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From Los Angeles to San Diego, you’ll find a wealth of natural attractions, historic sites, and star-studded destinations to explore around Southern California. Whether you’re planning a relaxing beach vacation or want to play celebrity in Hollywood, the Los Angeles metro area and surrounding cities provide plenty of opportunities to soak up the California lifestyle.
Downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood are some of the most-visited tourist destinations and also provide plenty of entertainment and dining options for savvy travelers. Head here for world-class shopping, live entertainment, and tours of movie production studios. Local tour operators can also take you on a food tour or cultural tour to learn more about popular city sites.
Los Angeles County is also home to several beach destinations and coastal sites where you can enjoy surfing and other watersports. Spend some time in Long Beach, Laguna Beach, Pasadena or Redondo Beach to see historic piers and enjoy the beautiful waters. Many of these beaches are perfect for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and boating activities.
Anaheim is one of the most family-friendly destinations in Southern California and home to the famous Disneyland Resort. You can also spend time at the Disney California Adventure Park where you’ll find even more thrilling rides and attractions. Break away to Knott’s Berry Farm, a classic theme park, for traditional theme park rides and family friendly fun.
San Diego boasts a wealth of attractions for kids and families, as well as water sports and coastal activities year round. Spend the day at SeaWorld San Diego or visit area museums. You’ll have easy access to the beautiful beaches and beach towns around this area.
The Palm Springs desert area is a haven for golf enthusiasts and home to several spas, resorts, and upscale restaurants. It also boasts a robust shopping scene and you’ll find plenty of places to enjoy some fine dining experiences.
If you’re traveling to the area during the winter months, it’s easy to squeeze in some skiing and snowboarding activities. The San Bernardino National Forest is a popular destination for outdoor and recreation activities year round. Head here for a hiking adventure or make your way out to Big Bear Lake for some winter sports activities.