Most people come to Yountville by car.
It's just nine miles north of Napa off Highway 29, which is the main north-south highway in the Napa Valley. It's even a divided freeway as far as Yountville. After that it becomes a two-lane road. The residents of Napa Valley have continuously rejected the idea of a freeway running upvalley.
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If you choose to come here by air.
The closest airports in the area are the Metropolitan Oakland International airport (OAK) located about 47 miles south of Yountville in Oakland, California, the San Francisco International airport (SFO) located approximately 54 miles south of Yountville in San Francisco, California, the Mc Clellan Airfield (MCC) located roughly 55 miles east of Yountville in Sacramento, California, and finally the Sacramento Mather airport (MHR) located around 58 miles east of Yountville in Sacramento, California.
Napa Valley Transportation Authority
Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA), formerly known as the Napa County Transportation & Planning Agency (NCTPA) was formed in 1998 as a joint effort by the cities of American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, St. Helena, the town of Yountville and the County of Napa. The NVTA serves as the countywide transportation planning agency.
NVTA operates the VINE bus service throughout Napa Valley as well as the Yountville Trolley.