10 reviews of Southern California CityPASS
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Southern California CityPASS. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
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Reviewed by Hannah G, January 2013
Tickets were easily obtained and there were no hiccups from any of the venues. Saved a lot of money on original prices. Beware though that to get from Anaheim to Universal studios is a bit of a hidden expense if you don't have a car and you need to use your ticket within the 14 days. Thanks
Reviewed by al, October 2012
already planning our next trip and we will be getting the southern california pass again....exceptional value..
Reviewed by Ruby K, September 2012
Absolutely great value - such a convenience, getting 4 great parks/attractions in one package!
Reviewed by sarah connor, July 2012
Fun-tastic ! The 3 places you have to do during your Califonian trip. And thank to this pass, you save a lot of money.
Reviewed by briddle5243, June 2012
Worked very easily and was convenient for Disneyland and SeaWorld.
Reviewed by Jason M, October 2012
Great way of seeing all the parks and saving some money however we missed the small print that you have to exchange the voucher from Disney which meant a reorganisation of our plans but once that was done it was very easy to use.
Reviewed by noreen, April 2012
We travelled to LA in our easter break...it was great and the Citypass was truly a great deal!it was simple to get it too....we would recommend it especially as it covers the three important theme parks.
Reviewed by Todd P, July 2012
We had only one week in Los Angeles and spent 5 or those days using this pass. In hindsight, I would have liked to spend more days seeing the sights of L.A. outside the amusement parks (those were my wife's decision) but the parks were also wonderful, Disney especially. Disney opens at 8 (even sometimes possible at 7) and doesn't close until midnight so be ready to burn the midnight oil to take full advantage. There's plenty to do, even without kids in tow. In SeaWorld and Universal we spent A LOT extra to get front of the line passes which definitely helped us to see more, and provided premium seating at the shows which was wonderful. Disney doesn't offer this but has a more democratic system that all pass holders can reserve a time and come back to the main attractions and not wait so long. I advise using that to the fullest extent.
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