With a long pier located on the beach in Santa Monica, place of great movies like Forest Gump and others, the Santa Monica Pier is also marked by the end of Route 66. The Pier is famous for the Pacific Park, one of the only parks that will bring you fun by the sea. There are twelve fun rides and a Ferris wheel that has a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean, as well as a roller coaster that circles the entire park. At the Pier, there are also various shops and restaurants that you may find to your liking. You will also have the perfect opportunity to take a beautiful picture of the sunset.
Take a stroll along the streets of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, and meet the stars of more than 2,000 celebrities honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, who gave their contributions to the entertainment industry. Search your favorite celebrity on this path of 5.6 km, and get to know the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, where it has a curb with the marks of the feet and hands of top celebrities and their autographs written in cement. Stop and see the Dolby Theater (formerly Kodak), site of the awards at the Oscars, and the El Capitan Theater, a unique cinema that frequently contains films by Walt Disney.
Opened in 1955, Disneyland was the first park designed by Walt Disney. Featured are the rides Space Mountain, It’s a Small World, Indiana Jones and Pirates of the Caribbean. Disneyland has a daily show of fireworks, parade of characters and the show Fantasmic according to their program. Disney’s California Adventure park next to Disneyland, celebrates the richness and diversity of California. The main highlights are: the spectacle of the World of Color, the roller coaster California Screamin ‘and Toy Story Mania interactive ride. For adults, it’s the perfect place to allow your inner child to be unleashed!