Los Angeles is one of the most iconic cities to explore in the U.S. The streets are star-studded, the weather is perfect, and the landscape is picturesque. There are great activities no matter the time of year and the top sights are open year-round. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Los Angeles (San Pedro) cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.
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|Sail Date||Cruise Line||Ship||Destination||Departs||Length||Price||You Save||Discounts|
|Jan 04, 2021||Viking||Sun||World Cruise||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Greenwich||139 Nights||Aqaba | Athens (piraeus) | Auckland | Bali (benoa) | Bandar Seri Begawan (muara) | Bangkok (laem Chabang) | Barcelona | Bay Of Islands (waitangi) | Bora Bora (vaitape) | Brisbane | Cairns | Cairo (port Said) | Christchurch | Cochin | Colombo | Darwin | Dover | Dubrovnik | Ephesus (kuadasi) | Florence/pisa (livorno) | George Town | Goa (mormugao) | Granada (malaga) | Haifa | Ho Chi Minh City | Hong Kong | Istanbul | Jerusalem (ashdod) | Kauai (nawiliwili) | Koh Samui (nathon) | Koh Samui----- | Komodo | Kota Kinabalu | Kuala Lumpur (port Klang) | London (greenwich) | Los Angeles | Luxor (safaga) | Manila | Marseille | Melbourne | Monte Carlo | Moorea (opunoha Bay) | Mumbai | Murcia (cartagena) | Muscat | Napier | Naples | Oahu (honolulu) | Portland | Salalah | Santa Barbara | Semarang | Sharm El-sheikh | Singapore | Split | Sydney | Tahiti (papeete) | Tasmania (hobart) | Thursday Island | Venice | Vigo | Wellington | Whitsunday Island (airlie Beach)||$57,995|
|Oct 01, 2021||Royal Caribbean||Radiance of the Seas||Panama Canal||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Miami||14 Nights||Cabo San Lucas - Mexico | Cartagena - Colombia | Ensenada - Mexico | Los Angeles - California | Miami - Florida | Panama Canal (cruising) | Puerto Vallarta - Mexico | Puntarenas - Costa Rica | San Juan Del Sur - Nicaragua||$1,149|
Up To $200 Onboard Credit
|Oct 08, 2021||Seabourn||Odyssey||Caribbean||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Bridgetown||29 Nights||Antigua | Bridgetown, Barbados | Cabo San Lucas, Mexico | Cartagena, Colombia | Huatulco, Mexico | Key West, Florida | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Marigot, Saint Martin | Miami, Florida | Port Antonio, Jamaica | Puerto Chiapas, Mexico | Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala | Punta Arenas, Chile | Saint Pierre | San Juan, Puerto Rico | Santa Marta, Colombia | West End, Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands||$10,637|
Up To $1000 Onboard Credit
|Jan 06, 2022||Oceania||Insignia||World Cruise||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||New York (Manhattan)||180 Nights||Abidjan | Adelaide | Agadir | Akaroa | Albany | Amsterdam | Arrecife (lanzarote) | Auckland | Bali (benoa) | Bangkok | Banjul | Bay Of Islands | Belfast | Bora Bora | Broome | Burnie (tasmania) | Busan | Cape Town | Cochin (kochi) | Dakar | Dublin | Dunedin | Exmouth | Geelong | Geraldton | Hanoi (ha Long Bay) | Hilo | Hiroshima | Hong Kong | Honolulu | Hue (chan May) | Ishigaki | Ko Samui | Kota Kinabalu (borneo) | Kyoto (kobe) | La Coruna | La Digue | Lautoka | Lisbon | Lome | London (tilbury) | Los Angeles | Luderitz | Mahe | Male | Mangalore | Manila | Maputo | Mayotte | Melbourne | Mindelo (sao Vicente) | Mossel Bay | Muara | Nagasaki | Napier | Nawiliwili | New York | Nha Trang | Nosy Be | Nuku Hiva | Okinawa (naha) | Oporto | Pago Pago | Papeete (tahiti) | Paris (honfleur) | Phuket | Rangiroa | Richards Bay | Rotorua (tauranga) | Saigon (ho Chi Minh City) | Santa Cruz De Tenerife | Sao Tome | Sekondi-takoradi | Shanghai | Shimizu | Singapore | St. John's | Surabaya | Suva | Sydney | Tokyo | Walvis Bay|
You Save: $86,199
Up To $4175 Onboard Credit
|Jan 10, 2022||Viking||Star||World Cruise||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||London (Tilbury)||118 Nights||Aqaba, Jordan | Athens (piraeus), Greece | Auckland, New Zealand | Bali (benoa), Indonesia | Barcelona, Spain | Bay Of Islands (waitangi), New Zealand | Bora Bora (vaitape), Polynesia | Brisbane, Australia | Cairns, Australia | Cochin, India | Colombo, Sri Lanka | Eden, Australia | Ephesus (kusadasi), Turkey | Goa (mormugao), India | Haifa, Israel | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Istanbul, Turkey | Kauai (nawiliwili) | Koh Samui (nathon), Thailand | Komodo, Indonesia | Lisbon, Portugal | London (tilbury), England | Los Angeles | Luxor (safaga), Egypt | Melbourne, Australia | Monte Carlo, Monaco | Moorea (opunoha Bay), Polynesia | Mumbai, India | Murcia (cartagena), Spain | Napier, New Zealand | Naples, Italy | Oahu (honolulu) | Phillip Island, Australia | Phuket, Thailand | Rhodes, Greece | Rome (civitavecchia), Italy | Rotorua (tauranga), New Zealand | Salalah, Oman | Santa Barbara | Semarang, Indonesia | Sicily (messina), Italy | Singapore, Singapore||$51,995|
|Jan 11, 2022||Seabourn||Sojourn||World Cruise||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Athens (Piraeus)||145 Nights||Aghios Nikolaos, Greece | Airlie Beach, Australia | Ambon, Indonesia | Apia | Aqaba, Jordan | Athens (Piraeus), Greece | Auckland, New Zealand | Avalon | Bangkok, Thailand | Bay Of Islands, New Zealand | Busan, South Korea | Cairns, Australia | Colombo, Sri Lanka | Cooktown | Coron, Busuanga Island, Philippines | Da Nang, Vietnam | Darwin, Australia | Fanning Island, Kiribati | Haifa, Israel | Halong Bay, Vietnam | Hilo, Hawaii | Hiroshima, Japan | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hong Kong, China | Honolulu, Hawaii | Kagoshima | Kaohsiung, Taiwan | Kauai | Keelung, Taiwan | Kupang, West Timor, Indonesia | Kusadasi, Turkey | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Male, Maldives | Manila, Philippines | Moreton Island | Mykonos, Greece | Nagasaki, Japan | Naha, Japan | New Plymouth | Pago Pago, Samoa | Penang Pulau Pinang, Malaysia | Phuket, Thailand | Picton, New Zealand | Port Kelang, Malaysia | Porto Malai, Langkaw | Puerto Princesa, Philippine||$59,817|
Up To $1000 Onboard Credit
|Jan 19, 2022||Princess||Island Princess||Caribbean||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||111 Nights||Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. | Adelaide, Australia | Agadir, Morocco | Apia, Western Samoa | Aqaba, Jordan | Ashdod, Israel | Athens (Piraeus), Greece | Auckland, New Zealand | Barcelona, Spain | Benoa, Bali | Burnie, Australia | Cadiz, Spain | Cartagena, Colombia | Catania, Sicily | Christchurch, New Zealand | Civitavecchia, Italy | Colombo, Sri Lanka | Cueta, Spain | Dubai, U.A.E. | Fjordland National Park | Fremantle, Australia | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Funchal, Portugal | Genoa, Italy | Hilo, Hawaii | Honolulu, Hawaii | Huatulco, Mexico | International Dateline | Iraklion, Greece | Kusadasi, Turkey | Lanzarote, Spain | Lisbon, Portugal | Livorno, Italy | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Marseille, France | Monte Carlo, Monaco | Mykonos, Greece | Naples, Italy | New Plymouth, New Zealand | Pago Pago, Samoa | Panama Canal | Picton, New Zealand | Port Kelang, Malaysia | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda | Salalah, Oman | San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua | Singapore, Singapore | Suez||$17,669|
Up To $1000 Onboard Credit
|Jan 19, 2022||Princess||Island Princess||Europe||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Ft. Lauderdale||97 Nights||Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. | Adelaide, Australia | Agadir, Morocco | Apia, Western Samoa | Aqaba, Jordan | Ashdod, Israel | Athens (Piraeus), Greece | Auckland, New Zealand | Barcelona, Spain | Benoa, Bali | Burnie, Australia | Cadiz, Spain | Catania, Sicily | Christchurch, New Zealand | Civitavecchia, Italy | Colombo, Sri Lanka | Cueta, Spain | Dubai, U.A.E. | Fjordland National Park | Fremantle, Australia | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Funchal, Portugal | Genoa, Italy | Hilo, Hawaii | Honolulu, Hawaii | International Dateline | Iraklion, Greece | Kusadasi, Turkey | Lanzarote, Spain | Lisbon, Portugal | Livorno, Italy | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Marseille, France | Monte Carlo, Monaco | Mykonos, Greece | Naples, Italy | New Plymouth, New Zealand | Pago Pago, Samoa | Picton, New Zealand | Port Kelang, Malaysia | Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda | Salalah, Oman | Singapore, Singapore | Suez Canal | Sydney, Australia | Tenerife, Canary Islands | Valletta, Malta||$15,489|
Up To $1000 Onboard Credit
|Feb 12, 2022||Princess||Crown Princess||Caribbean||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Ft. Lauderdale||15 Nights||Cartagena, Colombia | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Huatulco, Mexico | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Puerto Amador, Panama | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Puntarenas, Costa Rica | San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua||$1,378|
Up To $250 Onboard Credit
|Dec 02, 2022||Norwegian||Bliss||Panama Canal||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Miami||15 Nights||Acapulco, Mexico | Cabo San Lucas, Mexico | Cartagena Colombia | Los Angeles, CA | Miami, FL | Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua | Transit Panama Canal, At Sea|
You Save: $1,323
Up To $200 Onboard Credit
|Jan 05, 2023||Regent||Seven Seas Splendor||Caribbean||Los Angeles (San Pedro)||Miami||16 Nights||Acapulco | Cabo San Lucas | Cartagena | Catalina Island | Corinto | George Town | Los Angeles | Miami | Puerto Quetzal | Puntarenas|
You Save: $14,299
Up To $1000 Onboard Credit
Los Angeles (San Pedro) Travel Guide
Los Angeles (San Pedro) Cruises Highlights
- Spend a day at the Disneyland theme park.
- Walk along the beautiful Melrose Avenue.
- Hike up to the iconic Hollywood sign that overlooks Los Angeles.
- See what Los Angeles looks like from above at Griffith Observatory.
- Relax at Santa Monica Pier right along the waterfront.
- Go shopping at Rodeo Drive's luxury shops.
- Stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
- Visit The Last Bookstore, a used bookshop.
- Explore Sunset Boulevard's nightlife.
- Check out Olvera Street in the historic area of Los Angeles.
- See contemporary art pieces as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Los Angeles (San Pedro) Cruises Travel Tips
- Los Angeles is enormous, so try to pick an accommodation in the area you'd like to explore.
- There's a fee for plastic bags at shops, so be sure to bring your own bag.
- There are so many free museums in Los Angeles, so take advantage of it. Museums include the Hammer Museum, Getty Villa, the Broad, and more.
- Traffic can be terrible, so account for that in travel time. Opt to take public transportation to save both money and time.
- Don't forget to pack sunscreen and sunglasses. A lot of the city is exposed to the sun.
- It gets warm throughout the day, but it cools off once the sun goes down—pack layers for your trip.
- Last call in Los Angeles is generally around 2 a.m. Unlike New York City, this city does actually sleep.
- Know that L.A. is made up of multiple cities. Malibu, Pasadena, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica are all considered part of the city.
- Locals and tourists agree that the best food is street food.
Los Angeles (San Pedro) Cruises Things To Do
- Explore Sunset Boulevard
Sunset Boulevard is the most famous road in Los Angeles, spanning just shy of 22 miles. It starters at the Pacific Coasts Highway and reaches the city center. Most of Sunset Boulevard is lined by beautiful palm trees and is often used to help set the scene in a lot of Hollywood movies. Some of the most popular stops along Sunset Boulevard include the Comedy Store, Sunset Beach, Will Rogers State Historic Park, and the Roxy Theater. Sunset Boulevard is a must for anyone visiting this area.
You Should KnowThough Sunset Boulevard is long, the area most worth exploring is from Doheny Drive all the way to the North Crescent Heights Boulevard. This is just shy of 2 miles and is most walkable.
- Relax at the Santa Monica Pier
Los Angeles's Santa Monica Pier is filled with many different entertainment options that are perfect for all ages. The pier first opened in 1909 and has changed a lot since then, as it now boasts a Ferris wheel, a beach, and lots of vendors and concessions. The Santa Monica Pier rose to fame after being featured in countless films and TV shows that were filmed in Los Angeles. Some popular movies filmed here include 2012, Forrest Gump, and Iron Man, among others.
Best Time To VisitThe pier is open for 24 hours a day; however, most of the things to do here open at 11 a.m. and close around midnight. It's best to visit either right when it opens or later at night after dinner. This is when the least among of people are here!
- Hike up to the Hollywood Sign
The Hollywood Sign is genuinely the most iconic landmark in all of Los Angeles, but many visitors don't know that you can actually hike one of three routes up to where the sign is located. This sign was first built in 1923 and spans about 350 feet. The easy trail to the top is the Mt. Hollywood trail, which is only about 3 miles long. The moderate trail is the Brush Canyon Trail, while more advanced hikers can take the Cahuenga Peak Hike. Each trail ends right up near the sign and offers spectacular views.
You Should KnowYou should wear sturdy walking shoes and pack water for your hike to the top. Opt to hike earlier in the morning or later at night to avoid the Los Angeles sun and heat.
- Stroll along the Hollywood Walk of Fame
The Hollywood Walk of Fame was first established in early 1960 and has become one of the most-walked areas of the city. It covers 15 blocks now, and new celebrities receive stars on the street annually. Out of all the stars along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, most visitors are on the hunt to find the stars of Johnny Depp, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean. Together, these three are photographed most often.
You Should KnowThere are almost 3,000 different stars, so it can be challenging to find the one you're looking for. Lookup a free map online to quickly scope out celebrity stars that you're interested in seeing to save yourself time.
- Shop (or window shop) at Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive is home to the most luxurious shops in all of Los Angeles. It's considered to be one of the world's most famous streets, and many celebrities are often photographed shopping. The road goes on for about 2 miles and features around 100 different stores. Not a fan of shopping? You can also consider following the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style, which was created in 2003. It features some style legends, including Tom Ford, Gianni and Donatella Versace, and Giorgio Armani.
You Should KnowRodeo Drive is very walkable and extremely picturesque. Don't forget your camera and wear solid walking shoes. The most famous part of Rodeo Drive to explore is called Two Rodeo Drive. This area is said to look like a street straight out of Europe.
- Visit The Last Bookstore
The Last Bookstore is a used bookshop and record store that is trendy and iconic. Throughout the shelves are art installations made of books, making the entire bookshop extremely picturesque, even for those who don't love literature. This bookshop first opened back in 2005 and has boomed into popularity since. It's currently the biggest secondhand bookstore in all of Los Angeles and is located inside an old bank! You can still find the bank's leftover pieces today, including the pillars and hidden bank vault.
You Should KnowDon't forget your camera; the multiple sculptures throughout look like a scene straight out of Harry Potter. The majority of items inside this shop are affordable, and purchasing an item from here is a great way to support an indie bookstore.
- See Los Angeles from above at the Griffith Observatory
The Griffith Observatory first opened in 1935 but sits upon land that was historically where Spanish settlers lived. The area was later overtaken by a journalist named Griffith J. Griffith in 1882. He loved the area so much that he decided to turn it into a park, and he later decided an observatory would also be of great use to the city. The Griffith Observatory famously faces the Hollywood sign and is said to be one of the best places to see Los Angeles from above. It's one of Los Angeles's most magnificent viewpoints that shouldn't be overlooked.
Best Time To VisitTry to go to the Griffith Observatory in the morning on a weekday. This is the least busy time so there won't be any crowds. This is also a great spot to watch the sunset, but it can get quite crowded.
- Spend a day at Disneyland
Los Angeles's Disneyland Park officially opened in 1955 and is part of the Walt Disney theme parks worldwide. In fact, it was the first Disney park to be built! It's one of the most popular and fun attractions in this area of California. The park is separated into different districts, including Frontierland, New Orleans Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and three others. Each area is different but has excellent fun rides that you won't want to miss out on.
You Should KnowIt's best to explore Disneyland in at least a half-day, typically longer. Be sure to stick around to see the iconic fireworks at the end of the night. The Matterhorn is the most popular ride in Disneyland.
- Walk along Melrose Avenue
Melrose Avenue is another one of Los Angeles's most famous streets. It's filled with places to go shopping and great restaurants. The western end of Melrose Avenue is the most popular and walkable part of the road. Be sure to stop by the MOCA Pacific Design Center, a free place to view some of the best art exhibits. Compartes Chocolatier is another of the most-visited spots along Melrose Avenue and is said to be the best place to get bonbons in the area.
You Should KnowLike most streets in Los Angeles, Melrose Avenue is easily walkable. Don't forget to wear comfortable footwear. The famed "pink wall" and many other of the most-photographed Instagram backdrops are located along Melrose Avenue.
- Check out Olvera Street
This street dates back to the late 18th century and is considered to be one of the city's most historic areas. Some people even say that it's where Los Angeles was officially born. It was neglected for many years after Spanish inhabitants came to the area until a socialite named Christine Sterling decided to fix it. Today, Olvera Street is a popular Mexican marketplace lined with many great vendors. You can find everything from art to unforgettable souvenirs. There is also a multitude of great restaurants along the street.
You Should KnowThere are walking tours available of the street and its history daily. Many celebrations are held on Olvera Street, including Cinco de Mayo, Dia De Los Muertos, and Mexican Independence Day.
Los Angeles (San Pedro) Cruises When To Visit
Los Angeles is a beautiful city to visit no matter the time of year, and there truly isn't a bad time to visit. There are, of course, certain months that are less busy than others, but there's always something fun happening in the city. The summer is the busiest time to visit L.A., but it gets sweltering. Wintertime is the perfect time to visit if you're looking to snag deals on accommodations.
- Spring and Fall - September to November and March to May - Shoulder Season
During the spring, the average temperature is approximately 75°F. The fall months are closer to 79°F. Keep in mind that this time is perfect to visit because there aren't many crowds and the prices are relatively reasonable.
- Summer - June to August - High Season
It averages around 83°F in the summertime. This is the most popular time to visit Los Angeles, and prices usually are their highest during these months. The sun can be sweltering during the day, but as soon as the sun goes down, it cools off immensely.
- Winter - December to February - Low Season
Winter in Los Angeles is the most affordable time to visit. The weather averages 67°F, which is a lot warmer than most other cities in the United States around this time of the year. Most of L.A.'s biggest celebrity award shows are also held during the winter, like the Grammys.
Los Angeles (San Pedro) Cruises Frequently Asked Questions
Hopping on a Los Angeles cruise is the best way to travel and relax all in the same trip. Destinations include places such as the Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaii, Australia, and more. Each cruise has different stops along the way, and they vary in length from 5 days to 139 days.
A Los Angeles cruise includes accommodation and meals. Each cruise has different lodging and dining options and varies in price. There are also lots of fun forms of entertainment on the cruises, including golfing, performances, pools, shopping, and sometimes even casinos. Of course, each cruise ship is unique and has its own fun things to do. Los Angeles cruises also include stops at many other port cities. Some stops are in the United States and some are international. For most stops, you'll have the entire day to get off the cruise and explore wherever the cruise is docked for the whole day. Just be sure to plan out your day and research ahead of time to get the most out of your experience!
Because each cruise from Los Angeles is so vastly different, no cruise is particularly the best! It all depends on where you'd like to go and how long you'd like to travel. For example, the Royal Princess cruise goes to Mexico while the Emerald Princess goes to the Panama Canal, as does the Norwegian Bliss. Of course, if you're having trouble choosing which cruise is best for you, feel free to call one of our cruise specialists. They can be reached at 1-800-627-3753 and they'd love to help you find the perfect cruise for you and your interests.
Los Angeles cruises vary in price but start around $78 a day and range up to $420 a day. It truly depends on the length of the trip and the number of stops that the cruise makes. Of course, Affordable Tours offers many discounts that make each of the trips a lot less costly than their advertised price!
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