The main pull for visitors to this part of California is, unsurprisingly, Disneyland. And it’s a worthy tourist attraction. But there are many other reasons you should consider Anaheim for your next trip. Top-tier sports, craft beer trails and peace-inducing parks are just some of the exciting activities on this three-day Anaheim itinerary.
First things first: you’ll need somewhere to sleep. If you’re looking for luxury (and a waterslide) check in to the Grand California Hotel & Spa in Disneyland. For an apartment stay, try Hotel Pepper Tree where you’ll have a kitchen alongside the usual amenities. For a bit of boutique there’s Hotel Indigo, handily positioned next to the popular outdoor shopping and eating area of Anaheim GardenWalk. And if it’s a sporting spectacle that has brought you to town, Ayres Hotel Anaheim is close to the Honda Center, home of the Ducks ice hockey team, and Angel Stadium, where you can watch the Angels play baseball.
For lunch, visit Little Saigon to enjoy superb Vietnamese food. This neighborhood is home to a selection of top-quality eateries, such as Pho 79, which dishes out classic beef pho (noodle soup) and bun rieu, a rice vermicelli dish served here with minced crab. Don’t fill up completely though, leave enough room to hit a Vietnamese bakery for steamed buns or fried dough.
Find out more and start planning your trip now by visitingvisitcalifornia.com/road-trips