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The city of angels, Los Angeles is the epicenter of the glitzy American Dream. Home to Hollywood, high-flying creative energy, a rich social scene, family theme park fantasies, and an evocative dining scene, there's a lot to love about Lala land.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of those rare cities that is surrounded by a rugged beauty with beautiful beaches and rolling mountains. With many of its residents hiking, surfing, biking, paddle boarding and enjoying all nature of outdoor activities, Los Angeles is the perfect sunkissed location for anyone with a penchent for exercise and love of nature. Within the city limits, there's also much fun to be had. From famous rock and roll venues on Sunset Strip to cutting-edge art, the theatre darlings of Santa Monica Boulevard, not to mention a jam-packed schedule of top-tier restaurants, designer shopping, and a mash-up of magical architectural magic - LA is ever-inspiring. For families and theme park lovers - Universal Studios and Disneyland are well within striking distance.

Getting Around Los Angeles

The absence of a grand subway setup combined with the city's size can make Los Angeles seem daunting when it comes to getting around. Yet, the city does have a subway system, not to mention buses, Ubers, and bikes. With six subway lines, you can hit big-name places like Downtown, Chinatown, Santa Monica and Universal Studios. If you can drive, renting a car is still considered one of the easiest ways to explore Los Angeles especially if you are craving the beach, mountains, and more natural bliss.

Beaches and Boardwalks

While LA is certainly a city destination, it's also home to miles upon miles of classic Californian coastline. From famous stretches like Santa Monica with its original pier dating back to 1909 overloaded with cool kitsch and amusements to Venice Beach with its muscles and rollerskates, Los Angeles has bright and bustling shores to meet every mood. Venice Beach is so much more than sand and sea. As the poster child for California's cool and eclectic spirit, it is a must for people watching and soaking up that gritty and gorgeous boardwalk scene. Continue down the coast and enjoy breathtaking views, Malibu inlets, winding roads and one of the most gorgeous drives in the world.

Must See Attractions

Famous streets, strips, and faces all make up the whirlwind that is LA. This is a city that encourages you to have your cake and eat it too. Ride rollercoasters, hike mountains, sip classy cocktails with the stars and stay out dancing until the dawn. Here are some must-see attractions in Los Angeles.


From the star-studded Walk of fame to that notorious white-lettered sign hanging in the hills, Hollywood captures the tantalizing drama and elegance of tinsel town. The place where dreams are made, Hollywood is a destination in its own right. Snap a pic with the sign, visit the Chinese Theater, and keep an eye peeled for famous faces at every turn.

Universal Studios

Get giddy and feed all your TV and movie delights with a trip to Universal Studios. Home to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and the exciting Jurassic World ride, the theme park at Universal Studios is enough to leave you breathless. While rollercoasters and rides are part of the fun, it's also a working studio, allowing you to get acquainted with behind-the-scenes action.

Sunset strip

When the sun melts in mind-blowing colours, there's one place that is guaranteed to give you a wild night out - Sunset Strip. Synonymous with musical history, this is where you will find those iconic venues like Roxy Theater, Whiskey a go go, and The Viper Room. If you don't want your ears ringing from rock and roll, it's also the home of world famous stand-up comedy and comes laced with the best places to eat, drink, and mingle.

Griffith Park

Escape the city and take a walk on the wilder side as you head east of Santa Monica and to Griffith Park. The largest park in the city and covering over four thousand acres, Griffith Park makes you feel stashed in the mountains. Scenic drives, hearty hikes, and visiting the Griffith Observatory should all be on the cards. It's also home to the Los Angeles Zoo, The Autry Museum of the American West, miles of bikes trails, and the iconic Merry-Go-Round which was Walt Disney's inspiration for Disneyland.

The Getty Center

Los Angeles is all about art and nowhere captures that better than the beloved Getty Center. Set in a striking sprawling castle-like building atop the hills, not only do you get panoramic views from every angle of this marble building but you may walk through its gorgeous gardens and a wealth of wonderful art. Blending both modern and ancient moods, few galleries in the world can boast such a varied collection comprised of different time periods. For art aficionados, head down to the Getty Villa in Malibu for antiquities, The Broad in Downtown LA for contemporary art, or the Los Angeles Museum of Art for a mix of local to international exhibits.

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