Livermore is a suburban city in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. Like its neighbor Pleasanton, it lies over the East Bay foothills in the Tri-Valley region, but just west of the Altamont Pass, which separates the Tri-Valley region from from the vast San Joaquin Valley.
Livermore has at least one claim to fame: it is home to the longest burning incandescent light bulb in the world. A light bulb that was installed at a local firehouse over 100 years ago is still burning today. For more information, see the .
It is also home to two national laboratories, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory. For more information, visit the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory  or Sandia National Laboratory  websites.
Interstate 580 is the city's main highway. Livermore is just a short drive from the center of the Bay Area.
The nearest BART station is in Dublin/Pleasanton (you will need to take WHEELS bus to get there). Visit the BART  website for train details.
There is also a train station for the Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) train in Livermore. The train takes you to Fremont and San Jose, or to Stockton.
Livermore has a general aviation airport
Wheels is the local bus service that will take you to Pleasanton and Dublin.
The Livermore Valley, which contains many wineries including the famous Wente Vineyards , is considered "wine country", and produces some of California's best wines. Visit the Livermore Valley Wine Growers  for more information. Altamont Raceway, where the infamous Altamont concert took place, is also located in the city.
Donut Wheel is one of the few places in town open 24 hours. On the corner of First and L Streets, this Livermore staple marks the west entrance to the main downtown area. 2017 First Street, (925) 447-8190.
Panama Bay Coffee Co. has the best coffee in town. 2115 First Street, (925) 245-1700.