The Port of Los Angeles is America's busiest port with record volumes of
cargo moving through the 7500-acre harbor. Its strong performance is accredited
to a solid U.S. economy and the recovering Asian economies with a improved
manufacturing demand for American exports. The Port itself is a major reason for
the remarkable cargo volumes. Its world-class facilities and infrastructure make
best use of the one-stop shopping concept of cargo transportation and delivery
favored by most shipping lines. Ocean carriers can send the greater part of
their West Coast cargo to Los Angeles with full self-confidence in the Port's
modern cargo terminals and economical train/truck intermodal network.
Things to Do
If your in Los Angeles you must stop at the
Staples Center. Whether it be for a concert, show or game this facility does not
Visit the Venice Board Walk were you can do it all. Go to Gold's Gym on the
boardwalk, and see where hundreds of movies and television shows have been
Go to Beverly Hills it is one of the premiere places to get top notch fashion
Go to Hollywood Boulevard where you never know which star or famous actor you
might see at anytime. All the restaurants around Hollywood has it own allure and
own famous cliental.
Take a stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. See famous stars (on the ground)
like Kermit the frog, Marlon Brando, David Bowie, and Bugs
Directions from Los Angeles International Airport to Port of Los Angeles
Turn onto S SEPULVEDA BLVD / CA-1 S toward I-105.
Take the I-105 E / IMPERIAL HWY WEST ramp toward IMPERIAL TERMINAL.
Turn onto I-105 E toward NORWALK.
Turn onto I-405 S toward LONG BEACH.
Turn onto I-110 S toward SAN PEDRO.
Turn onto CA-47 N toward VINCENT THOMAS BR
Take the FERRY ST exit.
Turn RIGHT onto FERRY ST.
Turn LEFT onto N SEASIDE AVE.
Finally end at Port of Los Angeles
Port of Los Angeles
World Cruise Center
San Pedro, CA 90731