Los Angeles Cruise Port

Posted on Sunday, April 15, 2012 |
Los Angeles' cruise terminal is grandly named the World Cruise Centre. It is located in San Pedro, 30 minutes from central LA on the I-110. Parking is available with a shuttle from the parking lot to the terminal. The Centre has berths for 3 ships. Four lines have homeport agreements there, and many, many others call there during the year.

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Los Angeles is amongst the most famous cities in the world, mostly for its residents, many of whom are famous themselves. It is a place of glamour and the hollywood sign, Rodeo Drive and tours of stars' homes. Up your chances of seeing celebs by dining somewhere hip like the Ivy or Koi (if you can get a reservation!) and walking Rodeo Drive. See the Walk of Fame on the Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, and people-watch to your heart's content at Venice Beach.

L.A has some great options if you have the time to travel a bit out of town, so are great for embarking or disembarking passengers who can take a day or two one side of the cruise. Disneyland is chief amongst these options. A real must-do for visitors to L.A! It is 25 miles northeast of downtown LA, in Anaheim. Santa Monica Pier is another favourite destination with it's famous pier, and Laguna Beach and Malibu are beach towns within easy driving distance.

Check out cruises departing from Los Angeles and more info on the World Cruise Centre.

Author: Ryan Posa+

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