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Vacation Rental Price Information in Anaheim
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Anaheim. in Anaheim, prices can go up to $516 (12/22 - 12/29). Prices drop in October to an average of $336 per night (10/12 - 10/19).
Rental Availability Information in Anaheim
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is in December that you will find the week with the least available rentals (12/22 - 12/29). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in April (4/6 - 4/13).
The Weather in Anaheim
This is the climate diagram in Anaheim. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is August.
Enjoy Disneyland with an Anaheim vacation rental
Despite being best known as the home of Disneyland Resort, Anaheim is also famous for its sports teams, family-friendly atmosphere and eternal Californian sun. Downtown Anaheim is worlds apart from the hustle and bustle of the theme parks. The city wears many faces as you will discover, as soon as you book your Anaheim vacation rental and explore this diverse city.
Flying in to Anaheim, California
The city is primarily served by the John Wayne Airport at Santa Ana (SNA) and Long Beach Airport (LGB). It is also possible to fly in to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) which is further away. To get to the city center economically, consider a shared shuttle service such as SuperShuttle. Alternately, a taxi or hire car will also get you to your vacation home in Anaheim in no time.
Cuisine in Anaheim
In Anaheim, you can try something new with a traditional Japanese hot pot at Shabu Shabu restaurant, or indulgue in hearty Asian-Hawaiian comfort food at Palama Hawaiian Fusion BBQ. Be sure to check out the Anaheim Packing District and its mammoth gourmet food court which you can take home to enjoy at your vacation rental in Anaheim.
Disneyland meanwhile offers it all, from ice cream parlors to home-style roast chicken, jambalaya, creole salmon, chowder and New Orleans-style gumbo, Bavarian sausages, barbecue kebabs, mozzarella strips, Southern food and of course pizzas, burgers and sandwiches!
Art and culture in Anaheim
Anaheim boasts a thriving art and culture scene, as you'll discover. World-class performers such as Santana have played at the Honda Center which also hosts frequent circus acts and performance art. The Anaheim Convention Center is not just about business meetings and conventions; it also hosts concerts and cheer-leading contests. The Grove Theater which used to be dinner theater, is now a cosy concert venue that hosts theater, comedy and music events.
A good time to visit Anaheim
For those looking to get away from the crowds, the best time to visit Anaheim is from March through May, and September through October. This is when the weather is still pleasant, schools are still in session, and there is likely to be must more availably for your vacation rental in Anaheim. December can also be a magical time to visit, if cold temperatures don't bother you too much.
Things to do and see in Anaheim
Anaheim's biggest attraction is Disneyland, one of the most visited theme parks in the world. The complex is comprised of the original theme park, Disneyland, plus Disney California Adventure and Downtown Disney, where culinary and shopping options are in abundance. Popular themed rides that kids will identify with include Pirates of the Caribbean ride, the King Arthur Carrousel and Mad Tea Party teacups. Dark fantasy lovers will revel in rides such as Peter Pan's Flight, Pinocchio's Daring Journey, and Snow White's Scary Adventure. Next to Disneyland Resort is California Adventure, an experience that encapsulates the Californian experience. There's the Grizzly Peak Recreation Area which is a throwback to the Northeastern Californian wilderness, a Bay Area recreation that resembles 20th-century San Francisco, Pacific Wharf designed after California's vintage wharfs, and the Golden Vine Winery, among other recreations. You could also visit Knott's Berry Farm which is touted as America's oldest theme park. After all this excitement, you can head back to your vacation home in Anaheim to relax and recharge those batteries.
Other prominent attractions in Anaheim include the Crystal Cathedral, which is built almost entirely of glass, and the Aquarium of the Pacific which is home to over 12,500 species of marine life. Downtown Anaheim charms with its lively farmer's markets, craft fairs, museums, an ice rink and beautiful vintage architecture.
Anaheim's regular events and festivities
Anaheim's cultural calendar kicks off with the Newport Beach Beerfest in April, and the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival in April. Next comes the Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend, and Taste of Anaheim, which is a premier food and music event where the city's culinary establishments put forth their finest offerings. The SoCal Brewfest in June features terrific craft beers, food trucks and entertainment.
Fall has plenty of action in the form of the fantastical Halloween celebrations at Disneyland Resort and the Anaheim Fall Festival. Gay Days Anaheim takes place in the first weekend in October amid much fanfare. The Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers Market and Craft Fair in November brings together farmers, local artisans and sumptuous gourmet foods (cheese ,fruit, veggies, etc) which you can purchase and feast on back at your Anaheim vacation rental. The year closes with Yuletide festivities, lit store fronts and a touch of Christmas magic.
Anaheim is more than just a stepping stone to Disneyland, so book your vacation rental in Anaheim and experience a city the whole family will enjoy.
Anaheim: Rides, food and parks galore
Disney California Adventure Park
Commonly known as DCA, the park is operated by the Walt Disney Company. Enjoy a day out in its individually themed sections: Buena Vista Street, Paradise Pier, Hollywood Land, Cars Land, and more.
Anaheim Packing District
A paradise for foodies, the district features a profusion of artisan eateries spanning many international cuisines. There is live music on the Mezzanine Stage every weekend.
Yorba Regional Park
This expansive park is popular with families for its bike routes, walkways, fishing ponds and picnic spots. The trail system here eventually leads to the ocean.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Opened in 1966, this modern ballpark is the home to Anaheim's major league baseball team, the Anaheim Angels. The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, The Grateful Dead and Madonna have all performed here.
Designed and built under Walt Disney's direct supervision, this world-famous attraction boasts rides, character experiences and live entertainment to excite the whole family.
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