Let’s find out how to do tourism in Los Angeles California, one of the best cities to visit in the United States for having dozens of things to do, from family activities, as a couple or alone.
1. Tour the Wildlife Reserve in the Sepúlveda Basin
These are huge wild groves that adorn the natural landscape, where you can see a variety of animal species such as waterfowl, fish and small and large mammals.
Inside the reservation it is hard to believe that you are in a city, especially one like Los Angeles, which has so many buildings and other infrastructure.
2. Watch birds at the Audubon Center
Debs Park is home to this great nature center that follows the strictest environmental standards. A space to get away from the hustle and bustle that is generated in the city and connect with nature.
3. Stroll through Griffith Park
It is the park with the largest wilderness area in the United States, which also has one of the icons of the city: the Griffith Observatory.
Some of the activities to do are hiking and stargazing at the observatory, since some of the exhibited presentations are free.
4. Visit the famous Hollywood sign
The iconic sign is on Mount Lee, in the Hollywood Hills area of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Although closed to the public, some hiking trails get close enough to see the famous sign.
There is a vantage point outside of Griffith Park near Lake Hollywood Reservoir that is great for taking pictures and admiring the beautiful wilderness.
5. Have a nice day at Leo Carrillo State
March through May is a good season to visit Los Angeles because the weather is perfect for exploring its beaches; One of the most popular is in the Leo Carrillo State Park, an extensive sandbank with caves in the sea and beautiful landscapes throughout the area.
6. Discover a romantic atmosphere in El Matador
Romantic beach with crystal clear waters and rocky shores, an ideal place for a sunset dinner inside one of the hidden caves. You’ll hardly find a more romantic beach than this one, located about 10 miles northwest of Malibu.
7. Try riding a wave at Surfrider Beach
The best beach for surfing in Los Angeles is Surfrider Beach, in Malibu, a sandy area with beautiful landscapes where you don’t have to be an expert to try to tame one of its many waves.
8. Enjoy a bohemian and interesting atmosphere in Venice Beach
Beach for those who prefer a more picturesque environment. You can watch jugglers, bodybuilders and Harry Perry, the famous turbaned guitarist.
9. Hang out on the Venice Canals
Admire the spectacular houses that are on the canals of Venice, buildings away from the hustle and bustle of the center with beautiful wooden bridges. It’s a great way to relax in LA
10. Visit the iconic Santa Monica Pier
Relax with a leisurely walk along one of the most famous piers in the United States, while watching the sunset and taking in the scenery. There you will find a small amusement park, the Pacific Park, equally legendary in the city.
11. Spend a quiet time at El Pescador
The westernmost beach in Los Angeles with restaurants, food stalls and a natural environment of impressive rocks and calm waters. It has a great variety of fish and birds that perch on the coast.
12. Marvel at the natural pools at Abalone Cove Shoreline Park
Famous beach for its beautiful trails and natural pools that form at low tide. Perfect for a picnic and walk the path that leads to “El Punto Portugués”, its main attraction.
In the pools you can see small crabs, sea hares and octopuses.
13. Enjoy a bike ride along Hermosa Beach
Lush beach south of Los Angeles for sunbathing, biking, rollerblading, and volleyball. This is an excellent option if what you prefer is a long walk along the extensive maritime line of the city.
14. Spend the day at Cabrillo Beach
Beach with one of the most familiar and quiet environments in Los Angeles. A very nice place that also has the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium and many more activities to do with the family.
15. Visit Redondo Beach
In this beach town you can visit the famous Redondo Breakwell surf spot or admire the views on a romantic getaway. It is also a good place for quiet family vacations as it is one of the least crowded areas in the area.
16. Tour Hollywood Boulevard
Spectacular avenue with a Hollywood atmosphere. Don’t forget to walk past the world-famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, where movies are often premiered with celebrities in attendance. It is adjacent to the Dolby Theater, home of the Oscars.
17. Walk and gaze at the stars on the Walk of Fame
Long walk through more than 2 thousand famous stars framed on the sidewalks of the boulevard. There you will see the plates of Michael Jackson, Marlon Brando, Celia Cruz, Tom Cruise and many more personalities from the entertainment and social scene of the United States and the world.
18. Tour luxurious Beverly Hills
The most exclusive neighborhood in Los Angeles for being close to Hollywood and being home to many celebrities.
In Beverly Hills there are the most luxurious shops in the city, a quiet, safe and very practical area in terms of getting around.
19. Take a tour of the most famous studios of American cinema
The world’s most famous movie studios are also a Los Angeles tourist site. These are: Paramount Picture Studio, Warner Bross Studio and Universal Studios Hollywood. A tour of these film sets guarantees total fun.
20. Visit La Brea Ranch
In Hancock Park, in the heart of the city, you will come across this interesting site where many prehistoric fossil remains were recovered.
21. Tour Grand Central Market
Delight yourself with a gastronomic walk and try if any of the products of this old market interest you. It also has flower shops, game nights, movie screenings, and many other attractions.
22. Go back to childhood at Disneyland
Visiting Los Angeles and not going to Disneyland is like never having been to the city. The most famous amusement park in the world, with its animated movie characters and all its surprises, also guarantees a great day of fun for the whole family.
23. Meet the famous Walt Disney Concert Hall
Impressive concert hall between Hope Street and Grand Avenue, whose structure alone deserves to be visited. You can book a ticket for the next event and enjoy the acoustics of the place.
24. Drive the Mulholland Highway
Road famous for appearing in dozens of movies. It has a winding road and a nice view of the hills and the residential houses of the place. Ideal for a relaxing car ride.
25. Explore the Little Tokyo Neighborhood
For any lover of oriental culture, this stop is mandatory, as the Japanese neighborhood in Los Angeles is emblematic. There you can delight yourself with the beautiful Japanese architecture and with a tasty and authentic Californian Rolls, original from that area.
26. Stroll through the James Irvine Japanese Garden
This elegant and beautiful garden is one of the main landmarks of Little Tokyo, in Los Angeles. It is surrounded by flowers and Japanese trees, perfect to disconnect and feel comfortable in an environment full of majesty.
27. Connect spiritually at Koyasan Buddhist Temple
First Buddhist temple built in the United States. This historical monument is on San Pedro Street, within the Japanese neighborhood; an ideal place for Buddhist spirituality or just to admire.
28. Walk Olvera Street
Known as the oldest street in Los Angeles, in the exotic Chinatown. You will be able to observe some of the first buildings in the city, such as the Avila Adobe house, one of the most visited places by tourists, as well as other emblematic and ancient works of Mexican architecture.
29. Explore the central square of Chinatown (Chinatown)
Strolling through Chinatowns anywhere in the world is always a pleasure, even more so if you visit Los Angeles.
The central square is the main point of this area that always celebrates interesting events and where you can delight yourself with the exotic dishes of the Far East.
30. Head over to Thien Hau Temple
Beautiful temple dedicated to the Chinese mythology goddess of the sea, Mazu. It is a building that transports anyone to the oldest Chinese culture, converted into a tourist landmark in Los Angeles’ Chinatown.
31. Explore downtown Koreatown
Quite a multicultural area of Los Angeles where you will find restaurants, karaoke bars and bars open 24 hours a day. It is a very lively downtown area, perfect for tourists who need cheap and practical accommodation.
32. Explore the hipster side of Los Angeles in West Hollywood
West Hollywood occupies a small part near Hollywood, making it a perfect area to stay and sightsee. It is full of independent boutiques and vintage stores. Without a doubt, one of the most interesting neighborhoods in the city.
33. Take a spin around downtown Los Angeles
The most central neighborhood in the entire city is Downtown, the financial district with the largest number of skyscrapers and bustling streets. It is connected to the rest of the public transport in the other areas of Los Angeles.
Due to its lively nightlife, it is one of the most popular places and also one of the most accessible that you can visit.
34. Stay in the “Los Feliz” apartments
Less touristy accommodation area and therefore more peaceful and economical. It has a cozy hillside and charming groves, but it’s not far from downtown. There are few hotels, so renting an apartment is preferable.
35. Enjoy a night out on the Sunset Strip
Sunset Boulevard is one of the most famous in Los Angeles, while the Sunset Strip is the best neighborhood to party in the city. It is between Hollywood and West Hollywood, with trendy bars, pubs and comedy clubs like The Comedy Store, one of its most famous.
36. Visit the controversial Chateau Marmont
Majestic hotel of beautiful classic style with more than 90 years, where historical moments and several interesting incidents with many celebrities have occurred. A building full of anecdotes that is worth visiting.
37. Visit Charlie Chaplin Studios
If you are a fan of this silent film legend, “The Jim Henson Company”, located on La Brea Avenue, is a must-see. That was where Charlie Chaplin filmed his movies.
38. Enjoy a drink at The Edison
Sophisticated bar in the center of the city with a beautiful atmosphere and the soundtracks of the most popular movies as background music. Simply spectacular.
39. Visit the iconic Viper Room
One of the most famous clubs in Los Angeles, formerly owned by actor Johnny Depp. A place of excesses and scandals, a favorite place for Hollywood rock celebrities.
40. Have a great night at Academy Nightclub
One of the largest clubs built with a capacity of around 1400 people, plus an impressive sound system and an extensive ballroom.
In the also known as Create Nightclub you can access the external patio and admire an elegant Asian style.
41. Enjoy blues music at Harvelle’s Blues Club
Known for being the oldest blues venue in the city of Los Angeles. There you can clear your mind and enjoy the best music of this genre, while surrounding yourself with an authentic and interesting atmosphere.
42. Listen to live DJs in Avalon
Famous nightclub with spectacular live shows and talented and world-renowned DJs. It has a first class restaurant and VIP lounge.
43. Enjoy the music of great promises in The Echo
Small nightclub where many of the now great movie stars have started their careers. Monday events are usually free.
44. Relax to reggae music at The Echoplex
Underneath The Echo nightclub you will find this small venue where comedy events and stand-up comedy take place. Wednesday nights are the best for reggae with resident DJs and Jamaican guests.
45. Enjoy the best hip-hop songs at Playhouse Nightclub
This club opens on Thursday nights with a hip-hop entrance mixed with Latin music and reggaeton. It is perfect if what you want is to dance while enjoying a 100% urban environment.
46. Enjoy dance music at Sound Nightclub
The hottest music and the most interesting electronic events are always held at Sound Nightclub, a place to dance and let the music fill your senses.
47. Hang out at Jumbo’s Clown Room
Famous bikini bar perfect if you want to feel like a Los Angeles resident. It has dancers and contortionists giving outdoor shows. It is the ideal place to relax while having a cold drink.
48. Board the OUE Skyspace LA
One of the most famous skyscrapers in Los Angeles and the perfect destination to admire the city. It has a glass slide that you can use if you want to fill yourself with adrenaline, but it is not suitable for those who suffer from vertigo.
49. Stroll through Greystone Mansion
Grand mansion in Beverly Hills frequently used to shoot movie scenes. Now it is a public park to admire it and take pictures.
50. Explore the Clifton Republic
With 5 stories high and a tree that rises several dozen meters, this complex has a bar, cafeteria and restaurants, which are worth visiting. Craft cocktails and delicious desserts of all kinds await you at this interesting place of commerce.
51. Get to know the Holocaust Museum
Museum with objects, artifacts, photographs, among other pieces of great value, from the Holocaust, at 100 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036.
Its objective is to make new generations aware of this unfortunate event of humanity and pay tribute to its victims.
52. Be impressed at the African American Firefighters Museum
Two-story museum where you will see photographs of the most outstanding firefighters in Los Angeles, artifacts from other times and reproductions of all the African-American firefighters in the United States.
53. Walk Eldred Street
It is the steepest street with the most feet in Los Angeles, built in 1912, long before the city banned slopes greater than 15%.
It is a street that not even motorcyclists can ascend or descend without the help of residents, as it has a difference in level that is equivalent to 33%.
54. Visit Dodger Stadium
Home to the Major League Baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers, with space for 56,000 fans, making it the stadium with the largest capacity for visitors in the United States.
This heritage of the city has inside a museum with historical articles of the team and an official store with souvenirs. It is very close to Elysian Park.
55. Photograph yourself in Los Angeles’ famous Urban Light streetlights (County Museum of Art)
The most famous public work of art in Southern California and the most recognized and sought after sculpture by tourists to be photographed in it.
The streetlights have been at the entrance of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art since 2008 and came to illuminate the streets of the south of the city for some time. They date from the 20s and 30s of the 20th century, the work of the American artist, Chris Burden.
56. Enjoy the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Museum that houses the famous painting by René Magritte, La trahison, and pieces by other great artists such as Picasso, Tizano, Rembrandt and Monet.
It offers in the Boone gallery activities for children to be distracted and seduced by art; in its open spaces is the sculpture of Jesús Rafael Soto, Penetrable.
57. Marvel at the beautiful architecture of Christ Cathedral
It is the temple of the largest Catholic church in the world and the one with the fifth largest organ, a Hazel Wright.
Its facade and side walls are made of glass, a beauty that also makes it one of the biggest tourist attractions in Los Angeles, at the southeastern end of the city.
58. Visit the Los Angeles Central Library
1926 8-story building with genealogical publications, famous fiction titles, historic United States photographs, and much other content of interest.
This public library and research site features sculptures, lamps, and the rotunda, the center point of the building with murals that tell the story of California.
59. Surprise yourself with the Madame Tussauds Museum
It is a wax museum inaugurated in 2009 with more than 100 figures of Hollywood movie stars. One of the most striking is that of Marilyn Monroe.
The museum offers exhibits on topics including the making of a movie, Marvel superheroes, modern classics, VIP parties, the spirit of Hollywood, and the Wild West.
60. Meet the Los Angeles Zoo
Zoo founded in 1966 now with a thousand species, many of them in danger of extinction. You will see alligators, elephants, kangaroos, Komodo dragons, meerkats, goats, sheep, among other animals. It is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
61. Hollywood Park Casino Los Angeles
One of the most striking casinos in Los Angeles for its decoration in the best Hollywood style and for its track where horse races are held once a week.
62. The Broad Museum
It is the largest museum in the far west of the United States, opened in 1913, with pieces that describe 4,500 years of history of the country.
Its façade is quite a spectacle due to the rotunda with colonnade, the marble walls and the dome. You’ll find permanent exhibits throughout its three floors.
63. Check out Los Angeles City Hall
Beautiful building in the downtown district of Los Angeles that with its 32 floors and 138 meters, was until 1964 the tallest in LA
The citizen mayor has his office there and it is where the City Council holds its meetings.
On the 27th floor there is a free observation deck with great views of the city and its iconic places, such as the famous Hollywood sign and the Griffith Observatory.
64. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
Cathedral of 4 thousand m 2 with capacity for 3 thousand people that replaced the original temple, which in 1994 gave way due to a strong earthquake in the city.
Its facade is quite far from the traditional Catholic temples. It has a tower where the bell tower is, a cloister, a square and an underground parking lot.
Parishioners traverse a spiritual path where they move from the secular to the sacred. It’s on the corner of Temple and Grand Avenue.
65. Enjoy a good opera at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion
Beautifully decorated opera house with a modern structure with four levels and a total of 3,197 seats. Its beautiful chandeliers are an attraction that attracts a lot of attention.
66. Delve into Chinese history at the Chinese American Museum
Historic Los Angeles landmark in downtown Los Angeles, which became the first Chinese museum in Southern California.
It’s in the Garnier Building with permanent exhibits like Hing Yuen Hong of yesteryear (Chinese store that has been recreated) and Origins, which chronicles the rise of the Chinese-American community in Los Angeles. It works since 2003.
67. Stroll through Palisades Park
Park in Santa Monica with incredible views of the coastal mountain range and the Pacific Ocean. It has areas for picnics, benches, bathrooms, sculptures, among other things.
68. Explore the Mexican side of Los Angeles at Placita Olvera
Strolling down Olvera Street will make you feel like you are in a picturesque Mexican town, due to its restaurants and inns faithful to the style and tradition of the Central American country.
69. Visit Union Station Railroad Station
Opposite Olvera Street is Union Station, a station that is also a film set for many scenes from movies and television series. You can hang out and take a train ride.
70. Visit the Brooklyn of Los Angeles, Silver Lake
Popular neighborhood that went from being an ordinary city to one of the most elegant areas of Los Angeles.
Silver Lake Reservoir, a beautiful lake in this neighborhood, is a trail for runners and those who prefer a long, relaxing stroll alike. You can have a hot or cold drink at Lamill Cafe and enjoy views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
71. Visit Staples center
Better known as a sports arena for the Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers NBA teams, but it has also hosted the Grammy Awards.
Madonna and Michael Jackson are two of the many music stars who have rehearsed in this square.
72. Admire Watts Tower
Work of modern art of 17 interconnected towers in South Los Angeles. It is a National Historical Monument, an icon of the city.
73. Visit The Last Bookstore independent bookstore
Curious bookstore famous for being one of the most accessible in the city and for having a unique and curious atmosphere that invites you to read. If you are looking for cheap and good quality books, visit her.
74. Visit the Bradbury Building
Majestic and popular building, a regular destination for tours, which has appeared in numerous Hollywood movies and when you are there, you will know why.
75. Visit the picturesque town of Solvang
Small Danish-style town about 200 km north of LA perfect to relax and admire a landscape that will make you feel in Denmark.
76. Meet the California Science Center
Science and culture center at Exposition Park with amazing science and art exhibits, from galleries to an aquarium.
77. Stroll down elegant Rodeo Drive
Three-block area and one of the most luxurious areas of the city, with expensive boutiques and exclusive designer fashion stores, in Beverly Hills.
78. Tour the luxury ship RMS Queen Mary
Floating hotel in Long Beach, 40 km from downtown Los Angeles, famous for being the flagship of the Cunard-White Star Line. This beautiful vessel, a symbol of status and wealth, is worth a tour.
79. Meet the imposing Bixby Creek Bridge
One of the most photographed bridges in the state of California, between Los Angeles and San Francisco. It is an unmissable stop if you travel to LA by car.
80. Explore Lake ArrowHead
Splendid area with lakes and forests, frequently used for movie scenes due to its beautiful wild environment. Visiting her is a great idea.
81. Battleship USS Iowa Museum
Museum of warships and their history, where the lifestyle of the soldiers is known, based on an armored ship from the Second World War. This is an educational visit 10 minutes from the Port of Los Angeles.
82. Visit the Los Angeles Alleys Market
Set of streets with more than 200 shops selling clothes, shoes and accessories at good prices. It’s on the main street in the Santee Alley area.
It is not a tourist site because it is not very beautiful, but its attraction is that you will find good merchandise at low prices.
83. Get on the Angels Flight
If you are in downtown Los Angeles, in the Downtown district, try going up on this elegant cable car, a short but enjoyable ride that only costs one dollar.
84. Marvel at the Aquarium of the Pacific
Just half an hour from Los Angeles, also in Long Beach, you will find this aquarium with much of the world’s marine life, such as life-size whales, coral reefs and different ecosystems.
85. Enjoy the colonial atmosphere in the historic monument of Pueblo de Los Angeles
Historical area of the city with many buildings in the old Mexican style, which you reach through Olvera Street. It has museums, a church, Church Square and other great tourist attractions.
86. See vintage cars at Petersen Automovite Museum
Exhibition of 250 vehicles from many parts of the world that shows more than 120 years of automotive history. It is a journey of only one hour.
87. Stroll through LA Live
Complex with concert halls, dance halls, cinemas, restaurants, hotels and the popular Xbox Plaza, in the heart of Los Angeles, South Park district, very close to Staples Center.
88. Original Farmers Mark
It is a place to buy products such as peanut butter, donuts, cheeses, gluten-free foods, meats, seafood, fish and Mexican food. It’s on the corner of Third and Fairfax.
89. Head to the Korean Bell of Friendship
Famous solid bronze bell symbol of victory, freedom and peace, a gift from the Republic of Korea to the United States for its bicentennial celebration. It is in the San Pedro neighborhood, at the intersection of Gaffey and 37th streets.
90. Skate in the parks
Skating in Los Angeles is as common as surfing and for this there are places like Venice Beach Park, The Cove (Santa Monica), Skatelab, Culver City Park and Belvedere Park.
91. Relax at the Sahaja Center for Yoga and Meditation
Center with free meditation workshops for everyone every Sunday morning.
92. Travel back in time to the 20th century at the 1300 residences on Carroll Avenue Angelino Heights
Discover in these residences the architecture of the Victorian era and the influence it left on this area of Los Angeles.
93. Check out Los Angeles street art
Los Angeles street artists have their space in various murals around the city. You’ll see displays of classic, modern, hip-hop, and impressionist paintings.
Among the murals are: “Heart of Los Angeles”, antigirl; “The Wrinkles of the City”, by JR, “I Was a Botox Addict”, by Tristan Eaton, among others.
94. Tour the Leimert Park Village
African-American culture and its jazz clubs, cafes, shops and restaurants await you at the Leimert Park Village in the center of the Crenshaw District.
95. 2Learn about art in NoHo
North of Hollywood, in the NoHo Arts District, you can marvel at boutiques, theaters, fashion stores, public art and much more. This is one of the best things to do in Los Angeles, California.
96. Explore other Wilderness environments of Los Angeles
If you are a cyclist or mountaineer and also like to explore natural and wild places, Los Angeles offers you places like the Angeles National Forest, Topanga State Park and Malibu Creek State Park.
97. Watch the sunset at Palisades Park
It is one of the most beautiful and oldest parks in the city where you can ride a bike or walk, while watching the ocean in a beautiful sunset.
98. Visit Point Fermin Lighthouse
Point Fermin Park, at the southernmost point of Los Angeles, is home to the historic Point Fermin Lighthouse, which has been in existence since 1874.
It is a perfect experience if you want to contemplate a panoramic view from above or just observe a beautiful panorama from the park. Visit it from Tuesday to Sunday.
99. Try shooting archery
The Pasadena Roving Archers Academy offers free archery lessons for first-time visitors.
100. Relax on the famous Los Angeles Riviera
Southeast of Venice you will find Marina del Rey Bay, a place to relax and enjoy various activities of the Los Angeles Riviera.
101. Learn to swim
With the program Operation Splash, promoted by the Department of Parks and Recreation of Los Angeles, you can learn to swim, whenever you visit the city in summer. Learn more here .
What is the best time to travel to Los Angeles?
The best time to travel to Los Angeles is between March and May and between September and November, when there are fewer tourists and the temperature is between 15 and 22 degrees.
If you like low temperatures, the best thing to do is to visit the city between December and February, months in which you will also find better offers in hotels because it is low season.
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Los Angeles California weather
Between December and February, it is winter. The temperature in that period is very pleasant. The rains fall in these months, but in February they intensify.
Between March and May the temperature ranges between 20 and 25 degrees, so the climate is mild. June to August is summer, the best season to go to the beach.
The autumn season is between September and November. The weather drops a bit, especially in the last two months of this period.
Upcoming events in Los Angeles California
Celine Dion will give a concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles as part of the Courage Word Tour.
From April 03 to 05
Billie Eilish will be at The Forum Inglewood presenting her concert tour entitled: Where do we go?
The Spanish singer, José Luis Perales, will give a concert at the Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles.
If you are a fan of Britney Spears, go to the interactive room of The Zone, on West 3rd Street, where the music videos of this pop artist will be screened.
Pepe Aguilar will perform at the Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles.
What to do in Los Angeles in one day
You can start by getting to know the neighborhood that was once a city and that since 1926 merged with Los Angeles; there you can visit Venice Beach and Boardwalk.
You can go to Hollywood and get to know Hollywood Boulevard and go to the famous Chinese Theater to enjoy the IMAX cinema.
You can go to Beverly Hills to shop on Rodeo Drive, where there are galleries, exclusive jewelry stores and the highest fashion.
Another option is to visit any of the museums. Of course, even for a day, a trip to Los Angeles would not be complete without visiting the area around the famous sign at Mount Lee.
What can’t you miss in Los Angeles?
Among the things you cannot miss is visiting a museum, taking a tour of Universal Studios in Hollywood and if you are a lover of classical music, visiting the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
To try to run into a Hollywood star you should visit the Wolfgang Puck restaurant, a space very frequented by actors and actresses.
One place you cannot miss is the Madame Tussauds Hollywood museum. And, of course, take a photo very close to the most famous sign in the world or go shopping on Rodeo Drive.
What to do in Los Angeles in 7 days
You can visit the walk of fame and Hollywood Sign.
Stroll through Universal Studios.
Go shopping in Beverly Hills and admire the mansions and their architecture. At night you can go to West Hollywood and maybe you will meet some famous person.
Spend the day at Disneyland.
Go to the beaches of Santa Monica and at night visit boutiques on Rodeo Drive.
Visit the Napa Valley Vineyard.
Head to Palm Springs to ride a bike, hike the dunes and desert, play tennis or go horseback riding; and in the evening, attend a concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
How to get around Los Angeles
Everything will depend on the time you decide to spend in the city, but a tour that will allow you to get to know the essence of Los Angeles includes the Walk of Fame, Santa Monica, taking a tour of the movie studios, the Griffith Observatory, Sunset Strip, Beverly Hills, Chinatown, Hollywood Sign and Little Tokyo.
You can do your tour by renting a vehicle, because in Los Angeles there are many companies that rent them; You also have the option of hiring an Uber or taking a tour that will take you to the most emblematic places in the city.
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