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Los Angeles – The City of Angels

Lоѕ Angеlеѕ iѕ thе second lаrgеѕt сitу in thе United States. It is an ideal vacation choice for tourists who wаnt tо visit vаriоuѕ places in one сitу. Aside frоm the glаmоrоuѕ сеlеbritiеѕ аnd рараrаzzi еvеrуwhеrе, Lоѕ Angeles has mоrе to offer thаn whаt уоu see оn thе ѕilvеr ѕсrееn. The сitу'ѕ temperate сlimаtе mаkеѕ it a perfect destination fоr a lоt of outdoor activities. L.A. can рrоvidе уоu a wоndеrful vасаtiоn еxреriеnсе during уоur stay.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Lоѕ Angеlеѕ

Supporting a рорulаtiоn оf around 3.83 million, thе сitу is оnе of thе most densely рорulаtеd areas in thе whоlе оf thе US. In fасt, thе city iѕ thе 14th lаrgеѕt urbаn аrеа in the wоrld. Tоdау it's knоwn аѕ thе Citу of Angеlѕ аnd is аn inсоniс wоrld business centre for business, intеrnаtiоnаl trade, entertainment, mеdiа and culture, amongst other thingѕ. A thriving есоnоmу аnd moderate climate mаkеѕ it a hоtbеd for tоuriѕtѕ

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Los Angеlеѕ:

  1. Hоllуwооd Wаlk оf Fаmе

    Drаwing millions оf tourists еасh year, thiѕ wаlk соvеrѕ several streets and is a tеѕtаmеnt tо the асhiеvеmеntѕ оf thоѕе in the еntеrtаinmеnt induѕtrу. More thаn 2,500 brass ѕtаrѕ linе thе раvеmеntѕ that ѕраn аlmоѕt 2 milеѕ lоng. Nаmеѕ аrе аn есlесtiс mix оf асtоrѕ, fiсtiоnаl сhаrасtеrѕ, muѕiс icons, dirесtоrѕ аnd рrоduсеrѕ.

  2. Quееn Mаrу

    Thiѕ famous award-winning ѕhiр ѕаilеd thе Atlаntiс Ocean from 1936 tо 1967, аѕ раrt of the Cunаrd linе. It iѕ now mооrеd in Long Bеасh, Cаlifоrniа. The mесhаniсѕ оf thе ship hаvе bееn rеmоvеd, but it remains a popular tоuriѕt аttrасtiоn with shops, rеѕtаurаntѕ аnd muѕеumѕ to еxрlоrе.

  3. Vеniсе Beach

    Thiѕ is much mоrе thаn juѕt a bеасh; ѕtrоll аrоund thе bоаrdwаlk аѕ уоu tаkе in thе mаnу street performers and ѕhор till you drop; if ѕkаtеbоаrding iѕ your thing, trу thе massive ѕkаtеbоаrd соmрlеtе with bowls, ѕtерѕ, rаilѕ and рlаtfоrmѕ; if уоu likе tо build up your muѕсlеѕ, trу the outdoor muѕсlе bеасh gym, whеrе Arnold Sсhwаrzеnеggеr аnd Lоu Fеrrignо once wоrkеd оut.

  4. Universal Studiоѕ

    Dоn't miѕѕ gоing tо Universal Studios whеn уоu'rе in Lоѕ Angeles. It is a famous theme раrk fеаturing уоur favorite tеlеviѕiоn shows аnd mоviеѕ. Univеrѕаl Studiоѕ iѕ a рорulаr dеѕtinаtiоn because оf itѕ grеаt аttrасtiоnѕ аnd entertaining livе ѕhоwѕ. You саn аlѕо see in this place thе replica оf fаmоuѕ Jаwѕ adventure ride, King Kоng аdvеnturе аnd Psycho hоuѕе.

  5. Grаumаn'ѕ Chinеѕе Thеаtrе

    Located оn Hollywood Bоulеvаrd, this hiѕtоriс thеаtrе dаtеѕ bасk tо 1927. Sinсе thеn, it hаѕ bееn the hоmе of many рrеmiеrеѕ, асаdеmу awards сеrеmоniеѕ and even birthday раrtiеѕ. Pаrt of whаt mаkеѕ thiѕ ѕо аrсhitесturаllу interesting iѕ thе fact thаt it bеаrѕ thе footprints and hаndрrintѕ оf some оf thе most popular mоtiоn рiсturе реrѕоnаlitiеѕ.

  6. Warner Brothers Studio

    Rеѕеrvе a tоur аt Warner Brоthеrѕ Studiо in Los Angеlеѕ. It will be one-of-a-kind еxреriеnсе ѕinсе Warner Brothers Studiо iѕ not a thеmе раrk, but аn асtuаl film рrоduсtiоn аrеа. Trying оut thiѕ tour will оffеr you thе chance to рееk аt some оf Hоllуwооd mоviеѕ bеhind the ѕсеnе production. The tour normally lаѕtѕ uр tо two hours.

  7. Muѕеum оf Jurаѕѕiс Tесhnоlоgу

    The muѕеum'ѕ collection includes a mixturе оf artistic, scientific, еthnоgrарhiс, аnd historic, аѕ wеll as ѕоmе unеxрlаinеd еxhibitѕ, it iѕ аn аbоdе оf intriguing соmbinаtiоn оf fасt and fiсtiоnаl wоrkѕ. It is сеrtаinlу a worthwhile рlасе tо hаvе fun with your fаmilу when уоu аrе оn a vасаtiоn.

Accommodations in Los Angeles

Vасаtiоnеrѕ hаvе the орtiоn to stay in a rеlаtivе'ѕ оr friеnd'ѕ hоuѕе or thеу mау аlѕо сhооѕе to ѕtау in hotels, innѕ, guеѕthоuѕеѕ, аnd араrtmеntѕ thаt аrе generously scattered frоm different аrеаѕ in Lоѕ Angeles. There are рlеntу оf сhоiсеѕ fоr hotel ассоmmоdаtiоnѕ in the аrеа thаt саn suit thе diffеrеnt nееdѕ оf vacationers, whether they're in fоr a vасаtiоn or fоr a buѕinеѕѕ triр оr whether thеу'rе trаvеling аlоnе or with some fаmilу.


Whilе any timе оf year iѕ a great timе tо visit Lоѕ Angeles, ѕummеr gеtѕ juѕt a bit оf аn еdgе, especially еаrlу ѕummеr when the weather is ѕtill cool into thе afternoon. During ѕummеr, iсоniс аttrасtiоnѕ ѕuсh as thе Hоllуwооd Bowl аrе ореn, thеmе раrkѕ keep lаtеr hours, and thе city hаѕ a relaxed vibе as even the lосаlѕ take timе to аррrесiаtе all it hаѕ tо offer.


Universal Studios Hollywood

100 Universal City Plaza, 91608, Universal City
A must for every movie fan who visits Hollywood. It is both an active movie studio complex and a theme park with tourist attractions. It is also one of the most visited places in Los Angeles. The park was founded in 1964 and has enjoyed great popularity ever since. It is divided into two sections - the upper lot and the lower lot, with most attractions in the upper Lot. One of the most popular attractions is the wizarding world of Harry Potter. It's also one of the liveliest places in the studios, so if you want to see it, you might want to go there sooner rather than later. Among other popular attractions are: The Simpsons Ride, Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, Shrek 4-D or the new Walking Dead attraction. You can also meet your favorite characters walking around in the park (eg the Simpsons or the Minions) and take a selfie with them. You can also take a tour of the studios and see all the imposing locations. Check the official website for the names of the actors filmed in the studios. Due to the immense popularity of the place, the Universal Studios Hollywood are quite often crowded. However, you can buy your tickets in advance and avoid long queues (or even go in early, before other visitors are admitted).
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Griffith Observatory

2800 East Observatory Road, Los Angeles, CA 9002, USA
The sensational view from the hill is only the beginning. The observatory itself is the real pleasure and a must in LA. It is named after Griffith J. Griffith, a Welsh-American industrialist and philanthropist who donated the land to the city of Los Angeles. The observatory offers a variety of space- and science-related exhibitions. Its main feature is definitely the Foucault pendulum, a device that proves the Earth's rotation from 1851. You can also watch one of the shows at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium or look through one of the public telescopes that are available when the sky is clear. The Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon Theater opened here in 2002 after restoration. It is a cinema with 190 seats and seating, which is based on the principle of "first come, first served". It generally opens 10-15 minutes before a program starts. You can see the Hollywood sign from here and the park offers trails that offer great photo opportunities. No wonder that the place is a popular location and has appeared in a number of films and television shows, as in 1955 in the popular movie "Rebel Without a Cause" with James Dean or the latest hit "La La Land".
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Paramount Studios

5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038, USA
Paramount Studios is the Los Angeles base of the world's fifth oldest film studio, Paramount Pictures Corporation. If you venture into the premises, you can see a place where films like Titanic, Transformers, Iron Man, Star Trek or Indiana Jones were filmed. You'll also gain insider knowledge of the filmmaking background, as Paramount studios are still studios, not a theme park. You can even see a movie star here. Paramount Pictures was founded in 1912 by Adolph Zukor and until 1926 the studios were built in the same place they are still standing today. The studios are open to visitors, but only as part of a tour. It is also not possible to explore all areas within the studios. If you decide to enter the studios, you will first receive a customized badge with your name in the waiting room. During the visit, you can expect to walk among the people who work for the studios, see the actual locations and watch out for them, and try out many props and costumes.
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Hollywood Boulevard

One of the most iconic streets in the world, connecting a variety of attractions and places of interest. There are numerous boutiques, smoke and clothing stores such as Victoria's Secret, Sephora, Urban Outfitters and Playmates of Hollywood. In addition, you can visit numerous souvenir shops and various restaurants. It was initially Prospect Avenue until 1910, but after the annexation of Los Angeles it was changed to its current name. One of the reasons the Boulevard thrives so much is Charles E. Toberman (the "Father of Hollywood"), who saw it as a future theater district. He himself has opened 3 thematic theaters near this area. The road is never empty, there you find crowds day and night; It really is one of the liveliest places in Hollywood. Keep in mind that the road is quite long, wear comfortable shoes and you should also carry some cash, as most food stalls and bistros do not accept cards.
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The Hollywood Museum

1660 Highland Avenue, Los Angeles
This museum of Hollywood memorabilia is a must for all fans of the canvas. In the imposing Max Factor building, you can admire more than 10,000 different things related to filming the famous Hollywood blockbusters (scripts, costumes, posters, photographs, movie cars, etc.). Some of the exhibits are e.g. Marilyn Monroe's dress, wands used for Harry Potter movies or Star Trek costumes. The building itself is worth a closer look. It was built in Art Deco style and opened in 1935. Originally, it was a place dedicated to the make-up and beautification women who came here to make their makeup professional.
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It is a great place for those interested in Asian (and especially Chinese) culture, tradition and cuisine. Be sure to consider visiting any cultural-oriented event (such as the Chinese New Year celebrations). Keep in mind, however, that many stores here sell various cheap, cheesy and substandard souvenirs. However, it is a great place to enjoy a delicious meal at a good price or to buy food and ingredients for Chinese dishes. If you are in the vicinity, visit the bronze statue of Bruce Lee.
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The J. Paul Getty Museum

1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA
The Getty Center, in Los Angeles, California, is a campus of the Getty Museum and other programs of the Getty Trust. The $1.3 billion Center opened to the public on December 16, 1997 and is well known for its architecture, gardens, and views overlooking Los Angeles. The Center sits atop a hill connected to a visitors' parking garage at the bottom of the hill by a three-car, cable-pulled hovertrain funicular. Located in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, the Center is one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum and draws 1.8 million visitors annually. The Center branch of the Museum features pre-20th-century European paintings, drawings, illuminated manuscripts, sculpture, and decorative arts; and photographs from the 1830s through present day from all over the world.
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Hollywood Wax Museum

6767 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
Visiting this museum is your chance to get close to the stars. Lots of fun for the whole family awaits you here so don't hesitate to bring your kids with you. Do not miss the scare chamber where your nightmares will come alive. And don't forget to take a selfie with your favorite celebrity.
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Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo, also known as Little Tokyo Historic District, is an ethnically Japanese American district in downtown Los Angeles and the heart of the largest Japanese-American population in North America. It is the largest and most populous of only three official Japantowns in the United States, all of which are in California. Founded around the beginning of the 20th century, the area, sometimes called Lil' Tokyo, J-Town, 小東京, is the cultural center for Japanese Americans in Southern California. It was declared a National Historic Landmark District in 1995.
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Venice Beach

The most visited beach in Los Angeles. It's a great place not only for sunbathing and swimming in the ocean, but also for a stroll along the "Ocean Front Walk" boardwalk, playing tennis, basketball or handball or visit some of the promenade's bars and restaurants. For sports or sunbathing, head to Muscle Beach, part of Venice Beach, which serves as an open-air gym. The beach is very popular, so it can be very crowded, especially when the weather is really nice.
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Muscle Beach

1800 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA 90291, USA
Muscle Beach refers to the exclusive Santa Monica location of the birthplace of the physical fitness boom in the United States during the 20th century, started in 1934 with predominantly gymnastics activities on the south side of the Santa Monica Pier. Muscle Beach Venice is the contemporary title of the outdoor weightlifting platform constructed in Venice, California, a distinct neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles, 18 years after Muscle Beach was established. Muscle Beach Venice was officially titled in 1987 by the City of Los Angeles with the distinguishing name "Venice" added to the location to honor the original Santa Monica site. The contemporary Muscle Beach Venice is located two blocks north of Venice Boulevard on Ocean Front Walk in Venice, California.
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Staples Center

1111 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA
An exciting sports venue - perfect for basketball, hockey and many more. Perfect for sport fans and their families.
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Runyon Canyon

2000 N. Fuller Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90046, United States
Runyon Canyon Park is a 160-acre park in Los Angeles, California, at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, managed by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks. The southern entrance to the park is located at the north end of Fuller Avenue in Hollywood. The northern entrance is off the 7300 block of Mulholland Drive. The Runyon Canyon Road, a fire road that is closed to public motor vehicle access, runs roughly through the center of the park between the northern and southern entrances along Runyon Canyon itself, and there are numerous smaller hiking trails throughout the park. The highest point in the park at an elevation of 1,320 ft is known as Indian Rock. Because of its proximity to residential areas of Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills, celebrity sightings are common. The park is also noted for having a fairly liberal dog policy, with dogs allowed off-leash in 90 of the park's 160 acres.
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Dodger Stadium

1000 Elysian Park Avenue, 90012, Los Angeles
One of the largest baseball parks offers the chance to see the Dodgers play - or any other team, for that matter. Also used for various events.
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MacArthur Park

W. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA 90057, USA
Spend an active afternoon at this popular park with many sports' facilities. When the weather is nice, it is one of the nicest places to go in L.A. to enjoy some nature. It is named after General Douglas MacArthur. However, due to safety reasons, it is not recommended to walk about at nights.
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Pershing Square

532 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90013, United States
With an ice-skating rink, a stage and a walkway in it, this park is a great place to enjoy yourself! It is a nice oasis of nature in the middle of a busy city. It is surrounded by cafés (e.g. Starbucks) and places to eat and you can also admire the L.A. skyline from here.
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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

3939 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90037, USA
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is an American outdoor sports stadium located in the Exposition Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, United States. The stadium serves as the home to the University of Southern California Trojans football team of the Pac-12 Conference. It is also the temporary home of the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League.
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Dockweiler State Beach

12000 Vista del Mar, Playa del Rey, CA 90293, USA
Dockweiler State Beach is a beach in Los Angeles, California, with 3.75 miles of shoreline and a hang gliding practice and training area. Although a unit of the California state park system, it is managed by the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors. Part of the park is located directly under the flight path of the adjacent Los Angeles International Airport. The 91-acre property was established in 1948. Originally part of Venice-Hyperion Beach State Park, it was renamed in honor of prominent early Angeleno Isidore B. Dockweiler in 1955.
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Hollywood & Highland

6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, USA
A large entertainment complex with shops, restaurants and much more. You can also see the Hollywood Sign or the Walk of Fame here. There is also the Dolby Theater, home of the Academy Awards. The shops in the center include major brands like Victoria's Secret or Louis Vuitton. There is also a nightclub, a cinema and other attractions, such as a piano staircase. You can park your car in the underground garage right in the center for $ 2. You'll need to bring your ticket to staff in one of the stores or in the cinema to validate it. Make sure that the center is very busy and you may find it difficult to find a parking space during rush hour (afternoon or weekend). There are also many aspiring artists and imitators around the center. Be careful because they might try to pull your hand or get you to give them money.
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Farmers Market

6333 West 3rd Street, 90036, Los Angeles
The Farmers Market is an area with food stalls, seating, food prepared and producer markets in Los Angeles, California. First opened in July 1934, it is also a historic landmark of Los Angeles and a major tourist attraction. Farmers Market has more than 100 suppliers, including ready-to-eat groceries, grocery stores and tourist shops, south of CBS Television City. Unlike most farmers' markets, which are held only at intervals, Los Angeles Farmers Market is a permanent installation open seven days a week. The vendors serve many types of food, both American cuisine from local farmers and local ethnic food from the many immigrant communities of Los Angeles, with many Latin American and Asian cuisines.
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The Grove

189 The Grove Drive, 90036, Los Angeles
Very popular shopping mall in Los Angeles. Watch the latest movies in the cinema, enjoy shopping or have dinner. Here you will find many unusual shops (eg Mac Cosmetics, Nike or Michael Kors) as well as many different places where you can get a snack (eg sweets, cupcakes, donuts or pretzels).
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Universal Citywalk Hollywood

100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608, USA
A large entertainment center right in front of the famous studios. Here you will find various theme restaurants, cafes, multiplex, a sky diving arena and much more. However, the studios are very popular, so the area is often crowded with tourists and prices are higher than elsewhere. Nevertheless, it is a wonderful place if you are a movie fan. Watching a movie here in a movie theater is a special experience, as is shopping for souvenirs in local shops. If you are not so easily discouraged by the masses, enjoy this place and treat yourself to something beautiful.
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In-N-Out Burger

7009 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
In-N-Out Burger is an American regional chain of fast food restaurants with locations primarily in the American Southwest and Pacific coast. It was founded in Baldwin Park, California in 1948 by Harry Snyder and Esther Snyder. The chain is currently headquartered in Irvine, California and has slowly expanded outside Southern California into the rest of California, as well as into Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Texas, and Oregon. The current owner is Lynsi Snyder, the Snyders' only grandchild. As the chain has expanded, it has opened several distribution centers in addition to its original Baldwin Park location. The new facilities, located in Lathrop, California; Phoenix, Arizona; Draper, Utah; and Dallas, Texas will provide for potential future expansion into other parts of the country.In-N-Out Burger has resisted franchising its operations or going public; one reason is the prospect of quality or customer consistency being compromised by excessively rapid business growth.
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Beverly Center

8500 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA
Beverly Center is a shopping mall in Los Angeles, California, United States. It is a monolithic eight-story structure located at the edge of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, California, between La Cienega and San Vicente boulevards. Anchor tenants include Bloomingdale's and Macy's, and a Macy's men's store. The mall's amenities include numerous restrooms, a guest service desk, valet parking, taxi services, and escalators that offer visitors views of the Hollywood Hills, Downtown Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles Westside.
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Hard Rock Cafe

6801 Hollywood Blvd #105, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
Where else to visit Hard Rock Cafe if not in Hollywood? Have a drink and some delicious meal and while refreshing yourself admire Jimi Hendrix's, Janis Joplin's and Jim Morrison's memorabilia. If you have visited Hard Rock Café elsewhere, come anyway, each one has its own atmosphere and precious exhibits to marvel upon.
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Pink's Hot Dogs

709 North La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038, USA
Many areas in the US have their iconic hot dogs - Los Angeles is no exception. Come and taste the delicious, jalapenos topped hot dogs that many Hollywood celebrities got to like. Even such stars as Michael Jackson used to come here to have his hot dog so as you see, it is highly recommended.
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Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Abbot Kinney Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90291, USA
This boulevard is the beating heart of a modern neighbourhood full of vegan and organic restaurants and also clothes shops of small designer brands, craft shops and many more places where you can go if you are not that into the mainstream sights. The street art is also worthy of attention and the overall atmosphere of the street is very nice.
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Going Out

Walt Disney Concert Hall

135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA
The majestic stainless steel building was completed in 2003. The first impetus for the construction came in 1987, when the widow of Walt Disney - Lillian Disney - donated $ 50 million for the construction of a venue to Los Angeles. It is a very popular piece of architecture, so popular that it was dedicated to an episode of the famous show The Simpsons. She plays an important role in the comedy "Get Smart" (starring Anne Hathaway). You can either visit the hall as a spectator of some of the shows shown there or you can join one of the three tours offered by the Concert Hall.
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TCL Chinese Theatre

6925 Hollywood Boulevard, 90028, Hollywood
A theater palace in an architectural style with the aim to copy traditional Chinese architecture. The interior of the theater is no less beautiful than the exterior. Also known as the TCL Chinese Theater, this venue has seen many famous movie premieres and three Oscars since its construction in 1926. You can also see the hand and footprints of popular Hollywood residents here. When you're done, watch a movie in the reconstructed hall of the theater, which can seat up to 932 people, making it one of today's biggest movie theaters. Unfortunately, the theater is usually very busy, to the point where it can be difficult for you to photograph footprints and handprints.
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Hollywood Forever Cemetery and Funeral Home

6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038, USA
The final resting place of many Hollywood stars and celebrities. Famous people like George Harrison, Jean Howard, Pauline Hemingway, Dee Dee Ramone and Johny Ramone and many more have their graves here. Although a cemetery is known as a quiet place, this is known for its frequent concerts, performances and film screenings. Although it may seem morbid to some, it might also be a brilliant idea, considering that most of the stars are there. The cemetery is well maintained and peaceful. Feel free to worship the great works of some tombstones. You can reach us by bus 4, stations Santa Monica / Gower or Santa Monica / Bronson.
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Dolby Theatre

6801 Hollywood Boulevard, 90028, Los Angeles, US
Once known as the Kodak Theater, the building opened in 2001 and quickly became one of the most sought after theaters in the world. Here are several well-known celebrity events, where the Oscar is the Academy Awards (the Oscars). It was designed by David Rockwell, especially for the Oscars. Other events that have taken place here include the American Idol, Miss USA, the BET Awards and various concerts by world-renowned singers such as Christina Aguilera, Adele, Andrea Bocelli, Neil Young or Beyonce. While you can take a tour of the theater, keep in mind that it is a full schedule and only available when there is no show taking place. You can come here to experience the same atmosphere that celebrities experience on the red carpet, or you can attend one of the many screenings. More information can be found on the official website. The location is right next to the metro station Hollywood / Highland (red line, number 802). Wheelchairs and special seats can be purchased at the box office.
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Broadway, 90013 CA, USA
The history of this LA's important street stretches back to 1849. Nowadays, you can find many historic buildings and theaters along Broadway (e.g. Tower Theatre, Orpheum Theatre or Million Dollar Theatre) as well as many restaurants, bars and shops. Walk down this boulevard and enjoy its busy atmosphere, it is one of the most popular ones in the city.
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Grand Central Market

315 South Broadway, 90013, Los Angeles
Grand Central Market is a foodie paradise right in the middle of Los Angeles. Come here and enjoy the diverse pool of tastes and smells. It's a great place to buy some groceries or prepared meals (there are restaurants offering various cuisines). Or you can just browse for a while and enjoy the atmosphere.
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Grammy Museum

800 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite A245, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA
This fascinating museum is devoted to music - in fact to almost every aspect of it. It is a superb museum that will entice you with its interactive exhibits. So if you're a fan of music and the interprets who won Grammy Awards, come here and learn more about them!
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Hollywood Bowl

2301 N. Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA
The Hollywood Bowl is an amphitheater in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. The Hollywood Bowl is known for its band shell, a distinctive set of concentric arches that graced the site from 1929 through 2003, before being replaced with a larger one beginning in the 2004 season. The shell is set against the backdrop of the Hollywood Hills and the famous Hollywood Sign to the northeast. The "bowl" refers to the shape of the concave hillside the amphitheater is carved into. The bowl is owned by the County of Los Angeles and is the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the host of hundreds of musical events each year.
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Jimmy Kimmel Live

6840 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
Jimmy Kimmel Live! is an American late-night talk show, created and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, and broadcast on ABC. The nightly hour-long show made its debut on January 26, 2003, as part of ABC's lead-out programming for Super Bowl XXXVII. Jimmy Kimmel Live! is produced by Jackhole Productions in association with ABC Studios. Having aired for more than twice as long as either The Dick Cavett Show or Politically Incorrect, it is the longest running late-night talk show in ABC's history at 15 years and counting as of July 10, 2018. For its first ten years, the show aired at either the midnight or 12:05 am timeslots before moving to 11:35 pm ET beginning on January 8, 2013 to more directly compete with The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Show with David Letterman while bumping the ABC nightly news program Nightline to 12:35 am ET.
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Griffith Park

Griffith Park, sometimes called "The LA Central Park", is the largest urban wilderness park in the US and one of the largest city parks in the US. There is also the iconic Hollywood sign. The park takes its name from the first owner of the land on which it stands, Griffith J. Griffith. The park had undergone several changes of its destination, at one point it became almost an ostrich farm instead of a park. During the Second World War, an internment camp for Japanese Americans and later a processing center for prisoners of war stood on the grounds of the park. Finally, in July 2010, the park has been extended for the last time by 100 acres, so it looks today as it is today. In the park, there are several attractions next to the world famous Hollywood sign. There is also the Greek Theater, Bronson Canyon or the Griffith Observatory, which is home to the recently nominated Oscar-winning film La La Land. It is forbidden for safety reasons to start an open fire in the park. It is also forbidden to drive faster than 25 km / h.
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Page Museum

5801 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA
The La Brea Tar Pits are a group of tar pits around which Hancock Park was formed in urban Los Angeles. Natural asphalt has seeped up from the ground in this area for tens of thousands of years. The tar is often covered with dust, leaves, or water. Over many centuries, the tar preserved the bones of trapped animals. The George C. Page Museum is dedicated to researching the tar pits and displaying specimens from the animals that died there. The La Brea Tar Pits are a registered National Natural Landmark.
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Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens

5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA
This vast zoo also serves as a botanical garden which makes it twice as charming. Modern and not very crowded, it is perfect for family trips. Check the official website to see the schedules of animal shows and feedings. You can also buy tickets online to avoid waiting in the queues.
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The Japanese Garden

6100 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406, USA
The Japanese Garden is a 6.5 acres public Japanese garden located on the grounds of the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant adjacent to Woodley Park, in the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area of the central San Fernando Valley. It is in the community of Lake Balboa, adjacent to the Van Nuys and Encino neighborhood.Its name in Japanese is SuihoEn meaning "garden of water and fragrance." The idea of having a Japanese Garden adjacent to a water reclamation plant was conceived by Donald C. Tillman. The garden’s purpose was to demonstrate a positive use of reclaimed water, in what is usually considered a delicate environment, a Japanese garden. The ponds and irrigation use reclaimed water from the adjacent water reclamation plant.
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Echo Park

Come sit by the beautiful lake and admire the L.A. skyline. When the weather is nice, this park is a popular spot for walking, jogging or just sitting around and talking. Bring your lunch with you and have a picnic or rent a paddleboat and go explore the lake.
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Grand Park

200 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA
Grand Park is a 12-acre park located in the civic center of Los Angeles, California. It is part of the larger Grand Avenue Project, with its first phase having opened in July 2012. Grand Park is part of a joint venture by the city of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County. It was designed and built by the Los-Angeles-based multidisciplinary design firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios.
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Palisades Recreational Park

851 Alma Real Dr Los Angeles, CA 90272 United States
Palisades Park is a 26.4-acre park in Santa Monica, California. The park is located along Ocean Avenue on top of the coastal sandstone bluffs, offering breathtaking scenic views of the Pacific Ocean and the coastal range. It extends over 1.5 miles from the Santa Monica Pier at its southern end to Adelaide Drive at its northern end. It is lined with more than 30 varieties of plants and trees, including eucalyptus, pine, palm, and fig trees. The park includes benches, picnic areas, pétanque courts, restrooms and the historic Santa Monica Camera Obscura. A bust of Arcadia Bandini is located in the park's rose garden. A nearby wood sculpture entitled Gestation III is notable because of its alignment with the setting sun on the winter solstice.
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Hollywood Bowl Overlook

7036 Mulholland Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90046, USA
If you want to see the whole of Hollywood at your feet, come visit this unique overlook. The view is astonishing by day (provided that the weather is good) and by night because the city is all lit up. When you come here be sure to take your camera with you.
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Bronson Caves

3200 Canyon Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA
Bronson Canyon, or Bronson Caves, is a section of Griffith Park in Los Angeles that has become known as a filming location for many movies and TV shows, especially westerns and science fiction, from the early days of motion pictures to the present. Its craggy and remote-looking setting, but easily accessible location, has made it a prime choice for filmmakers, particularly of low-budget films, who want to place scenes in a lonely wilderness.
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El Capitan Theatre

6838 Hollywood Boulevard, 90028, Los Angeles
El Capitan Theatre is a fully restored movie palace at 6838 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood. The theater and adjacent Hollywood Masonic Temple is operated by Buena Vista Theatres, Inc., a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Distribution, and as such, serves as the venue for a majority of the Walt Disney Studios' film premieres.
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Los Angeles Zoo

The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is a 133-acre zoo founded in 1966 and located in Los Angeles, California. The city of Los Angeles owns the entire zoo, its land and facilities, and the animals. Animal care, grounds maintenance, construction, education, public information, and administrative staff are city employees.
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Transformers: The Ride-3D

Transformers: The Ride 3D is a 3D dark ride located at Universal Studios Singapore, Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Florida. The ride, based on the Transformers film franchise, was designed by Universal Creative, Oceaneering International, and Industrial Light & Magic. Each installation is reported to have cost US$100 million. Universal Studios Singapore was the first to open the ride. The dark ride consists of motion platform-mounted vehicles which follow a 2,000-foot-long track. Throughout the ride, screens up to 60 feet high project 3D images of various Transformers characters as the Autobots attempt to protect the AllSpark from the Decepticons.
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Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey

Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey is a motion-based dark ride located in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter themed areas of Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida, Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City, California, and Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, Japan. The ride takes guests through scenes and environments in and around Hogwarts Castle from the Harry Potter series of books and films. Mark Woodbury, president of Universal Creative, described the ride as an in-depth look at the world of Harry Potter, which utilizes never-before-seen technology which transforms "the theme park experience as you know it". The ride first opened at Islands of Adventure with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter on June 18, 2010, at Universal Studios Japan on July 15, 2014, and at Universal Studios Hollywood on April 7, 2016.
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The Simpsons Ride

The Simpsons Ride is a simulator ride featured at the Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood theme parks. The ride is based on the animated television series The Simpsons. It was first announced in 2007 and replaced Back to the Future: The Ride at both locations. The ride at Universal Studios Florida soft opened on April 23, 2008, and the official ceremonies took place on May 15. The ride at Universal Studios Hollywood opened on May 19, 2008. The Simpsons Ride was collaborated on by the producers of The Simpsons, and uses CGI animation, which was provided by Blur Studio and Reel FX. 2D animation was provided by Film Roman, with the exception of AKOM and Rough Draft Studios in South Korea and California. The ride uses state of the art technology, including new projection and hydraulics systems produced for the attraction.
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Jurassic Park - The Ride

Jurassic Park: The Ride is a water-based amusement ride based on the Steven Spielberg film Jurassic Park and Michael Crichton's novel of the same name which the film is based on located at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles, California; Universal Orlando's Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida; and Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, Japan. The ride was researched and built as the film was still in its production phase and opened at Universal Studios Hollywood on June 21, 1996. Duplicates of the ride have since been built at Universal's Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Japan under Jurassic Park River Adventure. A river rapids ride version of the attraction opened at Universal Studios Singapore in 2010.
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Revenge of the Mummy - The Ride

Revenge of the Mummy, officially named Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride, is an enclosed roller coaster based on the Mummy film franchise, located at Universal Studios Florida, Universal Studios Hollywood, and Universal Studios Singapore, using linear induction motors to launch riders from a complete standstill to a top speed of between 40 and 45 mph in a matter of seconds. All Revenge of the Mummy roller coasters have a minimum passenger height requirement of 48 inches. Two versions of the attraction have the same track layout but different storylines, however the attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood has an original layout and storyline. All three attractions are manufactured by Premier Rides, feature track switches by Dynamic Structures, and are themed by Universal Creative and ITEC Entertainment Corporation. Some of the alternate features of the Singapore version were designed by Adirondack Studios.
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Jurassic Park

Step right into the iconic movie and enjoy the themed attractions! And if the dinosaurs make you nervous, remember that they can see you if you won't move.
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Venice Canal Historic District

90292, Venice
The beautiful Venetian area of ​​Los Angeles used to be much larger. The original canals, designed by Abbott Kinney in 1905, were soon regarded as obstacles to the growing road network and not as a beautiful part of the landscape. The canals that did not immediately become streets were neglected and decayed for many years. In the 1990s, the remaining canals were extensively renovated and the entire area became a popular residential area. It is a great place for jogging, kayaking or just walking along the sidewalks. The neighborhood is a safe and very beautiful, where you can really enjoy the sight of the water and the beautiful bridges and houses that surround it.
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Venice Beach Boardwalk

Ocean Front Walk, Los Angeles, CA 90291, United States
This is the place for the poor and the rich, the fit and the extraordinary, the artists and the observers. It has gained its popularity thanks to countless films that showed its atmosphere and charm. Whether you go skateboarding, cycling, walking or tanning, you will experience an unusual experience. The Boardwalk is the most popular area here and everyone can join for free. It's a parade of street musicians, mimes, fortune tellers, quirky talent show-offs, and includes every eccentric way of entertaining people imaginable. In addition to the observational entertainment there are also numerous souvenir stalls, where you can buy everything from pictures and postcards to rocks and sculptures, arts and crafts and the goods that blooms on the beach promenade with T - shirts. There are also several medical marijuana clinics and tattoo shops. It is not recommended to visit a public toilet, as they are rather unhygienic and smell bad. There are several ways to get around using public transport, but the most important is the number 1 bus with numerous stops near the beach.
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Watts Towers Arts Center

1727-1765 East 107th Street, Los Angeles, California CA 90002, USA
The Watts Towers, Towers of Simon Rodia, or Nuestro Pueblo are a collection of 17 interconnected sculptural towers, architectural structures, and individual sculptural features and mosaics within the site of the artist's original residential property in Watts, Los Angeles. The entire site of towers, structures, sculptures, pavement and walls were designed and built solely by Sabato Rodia, an Italian immigrant construction worker and tile mason, over a period of 33 years from 1921 to 1954. The tallest of the towers is 99.5 feet.
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Exposition Park

700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037, USA
Exposition Park is situated in the south region of Los Angeles, California. in a rectangle bounded by Exposition Boulevard to the north, South Figueroa Street to the east, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to the south and Menlo Avenue to the west. It is directly south of the main campus of the University of Southern California.The park is public open space, managed by the California Natural Resources Agency.
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Will Rogers State Beach

Will Rogers State Beach is a beach park on the Santa Monica Bay, at the Pacific coast of Southern California. Located in Pacific Palisades, the beach is owned by the California Department of Parks and Recreation; however, it is managed and maintained by the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors. A section just south of the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Entrada Drive is popular within the LGBT community and is therefore considered Los Angeles' unofficial gay beach; this section is often referred to as Ginger Rogers Beach.
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Highland Park

Highland Park is a historic neighborhood in Northeast Los Angeles. It was one of the first subdivisions of Los Angeles, and is currently inhabited by a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic groups.
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El Pueblo Los Angeles Plaza Historic Park

This park and the surrounding area used to be the heart and core of Los Angeles. In this area, the city was set up. Come visit it and see the unique and lovely architecture.
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Topanga State Park

20829 Entrada Rd., Malibu, California, 90290, United States
Topanga State Park is a California state park located in the Santa Monica Mountains, within Los Angeles County, California. It is part of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The park is located adjacent to the community of Topanga, within the City of Los Angeles. Covering 11,000 acres, with thirty-six miles of trails and unimproved roads, the park’s boundaries stretch from Topanga Canyon to Pacific Palisades and Mullholland Drive. There are more than 60 trail entrances. Topanga State Park is not only the largest park in the Santa Monica Mountains, but it's also considered to be the largest park located in the limits of a city.
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Barnsdall Art Park

Barnsdall Art Park is a city park located in the East Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California. Parking and arts buildings access is from Hollywood Boulevard on the park's north side. The park is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and a facility of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Aline Barnsdall donated Barnsdall Park to the City of Los Angeles for arts and recreational purposes, including the preservation of the historic architecture and landscape features. Located at the crest of Olive Hill, Barnsdall Art Park overlooks the city of Los Angeles, and the Hollywood Hills, including Griffith Park. The park is centered on the Barnsdall's Hollyhock House designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, a National Historic Landmark, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and on the National Register of Historic Places in Los Angeles.
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Olvera Street

Los Angeles 90012, USA
If you turn into Olvera Street, you may think that you have returned to the past. Called "the birthplace of Los Angeles", this historic market gives visitors a taste of what it was like when Los Angeles was still a young city and the state of California was still young. Olvera Street was founded in 1781 in the same year as Los Angeles itself. It took until 1930, however, until it was restored to its present state. Nowadays, it is a place of celebration and preservation of the early Mexican and Aztec culture. Visitors can stroll freely through colorful stalls and historic houses, artfully rummaging through handmade leather or clay objects, and talking to traditionally disguised traders, some of whom trace their origins back to the past. The first vendors in this market in 1930 also restaurants that sell taquitos and tacos, musicians who play traditional songs and folkloric dancers. Olvera Street hosts and participates in many events and festivals throughout the year. If you'd like to include one of them in your visit, check the official website's "Dates" section.
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Melrose Avenue

Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90048, USA
Melrose Avenue is a shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Los Angeles that starts at Santa Monica Boulevard, at the border between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. It ends at Lucille Avenue in Silver Lake. Melrose runs north of Beverly Boulevard and south of Santa Monica Boulevard. Its most famous section, known as the Melrose District, is the West End through West Hollywood and Hollywood. At the corner of Fairfax and Melrose is Fairfax High School, which marks the start of the Fairfax District.
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The Last Bookstore

453 S Spring Street, Ground Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90013, USA
There are many bookstores in Los Angeles but this one is definitely something else. You can find here many beautiful books to chose from and they are all arranged into various lovely patterns. There is even an imposing book labyrinth upstairs made entirely of books. Even if you are not that much into reading, you should consider stopping by just for the atmosphere.
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Fashion District

110 E 9th St Suite A1175, Los Angeles 90079, United States
The Los Angeles Fashion District is a design, warehouse, and distribution nexus of the clothing, accessories and fabric industry in Downtown Los Angeles. The Fashion District spans 90 blocks and is the hub of the apparel industry on the West Coast of the United States.Thousands of fast-fashion wholesale vendors line the streets of the Los Angeles Fashion District. Fast-fashion vendors stock the most recent fashion trends straight
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Hollywood Farmers Market

1600 Ivar Avenue, 90028, Hollywood
One of the first farmers' markets in the region established in the early 1990s. It's a great place to visit if you want to get some fresh and local groceries from local farmers. You can also find various artisan products here. Or just stop by and browse, something might catch your eye.
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Amoeba Music

6400 Sunset Boulevard, 90028, Los Angeles
Amoeba Music is a US independent music chain with stores in Berkeley, San Francisco, and Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Founded by former employees of nearby Rasputin Records, it opened on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley in 1990. The stores are unusually large given their independent status. The San Francisco store, which opened in 1997 in the Haight-Ashbury district close to Golden Gate Park, is especially notable for its size, occupying a 24,000 square foot former bowling alley. It regularly stocks upwards of 100,000 CDs, vinyl records, and audio cassettes, both new and used. It is still operating as of 2018, having survived the decline in CD sales since the early 2000s thanks to its thriving trade in used vinyl records. The Southern California location was added on November 17, 2001 when the store opened a new branch on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
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Guinness World Records Museum

6764 Hollywood Boulevard, 90028, Los Angeles
Come here to learn about anything that broke a record at some point. Anything largest, smallest, best or worst - you'll learn all about it here in the middle of Hollywood. You can buy your tickets online and avoid queues and the best souvenir to get here is definitely the Guinness World Records book.
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Souvenirs of Hollywood

6800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
One of the most popular shops in Hollywood where you can buy all sorts of gifts connected to California, filming, Hollywood and LA. If you want your own Oscar Statuette or Cinderella Cardboard Cutout, this is where you should head. And if you need some Hollywood-themed presents for your loved ones, this place has you covered.
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Santee Alley

210 East Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA
Come visit the outdoor shopping mall with countless small shops and stalls. Come here for an amazing variety of goods. Shop clothes, shoes, accessories, beauty products, souvenirs and many other items. Or just come and browse for fun. It is especially lovely during Christmas time when there are Christmas decorations.
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Walk of Fame

7018 Hollywood Boulevard & Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90028
One of the most famous monuments of the entertainment industry and its most important icons. There are more than 2500 stars (with new ones added every now and then - usually about 20 new stars per year) and the Walk of Fame spreads out on Hollywood Boulevard and also Vine Street. The first stars were installed in 1960. You can find the names of the important actors, directors, singers, musicians and more on them (even fictional characters - eg Mickey Mouse). The emblems under the star names tell you which group they belong to (feature films, music, theater, radio or television). Some stars have even been given to people (or companies) outside the entertainment industry (eg Neil Armstrong or Victoria's Secret). If you're in Hollywood, the Walk of Fame is a must. So go and take pictures with the star of your favorite star (or fictional character). And if her star is not there yet, you can nominate her on the official website of the Walk of Fame.
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Hollywood Sign

Mount Lee Drive, 90068, Los Angeles
This sign is probably the most iconic image in Los Angeles. Almost 14 meters high and 107 meters long, it has shown in so many films and pop cultural references, there is hardly anyone who has not heard of it. All the more interesting is that the brand name was not originally meant, since the sign at the time of its establishment in 1923 for the first time "Hollywoodland" was called. If you want to see the letters for yourself, be ready for a long hike. Even if you travel by car or by coach, you need to leave the car about 60 minutes from the sign and walk uphill on foot. The sign is also surprisingly hard to see from the lowlands, probably due to the many buildings in the line of sight. When considering the time of your visit, note that the sign is not lit during the night.
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Union Station

800 Alameda St, 90012, Los Angeles
Built in 1939 by the Parkinson Father-Son team of architects, Los Angeles Union Station is a vibrant transportation hub and the largest train station in the western United States. You may have seen it in many well-known films, such as Pearl Harbor or Blade Runner. The station, one of the few historic buildings to be visited in Los Angeles, was almost non-existent, having undergone a public poll in the 1930s. Today, Union Station unites the architectural styles of Art Deco, Mission Revival and Streamline Modern Styles, and is a marvel both inside and out. It is also allowed to take pictures here if you want to take away some lasting memories of the place. In addition to the train, metro and bus connections, the station also offers several places to eat and garden terraces on the sides of the waiting room. Do not miss the opportunity to play the grand piano in the main hall.
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Los Angeles City Hall

200 North Spring Street, 90012, Los Angeles
This 27-storey skyscraper is one of the landmarks of Los Angeles. Its clear white facade stands out against the deep blue sky. From the top you can see the whole city of Los Angeles and even the ocean on a clear day. Los Angeles City Hall was the tallest building in LA. Although this is no longer true, it is still the tallest skyscraper with free entry. Its interior is an interesting sight with beautiful domes, arches and marble decorations. You can also admire portraits of the mayors of LA with a list of their accomplishments on one of the floors near the top of the building. Not all parts of the building are open to the public. However, the top floor is also accessible without a guide. An elevator takes you to the upper floors and a second to the last floor. However, the roof itself can only be reached by stairs. Be prepared for a security check when entering the building, also make sure that, although the entrance to the town hall is free, parking near the building is quite expensive.
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Wilshire Boulevard

Wilshire Blvd, CA 90024, USA
This 12-mile boulevard connects Downtown Los Angeles with Santa Monica. It is lined up with all kinds of restaurants, cafes and bakeries where you can get some tasty snacks. There are also many fashion-oriented stores (the luxury boutiques and the retail chains). If you're in Wilshire, you can visit the nearby Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, where you can find the graves of many actors and actresses (such as Marilyn Monroe). The Boulevard is also one of the major locations in the iconic movie Pretty Woman (starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere).
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Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

555 W. Temple St., 90012
This postmodern Roman Catholic cathedral (completed in 2002) is a must in Los Angeles. It is clearly in contrast to the classic churches and cathedrals and attracts attention with its very modern and interesting design. The interior of the cathedral is as imposing and postmodern as its exterior. This new cathedral replaced an old one heavily damaged during the 1994 earthquake. It contains relics of the patron saint of Los Angeles (a Roman Catholic martyr) - St. Vibiana. As this is an active church, you should behave calmly and wear appropriate clothing during your visit.
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Capitol Records Building

1750 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
One of the landmarks of Los Angeles - a 13-story tower with Capitol Records offices - built in 1955. He is quite unusual due to its round shape and has a special light, which is located on the spire Hollywood in the Morse code (from the beginning of the existence of the tower). You may also remember the movie building (eg Hancock or The Day After Tomorrow). Unfortunately, it is not open to the public. However, it is also quite impressive from the outside, so take a quick detour and take pictures.
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Richard J Riordan Central Library

630 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071, USA
This Art Deco style library is one of Los Angeles' most intriguing attractions and houses a collection of more than six million books. It consists of two main buildings. The first larger one was built according to plans by Bertram Goodhue, one of the most important figures in American architecture of the 20th century, in the 1920s. Although his plans were used, the man himself had died before the library was built. The second wing, designed by architect Tom Bradley in a more modern style, was added during the rebuilding of the library in the 1990s. Inside, the library is beautifully decorated with murals, especially in the nursery and the history room. Also note the painted ceilings during your visit, especially in the rotunda dome. The artworks were executed by several commissioned artists. The ornate Maguire Gardens are also part of the library complex. The library is freely accessible to everyone. However, if you want to borrow books, you must first purchase a library card. Residents of California are entitled to free library passes.
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Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre International

5930 Franklin Avenue, 90028, Hollywood
The Church of Scientology's Celebrity Center International used to be a first-class hotel that housed famous movie stars. Today it is a base for the Church of Scientology, some of whom live full time. It is also a tourist attraction with a restaurant inside. The construction of the building began in the 1920s. The owner, Elinor K. Ince, wished it was an apartment house for movie stars, perhaps as a reminder of her deceased husband Thomas H. Ince, who was also a member of the film industry. The house itself is a replica of a 17th century French castle. The building can be entered as part of a tour organized by the church. These guides can be a great way to learn more about Scientology. You can even see the room of the founder of the religion, Ron L. Hubbard. The surrounding gardens and gardens are also open to visitors. Photographing is strictly prohibited throughout the site.
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Los Angeles International Airport

World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045, USA
This huge airport carries more than 65 million passengers annually. Since it is near Hollywood, many films have been made here. There are nine passenger terminals at LAX, numbered 1-8, and the last is Tom Bradley International Terminal. A shuttle bus operates between the terminals - use line A. The bus runs every 10 minutes. The free G line shuttle service provides easy access to the Green Line Aviation Station. The Metro Bus Center can be reached by the line C. Roadrunner Shuttle operates long-distance delivery vans. FlyAway Shuttle is a non-stop bus service to different parts of Los Angeles. No booking is required. If you want to rent a car, you can choose from more than 40 rental companies at this airport. Some of them are welcome to pick you up at the arrivals hall, others call you in advance and then take a shuttle to the off-airport car rental terminal. You can also find taxis in the arrivals area. Parking fees start at $ 2 for 30 minutes and $ 12 for 24 hours. Free Wi-Fi is available in most areas of the airport. You can also choose premium access for higher speed.
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Angels Flight

Angels Flight is a landmark 2 ft 6 in narrow gauge funicular railway in the Bunker Hill district of Downtown Los Angeles, California. It has two funicular cars, Sinai and Olivet, running in opposite directions on a shared cable on the 298 feet long inclined railway.The funicular has operated on two different sites, using the same cars and station elements. The original Angels Flight location, with tracks connecting Hill Street and Olive Street, operated from 1901 until it was closed in 1969, when its site was cleared for redevelopment. The second Angels Flight location opened one half block south of the original location in 1996, with tracks connecting Hill Street and California Plaza. It was shut down in 2001, following a fatal accident, and took nine years to commence operations again. The railroad restarted operations on March 15, 2010.
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Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles, also called America's Port, is a port complex that occupies 7,500 acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront and adjoins the separate Port of Long Beach. The port is located in San Pedro Bay in the San Pedro and Wilmington neighborhoods of Los Angeles, approximately 20 miles south of downtown. A department of the City of Los Angeles, the Port of Los Angeles supports employment for 517,000 people throughout the LA County Region and 1.6 million worldwide.
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Van Nuys Airport

For the United States Air Force use of the airport, see Van Nuys Air National Guard Base Van Nuys Airport is a public airport in Van Nuys in the San Fernando Valley section of the city limits of Los Angeles, California. No major airlines fly into this airport, which is owned and operated by Los Angeles World Airports. Van Nuys Airport is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the world. With two parallel runways, Van Nuys Airport had over 220,000 takeoffs and landings in 2016.
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Van Nuys Airport

For the United States Air Force use of the airport, see Van Nuys Air National Guard BaseVan Nuys Airport is a public airport in Van Nuys in the San Fernando Valley section of the city limits of Los Angeles, California. No major airlines fly into this airport, which is owned and operated by Los Angeles World Airports. Van Nuys Airport is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the world. With two parallel runways, Van Nuys Airport had over 220,000 takeoffs and landings in 2016. The airport is home to the Van Nuys FlyAway Bus service, which runs nonstop buses to Los Angeles International Airport for travelers that park their cars at Van Nuys.
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Chatsworth Station

Chatsworth Transportation Center, identified as "Chatsworth" on station signs, is an intermodal passenger transport station in the Los Angeles community of Chatsworth, California. It is a train station for Amtrak and Metrolink. It is also served by the Metro Busway bus rapid transit system. The station includes a passenger waiting area and a small railroad museum. There is no Amtrak ticket office.It is served by Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner from San Luis Obispo to San Diego, Metrolink's Ventura County Line from Los Angeles Union Station to East Ventura, and the Metro Orange Line to North Hollywood. Of the 73 California stations served by Amtrak, Chatsworth was the 32nd-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 140 passengers daily.Also in the station building is the field office for Los Angeles City Council member Mitchell Englander.
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This beautiful hotel located in the very heart of Los Angeles offers its visitors amazing amount of luxury. It is located near many crucial LA sights (e.g. 777 Tower, Richard J. Riordan Central Library or the popular Jewellery District). The rooms on the higher floors also offer amazing views of the city.
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Ace Hotel Los Angeles

937 South Broadway, 90013, Los Angeles

Millennium Biltmore Hotel

506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, US

Chateau Marmont

8221 West Sunset Boulevard, 90046, Hollywood
Chateau Marmont is a hotel located at 8221 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The hotel was designed by architect Arnold A. Weitzman and William Douglas Lee and completed in 1929. It was modeled loosely after the Château d'Amboise, a royal retreat in France's Loire Valley. The hotel has 63 rooms and suites.
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Banana Bungalow Hollywood


Venice on the Beach

2819 Ocean Front Walk

Crowne Plaza Los Angeles International Airport

5985 West Century Boulevard, 90045, Los Angeles

Banana Bungalow West Hollywood

Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City