A large, diverse city boasting the ingenuity of Silicon Valley, San Jose attracts residents and visitors through events, community, an array of attractions and the overall Northern California appeal. Take a walk down the infamous Santa Row to enjoy the day shopping and dining in gourmet restaurants or even treating yourself to a spa day. Stop into one of San Jose’s attractions, such as the Children’s Discovery Museum, Tech Museum, Winchester Mystery House or Westfield Valley Fair Mall. Also get in on the local sports scene by attending a San Jose Sharks NHL game at the SAP Center or see the San Jose Earthquakes in action at the Avaya Stadium for an MLS game.
The beautiful, moderate weather lends perfectly to the recreational scene found all around San Jose. With 193 parks, 54 miles of scenic trails, and many other outdoor venues, the outdoor enthusiast can enjoy some alfresco entertainment in the middle of this Silicon Valley city. Between the city life, outdoor opportunities and selection of first-class hotels, visiting San Jose will not disappoint.
North San Jose is the northern region of San Jose, California in Silicon Valley. North San Jose includes the communities of Alviso and Berryessa as well as the North San Jose Innovation District. It lends its name to the future Berryessa/North San Jose BART station.
North San Jose is known for pro soccer games at Avaya Stadium, and the San Jose Flea Market, filled with antiques, crafts and food vendors. Cyclists and pedestrians frequent the Guadalupe River Trail, and hiking trails lace nearby Sierra Vista Open Space Preserve and Alum Rock Park, nestled in a canyon. Eclectic global restaurants make up the local dining scene.
The North San Jose Innovation District, also known as The Golden Triangle, is a northern district of San Jose, California. The area is home to numerous headquarters and campuses of high tech companies and is one of the most important innovation hubs for Silicon Valley. Over 81,000 people work in the district.
Berryessa/North San José station opened for local bus service on December 28, 2019, and subsequently for BART service on June 13, 2020.