Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Getting to California

Getting to California

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For things to do in San Diego, see our port of call description, starting on page 369.

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If you opt to drive to California, or from points within California, our best advice is to get a good map. Drivers unfamiliar with Southern California laws and freeways should visit California Driving: A Survival Guide at http://www.caldrive.com. This website provides an excellent introduction to the “car culture” of California.

Air travel is the best way for many to get to Southern California. Use the tips on page 69 for booking the best airfare to California. San Diego International Airport (SAN) is the natural first choice, less than 2.5 miles from the cruise terminal. Still, Los Angeles' five airports are between 1.5 and 2.5 hours away. John Wayne/Orange County (SNA) is nearest, followed by Long Beach (LGB), Ontario (ONT), Los Angeles International (LAX), and Bob Hope/Burbank (BUR). Though it serves mostly domestic Mexican flights, Tijuana (TJB) is 1.5 hours away (allowing for the border crossing).

As it's served by all major U.S. airlines, we'll focus on San Diego International Airport. When you arrive, your plane docks at one of two main terminals, or the commuter terminal (connections from Los Angeles). From there, follow signs to baggage claim. Ground transportation is located on the Ground Level. For more details on San Diego International Airport, call 619-400-2404 or visit http://www.san.org. The airport address: 3225 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101.

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