America’s Greatest Main Streets

Cheers to these small towns for great Main Streets, where you can admire architecture, sample the local flavor, and find a lost America.

Paso Robles, CA

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Midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, this community of 30,000 was founded around natural hot springs. More recently, some 200 wineries have put down stakes in nearby hills, bringing new life to a once-moribund downtown. Visitors can take in wine tastings, exhibits, and movies around a square lined with buildings that range from adobe-style to high Victorian.

Worth a Stop: Learn more about the region’s Pinot Noirs and Zinfandels by signing up for a five-hour excursion with Paso Robles Wine Glass Tours.

—Wayne Curtis

America’s Greatest Main Streets

Paso Robles, CA

Midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, this community of 30,000 was founded around natural hot springs. More recently, some 200 wineries have put down stakes in nearby hills, bringing new life to a once-moribund downtown. Visitors can take in wine tastings, exhibits, and movies around a square lined with buildings that range from adobe-style to high Victorian.

Worth a Stop: Learn more about the region’s Pinot Noirs and Zinfandels by signing up for a five-hour excursion with Paso Robles Wine Glass Tours.

—Wayne Curtis

Courtesy of TravelPaso.com
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