South of San Jose

Cabrillo National Monument star
History and natural beauty come together in this San Diego attraction.

Channel Islands National Park star
Off the Southern Central Coast, a largely untouched paradise makes up one of California's most interesting National Parks.

Five Alternatives to San Diego's Hotel Circle star
Many people default here when visiting San Diego, but there are many more interesting areas for the discerning traveler. Here are five other choices

Five Great Museum Stores in Los Angeles star
Let your shopping support your cultural interests. It's a much more enjoyable experience.

Hahamonga Watershed Park star
Located at the north end of Los Angeles County, Hahamonga Watershed Park in west Pasadena is a lovely placed to spend the afternoon. Hikers, cyclists, and equestrians will enjoy the facilities here.

Los Angeles' Little Tokyo star
Lovers of Japanese culture are in for a treat when visiting Los Angeles! An introductory visit should include these stops.

San Diego star[offsite link]

The Channel Islands star
Those islands off the coast of Ventura and Santa Barbara? Travel back in time to a primitive land of ocean creatures, wildflowers, and desert seascapes.

The Getty Villa star
Rejoice! The long-anticipated opening has finally arrived.

The Old Zoo star
Zoos are happy places... except when they appear to be haunted...

Walt Disney Concert Hall star
Los Angeles should be known for more than Hollywood and kitsch. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is a world-class concert venue, designed by Frank Gehry. While it provides space for amazing concerts and performances of all kinds, the architecture of the building is in itself a tourist attraction.

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