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Los Angeles (Any Port), CA
Cruises from Los Angeles depart year-round.
Los Angeles is served by cruise ports in Long Beach, CA and San Pedro, CA. This global city is rich with culture, offering gorgeous beaches, legendary shopping and beach activities for travelers of all ages. Browse the shops along Rodeo Drive in legendary Beverly Hills or soak in the sights and sounds of Hollywood. Visitors can also catch a variety of sports events and stop in one of over 800 art museums in the area.
Language: English Currency: US dollar (US$)
Driving Directions and Parking Information for the Port of Long Beach
Port of Long Beach
The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is located 23 miles from Los Angeles International Airport. Parking is available at a rate of $17.00 per day in the parking garage.
From the North - Take 405 South to 710 South. The 710 Freeway ends at the Long Beach Port Facility. Follow the directional signs to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.
From the South - Take I-5 North to 405 North. Take the 710 Freeway south until it ends at the Long Beach Port Facility. Follow the directional signs to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.
Driving Directions and Parking Information for the Port of Los Angeles
Port of Los Angeles
The World Cruise Center at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California is approximately 18 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Parking is $16.00 per day (rates are subject to change by Port Authority).
From LAX: Travel southbound on the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 405), then southbound on the Harbor Freeway (Interstate 110). Exit at Harbor Boulevard and proceed straight through the Harbor Boulevard intersection. Turn right to enter the World Cruise Center.
Guests using GPS should enter the following address for the Port of Los Angeles: 425 South Palos Verdes Street, San Pedro, CA 90731-3309 (Port of Los Angeles). Please note that this is the address for the port administration building. Upon arrival at the port, guests should follow signs to the cruise ship berths 91-93.