Long Beach, CA Maps for Travel Planning and Vacations
You can never have to many directions and map instructions when heading for
Long Beach. Some tricky access points include the Queen Mary and Aquarium of
the Pacific, Belmont Shore, Naples, and the roundabout traffic circle on
Pacific Coast Highway near Cal State Long Beach.
Long Beach, California, features Pacific Ocean
coastline, beaches, and the Port of Long Beach. It also has the largest
municipal harbor in the U.S.
For visitors and commuters, Long Beach has
invested heavily in its public transportation system with an extensive network
of buses (some free in the downtown tourist area,) MetroRail Blue Line train
service into Los Angeles connecting with Amtrak's service at Union Station, and
even a water taxi system offered at affordable rates.
405 Freeway, 710 (Long Beach) Freeway, and Pacific Coast Highway are some
major thoroughfares in the city. 22 Garden Grove and 605 San Gabriel Freeways,
plus 110 Harbor Freeway all are connecting freeways you might use when visiting
Long Beach in Los Angeles County.
Pictured above is the Long Beach harbor with Rainbow
Lagoon, The Pike, Aquarium of the Pacific