Interstate 680 is the only highway through the small town of Danville. From Oakland, take Highway 24 east through the Caldecott tunnel, then follow 680 south from Walnut Creek. From the South Bay, take 680 north.
Danville is small enough that most of the downtown area can be accessed on foot. However it is spread out enough that moving from area to area will require a car. There is essentially no public transit within the town.
The Museum of the San Ramon Valley, a local area history museum is housed in the old train depot on Railroad Avenue in the Downtown area. 
Sycamore Valley Park on Camino Tassajara. The park has 3 lanes to play boche ball, a playground, and artificial turf fields, as well as access to hiking trails.
Osage Station Park on Brookside Drive.  The site of many youth soccer and baseball games, Osage is home to a running track, memorial rose garden, playground and fountains, and expansive views of Mt. Diablo.
The Iron Horse Trail , formerly the railroad for the Southern Pacific railroad, is a picturesque, paved multi-use trail that runs through downtown Danville, down to Dublin in the south and Concord in the north.
Many residential streets in west Danville provide direct access to Las Trampas Regional Wilderness .
Danville has a quaint downtown with interesting shops and eateries. In the Blackhawk area, a large shopping mall, Blackhawk Plaza, fancies high-end shops, excellent restaurants, and the Blackhawk Auto Museum.
In Downtown on Hartz Ave. you have the option of high end dining such as Bridges or Faz. If you are looking for a local favorite, you might want to try Dominico's or Pete's Brass Rail for lunch, which are more affordable. The area near San Ramon Valley High School features many simple budget options for lunch.
Elliott's bar is a local watering-hole located on Hartz Avenue that was established in 1907. It has cheap domestic beer, shuffleboard, and a patio in the back. A few doors down, the Crown pub is a British bar serving quality beer on tap and great fish and chips. Within walking distance of these bars is That Bar, a lively piano bar, and Pete's Brass Rail with a large selection of beers. On Saturday nights, The Dog, near the end of Hartz Avenue, features $1 beers.