Los Angeles is known for its Hollywood status and is the entertainment capital of the world. This city is made up of many cultures and brings people from all over the world to explore its different attractions.
Downtown Los Angeles
Los Angeles collects dreams for visitors in many places. It’s where downtown flourishes with skyscrapers and restaurants, Hollywood entertains with remembrances of movies past, Beverly Hills impress with wealth, and Santa Monica caresses with warm sands and cooling ocean waves.
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, initially a settlement of just 44 Spanish missionaries, is now the second most populated city in the U.S. This mecca of palm trees, high fashion, and stardom sprawls from the San Fernando Valley down to the Hollywood Hills, Venice Beach, and South L.A.
Shops in Los Angeles
All told, it encompasses almost 500 square miles of diverse topography, varied culture, and memorable attractions. Here are some top things to do in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, California at night
No trip to southern California is complete without a stop in Hollywood. Tinseltown is once again attracting celebrities and other trendsetters with new chic restaurants, clubs, and boutiques.
Los Angeles at night
Perennial attractions include Grauman’s Chinese Theater, the Walk of Fame, and Griffith Park. Popular museums in the area include Ripley’s Believe it or Not and the Hollywood Wax Museum, which lets visitors pose with Elvis Presley and other stars.
Los Angeles skyline
Here are our picks for the top attractions and things to do and see in Los Angeles, California:
Walk of Fame
The walk of fame will allow you to experience your favourite Hollywood celebrity stars. Their names are displayed with a star. This is a unique opportunity to walk where many celebrity have walked before.
Halle Berry’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Michael Jackson’s star on the Walk of Fame, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles
Walk of Fame, Los Angeles
After the walk of fame, why not take an adventure in the Theme parks. Whether it’s Disneyland, Universal Studios, or California Adventure or why not all three?
At the Universal Studios you will experience a thrilling Theme Park rides and shows, a real movie studio, and Los Angeles’ best shops, restaurants and cinemas at City Walk.
This is a great place for family vacation or maybe a vacation with friends. It’s ideal for couples who want to have a great adventure together.
Universal Studios, Los Angeles
This is where the history of Los Angeles comes alive. Your vacation would not be the same without a visit to Olvera Street to get a unique experience of the historic roots of Los Angeles. Get a taste of the Mexican heritage which is celebrated on this street.
Olvera Street, Los Angeles
J. Paul Getty Museum or Getty Museum
J. Paul Getty Museum also called the Getty Museum is one that is located on two campuses. Namely the Brentwood campus and the Pacific Palisades museum, now renamed “Getty Villa”.
Getty Villa (J. Paul Getty Museum), Malibu, Los Angeles
The Brentwood museum carries a wide range of collection which features Western art from the middle Ages to the present. Whilst the Pacific Palisades museum displays art from ancient Greece, Rome and Etruria.
J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Inside the Jean Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Griffith Park and Observatory
Take some time to walk the park and observe nature at its best. Then simply take a view at the stars in the Galaxy. It is an amazing experience.
Griffith Park and Observatory, Los Angeles
Griffith Park and Observatory in Los Angeles
Walt Disney Concert Hall
The exterior of the building is beautifully designed with great architectural work and this sentiments echoes the feeling from inside as the music is just has beautiful on the inside.
Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or LACMA, is an art museum located on Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile vicinity of Los Angeles. LACMA is on Museum Row, adjacent to the La Brea Tar Pits. LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States.
Urban Light at the BP Grand Entrance, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles
The collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, are housed in a vast 20-acre complex of buildings. The focal point is the BP Grand Entrance, which includes the stunning installation of Chris Burden’s Urban Light.
Urban Light at the BP Grand Entrance, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles at night
Los Angeles has some of the most beautiful beaches, so while you are visiting, take a stop at the top ten beaches in the city:
The Getaway: Leo Carrillo State Beach
The Hopeless Romantic: El Matador Beach
The Surf Spot: Malibu Surf rider Beach
The Classic Stretch of Sand: Santa Monica Beach
The People Watcher: Venice Beach
Marina del Rey
Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles
Cannon at Santa Monica Beach, Los Angeles
Venice Beach in Los Angeles
Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles
Newport Beach, Los Angeles
Marina del Rey, Los Angeles
The famous Rodeo drive is known for its luxury, fashion and lifestyle. Therefore on your visit, be sure to take a stop on this drive know for its elegance.
Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles, with Hollywood Sign in background
Shops on Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles
Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles
Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Take a visit to the Zoo to see your favourite animals and explore and discover new knowledge about over 250 species of animal at the Zoo. Also take a journey through the Botanical gardens, ideal for the entire family.
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