This multi destination holiday to America offers you the best of the West Coast with stays in Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The first stop on this multi-centre holiday to America is the waterfront city of San Francisco, famous for its steep hills and old-style cable cars. Take a stroll around Fisherman’s Wharf, known for its shops, restaurants and waterfront setting, then head to Union Square, the 2.6-acre public plaza in downtown San Francisco, for more dining and shopping options. The ferry ride to Alcatraz Island from Pier 33 is a great opportunity to see the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
Continue your holiday in Los Angeles, a city known for its year-round beautiful weather, beaches and of course Hollywood! Stroll along Hollywood Boulevard and see the stars on the Walk of Fame. Malibu and Santa Monica beaches are a great place to soak up some sun and the Getty Observatory, with its exhibitions, paintings and incredible gardens is well worth a visit. There truly is something for everyone to enjoy in Los Angeles.
Your visit to America’s West Coast finishes in Las Vegas. Explore the Strip, famous for its luxurious hotels and casinos. See the fountain display at the Bellagio, take a gondola ride at the Venetian or see a Volcano erupt at the Mirage. The Grand Canyon, Red Rock Canyon, Lake Mead National Recreation Area and The Hoover Dam, are all within easy reach of Las Vegas.
San Francisco - Hop on one of San Francisco's vintage F-Line streetcars, and for $1.50 take a grand tour of downtown and Fisherman's Wharf by rail.
Los Angeles - Drive one of the worlds most famous scenic drives, Mulholland winds from the Hollywood Hills, across the spine of the Santa Monica Mountains, and west towards the Pacific Ocean.
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Las Vegas - For all of the night owls, I recommend the Cosmopolitan. Great places to eat and The Marquee is the best day and night club. The pool is amazing. STK is a great start for the evening, a new style Las Vegas steakhouse from The One Group and Executive Chef Stephen Hopcraft.