluma and to Santa Rosa. Catch it at Main and Folsom streets, at the temporary Transbay Terminal. Ride the ferry from the San Francisco Ferry Building to Larkspur Ferry (www.goldengateferry.org/schedules/Larkspur.php). From there, catch Golden Gate Transit to Sonoma County. Greyhound (1 800 231 2222; www.greyhound.com) operates from San Francisco to Santa Rosa. There are transfers for local buses. Sonoma County Transit (+1 707 576 7433, www.sctransit.com) runs the bus service from Santa Rosa to Petaluma, Sonoma, and western Sonoma County, including the Russian River Valley towns. Amtrak (1 800 872 7245; www.amtrak.com) trains travel to Martinez, with connecting buses to Santa Rosa and Healdsburg. Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) (www.sonomamarintrain.org) is a new rail service from San Rafael to the Sonoma County Airport, stopping in several Sonoma County towns: Petaluma, Cotati, Rohnert Park and Santa Rosa. Service starts in 2017. While in Sonoma County, plan on renting a car or book a chauffeured ride. Sonoma County has decent public transportation but, with about a million acres, the buses may not run to attractions and wineries you want to visit.
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