LA, among the USA’s most vibrant and exciting cities and the epicentre of the movie world. Soak up the movie madness of Universal Studios, Hollywood, before a magical trip to the Disneyland® Resort. San Diego, a sophisticated metropolis and dubbed America’s finest city, unveils gleaming white sands, and a great diverse range of attractions including the historical gardens and museums of Balboa Park and the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park.
Los Angeles, City of Angels, Tinseltown, La La Land. Whatever you want to call it, the beaches, mountains, food, culture and sheer pizzazz of LA are undeniably seductive.
Fly daily from London Heathrow with Virgin Atlantic.
Explore a world of celebrities, award shows and historic theatres. Hollywood is known as the movie-making capital of the world, and home to some of Los Angeles’ most iconic sights, from the TCL Chinese Theatre and the Hollywood Walk of Fame to the Academy Awards Kodak Theatre.
Drive from Los Angeles to San Diego approximately 2 hours (125 miles).
Dubbed 'America's finest city', San Diego is a large, sophisticated urban metropolis with a small town feel.
Strut your stuff around this sophisticated urban metropolis. San Diego has an amazing climate with seemingly endless beaches decorating the edge of the beautiful bay. It’s home to the world’s largest zoo, whale spotting, beautiful Balboa Park and romantic gondola rides around the bay.
Fly home from Los Angeles with Virgin Atlantic to London Heathrow.
San Diego Zoo may well be the most well-known in the world. Committed to conservation and respecting its furry, scaly, feathered and leathery residents with space and authentic habitats, it’s an object lesson in how to educate and delight visitors while working to protect and nurture species from around the globe. The result is a remarkable day out, full of surprising animal encounters, a range of optional, guide-led tours, entertaining and informative shows, and play areas for your little monkeys to clamber over while you soak in the Californian sun.