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Transport links to LA

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Transport links to LA


I am thinking of staying at the annabella hotel in anaheim and i was wondering if anybody knew the best public transport links to get to hollywood area and roughly how long it would take?



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1. Re: Transport links to LA

Kerry - train takes about 40-50 mins from Anaheim station cost $10 - we used it a couple of times into LA - taxi to the staion costs about $10 then Red Line underground once you get to union station.Travel to Hollywood takes about 20 mins -buy a $5 day pass - can be used on the Metro buses aswell- We used them around LA and found them quite easy to get about - farmers market,beverley centre,rodeo drive etc.

this is the link to the amtrak site

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sorry link is www.amtrak.com

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3. Re: Transport links to LA

Two different trains operate between Anaheim and Los Angeles Union Station: Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner and Metrolink's Orange County Line. From Union Station, take the Metro Red Line subway to Hollywood.

Alternatively, Metro operates express bus service between Anaheim and downtown Los Angeles on Line 460, which also connects with the Red Line.

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Also, to get from your hotel to the train station, you will need to catch OCTA Route 50 (http://www.octa.net). To get to the Metro Line 460 bus stop, however, you just need to walk to it.

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Metrolink trains are less expensive than Amtrak. Also, your Metrolink ticket may be accepted as a bus pass, so you would not need to buy a separate bus pass. Details at www.metro.net and www.metrolinktrains.com Also, Metrolink maintains an info desk at Union Station, but you must buy Metrolink tickets by machine at Anaheim and there would likely be no Metrolink representative at the Anaheim station.

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