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Palm Springs International Airport

It is a civil airport located 3 km from the central business district (CBD) of Palm Springs serving the Coachella Valley of Riverside County. The airport extends for almost 4 square kilometres and has two tracks. It is characterized by seasonal, as many flights do not operate during the summer. However, it moves more than […]

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Oakland International Airport

This is one of the busiest airports in California, moving around 13 million passengers annually and performing about 200,000 air operations. It is characterized by its high percentage of arrivals in time and for its service of international flights to Mexico, Europe, Canada and Japan. It has two terminals connected to each other in the […]

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Fresno-Yosemite International Airport

It was formerly known as the Fresnoy Air Terminal is a civil-military joint public airport located in the east of that city. It is only 97 miles from Yosemite National Park on the California State Route 41. It has two runways and a heliport and is the most important air transport center in the San […]

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Los Angeles International Airport

It is the main airport of the city of Los Angeles and is simply known as LAX by Californians, pronouncing each letter separately. It’s located southwest, in the Westchester neighborhood, 27 kilometres from downtown. It serves more than 60 million passengers, moving more than 2 million tons of cargo with 87 domestic destinations and 69 […]

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Hollywood Walk of Fame

This is perhaps one of the most famous places in the world and the most desired for artists. It is a sidewalk along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, on whose floor are placed more than 2000 stars of 5 points with the names of celebrities to which the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honors for its […]

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The San Francisco Bay Area

It is an estuary and shallow bay through which it drains approximately forty percent of California’s water, which comes from the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers from the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and empties into the Pacific Ocean. It is characterized as a geographic and ethnically diverse metropolitan region. The Bay Area contains many cities, towns, […]

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Santa Catalina Island

It is one of the islands of the California Canal and is located southwest of Los Angeles. It is known for its wild life, diving sites and Mount Orizaba, its highest peak. The tourist town of Two harbors is in the north. In the south, in the city of Avalon, palm trees and cabins delineate […]

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Route 66

Also known as the Main Street of America, the Mother Road and the Will Rogers Road, this route formed part of the U.S. Federal Highway Network and is currently one of the most iconic tourist destinations in the country and the world. Originally, ran from Chicago, across Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and […]

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The Squaw Valley Ski Center

The Squaw Valley Ski Resort is located in Lake Tahoe, with 27 lifts to transport skiers. Its extension is placed in the ninth position of the ranking of major stations in North America. There is an extension of land, if this happens it would go to third place. It has winter sports areas, dining options, […]

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The Joshua Trees National Park

It is a desert area that includes parts of the Colorado and Mojave deserts. Its name comes from a species of cactus, found almost exclusively in this area, called the Tree of Joshua. There are camping areas, but without access to the water, so most visitors spend the night outside the park. A part of […]