Long Beach is California’s 5th largest city and Southern California’s newest coastal destination. Long Beach boasts more great amenities than any other cities can offer. Long Beach has a unique blend of big city convenience with the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of an ocean side community. Long Beach has a scenic downtown and busy waterfront marina and is a good place to stroll and people watch.
Long Beach is a conveniently close proximity you will find five star accommodations, fun shopping and more than 100 restaurants within walking distance.
Make sure to visit each dynamic region creating the heart of our city–Pine Avenue, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor and Shoreline Village; each offers an array of activity and add their own distinct, local flavor. You can take a harbor cruise alongside breathtaking ocean bays, bike or simply walk on dedicated paths next to 5.5 miles of sandy beaches. Year-round Long Beach offers pleasant sunny skies and a good warm climate.
Long Beach has lots of fun attractions, the Queen Mary, the largest, fastest, most luxurious ocean liner of her time, entertains passengers in fine restaurants and on historical tours. The Aquarium of the Pacific features more than 12,500 marine species of the Pacific Ocean, undersea galleries and live shows. Long Beach is also home or several renowned museums including the Long Beach Museum of Art and the Museum of Latin American Art.
Long beach East Village Arts District includes one-of-a kind art galleries and snazzy shops. In addition, just three miles from downtown is Belmont Shore and 2nd Street, the quintessential beachfront community where you will find trendy shops and terrific restaurants. You can even experience the romance of Italy and weave your way around our very own canals in an authentic gondola.