There is plenty of Santa Rosa accommodation to suit those traveling on a budget, although the city also boasts a wide variety of luxury and boutique hotels. The area also attracts honeymooners who come for the wineries, as well as a stay in one of many charming bed and breakfast inns. Many people come to this northern California city to use it as a base for exploring the many wineries in the surrounding area. In fact there are over 400 wineries within easy reach of Santa Rosa, most of which offer tours or free tasting sessions. As well as wineries, the city has become known for its several distilleries and microbreweries, and is also home to a thriving performing arts scene. When it comes to shopping, Railroad Square in downtown has been revitalized and is now the place to go for antique shops, boutiques and cafes.