Wonders of the West Coast: 8 Must-See Sights, Tours & Adventures

San Francisco’s icon is the Golden Gate Bridge (Photo: Getty)

The perfect getaway when winter descends on much of the U.S.? The sunny West Coast. See the best of the West for less with great deals from TicketsatWork. From Seattle to San Diego, hike through Giant Sequoias, tour celebrity hangouts and cruise along scenic coastlines. Here are our top 8 picks – bon voyage!

San Diego Beach Tours – La Jolla & Torrey Pines
Discover the breathtaking coast of Southern California on this 6-hour tour. You’ll start in San Diego, and then drive by scenic coves and a seal beach on your way to La Jolla & Torrey Pines.

San Diego Zoo
Don’t miss this urban paradise filled with more than 4,000 rare and exotic wildlife. Love animals? This world-famous attraction is a must for anyone visiting San Diego.

Hollywood Grand City Tour
Experience the magic of the movies on this guided tour through celebrity life in Los Angeles. See the TCL Chinese Theatre, Hollywood Walk of Fame and the famous Hollywood Sign – all from the comfort of a tour bus.

Enjoy an unforgettable day with your family at the Happiest Place on Earth! Meet fairytale princesses and get a thrill on your favorite rides. Yes, dreams do come true at Disneyland.

Total Yosemite Experience Tour
Hike through evergreen forests and explore less-traveled parts of one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. The highlight of your trip will be seeing the looming Giant Sequoias up close.

Golden Gate Seaplane Tour
Get ready for a thrilling adventure high above San Francisco! This 30-minute tour takes you right over spectacular landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, Downtown San Francisco and AT&T Park.

Pier 39 Attraction Pass
With more than 90 shops and 14 restaurants, Pier 39 attracts millions of visitors to the San Francisco waterfront. You’ll also enjoy incredible views of Alcatraz and the Bay Bridge.

Mt. Rainier Day Tour
Located just outside of Seattle, Mount Rainer National Park is a natural wonderland. Ride up the snow-capped mountain to the visitor center for spectacular alpine vistas of old-growth forests.

By: Craig Nelson

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