The Most Convenient Charter Bus Rental in Torrance! TCS Charter Bus Services!
LA’s South Bay is a vital hub of culture, beer, and sandy shorelines that encompass a wide and diverse area of Los Angeles. Covering 15 cities including Carson, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Inglewood and many others, Torrance in the South Bay is known as a bustling city unto itself, one with a unique & multicultural heritage. Take a trip to or from Torrance with TCS charter services.
An often overlooked part of the Santa Monica Bay, the beaches here are typically less crowded than the ritzy beaches in nearby Redondo and Palos Verdes areas. Hop in your private charter bus rental and head over to popular beach spot and mainstay, Perry’s Cafe, to rent a bicycle or surfboard for the day. Or have your charter bus driver drop you and your school group off at the Madrona Marsh. This 43-acre wetland is home to a plethora of birds, reptiles and small mammals that all make their homes in tidepools and microhabitats. Nature walks are offered daily – sign your group up before you arrive to take part!
Torrance has a strong multicultural presence. With a large predominantly Asian population. Take some time to explore the Chen Art Gallery, which houses more than 1,000 Chinese artifacts, all from one family’s private collection—including a Qing dynasty imperial throne room and a Ming dynasty bedroom. Torrance’s Japanese population, meanwhile, is second only to Honolulu in the U.S.; shop with the locals at the flagship Mitsuwa Marketplace, an immersive supermarket experience with specialty eateries, bakeries, and boutiques selling Japanese cosmetics, housewares, and delicacies.
Craft Beer & Schnitzel
Recently Torrance and the rest of the South Bay have become home to a growing craft beer scene. Check out the tasting rooms of the +12 local craft breweries such as Red Car Brewery, named after Torrance’s old trolley line; award-winning – The Dudes’ Brewing Company; and nano-brewer Zymurgy Brew Works & Tasting Room, which offers DIY brewing seminars for locals.
For old-school beer culture, go to Torrance’s Bavarian-style Alpine Village, home to a large Oktoberfest gathering each fall, and a year-round resource for homemade sausages and schnitzel. The Alpine Village is also a great place to stock up on festive Christmas decorations all year long!