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Traveling To California For Super Bowl: Here's What You Should Know

SoFi stadium

The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the United States that attracts millions of fans. You never know if you will witness to the biggest Super Bowl blowout or to a heavily toe-to-toe contested affair.

Despite the shaky start and not knowing if the organizers will move the game to Texas due to the rise in Covid-19 cases, all preparations are a go as NFL officials and local organizers say the championship game isn’t leaving the Los Angeles area.

The Super Bowl is returning to Los Angles, where it all started and fans are excited since the game is weeks away.

If you are one of the lucky ones who managed to get a Super Bowl ticket, in today’s article we will cover some of the things you should know and prepare before going on your NFL trip.

About the City

Public Transport

It is safe to say that L.A has a great public transport where most neighborhoods are connected by train. If you plan not to rent a car or drive, the best option left is public transport. It is important to know how public transport in L.A works just to avoid the hassle of losing yourself in a big city and missing out on great things that might even question the Super Bowl.

The Red Line begins in downtown L.A and will take you to North Hollywood in less than 40 minutes. The Purple Line will take tourists through Koreatown and other neighborhoods like Chinatown and Highland Park. The Expo Line can take you to Santa Monica and a short walk away from Monica Pier.

Plan Your Stay

Los Angles is wide and it is very important to look at a map and play your hotel choice that is the nearest to your desired activities. Choosing a hotel near the Super Bowl will not only make your stay more pleasant, but you also don’t have to waste a lot of time traveling.

Some of the best and nearest hotels to the SoFi stadium are:

Marriott Hotels (five miles from the stadium)

Hilton Hotels (near the SoFi Stadium)

Hyatt Hotel

Since the Super Bowl attracts thousands of fans, most hotels in the area are already booked. So, make sure you plan your stay weeks before the date just to reserve the best spot in town.

Protect Yourself

There were many debates about whether or not the Super Bowl should move to another city due to the rise in Covid-19 cases, which is why you need to be extra careful when planning your protection. NFL games can be very exciting to watch, but always remember that your health should be priority number one. So, make sure you take masks, and hand sanitizer with you at all places.

You should also consider taking sunscreen. LA temperature might be pleasant but the high UV rays can turn your NFL experience into a nightmare.

About the Game

When Should I Arrive in L.A?

It all comes down to personal preference. Most NFL Fans arrive on Friday prior to the game, which leaves them a full day to settle and enjoy the game festivities before the big Sunday game.

What Items are prohibited at the Super Bowl?

Since we are talking about a major sporting event, the security at every Super Bowl is on the highest level. This means that you should be aware of their policy when it comes to bringing outside items just to avoid leaving them there and losing them forever.

Prohibited items:

  • Animals and pets
  • Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs
  • Items that might obstruct a guest’s view (big hats)
  • Artificial noisemakers
  • Bags that do not meet the bag policy guidelines
  • Banners, Sticks, poles
  • Bottles, cans, containers
  • Chairs
  • Lighters
  • Outside food
  • Selfie sticks, tripods, and video or audio recording equipment

When Should I Arrive at the SoFi Stadium?

To avoid big crowds and waiting long lines, it is best to arrive at the SoFi stadium at least an hour and a half before the game.

This will make the situation much simpler and you’d avoid the big crowds and make it to your seats peacefully.

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

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