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Walk along Sunset Boulevard that runs from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean, through some of Los Angeles’ most exclusive neighborhoods. The Sunset Strip is a major thoroughfare used to get from Hollywood to West Hollywood and beyond. The boulevard itself runs for many miles both east and west. The Eagles’ biggest-selling album, “Hotel California,” featured a photo of a Sunset Boulevard hotel on its cover, the “Pink Palace” itself – the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Take a stroll on the Boardwalk and you’ll see various street performers juggling, dancing, singing or haggling. Step away to the beach for some peace and quiet. You may even spot a few dolphins swimming or even seals very close to the shore. Don’t forget to visit the rest of the eclectic and artsy neighborhoods like Abbot Kinney Blvd, Washington Blvd, Lincoln Blvd and Rose Ave. for boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, bars, and cafes.
Renowned for its gardens, architecture, artwork and impressive location on a hill overlooking LA, the Getty Center is a must-do attraction for anyone who visits the city. This inspiring museum features outdoor sculptures, gorgeous gardens and an incredible collection of art. Enjoy Impressionist masterpieces, European decorative arts and American photography.
4.Universal Studios Hollywood
Universal Studios Hollywood offers a movie-themed amusement park and thrilling rides, shopping and entertainment. It is a perfect family adventure that takes you behind the scenes of some of the most famous Hollywood movies and tv shows and experience heart-pounding rides and amazing shows that put you inside some of the world’s biggest movies. Join the Minions on the all new ride Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, Prepare for the greatest battle you’ll ever ride on Transformers™: The Ride-3D,
5.Hollywood Walk of Fame
Walk down the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame and see over 2,400 brass stars that illuminate the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in the heart of Hollywood. A Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument and an internationally loved icon, the Hollywood Walk of Fame honors the elite artists of motion pictures, TV, radio, recording and live theater/live performance
Located just 42 km (26 miles) across the Pacific from Los Angeles, Santa Catalina Island, also known as Los Angeles’ leisure isle, is an easy-to-reach paradise that offers something for everyone. You’ll be amazed at the beauty of the island and the friendliness of the people. The island features fabulous land and water activities including the zip line adventure, SeaTrek undersea adventure,
he first of Walt Disney’s ventures, Disneyland Park is 85 acres of everything you love about Disney – from the whimsical characters that dominate the rides and roam the walkways to the sophisticated “animatronics” that wow visitors, no matter how many times they’ve been here. Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean and rocket through the stars.
Sprawling historic market features tons of variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, many different types of cuisine and restaurants, handmade goods from all different kinds of cultures, a range of trendy shops, gourmet grocery purveyors and more. There is live music on occasion
9.Six Flags Magic Mountain
Six Flags Magic Mountain is a 262-acre theme park located a 45-minute drive northwest of downtown Los Angeles and it is by far the greatest theme park in America. Hardcore rollercoaster fanatics and thrill seekers alike must come here and dare to defy gravity by riding the world’s tallest and fastest looping roller coaster, the worlds first 100mph roller coaster
Griffith Park is one of the largest urban parks in North America, covers 4,310 acres of land with California oak trees, wild sage and manzanita. Over the years recreational attractions have been developed throughout the Park, however, an amazingly large portion of the Park