Convenient to US-101, this Spanish-style hotel is half a mile from Carpinteria's famed beach and close to the Santa Ynez Mountains; Santa Barbara lies within ...
Hyatt Centric Santa Barbara is just across the road from East Beach, and a 5-minute walk from Santa Barbara Zoo. The MTD Waterfront Shuttle can whisk guests ...
Santa Barbara may seem relatively small when compared to the major cities of California, but it has plenty to offer its visitors. Stearns Wharf is the perfect place to see the beauty of the Pacific Ocean. You can travel back in time to see the early history of the area, by visiting Mission Santa Barbara, which was first constructed in 1786.
Santa Barbara is made up of ten unique neighborhoods and districts. The Riviera is an extremely popular spot for visitors because the hotels overlook the beautiful hillside and Pacific Ocean. Visitors to the city will travel through Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (SBA), which is less than ten miles west of downtown. The Metropolitan Transit District operates buses throughout the city, but bicycles are also a popular means of transportation.
The moderate climate in Santa Barbara makes it a great place to visit at any time of the year. Snow may cover the Santa Ynez Mountains, but the city rarely gets below 50 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter. Santa Barbara is a major destination for film buffs throughout the United States. The Santa Barbara International Film Festival takes place over 11 days in late January and early February. The festival was founded in 1986, and it hosts film screenings and panels with accomplished actors.
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