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Los Angeles World Cruise Center
Los Angeles World Cruise Center

Los Angeles World Cruise Center

World Cruise Center, Los Angeles, CA

The Basics

After docking at the Los Angeles World Cruise Center, go sightseeing in downtown LA for sightseeing; shop ‘til you drop in Beverly Hills; head to the beaches in Malibu or Huntington; or celeb-spot in Hollywood. Private, customizable tours of LA are convenient time savers, while themed walking, Segway, bike, or bus excursions are also popular.

Shore excursions to San Diego and Catalina Island are great for return travelers, while families may want to head for Disneyland Park®, Knott’s Berry Farm, or Universal Studios Hollywood. Don’t miss the LA Waterfront area either, home to museums, malls, and more. With so much to see and do in Los Angeles, it’s worth extending your trip pre- or post-cruise.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Key neighborhoods in Los Angeles include Malibu, Huntington, Anaheim, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood.
  • Hop-on hop-off buses and organized shore excursions are convenient ways to explore for first-time visitors or those with limited time in LA.
  • The LA Waterfront is a district worth exploring in and of itself—look out for restaurants, hotels, malls, the Los Angeles Naval Ship Museum, the USS Iowa, and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium.
  • The Los Angeles World Cruise Center terminals offer basic amenities such as seating and nearby restrooms. Free Wi-Fi is not provided.
  • Over half a dozen cruise lines operate out of the Los Angeles World Cruise Center.
  • Arrive early to your designated terminal, as boarding can be quick and chaotic at the Los Angeles Cruise Ship Terminal.
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How to Get to Los Angeles From the Los Angeles World Cruise Center

Situated about 20 miles (70 kilometers) south of downtown LA, the Los Angeles World Cruise Center is most easily reached by taxi or private vehicle, although the Metro's Silver Line also stops nearby. Courtesy shuttles run between the parking lot and the terminal, but keep in mind that the parking lots near the port fill up fast and don’t accept reservations. Los Angeles is not a walking-friendly city, so group tours and shore excursions may be the easiest way to explore.

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Port Information

The official currency is the US dollar and the main language is English, although you may also hear Spanish, Mandarin, and Korean. You’ll find ATMs around the city. Enterprise offers rental car pickup at the World Cruise Center.

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