How fast can you go from San Francisco to Los Angeles?
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How long is the drive from San Francisco, CA to Los Angeles, CA? The total driving time is 5 hours, 33 minutes.
Your trip begins in San Francisco, California. It ends in Los Angeles, California.
If you're planning a road trip, you might be interested in seeing the total driving distance from San Francisco, CA to Los Angeles, CA.
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San Francisco and Los Angeles are important gateways to tourist attractions in California. In 2014, Los Angeles had 44.2 million overnight and day visitors according to Discover Los Angeles.
What could you do when in Los Angeles? Here are 15 things to do for free:
1. Window shop on Rodeo Drive
2. Watch live TV, be part of a studio audience (tickets are free and must be obtained in advance)
3.Walk on the 1.5 mile Sunset Boulevard
4.Drive on Mulholland Drive, one of the world’s famous scenic drives
5.Stargaze at Griffith Observatory
6.Explore Fashion District
7.Visit Olvera Street
8.Check out downtown L.A. Art Walk
9.San Pedro Art Walk
10.Check out Chinatown
11.Discover Little Ethiopia
12.Hike and photograph near the Hollywood sign
13.Visit Hollywood Walk of Fame with over 2,400 terrazzo and brass stars
14.Visit Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels
15.Self-guided tour of Walt Disney Concert Hall
For a comprehensive list of free things to do please visit discoverlosangeles.com.blog.
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