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- Anaheim Convention Center
- Staples Center
- Los Angeles Convention Center
- Griffith Observatory
- Disneyland® Park
- Santa Monica Pier
- Hollywood Walk of Fame
- Disney California Adventure® Park
- Universal Studios Hollywood®
- Knott's Berry Farm
- Santa Monica Beach
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- Muscle Beach Venice
- Universal CityWalk
- Downtown Disney® District
- Rose Bowl
- University of Southern California
- West Los Angeles
Hotels in Los Angeles, United States of America
Still the world’s entertainment capital, Hollywood, with its three famous boulevards, is LA’s must-see destination. Its three boulevards, Sunset with its amazing nightlife, Hollywood for the history of the industry, and Melrose Avenue for its exclusive shops, give the flavour of the district, and the Universal Studios tour is a chance to spot celebrities as well as to enjoy its world-class theme park. Beverly Hills
The homes of the stars and Rodeo Drive’s exquisite rows of famous-name, outrageously expensive boutiques give unbeatable real estate and fashion window-shopping opportunities. Guided tours point out who lives where in the exclusive enclaves, and lunch in one of the quarter’s Japanese restaurants is a gourmet experience. Santa Monica
If beach life is a crucial part of your holiday plans, follow the locals to gorgeous Santa Monica Beach with its traditional pier, boardwalk, beachside restaurants, street entertainers, and summer events and activities. Shop in Montana Avenue’s quaint boutiques or learn the art of the flying trapeze just off the pier. Eating and drinking and shopping nearbyEverything from fast foods through international cuisine, typical American grills, and steakhouses, to the pinnacle of fine dining at swanky eateries is found here, giving LA its reputation as a top US city for foodies. Its variety of ethnicities has given rise to authentic, inexpensive diners offering traditional foods at great prices, and there’s no shortage of vegetarian, vegan, and New Age cuisine as well. The latest LA innovation is the gourmet food truck, now supporting everything from Asian and European cuisine, to traditional US diner-style feastsPublic transportArrivals in LA have a great choice of air, Greyhound bus, Amtrak train, and self drive but, once in the city, they’ll find that the public transport network can’t quite cope with demand, especially at peak times. LA’s freeway snarl-ups are legendary, and bus transportation off the main tourist trail can be sparse. The new metro is useful as it extends to suburban areas through major tourism hubs but for extensive travel, renting a car is your best bet.
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