The closest major airport is Sacramento International Airport.
Roseville is located along highway 80 about 10 miles east of Sacramento.
It's easy to get to, most people around the area could help you get there with some simple directions.
Amtrak  serves Roseville with the California Zephyr , which runs daily between Emeryville (in the San Francisco Bay Area) and Chicago, and the Capitol Corridor  which runs to Sacramento and the Bay Area.
Roseville Transit offers bus service in and around the area. Dial a ride is also available for door to door transportation within the city limits.
Public transportation is somewhat limited so a car is recommended for getting around the Roseville area.
The 5 taxi cabs in Roseville, they're rarely seen, but Sacramento Taxi Yellow Cab is serving Roseville, and it's a taxi metered and fare system regulated. The standard taxi rate is $4.00 flag drop $3.00 each additional mile $28.00 per hour waiting time. However, Sacramento Taxi Yellow Cab taxis that serve Sacramento International Airport charge flat rates for airport shuttle trips. And can check their rates at their website <ref>https://www.sacramentoyellowcabco.com/taxi-fare-estimate/</ref> 2516 Hernando Rd, Sacramento, Ca 95825 Phone# (916)888-2222
Golfland Sunsplash at 1893 Taylor Road is a mid-size waterpark, miniature golf, and arcade.
Skatetown at 1009 Orlando Ave. is a large modern ice skating facility with two rinks.
Westfield Roseville Galleria at 1151 Galleria Blvd. is a relatively new shopping mall. It is large, bright and spacious with good parking. The mall is currently undergoing an expansion, so expect the usual trouble that comes with a building under construction. This is a very safe place to come and shop, and comes with the usual stores including Macy's, Nordstrom, Sears, and JC Penney's.
Fountians at Roseville directly across from the Galleria mall. It's home to many upscale stores including Chico's, Whole Foods, Smith & Hawken, Anthroplogie, & Theater Xtreme. Also has many dining choices including California Pizza Kitchen, & The Counter. It's known for it's large center fountian that hosts nightly shows with lights. It's a popular hang out spot for the younger crowd, and it's not uncommon to see a wedding party come through at night. Do behave at this mall however, security is ruthless, and will throw you out for the smallest infraction of rules. They are armed with batons and pepper spray, and have armed (with guns) backup close by. But as par with all of Roseville, this is a very safe place to come and enjoy yourself.
Downtown Roseville on Vernon St. It's known for it's small local shops. This is must stop if you love antiques and diner food. They host the Hot August Nights, with classic cars and plenty of street vendors during that time of year.
P.F. Chang's China Bistro at 1180 Galleria Boulevard is an upscale Chinese restaurant.
Carvers Steaks & Chops at 1400 Eureka is a nice steakhouse with a good wine list. An excellent place for a romantic dinner.
Mikuni Japanese Restaurant at 1565 Eureka is known for it's sushi.
California Pizza Kitchen in the Fountians at Roseville Shopping center.
The Counter Burger also in the Fountians at Roseville, known for your ability to custom build your own burger.
There are a few bars on Vernon Street and Riverside Ave. Most restaurants have bars in them.
The Roseville Police is a very effective police force. Crime is very low, however petty theft around the mall does happen during the holidays. Roseville Police are known for having a ruthless "no tolerance" policy for traffic violations. However, driving can be tough, it has a big city feel especially during rush hour. Avoid Douglas Blvd from Harding Blvd to East Roseville Pkwy especially around lunch time. Around the Galleria Mall during the holidays is to be avoided unless needed. Do not run red lights, they have cameras on them. Traffic aside, Roseville is one of the safest places in the entire area.