Though best known for Disneyland, Anaheim is more than Mickey, Minnie, and Main Street. Major league hockey and baseball are also based in the city, with Angel Stadium home to the Anaheim Angels baseball team and the Honda Center home to the beloved Anaheim Ducks ice-hockey team (as well as quite a few big-name musical acts.) If you're not in the ... Read more
mood for sports or Disney, the Anaheim GardenWalk is a major shopping and entertainment district.

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Anaheim, best known for being home to Disneyland, will inevitably fill to the brink when the kiddos are on vacation. Summer also happens to be the time of year that the weather is hottest, with daytime highs in ... Read more
the 80s and 90s (26-35C). If you are not bound by school schedules, spring and fall make for great shoulder seasons, with milder weather and fewer crowds. Winter (average 65F/18C), although occasionally drizzly, can also be a great time to visit. If you are a sports fan, you may also want to consider sports schedules when you plan your trip. The Anaheim Ducks hockey team plays from October to April (later if they make the playoffs), and the Angels baseball team from late March to September (ditto).

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Fun place and home to a lot of great event places such as Disneyland. The happiest place on earth

Recommended for:Family Travellers

Wonderful Place, lots to see and there's a Few Beaches with-in driving distance to see, I went to Redondo Beach when I was there back in June.

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I am always here for Angel games and Ducks game. I love both teams and enjoying coming to see them play!

Long Beach

One of the best things about living in Southern California is having a Disneyland Annual pass! My family and I frequent it a lot and it makes everything all the more magical! Plus there are so many great places nearby to try. The Anaheim Packing District Makes for a great lunch and dessert place.

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Los Angeles

Anaheim is well know for having the happiest plan on earth AKA Original Disneyland and the newer California Park. Both of them located on the same town.

In general, Anahaeim is a pure tourism town for both domestic and international top destination. Beside the two Disney Theme Park. They also have a conventional center that host big event such as the Blizzcon.

Street are genearl quite clean and is a safe area. Parking in the street suck, there's almost non exist. It force you to park in the lot.

Los Angeles

This photo is taken inside the Anaheim packing house, and old orange storage facility in the city of Anaheim that has been converted into A food court. There's a lot of different restaurants here, ranging from Indian to American to Vietnamese as well as some dessert places. It's a great place to spend a Friday night or meet up with friends.

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New Delhi

only parts of anaheim i like are disneyland and the cheap hole in the wall food places nearby. dont eat in downtown disney, food is expensive and poor


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Local from Orange County

What's not to love about Anaheim when there's Disneyland here? (Maybe the traffic)

Notable eateries in this city include: The Ranch Restaurant & Saloon (steakhouse), Cortina's Italian Market (amazing pizza), Napa Rose (fine dining), Zait & Zataar (lebanese), Earl of Sandwich, Original Pancake House, Jagerhaus (german), Doner G (turkish), Mas' Islamic Chinese.

It's a mecca of different food cultures!

Honda Center is also a great spot for concerts and events. They also have free events here too, like for Summer of 2014, they're hosting Jurassic Park/Land Before time movie screenings to celebrate Walking with the Dinosaurs show.

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San Diego

Though it plays little sister to its intimidating big sibling LA to the north, Anaheim is the city of delights - home to the Happiest Place on Earth and the Mighty Ducks (whose arena also hosts major music concerts and other performances), as well as a plethora of restaurants, hotels, and attractions for visitors and locals alike. The Anaheim GardenWalk is a fun family activity, while the Medieval Times show is surprisingly well done and a great alternative if you're Disney-ed out. Throw in the Convention Center and the major events it hosts, and it's easy to see why the city sometimes gets gridlocked from the influx of people seeking entertainment.

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