Los Angeles provides numerous ways for travelers to visit, whether it’s by land, sea or air. LA is well-known for its love of cars, and interstate highways like US 101, Interstate 10 and Interstate 5 connect the City of Angels with the rest of the country. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the busiest airport in the world. Amtrak has various train routes that service Los Angeles, connecting California cities such as San Diego, Santa Barbara and San Francisco, as well as daily routes to Seattle and Chicago. The World Cruise Terminal in San Pedro is the West Coast’s largest cruise terminal, with one million passengers embarking on ocean voyages on a dozen cruise lines every year.
Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is the largest airport in California and millions of passengers pass through its gates every year. One of the world's busiest airports, thousands of flights take off and land annually from Los Angeles International Airport's location on the south coast of California. The city of Los Angeles is just 15 miles (24 kilometers) from LAX Airport and the two are linked by numerous rail and road connections.