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Though it is famous for its starlets and movie studios, Los Angeles extends far beyond Hollywood. This dynamic city is home to gorgeous natural wonders, funky neighborhoods, and excellent cuisine. Experience the glitz of Beverly Hills and its iconic Rodeo Drive. Stroll along the romantic Venice Beach canals. Relive your childhood with a trip to Disneyland. Go shopping in Santa Monica and surfing in Malibu. Hike up Griffith Park and enjoy an unbeatable view of the City of Angels.
Cruises from Los Angeles sail to the Mexican Riviera, where gorgeous beaches, fresh seafood, and natural wonders await. You can also sail along the California coast, where you’ll stop in beautiful destinations like Catalina Island, San Francisco, and Monterey. Or embark on a journey across the Panama Canal, stopping in tropical ports in Costa Rica, Colombia, and Mexico along the way.
Discover the magic of Mexico on a cruise that sails to the region’s most beautiful beach towns. Admire the scenic landscapes and vibrant coral reefs of Cabo San Lucas. Unwind in the bucolic fishing village of Puerto Vallarta or explore the haciendas and towns in the surrounding countryside. In Mazatlan, stroll around the historic old town and malecón. While in Ensenada, go on a wine tasting tour of Mexico’s Valley of Guadalupe wine country before relaxing on one of the town’s relaxing beaches like Rosarito.
Sail along the beautiful coast of California, where you’ll discover inviting vineyards, charming towns, and modern cities. Explore the small island of Catalina, an environmentalist haven with natural parks and lush gardens. Stop in Monterey, a quaint fishing town known for its scenic overlooks and world-famous aquarium. Spend two days in San Francisco, a thriving city full of popular landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge and quirky neighborhoods like Haight-Ashbury. Discover Ensenada, a delightful Mexican beach town.
Experience the wonder of sailing through the Panama Canal, one of mankind’s most remarkable feats of engineering. Cross from the Pacific Ocean into the Atlantic and make your way through tropical destinations in Central and South America. Lounge on the breathtaking beaches of Cabo San Lucas. Stroll down the romantic, cobblestone streets of Cartagena. Zip-line through the jungles of Costa Rica. Go on an unforgettable canoe trip down Gatun Lake in Colon.
Travel in luxury aboard Celebrity Millennium, a fully revolutionized ship that has elevated the art of cruising. Book a stay in one of our brand new staterooms or at The Retreat, our luxury vacation experience, where you’ll make yourself at home in one of our spectacular suites as well as enjoy exclusive access to a private restaurant, sundeck, and lounge.
Our cruises from Los Angeles are a great opportunity to explore the finest destinations along the Mexican Riviera, Pacific Coast, and the Panama Canal. Spend your days at port visiting fascinating cities and towns, then unwind on our magnificent ship, where you can rest and relax at The Spa, savor delectable cuisine at any of our world-class restaurants, watch thrilling shows in the theater, and enjoy live music at one of our lounges. During your vacation with Celebrity, you’ll find yourself endlessly entertained while surrounded by impeccable service and modern design.
Cruises from Los Angeles depart from the Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center, located south of Los Angeles. The cruise port is roughly a 30-minute drive away from the city center, though travel time fluctuates depending on traffic. Overnight parking and passenger shuttles are available at the terminal.
If you love movies, you can’t miss ambling down the Hollywood Walk of Fame before boarding one of our cruises from Los Angeles. There are over 2,600 stars along the 15 blocks of the boulevard, so you can easily spend hours searching for the names of your favorite movie stars. Next to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, you’ll also find the TCL Chinese Theater, where you can see how your own hands and feet size up to the over 200 handprints of Hollywood stars imprinted in concrete squares.
Griffith Park is the largest state park in California, covering over 4,300 acres. Enjoy panoramic views of the city skyline and leisurely hikes through the hills. Within the park, there are several attractions to enjoy, including the Los Angeles Zoo, golf courses, and the Griffith Observatory, a perfect place for stargazing and learning more about astronomy.
Venice Beach is one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods and a wonderful spot for people watching. Marvel at the skateboarders and street performers in the Venice Beach Boardwalk. Walk hand-in-hand with your sweetheart along the picturesque and quiet canals. Stop for lunch and go boutique shopping on the trendy Abbot Kinney Boulevard. Head to Muscle Beach, an area full of bodybuilders and fitness fans that help the beach live up to its name.
For a fun-filled day in Los Angeles, head to Santa Monica, a scenic neighborhood that is home to a long pier stretching out into the Pacific Ocean. Stop by Santa Monica Pier’s carnival, where you can ride the Ferris wheel, try your hand at carnival-style games, and grab a bite to eat. From the pier’s vantage point, you’ll be privy to gorgeous views of the ocean and California’s coastline.
Escape the hustle and bustle of LA and drive up the coast to the laid-back city of Malibu. Enjoy lunch at the end of the historic Malibu Pier at a farmhouse-style restaurant, then head down to the sand and check out Malibu’s gorgeous and rugged beaches, known for their light golden sand and rocky formations that jut out into the ocean.
A trip to Los Angeles isn’t complete until you see the city’s famous Hollywood sign. Set high up on a hill overlooking the city, the Hollywood Sign is visible from several vantage points. If you’re looking for a way to get closer, go on a shore excursion that includes a nearby photo op, where you’ll be able to pose in front of the iconic sign.
Cruises from Los Angeles give you the opportunity to try some of LA’s fantastic restaurants before you set off on your vacation. Los Angeles is full of trendy restaurants that are run by some of the most renowned chefs in the world. Look for authentic Mexican cuisine and fresh seafood, including everything from fish tacos to locally caught and exquisitely prepared whole fillets of fish at waterfront restaurants. Southern California’s sunny weather and low chance of rain also makes it a fantastic place for outdoor dining. There are beer gardens, patios perched on the beachside cliffs of Malibu, and rooftop bars downtown, where you can enjoy a bite to eat or a refreshing drink under the California sun.
Los Angeles was originally home to the Chumash and Tongva people. Eventually, the area was claimed by Spain by explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. It wasn’t until 1781 that the city was officially founded by the Spanish governor Felipe de Neve. In 1821, L.A. came under Mexican rule after the Mexican War of Independence. In 1848, at the end of the Mexican-American War, the city was purchased as part of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. A boom in the city’s population occurred several decades later when oil was discovered in the region in the 1890s. Today, Los Angeles is the second-most populous city in the United States, home to over four million residents. While a large number of the population works in the entertainment industry, L.A. is also the financial and commercial center of Southern California.
If you have dreams of sauntering down Rodeo Drive with your arms full of bags, head to the famous Beverly Hills area, which is full of luxury boutiques and designer brands. If you want to do some serious shopping without dropping a small fortune, head to Venice Beach and Santa Monica, where you’ll find an assortment of popular brand names mixed with affordable boutiques and beachwear shops.
The best way to get around in Los Angeles is by car, as there aren’t many public transportation options that will take you all around the city. The bus system has several routes, but it’s important to account for traffic delays, no matter what form of transportation you choose. Therefore, booking a shore excursion is a smart way to guarantee that you’ll arrive at your ship on time.
The official currency of Los Angeles is the U.S. dollar, and you will find many ATMs all around the city. Tipping 15% to 20% of your total bill is customary for restaurants and taxi service, and most locals leave closer to 20%. It’s common to see a tip jar at eateries and cafes with counter service. Loose change or a small tip isn’t expected, but is often left by locals and appreciated by the staff of those establishments.