Tamara Hassinger-Warta

  • A writer based out of Sacramento, California
  • Nearly four years writing about Sacramento for TripSavvy
  • Contributor to the Natomas Journal, Style Magazine, and USA Today


Tamara Hassinger-Warta is a former writer with TripSavvy. She is a freelance writer and founding director of a non-profit arts organization. She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area and now lives in Sacramento.

Tamara has written for Sacramento-based publications including the Natomas Journal, Government Technology Magazine, and Style magazine. Nationally she's been featured in Dance Spirit Magazine, Diamond Magazine, Taekwondo Times and has published six theatrical stage scripts. She has also written for USA Today online, Livestrong, Trails.com, and countless other web publications.


Tamara graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Davis with a major in English and a minor in Religious Studies.

About TripSavvy and Dotdash

TripSavvy writers are on-the-ground experts — they speak the local language, know how to catch their city’s tram, train or bus, and definitely have tabs on the best of everything in town, from cocktail to kids’ menu. And since the world changes every day, your travel guide should, too. Our dedicated team of editors is regularly reviewing our library to perform updates on thousands of articles per month. If you see something that doesn’t seem up to date, please let us know by emailing us at contact@tripsavvy.com.

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