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Los Angeles is the hub of America’s television and film industry with studios such as Paramont Pictures, Warner Brothers and Universal. Lying in a basin in Southern California LA is known for its sunny climate, iconic Hollywood sign and the Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard.

Attractions in Los Angeles

Hollywood Boulevard
Instantly recognisable, it is the city's main artery and home to some of the most famous attractions.
The Walk of Fame
The stars on this world famous pavement celebrate the Hollywood greats, both past and present.
Dolby Theatre
The former 'Kodak Theater' is famed for its architectural elegance and is home to the annual Academy Awards.
The Hollywood Sign
Perhaps LA's most iconic image, the sign is no longer just a symbol of a place, but an entire lifestyle.
Santa Monica Pier
This vibrant Pier features an amusement park and arcade, plus unforgettable views of Malibu and South Bay.
Venice Beach
There is never a dull moment. From the boardwalk to Muscle Beach, there's excitement at every turn.
Sunset Strip
From the counter-culture of the 60s to the rock and roll decadence of the 80s, the strip is a hub of creativity.
Rodeo Drive
This two mile long street in Beverly Hills is known for its luxury goods stores and fashionistas.
Griffith Observatory
Situated in the historical Griffith Park on the slope of Mount Hollywood, it offers unbeatable city views.
Farmers Market
The Original Farmers Market has been LA's favorite destination since 1934. With more than 100 gourmet grocers, specialty retailers and restaurants serving cuisine from around the world, the Farmers Market is a beloved gathering spot for locals and tourists alike.
The Grove
Popular outdoor shopping area located next to the Farmer's Market in Mid City.
Abbot Kinney
Just minutes from Venice Beach, Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a mile long strip of the latest fashion, art and food.
Muscle Beach
Alleged to be the home of the American fitness boom, the movement began in the 1930s. Since then Muscle Beach has become a 'must-see' on an LA trip.
Château Marmont
A symbol of 'Old Hollywood', this legendary hotel has seen more celebrity scandals than any other.
Stage 48
This interactive sound stage shows you how your favourite TV shows and movies are taken from script to screen.
Capitol Records Building
The 13 storey tower houses the renowned Capitol Studios and has been featured in various Blockbusters.
The Bradbury Building
This landmark is known for its architectural beauty and starring role in Film Noir classic, 'Blade Runner'.
Beverly Wilshire Hotel
It has been home to many stars such as Elvis and John Lennon and was the setting for 'Pretty Woman'.
Venice canals
The origins of Venice California. A beautiful a relaxing hidden gem by the beach.
Third Street Promenade
Great pedestrian street with lots of shopping and dining in the heart of Santa Monica
Melrose Avenue
One of the most fashionable street in Los Angeles.
World famous beach. Paradise for surfers and to spot celebrities walking the beach
Sprinkles Cupcakes
Sprinkles cupcakes have become a worldwide phenomenon, but their flagship is in Beverly Hills. Don't fancy the queue? Grab your cupcake from an ATM.
Beverly Hills
Stroll around Beverly Hills, and imagine yourself living amongst those who write America's most famous zip code, 90210, on each letter they pen!
The Golden Triangle
The focal point of Beverly Hills, the Golden Triangle is the place to get your iconic shot in 90210.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Beautiful architecture in downtown Los Angeles.
Union Station, Downtown LA
Built in 1939 - before cars and planes became the travel MO of Americans - Union Station in downtown was built to consolidate the stations of three different major rail lines.
Olvera Street
The street was created in the 1930's to preserve Mexico's heritage in the city, and it continue to serve this purpose nearly a century later.
Cathedral of our Lady of the Angels
Built in under three years from 1999-2002, this modern Cathedral has virtually no right angles and is one of the city's architectural masterpieces.
Upper Swan Stairs
One of the most famous murals in Silver Lake is the "LA je t'aime" mural. Enjoy not just this picture-worthy spot, but the views of DTLA at the top
Silver Lake Recreation Center
At the heart of this neighborhood, the recreation center sits on the southern side of the Silver Lake Reservoir.
Lower Swan Stairs
The first part of the three sets of Swan Stairs, all three were painted by Evelyn Leigh, who was commissioned in 2015 by the city.
Middle Swan Stairs
The second installment of the Swan Stairs, the middle set utilizes triangles and bright colors to entertain climbers.
Lower Micheltorena Stairway
Though these stairs are due for renovation, they represent the old and new melding together, as is characteristic of the neighborhood.
Descanso Stairway
The crumbling stairs are a main access path for people in the neighborhood and provide beautiful views of the Silver Lake Reservoir.
Menotti's Coffee Stop
Capturing what travellers consider quintessential vibes of old and new Venice, it's a must-stop for anyone needing a buzzy pick-me-up.
Venice Beach Boardwalk
The promenade is at the heart of the beach for all travellers - with restaurants, hundreds of shops - both pop-up and permanent, and locals who encapsulate the clashing nature of Venice Beach.
Venice Skatepark
Venice Beach is known not just for its muscly people and surfers, but also its' skaters who flock to the skatepark at all hours of the day to show off and try new tricks.
Salt & Straw
An ice cream company that's so much more than scooping delicious flavors - it's part of the movement of stakeholder driven, sustainable businesses and fits in at home in Venice.
Wonder View Trail
Don't let its many signs deter you, the road to Wonder View trail is popular and heavily trafficked. You're in the right spot!
Burbank Peak
The first of three peaks along the trail, this spot allows you to see over the hills down into Burbank.
The Wisdom Tree
Part of an incomplete real estate development, the Wisdom Tree sits atop Burbank Peak.
Cahuenga Peak
The second of the three peaks on the trail, Cahuenga Peak is the highest point in Griffith Park, at 1820 feet above sea level.
Mount Lee
Mount Lee is the hillside on which the famous 'Hollywood' sign sits. From here, you're atop LA and the sign itself.
Joe Klass Water Stop
Thirsty along your hike? Don't worry - this pitstop is here to keep hikers from getting dehydrated on the hills.
Merry Go Round Lot One
Pop down a short trail to see a merry-go-round built in 1926 in Mission Beach, San Diego. It was brought here by the Davis family in 1937.
Fern Canyon Trail
One of the most popular hiking spots in LA, the Fern Canyon Trail is the perfect place to go for stunning views of the city.
Hogback Trail
Your trail continues on Hogback Trail, which takes you deeper into the Hollywood hills of Griffith Park.
Dante's View
Along Hogback Trail, Dante's Viewpoint is a mountainside garden created by a Brazilian journalist and gardener in the 1920's.
Mt Hollywood
The highest point on the hike and the second highest point in Griffith Park, Mt Hollywood is the perfect spot to snag the iconic picture of the Hollywood sign on Mt Lee.
Tasting at 2 Temecula Wineries
Enjoy visiting two of the valley's great wineries, where you'll taste some of the valleys wonderful whites and reds - including viognier, pinot gris, and syrah.
Temecula Valley
In the past two decades, Temecula has become a premium destination for people in San Diego, Orange County, and Los Angeles to enjoy day trips for wine tasting.
Process of Wine Making
Throughout your tour, your guide will explain the wine-making process from planting through distribution, and the ways in which it differs around the world.
Santee Alley
Known as the “bargain hunter’s paradise”, Santee Alley offers a unique LA shopping experience and is the heart of the Fashion District.
The Original LA Flower Market
The original LA flower market is an expansive indoor flower market founded in 1921 with 50 vendors displaying a vast array of different flowers from all over the world.
Known for serving the best Sonora-style tacos in downtown LA with delicious carne asada cooked over mesquite wood fire, enjoy the best of lunch in the neighborhood.
Grand Park & Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain
This beautiful 12-acre urban park first established in 1966 and renamed in honor of Arthur J. Will, the Chief Administrative Officer for the County of LA.
Grand Central Market
Created in 1917, Grand Central Market is an LA institution filled with extensive culinary options.
Los Angeles City Hall
The seat of government for the city and an architectural reference of art deco design.
Pershing Square
A small square in the heart of downtown LA's historic district.
James Oviatt Building
Is an Art Deco building in Downtown Los Angeles.
Biltmore hotel
A luxury hotel in Downtown Los Angeles with an Art Deco style.
PacMutual Building
Three interconnected buildings built between 1908 and 1926 represents an impressive example of a beaux-arts style.
Eastern Columbia Building
A thirteen-level Art Deco building designed by Claud Beelman.
TCL Chinese Theatre
Formerly known as Grauman's Chinese Theatre, inside you will see the iconic footprints of movie legends.
The Greek Theater
The famous stage is modelled on the style of a Greek Temple and the venue can hold almost 6000 people.
The Getty Centre
A campus of the acclaimed Getty Museum, you can enjoy a walk in the beautiful gardens or see an exhibition.
The Playboy Mansion
The home of Playboy Magazine, Hugh Hefner and the famous Playboy Bunnies.
The Greystone Mansion
Located in Beverly Hills, this historic mansion has been the setting of many films and TV shows
Hollywood Pantages Theatre
Featuring spectacular art deco architecture, the Pantages was the last vaudeville theater designed by Priteca.
The Roosevelt Hotel
The oldest continually operating hotel in LA, the Roosevelt hotel features a glamorous Spanish Colonial revival style, often associated with Old Hollywood.
The Ambassador Hotel
Before this site was Hollywood High School, the Ambassador Hotel stood here. It's known as the place where RFK was assassinated.
Hollywood & Highland
It's one of the city's famous intersections - recognizable as being the center of Hollywood, and the place to go if you're looking to get to the theaters.
Griffith Park Helipad
From this flat lot, enjoy stunning views used of Griffith Observatory and downtown. You may recognize the spot as one used in numerous car commercials and films.
Pattern Bar
Offering a fashionable atmosphere and drinks named after famous designers and sewing machines, Pattern Bar is one of DTLA's hottest cocktail bars.
Angels Flight Railway
This is the world's smallest railway, originally opened in 1901. This narrow-gauge funicular offers a short and fun ride between Grand Avenue and Hill Street.
Little Tokyo
Little Tokyo is a bustling community filled with restaurants, shops, and cultural institutions including the Japanese American National Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art. It's also home to several historic landmarks, such as the Nishi Hongwanji Buddhist Temple and the Union Center for the Arts.


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