Explore Silicon Valley! Cities in this world-renowned valley include: Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saratoga and Sunnyvale. Home to the world’s largest high-tech companies and thousands of tech start-ups, the region known as Silicon Valley is centered in the Santa Clara Valley.
There is a lot to see and do here. Take a photo in front of an Android icon at Google or visit the Computer History, Intel, or Tech Museums. The region is home to Northern California’s largest theme park at California’s Great America where you can ride roller coasters, see fabulous shows and even slide down water slides. You can also explore the beautiful, but bizarre Winchester Mystery House and hit the shops at the Great Mall, Santana Row, Stanford Shopping Center, and Westfield Valley Fair. There is much to explore, so get started now. It’s all right here at Visit Silicon Valley!
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A unique Silicon Valley city, Saratoga has so much to offer! From the sophisticated businesses and exceptional schools Read More »
A small city with internationally-known businesses, Mountain View reflects the ideals and innovation of Silicon Valley in every Read More »
While tradition and history play a large role in Campbell, the community has combined that with development and Read More »
Santa Clara is at the center of Silicon Valley, where transportation in and around the city is convenient, Read More »
Surrounded by mountain ranges, both the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Diablo Range, Morgan Hill offers a picturesque Read More »
The mixture of old and new, along with the small town feel combined with big city businesses is Read More »
Known as the “Crossroads to Silicon Valley”, Milpitas is situated between two major highways, making it easily accessible. Read More »
While there are numerous attractions, hotels, and places to eat within Silicon Valley, there is so much to Read More »
Often referred to as the “Garlic Capital of the World,” Gilroy is most well known for its garlic Read More »
Known as the 11th wealthiest city and most educated small town, Cupertino embodies the high-tech culture of Silicon Read More »
Los Gatos sits where the Santa Clara Valley meets the Santa Cruz Mountains, providing a variety of recreational Read More »
The tree-lined streets and small village feel of Los Altos makes this Silicon Valley town desirable for residents Read More »