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Generations ago, the determined, hard-bitten miners of the California Gold Rush lay the foundations of what we know as Roseville today. The city's long history can still be felt as you amble through the streets, particularly in the Downtown district which is identified by a towering iconic sign. A short drive from the state capital of Sacramento, Roseville's picturesque placing by the Sierra Nevada foothills, and its plethora of shopping locations, cultural spots, and general buzz make it a fine place to spend time when holidaying in California.

Things to see

Want proof that you don't have to be in a major city like New York, Los Angeles, or Las Vegas to take in a spectacular live show? Then check out the Tower Theatre, a gorgeous turquoise Art Deco-style landmark that dates back to the 1940s and plays hosts to powerful plays and melodious musicals to this day. Vernon Street is always a hive of activity, and the Downtown district in general is packed with cool cafés, independent eateries, and a succession of art galleries showcasing the most inspired works of Californian painters and sculptors. There are regular tours and art walks to take part in as well. One of the biggest attractions of the area is Golfland Sunsplash, a colorful theme park featuring exhilarating raft rides, long winding water slides, shimmering wavepools, and even a water rollercoaster. Not to mention miniature golf and laser tag among the non-splashy activities on offer. For a more tranquil day out, head to Maidu Regional Park, which stretches over 150 acres and includes sports fields, bike paths, and picnic areas. Special mention has to be made of Denio’s Farmers' Market & Swap Meet, the city's biggest market, which was founded in 1947 and is still going strong. You can browse amid kitsch keepsakes, ornate antiques, and vintage clothing, while tucking into handmade chilli and freshly battered corndogs.

Hotels in Roseville

You certainly won't be at a loss for a place to stay, as there are hotels in Roseville to fit budgets big and small. There's a very good smattering of reliable chain hotels, offering smartly turned-out rooms that are air conditioned and typically feature WiFi access, ensuring you won't have to go without your daily dose of the Internet. You can also expect to find nice little extras like indoor swimming pools, spa tubs, and on-site fitness centers at the larger hotels.

Where to stay

Many of the hotels in Roseville are right in the city center, making them ideal if you intend to do some serious shopping. You'll be within walking distance of some of the palatial malls, including Westfield Galleria at Roseville, which houses high-end designer outlets as well as familiar high street names, and Fountains at Roseville with its quirkier boutiques and restaurants. Alternatively, you could opt to stay at one of the hotels right next to the Golfland Sunsplash theme park, and there is an even wider variety of accommodation to choose from further towards Sacramento.

How to get to Roseville

If you're flying into the area, you'll find that the closest major arrival point to Roseville is Sacramento International Airport, which is just a short drive from the city. One of America's most iconic trains, the California Zephyr, also serves the area, carrying passengers to cities such as Chicago and Colorado. It's one of the longest and most spectacular routes in the United States. Once in Roseville, it's highly recommended that you hire a car as that really is the easiest way to get around and see the surrounding landscape as well as the city itself.