Chico is in Bhutto County, California. It's the most famous state university.
Amtrak stops once a day at 1 Orange St at 1 Chico Station, at the 450 Orange St and W 5St orange, as follows:
- Amtrak Coast Star Light travels once a day between Seattle and Los Angeles, and travels to Christmas Falls, Dance Mia, Redding, Chico and Sacramento.
- Amtrak Sliway Motor Coach. The Redding (Red Bluff, Chico, Oroville, Merrisville, Swiss San Fairfield, Davis, etc.) is connected to Amtrak San Yaokins and Capitol Corridor trains in Sacramento, and is the only train in Sun Hoakins Train in Stockton. This bus ticket only goes to Amtrak. A high speed bus stops at the RABA Transit Center at 1530 Yuba St on the opposite side of Redding Station (see below).
Chico crosses National Route 99 and can also be accessed via Orlando Street 32 East Route at Interstate 5 exit #619 (I-5).
- Greyhound, Chico Station at 450 Orange St, ☏ 1 530 343-8266, Toll-Free: . Through the state of 5/SR-99, Greyhound will travel through Salem, Corvalis, Eugene, Roseberg, Gran Tspas, Medford, Weed, Red, Chico, Oroville and Marisville connecting Portland and Sacramento. The passengers will take buses at Medford, Redding, Sacramento and Los Angeles to increase their destinations. Some buses run directly between Redding and Sacramento. Review the schedule.
The nearest international airport is at Sacramento (SMF IATA), located at 90mi (140 km) south. In the north of the town, Chico also holds a general airport called 2 Chico Municipal Airport (CIC IATA).
Get on your bicycle. One of the bicycle-friendly towns, local people and students like to ride bicycles.
Taxis are expensive and cheap, so you have to call you to pick you up.
The bus B-Line carries most of the locations in the city at an hour's fee.
- 1 Bidwell Mansion State Historical Park 525 Esplanade , 530 - EsplanadeTu-F Noon to 5 pm, Sa Su 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. John and Annie Bidwell once had the 26-room apartment but they were the first in the state to have indoor plumbing. The tour takes place once an hour and takes 50 minutes. Over 18: $4, $5-17:$2, $4.
- 2 Colman Memorial Community Museum, 13548 Centerville Rd, . Sa Su 1:00-4:00 p.m.
- 3 National Museum of Foreign Exchange, 320 Broadway Cents, . The Largest Yaw Collection in the United States
- 4 Chico Air Force Museum, 165 Ryan Ave, .
- 5 Gateway Science Museum, 625 Esplanade, [email protected]✉.
- 1 Bidwell Park, East 8 th (Chico Creek Nature Center), 1968☏+1 530 891 : +1 530 891-0837, ✉[email protected] 5:30 after sunset. The seventh largest city park in the United States has a variety of options for outdoor recreation, including hiking, viking and swimming. The lower part of the park starts around 99 on the Expressway, runs through the urban area to the northeast, and lasts five miles to the hilly area to the north of the city.
- Bird-in-hand, 320 Broadway St, . From Tommy Bahamas to toys, they sell a wide range of products. There is also a Yo-Yo Museum that houses the world's largest wooden yo-yo.
- 1Aca Taco, 133 Broadway St, 530 894 . Aka octopus is one of the most popular late-night sweets in Chico. Their popular Britos is the perfect end of a good night.
- 25th Street Steakhouse, 345th Nishi 5th Ward, 530 891 . At a fancy dinner restaurant, the small but sacred steam house is famous for its wine cellars as wide as the steak.
- Italian Cottage, 2234 Esplanade. Excellent breakfast omelets, especially spicy Italian food, with marinara sauce, melted cheese, sausage and pepperoni.
- Jedidia's 817 Main St. Great Breakfasts。
- [3 Morning Thunder Cafe], 352 Vallombrosa Ave, 530 342 In the vote for the local newspaper "Chico News and Review," most people chose Chico's best breakfast for years. We recommend that you choose bread with muffins that taste different every day. The potatoes for breakfast can be made especially crispy if you ask for them, and especially good.
- Noby's, 1444 Park Ave, . a popular burger joint The burger has a crispy cheese skirt. Outdoor seats are a bit cramped, so it's good for a good day.
- Pluto's, 210 Main St, +1 530 343-0165 Fax . Pluto specializes in healthy, incredibly delicious sandwiches and salads. I'd like to cook turkey. In addition to fries, there are a variety of other ingredients including stuffing, macaroni, cheese, and garlic-fried potatoes.
- 4 Red Tavern, 1250 Esplanado, . a professionally prepared California-style meal I'm sure I need a reservation on my weekend night. $15+.
- Smokin' Mo's BBQ, 131 Broadway St, +1 530 891 66773 chips with chicken, pork, and ribs. You can choose from four different types of sources and take as many types of sources as you want. Order at the counter.
- Sierra Nevada Tuple Room Restaurant E20th, 1075,☏+1 530 345 . Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; F Sa 11AM~10PM. This is one of Chico's revolutionary restaurants. Since its inception in 1979, Sierra Nevada Beer has been a Chico icon. The Chico are proud of their local brewers and Sierra Nevada is found all over the town. The accompanying tuples and restaurants are one of the most popular places to eat in Chico. They are almost always full and sometimes wait longer, but the price is reasonable and the food is great.
- Sultan's Bistro, 300 Broadway St, +1 530 345-7455. Beef and ram gyro plates are recommended.
- Tee Bar and Fusion Cafe, 250 Vallombrosa Ave, ☏ +1 530 895-8100. The California fusion food and various teas, chocolate chai frost, are one of the most popular drinks. It is not listed on the menu, but it can be drunk as frost or sparkling. For example, I would like to change "strawberry lime-foamed tea" to "strawberry lime-frost."
-  Windy's Chinese, 1000 W Sacramento Ave #G, 530 343 (Chinese).
- 6 Woodstock's Pizza (166 E 2nd St) +1 530 , Fax:. The title of the Chico's best pizza joint is controversial, and nobody has a problem with Woodstock throwing a hat into the ring. With its choice and delicious dessert, it's the perfect place to study at night and enjoy the night on the town.
- 1 Joe's Bar, 749 West 5th St, +1 530 894 The floor sawdust, music, cheap drinks, the courtyard, and a crowd singing after midnight.
- 2 Madison Bear Garden 316 W 2nd St . The local "bear" is a favorite of the students of CSU Chico. A burger variation is enough to keep students eating for years. The adventurous Jiffy Burger (a hamburger of peanut butter!) is a must. At night, the bear changes from a local hamburger spot to a late-night party featuring a second-floor theme night, competition and music.
- 3 Sierra Nevada Berkeley, 1075 E 20th St, . Go to the tour and try the best brewing in the country. The brewery, owned by individuals, offers a delicious arehaus of food and beer at about $2.50 a cup. Try a beer sampler.
- Butte Creek Breaging Co, 945W 2nd St, This modest outfit is hidden in his brother Sierra Nevada and offers alcoholic drinks and tours as defined by microbeer.
- 4 Panama's Bar and Cafe, 177E 2nd St, . The favorite of the cafe and bar students is the lively club known on the dance floor, just as the Long Island Iced Tea. Fun tropical themes and a fun atmosphere will replace some of the big bars in Chico. It is not always a gay bar, but it has a gay-friendly atmosphere.
- 1 Motel 6, 665 Manzanita Ct,, Fax:.
- 2 Best Western Heritage Inn, 25 Heritage Runs, , Toll-Free: +1 530 894-86000
- 3 Courated Chico, 2481 Carmichael Drive, , fax.
- 4 Oxford Suites Chico, 2035 Business Ln, , Toll-Free . The right choice for travelers. At an affordable price, the entire facility is equipped with many business centers and Wi-Fi to provide a free breakfast buffet.
- 5 Ramada Plaza Chico 685 Manzanita Ct .
- 6-Residence Inchico, 2485 Carmichael Dr,☏+1 530 894, Fax:
- 7 University Inn, 630 Main St,, Fax number. Provides a free continental breakfast.
- 8-Hotel Diamond, 220 West 4th St, . The first diamond hotel opened in 1904 as "the only first-class house in Chico and the best house in the north of Sacramento." The door was closed in the great fire of 1916. Between the 1920s and 1990s, students of Chico National University occupied the building as a dormitory or a low-cost hotel and it became vacant. The new hotel diamond opened in May 2005.
- Gold Country - The place where California was actually established.
- Mt. Russell - A volcanic park about an hour and a half from Chico, a beautiful outdoor hiking and breathtaking scenery.
- Oroville - Twenty minutes east of Chico, you can see this historic town as a hit town during the golden rush era.
- Sacramento - About an hour and 45 minutes south of the capital of Chico and California.
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