Distance between Hollywood and Disneyland Park.
Distance between Hollywood and Disneyland Park is 49.39 km.
This distance is equal to 30.69 miles, and 26.65 nautical miles.
The distance line on map shows distance from Hollywood to Disneyland Park between two cities.
Is Universal Studios Hollywood near Disneyland?
Universal Studios Hollywood is located right in Hollywood, outside of Los Angeles and Disneyland is located in Anaheim, CA which is about a 50-minute drive south of Los Angeles. Disneyland is a larger park with a greater number of attractions and rides, but Universal Studios Hollywood is expanding at a faster pace.
Where should I stay when going to Disneyland?
10 Best Hotels Near Disneyland
- Best Western Plus Park Place. Closest hotel to Disneyland (less than 10 minute walk)
- Residence Inn Anaheim Resort.
- Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
- Park Vue Inn.
- Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance.
- Disneyland Hotel.
- Springhill Suites Anaheim Resort.
- Hyatt House Anaheim.
Does Disneyland have a shuttle to Universal?
Whether you’re looking for a Disneyland shuttle or transportation to Universal Studios, we have you covered. Xpress Shuttles can provide convenient transportation to theme parks throughout the Los Angeles area.
Where should I stay when visiting Universal Studios California?
The 9 Best Hotels Near Universal Studios Hollywood in 2019
- 01 of 09. Best Overall: Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City. TripAdvisor.
- 02 of 09. Best Budget: Holiday Inn Express North Hollywood – Burbank Area. TripAdvisor.
- 03 of 09. Best Boutique: Petit Ermitage. Petit Ermitage.
- 04 of 09. Best for Families: Magic Castle Hotel.
- 08 of 09. Best for Business: Loews Hollywood Hotel.
Can you stay at Disney and go to Universal?
You can purchase a one or two-day park-to-park ticket to Universal Orlando that includes round-trip transportation to and from your Disney World hotel. With the park-to-park ticket, you have access to both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure each day.
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