Cupertino is located in Santa Clara County right next to San Jose. The city is also right under the wild Santa Cruz Mountains; an excellent place for outdoor activities. Cupertino is part of the Silicon Valley and it is home to the Apple’s headquarters. Interestingly, Cupertino was a small, rural village until the end of the 19th century, but as soon as railroads reached the village it started to develop and grow fast. But the true development and expansion of housing didn't occure until the mid 20th century. Ever since the city has kept growing and developing, welcoming the diverse tech work force that is from all over the world.
Cupertino is not only beautiful but also very interesting because of its place at the forefront of technological advancement. There are also plenty of options for outdoor activities, so the adevnturous types should love Cupertino. Start the Cupertino journey at the Apple Park Visitors Center. The center is an extension of the Apple campus and allows visitors to explore, learn about, and experience Apple's culture (and maybe their plans for world domination). Here guests can purchase various Apple products, see the Apple exhibition, and get cozy on the rooftop terrace. The terrace grants visitors the opportunity to sip on a coffee while overlooking the Infinite Loop Headquarters of Apple, which some say looks like a spaceship.
Another interesting landmark is San Jose's Winchester Mystery House, just a quick drive from Cupertino. While it may just look like an old mansion really it is also the home of some paranormal activity. Built by the wealthy widow of the Winchester fortune there are many oddities like stairs that go nowhere and secret windows looking into rooms throughout the house. There are daily tours which will speak about these peculiarities and talk about the alleged ghosts that live here. The Mystery House is also across the street from Santana Row, an upscale shopping area.
To spend some time outdoors and take advantage of California's weather, visit Rancho San Antonio County Park. The park features a 25 mile long hiking trail and excellent views of the bay. In the heart of the city is Cupertino Memorial Park. A lovely little duck pond, picnic areas, and walking paths are all available for entertainment. The Fujitsu Planetarium is an awesome place to learn about the stars and spend an eye opening afternoon.
The best vacation rentals are near Creekside or the eastern districts where restaurants, cafes, stores, landmarks, and much more are in walking distance. The Stevens Creek area has a large nature preserve essentially in its backyard.
The heaviest rain lasts from around April to November, the remaining months are often quite lovely with temperate temperatures ideal for a hike or visiting a nearby winery.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Cupertino. The hottest month in Cupertino is April, when temperatures peak at 106 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 31 ˚F. The wettest month in Cupertino is October with 2.52 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 1.46 inches of rain.
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