The state of California is located on the West Coast of the United States and is the land of huge palm trees, sandy beaches, girls in bikinis and sunshine; a paradise for surfers and the film industry.
San Francisco is famous for the Golden Gate Bridge, the Alcatraz, its trams and the world’s most winding street.
Los Angeles is a huge metropolitan that is a collection of unique smaller villages; the capital of the film industry reaches from Santa Monica on the coast, through Malibu all the way to the elegant Beverly Hills.
The main sight of San Diego is its harbour and the nostalgic Gaslamp Quarter.
However, California is made up of more than just huge cities; it is also full of natural beauty, from the giant sequoias to the Yosemite National Park, the small towns that are reminiscent of the "gold rush"; the splendor of Hearst Castle and the famous amusement parks: Disneyland, Universal Studios and Sea World, San Diego.
- San Francisco
- Lake Marina
- Yosemite National Park
- Hearst Castle
- Los Angeles
- Universal Studios
- Santa Monica
- Sea World
- San Diego