America's Golden Triangle 

The dream US triple-centre holiday

Three iconic destinations, with just short flights between them.

Start with San Francisco’s creativity and big sights, then take in Las Vegas’ bright lights and fun-filled casinos before experiencing LA’s glamorous and sun-kissed lifestyle. Sightseeing, nightlife, theme parks, endless entertainment beckons...

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San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles

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Maximising your time by experiencing three incredible cities in one trip.

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San Francisco

Golden Gate City

You’ll touch down in San Francisco, where the city is yours for the taking. Hop on a cable car to skip the famously steep hills and enjoy the ride and the views. The vintage San Francisco cable cars are the only manually operated ones left in the world. Perhaps you’ll bike over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito or visit the museums in Golden Gate Park? Or maybe your time will be spent around Fisherman’s Wharf, watching the sea lions before heading over the water to tour the infamous Alcatraz.

What to do in San Francisco

The city and beyond

Discover the artisan sellers and local goodies at the Ferry Building Marketplace, or venture further and spend one of your days here tasting the world-famous Californian wine in beautiful Napa Valley and Sonoma, just an hour or so out of the city.

Napa Valley

Where to stay in San Francisco

Rest your head

Trend-setters, creatives, and design-conscious travellers find their SF home-from-home at hotels with zing. With its bohemian flair that meets big-tech culture, San Francisco is ideal for hotels that ooze style.

Las Vegas

Fly to Nevada

Arrive in Vegas after a 90-minute flight from San Francisco. Allow yourself to be drawn in by the dazzling lights and the thrills of the roulette tables, indulge in a cornucopia of exceptional dining and breathtaking entertainment, and escape the madness with a soaring heli-flight over The Grand Canyon.

What to do in Las Vegas

See the city sparkle

From the unmissable Fountains of Bellagio to the mesmerising Lake of Dreams at Wynn Las Vegas, the city offers a host of free shows. Or maybe you’ll drift along The Venetian Resort’s replica Grand Canal serenaded by a singing gondolier, followed by cocktails inside a chandelier at The Cosmopolitan before dinner at the Top of the World, revolving diners 800 feet above Vegas.

Where to stay in Las Vegas

Bright lights and bold hotels

Nowhere does hotels quite like Las Vegas. The city’s elaborate abodes include world record breakers, entire city replicas, talked-about restaurants, mega nightclubs, and gigantic casinos. Luxury lovers will find top-notch restaurants, designer boutiques, and ostentatious spas within Vegas’ outrageously decadent digs.

Los Angeles

The fun continues…

A 75-minute flight from Las Vegas brings you directly to Los Angeles, where the thrills continue. Wander in the footsteps (ok, handprints) of the stars on the Walk of Fame. Go behind the movie-making magic on a studio tour. Head high into the Hollywood Hills, then kick back on golden beaches.

Santa Monica

What to do in Los Angeles

Get swept up

Shop on Rodeo Drive. Take a stroll down Robertson Boulevard. Tour the mansions of Bel-Air. Then, end up in glorious Malibu just in time for a blockbuster sunset. Not sure where to start? Make the most of your time in LA with a GO City Pass that gives you access to over 40 attractions.

Where to stay in Los Angeles

Tempted by the beach?

In LA, it’s all about location, location, location. If you can give up a few bells and whistles, you can find yourself in a prime spot without busting your budget. Then the city’s yours for all the star-spotting, beach-basking, studio-skulking mayhem you can handle.