Tourism in California

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles at night.

Image via Wikipedia | Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles at night.

When it comes to tourism, without a doubt California has something for everyone. With the exciting lifestyle, scenic views, warm beaches, movie sets, interesting museums, historical sites, amazing amusement parks, top restaurants, huge shopping malls, beautiful weather and more, there is something to please every member of the family.

San Diego rests on the border of Mexico, is the second largest city in California with a population of 1,307,402 and is full of exciting things to do. San Diego is known for its beaches, natural beauty, arts and culture, near perfect climate and major tourism. In addition, San Diego hosts the largest naval fleet in the world.

Tijuana is adjacent to San Diego and is located on the Mexican Baja Gold Coast in Baja California. Over 50 million people cross the Tijuana/San Diego border each year, making it the most active land-border crossing throughout the world. The Tijuana skyline is the third largest in Mexico, and many foreigners travel to this city to drink, dance and shop. Tijuana is full of culture, entertainment and performing arts.

La Jolla is a hilly resort community that is located along seven miles of curvy coastline and is known as one of the most affluent cities in the United States. It is a favorite of many tourists because it offers mild climate and excellent lodging, dining and shopping. La Jolla also has beautiful scenery, beaches, art galleries and cultural activities. It is home of the Institution of Oceanography, Stephen Birch Aquarium & Museum and to numerous Biotech companies.

Pacific Beach has three miles of boardwalk with funky beach bars and captivating exhibits of up to date styled beach themed items. Pacific Beach offers bicycle rentals shops, swimming and surfing, partying, shopping, bars and endless eateries. The Pacific Beach boardwalk is a favorite of both local and touring young adults, because of its high-energy atmosphere.

Los Angeles has a mild climate and a population of about 3,792,621, making it the most populated city in California and the second most populated city in the United States. The Los Angeles area is multicultural and the top diverse metropolitan area in the United States. Los Angeles was host to the Summer Olympic Games in 1932 and 1984. The Famous Hollywood district of Los Angeles is a popular tourist attraction. Other famed landmarks include West Adams, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, Venice Beach, the Downtown Financial District, Los Feliz, Koreatown, Westwood, Watts and Brentwood.

San Diego tourist attractions include beaches, Balboa Park, Belmont amusement park, San Diego Zoo, Safari Park, Sea World, Mission San Diego de Alcala and Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. Some of the biggest tourist attractions in the Los Angeles area are Walt Disney Concert Hall, Disneyland, Dodger Stadium, Kodak Theatre, Griffith Observatory, Getty Center, Getty Villa, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

The exciting yet laidback lifestyle of San Diego and Los Angeles are equally quite similar. San Diego has the beach activity and Los Angeles is full of Hollywood stars. Most Californians live a very active lifestyle, as they have so many options when it comes to things to do. Tourism continues to bring both jobs and wealth to the cities of San Diego and Los Angeles.

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