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  • 1. AquaBus

    I still can't believe a one way ticket on the Aqualink only costs $1! What a deal for tourists! the same route by traditional taxi would easily cost $12. The Aqualink has one circular route which runs...

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  • 2. By Car

    As with many cities, parking is prime. Long Beach is trying to provide plenty of parking for all visitors. This parking structure was near the Long Beach Aquarium. What was nice that day is they had...

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  • 3. Yes, good transportation is in the LA area! LBT

    Long Beach Transit offers great options to get around the city. If you are a tourist or a local, take advantage of this usually efficient and clean bus service....

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  • 4. Long Beach Transit

    They have many types of services:Regular Service:Long Beach Transit takes you just about anywhere you want to go in Long Beach, Lakewood and Signal Hill. We...

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  • 5. Arrive in LB Via LA!!

    The Metro Blue Line rail is a great way to reach Long beach via Los Angeles. The line starts at 7th St and Metro in downtown Los Angeles and ends at the Transit...

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  • 6. Metro service from Downtown LA to Long Beach

    "The Metro Blue Line" -- Only $1.50 each way!! A very cheap, safe and convenient way to travel between the 2 cities. The train runs from 7th St Metro station...

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  • 7. AquaLink Boat Ride

    There is a catamaran boat transit service which plies the coastline of Long Beach, mostly between dock #4 near the Aquarium and the Alamitos Yacht Harbor....

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  • 8. Passport Bus

    The Passport Bus is a Long Beach transit system that services the tourist area well. It runs between the two main ports of the Aqua Link system, which is good...

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  • 9. Note Metro Blue Line headsigns

    Make sure to read carefully the headsigns of Metro rail lines and buses. In the special case of the Blue Line, be alert about the headsign when heading south...

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  • 10. Have the Purple Pine Experience

    A free and convenient bus downtown is the purple Pine Ave bus which departs from Shoreline Village (pictured), passing The Pike and makes its way down Pine Ave,...

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  • 11. Remember the Passport!

    Well, you should already have the passport from your native country ready on hand- but you should also have a opportunity to ride the Passport bus! Look for the...

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  • 12. Rent a boat

    If you want to take a tour of the bay or go out fishing, you can rent a boat by the half day or day. In the wintertime they have plastic around them so you...

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  • 13. Limosines

    You will find them in all the places. You can also rent them but we enjoyed enough our convertible ;-) so no need.I still do not understand why people like...

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  • 14. Faster transportation to Catalina Island

    If the boat ride to Catalina seems too long and you have some money to burn, another option is taking a helicopter. The helicopter appeared to leave from the...

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  • 15. Transportation to Catalina Island

    Several years ago we took the ferry over to Catalina Island for the day and it was a lovely day trip. Ferries to Catalina Island can be picked up in Long Beach,...

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  • 16. Getting Around Long Beach & up to Hollywood...

    $3 1 day pass ticket at the Transportation Mall (1st/Pine) gets you on any bus and Metro tram in the LB area...you can get any bus into LB then get on the Metro...

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  • 17. Local OCTA Bus

    $2.50 from Huntingdon Beach up to Long Beach...the ticket I mentioned on my HB page gets you into Long Beach also. Get off bus 1(San Clemente to Long Beach) at...

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  • 18. Long Beach airport- great alternative to LAX!

    Long Beach airport (LGB) is a terrific alternative to LAX for getting to/out of southern California. Much less crowded, and far less hassles than when flying...

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  • 19. Harbor Cruise

    Here you can take a cruise around the harbor for 45 min. From the boat you can see the Queen Mary, The dome that covers the Spruse Goose and many other ships...

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  • 20. Jet Blue Airlines

    Jet Blue offers twice daily service from JFK. I am a 100,000 mile per year flyer and was really impressed by the price ($480.00 round trip on 3 day notice),...

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  • 21. For more extensive touring...

    For more extensive touring around Long Beach you can ride the Passport - the excellent Long Beach shuttle. As indicated in the route map many of the routes are...

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  • 22. Take a boat to Catalina

    This is the best transportation to Catalina. $59 per person round trip. From the Long Beach landing it's 1 hour and 10 minutes. The Catalina Express is the...

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