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With so many fun things to do in Los Angeles, you’ll find an ocean of available Los Angeles attraction tickets! But, which Los Angeles attractions are right for you? Would you like to visit Disneyland as part of a daytrip from Los Angeles? Or, perhaps your most coveted Los Angeles attraction ticket is the one for Universal Studios Hollywood. You can even depart from your Los Angeles sightseeing trip and make the journey down to SeaWorld! On a Los Angeles vacation, you have Hollywood, the Pacific Ocean, and the Sierra Nevada moutnains at your fingertips. It’s not easy deciding what to do in Los Angeles. But, it sure is exciting!

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  • Cost effective way to see LA
    By: Wayne Couper

    The most cost effective way to gain entry to a lot of venues. Had incredible difficultly collecting the card as our voucher had listed our teenagers as children with their ages in brackets even though they are classified as adults and we paid them as adults. This proved to be a difficulty and took about 45mins. for the Hollywood Info Centre to agree and issue the card.

  • Value for money
    By: Lydia Kies

    I bought the tickets through www.hop-on-hop-off-bus.com, looking for an easy way to get around the city as we were on holiday with a RV. I ended up buying the GO Los Angeles card and were pleased by the savings on the entrance fees for a lot of attractions, but was disappointed when I realized that it only includes the Hop-on-Hop-off tour for the yellow line, covering Santa Monica not Hollywood. After reading the fine print I realized my mistake. I’m not complaining - we still had a great time, enjoyed the Starline Yelloy line tour and saved a lot on entrance fees at Universal, Warner Bros. and others, but would have preferred a Hop-on-Hop-Off option in Hollywood ( we had to pay busfares and Uber to get there.) Bottomline - I went on to tge Hop-on...website to get tickets to see Hollywood and did not end up with Hop-on-Hop-off tickets for Hollywood- maybe the ad for the GO card can be more explanatory?

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