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From misty Northern California
redwood forests to sun-kissed Southern California beaches, the enchanted Golden
State makes Disneyland seem normal. Discover hundreds of places to visit, learn
our diverse regions and lively cities all in one place. (www.visitcalifornia.com)
Endless sunshine, world-class theme parks, incredible outdoor
experiences—the itineraries collected here showcase why California is the
ultimate road trip destination.
Anaheim: As the home of Disneyland
Resort, the city of Anaheim is a crowd-pleasing destination for visitors
from around the globe. The appeal of this Orange County hub extends well beyond
its theme parks, however, thanks to magnets such as Angel Stadium and
the headliner acts at the Honda Center. Anaheim boasts a reinvigorated downtown and
vibrant nightlife, too, making this a vacation haven for everyone from families
Los Angeles: Welcome to the bright lights and big-city
allure of California’s largest metropolis. Here, A-list celebrities really do
walk the sidewalks, triple-shot machiattos in one hand, cell phones in the
other. While travelers may bypass much of the city by staying on a network of
freeways that crisscross the region, they’re missing L.A.’s hidden gems. Turn
off onto side streets to discover inviting neighborhoods, incredible museums,
and shopping hot spots. And when the sun sets, L.A. comes to life in a whole
new way, with clubs thumping to the beat of the latest indie band, a flock of
starlets swaying in the front row. Rooftop restaurants, bars, and pools draw
slinky-sexy crowds, while searchlights arc through the night sky, announcing
the latest silver-screen premier.
San Diego: As if all that sunshine weren’t
enough, San Diego is
a waterfront city with top-notch restaurants, beautiful ocean-sprayed vistas,
neighborhoods that are steeped in history and culture, and a centrally located
urban park. Whether you’re spending a few days indulging in the city’s
myriad of beaches and surf spots, visiting the aquatic attractions SeaWorld San Diego and Mission Bay Aquatic Park, or exploring the inland offerings
of the city, San Diego will not disappoint.
San Francisco: It may measure less than 50 square miles and
have a population that doesn’t even crack a million, but San Francisco justly
ranks as one of the greatest cities in the world. Famous for grand-dame
Victorians, cable cars, a dynamic waterfront, and a soaring golden bridge, this
city truly has it all. With trend-defining cuisine ranging from
Michelin-starred dining to outrageous food trucks; world-renowned symphony,
ballet, theater, and opera; plus almost boundless outdoor adventures, San
Francisco justifiably stands out as one of the ultimate must-visit cities on
any traveler’s wish list.
Explore Things to
What is the quintessential wine experience in the Golden State?
Where are the must-see natural wonders? Which beach is best? How do you decide
which theme park to visit? Because California is blessed with so many riches,
these questions—and many more just like them—are nearly impossible to answer.
So, we didn’t even try. Instead, we turned to www.visitcalifornia/things-to-do
for locals and insiders and experts who shared their favorite places to go and
things to do. Scroll through their many suggestions and start dreaming about
your next California adventure today.
Theme parks – Disneyland Resort, Universal Studios
Hollywood, Knott’s Berry Farm, SeaWorld. Legoland, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom,
Arts and Culture
Jelly Belly Factory – take a guided tour of
the candy factory in Fairfield
The Exploratorium – San Francisco, experience
innovative exhibits for all ages
Winchester Mystery House – San Jose, built in
California Museum in Sacramento
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
California Academy of Sciences in San
Computer History Museum in Mountain View
The Fillmore in San Franciscio
Troubadour in West Hollywood
Food and Drink --
California has always been a trendsetter when it comes to the culinary
arts—from its extraordinary array of ethnic fare to its cutting-edge,
vegetable-forward, local-leaning food habits—often referred to as “California
cuisine.” The Golden State boasts 90 restaurants with at least one Michelin
star and the San Francisco Bay Area alone has seven three-star establishments.
Potent potables are a big draw too: California is without a doubt the best wine
destination in the Americas and the groundbreaking craft beer scene is 1,000+
breweries strong and growing.
Safari West – 400-acre wildlife park in Santa
Oakland Zoo – featuring over 700 creatures,
explore the 55-acre California Trail
Monterey Bay Aquarium
San Diego Zoo
Yosemite National Park
Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park
Road Trips – Highway 1 Classic from San Diego
to San Francisco. Follow this
spectacular coast-hugging drive, making time for stops in places like
Huntington Beach, Santa Barbara, and Monterey.
Wine – explore the wineries and vineyards of
Napa and Sonoma Valley
Beaches and beach towns – La Jolla Shores, Crystal
Cove State Park at Laguna Beach, Butterfly Beach in Santa Barbara, Carmel City
Beach, College Cove in Trinidad, Manchester State Park Beach in Mendocino
Country, Sunset Beach in Santa Cruz, Point Dume State Beach in Malibu, San
Buenaventura State Beach in Ventura and don’t forget Venice Beach.