San Jose Campervan Hire

With Compare & Choose we have made San Jose campervan hire simple by comparing many hire companies without the need of you having to trawl through lots of websites. Located in the awesome State of California is San Jose. It is the third largest city in the state and the tenth largest in the country. The city takes up around 466 square kilometres and has a population of almost 946,000 people. The city is located in close proximity of Silicon Valley. The city has advanced from being a small farming community to an electronic capital of the country. The Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport which is only 3 kilometres from the city, is the key airport for the city.

The climate of the city is best described as Mediterranean. The city is surrounded by many prestigious technological Universities, and computer industry giants like Adobe, Brocade Communications Systems, Cisco and eBay have their respective headquarters in San Jose. The researchers working in the city's companies produce more patents than any other US cities.

The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge preserves the natural habitat of migratory birds, it is here that visitors can indulge in the study or endangered species. The Alum Rock Park is city's oldest Park. There park has picnic areas, sand volleyball pits, water activities and mineral springs. The Emma Prusch Farm Park conserves the valley's agricultural past, it includes the largest barn in San Jose, demonstration gardens, community gardens, a rare fruit orchard, picnic areas, and massive expanses of lawn.

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San Jose also loves its parks, big time. The following is just a small list of some of the must see locations which includes the Almaden Quicksilver County Park, the Circle of Palms Plaza, the Field Sports Park, Kelley Park, which includes the Happy Hollow Park & Zoo, the Japanese Friendship Garden, and the History Park at Kelley Park, the Martial Cottle Park, Overfelt Gardens, which includes the Chinese Cultural Garden, Plaza de Cesar Chavez, Rosicrucian Park, and the must see San Jose Municipal Rose Garden.

The Guadalupe River is home to King Salmon's, and provides a wonderful for anglers, with the Guadalupe River Trail which runs along the banks of the river. That just isn't the only trail in the city. There is a network over 90 kilometres of recreational and commuter trails throughout the City which also includes the Coyote Creek Trail, the Los Gatos Creek Trail, the Los Alamitos Creek Trail, the Penitencia Creek Trail and the Silver Creek Valley Trail.

The Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose conducts informative programs such as Discovery Youth and BioSITE to develop and enhance creativity amongst children.

Other landmark attractions include the Portuguese Historical Museum, the Raging Waters water park, Santana Row, the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, the San Jose Flea Market, Mission Peak, Japantown, Hayes Mansion, the Santa Clara Valley, Sunol Regional Wilderness, the Picchetti Brothers Winery, the Mexican Heritage Plaza, San Jose City Hall, the Cathedral Basilica of St Joseph, Peralta Adobe, Loma Prieta, Mount Umunhum and Frontier Village.

The city of San Jose has no less than eight sister cities which are Okayama in Japan, San Jose in Costa Rica, Veracruz in Mexico, Tainan in Taiwan, Dublin in Ireland, Yekaterinburg in Russia, Pune in India and Guadalajara in Mexico.