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Los Angeles
Los Angeles
#About the Biggest City on the West Coast of the United States

Nicknamed the City of Angeles, Los Angeles is the largest city on the West Coast of the United States, and the second largest city in the country. This is the main city in California, a huge urban area and the large commercial centers, entertainment centers, and industrial venues.

Indeed, the abbreviated name of this huge city, L.A, is indeed a huge volume and spread over an endless area. In its area, you will find the famous Hollywood district, the area where the great studios of the United States were born and where the world's most successful film industry developed. Here we produce the best box office and film blockbusters in the world of film and film. That's why Los Angeles is also called the entertainment capital of the world. Statistics show that one out of every six residents here is employed in the entertainment industry.

but. LA is not just Hollywood. In addition to the studios, star houses and Hollywood memorial sites, you can find many other attractions in Los Angeles, including beautiful parks, charming beaches, beautiful views and spectacular international museums, many of which asked for free admission.

And where there is money, there are also great places of entertainment. Angelinus, the city's residents, likes to spend time doing it well. In Los Angeles, there are quite a few great restaurants and food legends that have become successful all over the US, along with nightlife sites and places where you can pass unforgettable evenings.

See all the attractions by clicking on the tag "Los Angeles".

#Must See Sites

Want to see the most popular destinations? - Click on the tag "Must See in Los Angeles".

#With Children

Family Vacation? - Click on the tag "Attractions for Children in Los Angeles".



As can be expected from a cultural city like Los Angeles, there is a rich culinary variety in the city. You will see restaurants and fast food establishment of hot Mexican food, traditional American food, Italian pasta and pizzas, Chinese and Japanese restaurants from the far east. There will also be Brazilian BBQ, Indian, Russian, Thai food and more.

Looking for an unforgettable meal? - click on the tag, "Must eat in Los Angeles".


In restaurants and pubs in the United States and Canada, it is customary to give a 10% - 15% tip from the check.

In the United States, it is also customary to give taxi drivers 15% of the total bill. You should leave the minimum tip, even if the service was not great.

#United States Country Code



In Los Angeles, there are many places that have free entrance. Others have certain days in which entrance is free, mostly on the first Sunday of each month. You can see the information in the Tips sections of each place, or check the tag "Free" or the tag "Free Days".


Los Angeles is a playground for shopping lovers. The luxury shopping area is between the three streets Santa Monica, Wilshire, and Crescent.

For great shopping locations click on the tag "Shopping in Los Angeles".


Great recommended entertainment places - click on the tag "Entertainment in Los Angeles".

#Electric Outlets

The required types of plugs are Types A and B.

A taste of the upcoming trip? - Here's a video that will show you the city in all its beauty:


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Hollywood Bowl
Hollywood Bowl
#About the Wonderful Acoustic Shell

About 17,000 seats await you at the famous Hollywood Bowl Amphitheater, which hosts hundreds of concerts and diverse music events each year and serves as the home of the Hollywood Bowl and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.

Over the years, many famous artists have appeared here, such as The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, The Doors, Elton John and many others.

The amphitheater was built in 1922 and to this day it looks more or less the same. It is built on the hills of Hollywood, not far above which stands the famous Hollywood sign. The shell that was built on the stage was built by architect Lloyd Wright. Although it was a great acoustic success, the audience did not like it, especially because it looked too modern for its environment.

In 1929 the dome, which became the symbol of the place, was built in the form of a large white hemisphere. When sounds like the movements of cars and airplanes increased over the years and hindered performances there, great efforts were made to improve the acoustics of the dome. In 2004, the new and larger dome that you see today was also presented. Inside it is a large ring on which the lighting and amplification equipment are installed for performances and television cameras. In addition, the rear wall that "breaks" the shape of the ball has been added to the dome over the years.
Dodger Stadium
Dodger Stadium
#About the Baseball Stadium of Los Angeles

The Dodger Stadium, opened in 1962, serves the Los Angeles Dodgers Group. It was built in less than three years and the cost of its construction, which was financed by private sources, totaled $23 million. In fact, it is one of the most famous stadiums in the US and worldwide and the largest in the American MLB League.

A lot of important and decisive games have taken place here - from famous boxing matches to football games, performances and the baseball games for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.

#History of the Stadium's Construction

In the mid-1950's, the president of the Brooklyn Dodgers group, Walter O'Malley, tried to build a stadium in Brooklyn's New York district but could not reach an agreement with city officials to buy the land. In the end, the deal with the city of Los Angeles took place.

The land was purchased from the owners and residents of Los Angeles by the city of Los Angeles, which planned to develop a public housing project here, including two dozen 13-story buildings and more than 160 two-story homes. This is in addition to the college and playgrounds and schools that were rebuilt.

Before the start of construction of the housing project the political climate changed drastically. This happened after Norris Paulson was elected mayor of Los Angeles in 1953. After his election, public housing proposals and projects such as "Ellisian Park Heights" lost most of their support. After lengthy negotiations, the city sold the land in question at a price significantly lower than the original price. The land was purchased with a commitment that it would be used for a public purpose - building a stadium for the city, which was Dodger Stadium.
La Brea Tar Pits
La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
#Enter the World of Ancient Animals

The La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, both fascinating and stunning in their history, are surrounded by gardens and paths and are in the heart of the bustling city.

This is one of the most special places in the world. The famous tar pits of Los Angeles have existed there for tens of thousands of years. Over the years, mammoths and other animals that lived about 11,000 years ago have been caught in the wild Los Angeles area of ​​those days. In the pits fossils were created, from which we learned quite a bit about what happened here in the past. Over 3,000,000 fossils and artifacts are displayed or stored in the museum, for research purposes and for visitors.

The burning pits of the tar, from which the scientists of the place annually remove more and more remnants of ancient animals, teach about the life that existed here tens of thousands of years ago. The tar is usually covered with dust, leaves or water.

You can see the work of the scientists and work on the site, tour the active sites in the area, experience a variety of activities at the museum, watch the active tar pits and explore the pleasant gardens with seating areas and ancient animal statues.

Mammoths, tigers, giant lizards - remains of hundreds of ancient animals that sank millions of years ago in tar and since the 18th-century scientists have been working hard to expose to the public. In the exhibition halls you can also see fossils and skeletons and the exhibits here are updated regularly.

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Camarillo Premium Outlets
Camarillo Premium Outlet
#About the Shopping Center Near Los Angeles for Savings

Camarillo Premium Outlets is a sort of village for cheap stores, located near the famous Route 1. About a half hour north of Los Angeles.

With more than 150 factory and outlet stores, Camarillo Premium Outlets is the best for attractive prices. The outlets here offer a variety of brands, like Calvin Klein, Barneys, Diesel, and more.

There are great prices here and a nice shopping experience. Camarillo Premium Outlets is great in combining cheap fashion at great prices. There is a system to the stores, starting from more popular stores and inexpensive, leading to the famous luxury brands- at decent prices.


Try and stay up to date with the discounts and sales at the stores through the website of the outlet.

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Universal City Walk
Universal City Walk
#About the Festive Shopping Promenade and Entertainment for the Whole Family

Universal City Walk is a long promenade that has shopping and entertainment. Its location is right next to the Universal Studios amusement park. This ties the Universal City Walk for what happens in the successful park dedicated to cinema.

So, if you live by the cinema, and like the popular merchandise for movies, this is the right place for you. The Universal City Walk offers dozens of stores, all having to do with cinema and the world of movies.

Imagine a vibrant and lively area, with my stores, merchandise and clothes from famous Hollywood movies. Around you will be surrounded by street artists performing live shows. In the City Walk there are also a variety of souvenirs stores from movies. There are movies theaters around, clubs, bars, pubs, cafes, and restaurants. Everything is in one street, lit up, colorful and large, just like America knows to offer.


The prices here are not very expensive, but they are not cheap either.

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Citadel Outlets
Citadel Outlets
#About the Small Shopping Center with the Large Discounts

Citadel Outlets is an outlet mall in California, located not far away from Los Angeles center. This is a small shopping mall with large discounts, a place that offers cheap shopping for the residents of California, and its visitors.

The entrance to the mall reminds of an ancient temple, and the place itself is designed as a castle from the Victorian period. This is an outdoor shopping mall, with outlet store by famous and known brands, that drastically discount prices.

Among the 40 or so outlet stores by different brands, you will find here large commercial centers for H&M, Adidas, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, GAP, Banana Republic, United Colors of Benetton, and more.

For those planning to spend here a long time, in addition to the stores, there are great restaurants and cafes.


There is an organized shuttle here from most hotels for a fee, check at your reception.

Parking is free.

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Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse
Off Broadway Shoes
#About the Shopping Promenade

Looking for designer shoes at great prices?

Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse is a huge shoe warehouse, that offers every possible kind of shoe available, and especially low prices.

People say that at Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse you can find any style of shoe you can dream of, at prices that are hard to compete with. The advantage of this company is its huge size, which lowers the cost per shoe, even for luxury brands, to decent prices, whereas elsewhere they are sold for much more.

With the discount prices of about 25%-60% off from in other stores, and an additional 10% off for returning customers, you can enjoy great deals for shoes. Add the huge variety of thousands of shoes for women, men, sports, children shoes, to create the ultimate shoe temple.

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Desert Hills Premium Outlets
Desert Hills Outlets
#About the Outlets Discount Luxury Brands

Desert Hills Premium Outlets is a little village of outlets. Here you can find luxury brands from past seasons, and surplus merchandise. Here everything is sold at a great price, which gives the option for everyone to buy from the most well-known brands - at great prices.

Among the luxury brands sold here, you can find stores for Gucci, Prada, Burberry, Furla, and more.


To not miss the sales and discounts, check the outlet website ahead of time (link attached below), by the stores you are interested in going to.

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The Grove
#About the Cool Shopping Center of Los Angeles

Like many of the malls in modern cities, in Los Angeles as well, the malls are all covered. But The Grove is the exception, since it is an open mall, a secret part of its magic.

In the center of The Grove stands a large dancing fountain, where various water performances take place every evening. Although there are only 50 stores here, there are a wide range of stores, including Apple, Abercrombie & Fitch, Barney's New York and more.

In the complex there is a train that rotates all the time. The Grove also has a successful movie theater, a farmers' market, and a large Christmas tree is set up in Christmas. Many people in the city, among them many celebrities who are often followed by paparazzi photographers, come here to see, to be seen, to eat, to buy and often enjoy these open performances, which are offered here to visitors.

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#About the Quarter

The city's business and government district, Downtown, is one of the areas declared as a historic park. At the end of the 19th century, the Mexican settlement of Los Angeles was established in this area. Who then thought that years later it would become one of the largest and most prominent cities in the United States.

Today, most of the city's regional and municipal structures are concentrated in this area, which constitutes an urban and financial center and home to various ethnic neighborhoods. In addition, the area has enjoyed an impressive culinary boom in recent years - a lot of new and creative restaurants that emphasize local produce have been opened, the popular bars are full especially in the evening, and plenty of inviting food stands.

If you start walking around a bit, you can see various points of interest: the impressive city hall (yes, the one that became a star in Superman's film), the Union Railway Station (which also became a set in films like Blade Runner, The Italian Job and Pearl Harbor). Here you can also see MOCA Museum branches, Little Tokyo and Chinatown.

Traveling around downtown:

Little Tokyo
#About the Quarter that Resembles Tokyo

Little Tokyo, the Japanese Quarter and the heart of the Japanese community in the city, is the region of the city where Japanese immigrants arrived in the region in 1910. Today, too, the Quarter preserves Japanese features in the design of houses and streets and the behavior of its residents. Despite the fact that today they do not live there, and it is more used for Japanese businesses and culture in the city.

Here lived since the Japanese population, which was deported, humiliated and imprisoned during World War II, in special camps, mainly for fear of treason. Their property was confiscated then, but at the end of the war, the Japanese residents of the quarter returned and resettled there.

Today it is concentrated in the flourishing Japanese-American community district of Los Angeles. There are those who claim that here is the largest concentration of Japanese outside of Japan. Here are the institutions that serve them, Japanese shopping centers and restaurants, as well as bookstores selling Japanese books and manga, which are Japanese comics.

Here also there are celebrations of the Japanese-American community of the city, such as the Spring Festival held in April and May, each year.

A wonderful Japanese garden is found in James Irwine Park, on the west side of San Pedro Street.

Among the attractions of the neighborhood are the Japanese American Museum, the Japanese-American Cultural Center and the Los Angeles Public Library, which focuses on American-Japanese history and culture.

One of the experiences here is to eat ramen soup at one of the best local restaurants.

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The Streets of Little Tokyo:

Runyon Canyon Park
#About the Hollywood Park that Allows you to Walk in Nature

Runyon Canyon Park is actually a piece of nature in the heart of Hollywood. Environmental sculptures, the park, and the viewpoints, make it particularly charming and one of the most popular hiking spots in the city.

Be sure to get dressed comfortably, as this walkway that crosses Mount Hollywood will require quite a bit of effort. There are a variety of routes with different steepness, and different levels of difficulty.

The highlight of this place is undoubtedly the view from the top. Beautiful Los Angeles will be revealed to you in all its splendor - including Sunset Boulevard and the famous icon of Hollywood.

Dogs here are guests of honor, and their owners can let them roam free. This is also why sometimes you can see here celebrities who come here with their dogs. Also, occasionally you will see groups of people here in yoga or Tai Chi classes, as they sometimes take place here - free of charge.


Consider getting to the park by taxi because the parking around the climbing route is reserved for the residents of the area.

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City Hall
#About the City Hall that Starred in a Blockbuster

The City Hall of Los Angeles is in the Civic Center. The skyscraper was built in 1928 in the Art Deco style and is 138 meters high, with 28 floors.

The Mayor of Los Angeles arrives at his office here on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:00 am. On the 17th floor there is an open public view from Monday to Friday at the opening hours.

Remember, by the way, the scenes of the editorial board of the newspaper "Daily Planet" by Lois Lane and Clark Kent from the movie "Superman"? So yes, this building starred in the film and served as a backdrop for quite a few scenes.

In 1976 the building was declared a historic-cultural monument of Los Angeles.

A Closer Look at Los Angeles City Hall:

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
#About the Cabrillo Aquarium

The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium shows the sea life of Southern California. The Aquarium is near the beach, and is a place to learn about the tides. On top of its exhibits, it also offers classes and group sessions for groups and schools - there is a strong emphasis on education, and the aquarium is operated by the Department of Parks and Recreation of Los Angeles.

The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium was established in 1935, as a collection of samples of ocean life, a sort of small museum on the Cabrillo beach. In 1949, John Olguin, in charge of the lifeguards at Cabrillo Beach, was appointed museum manager. It became a popular aquarium by opening the place for spontaneous tours for groups and schools, and began evening curriculum of watching different mating habits of the different sea life.

In 1981 the museum moved to a new building, designed by Frank Gehry. The old building closed. During the 1990's the museum turned into an aquarium, mainly to emphasize its sea life collections. In 2004 a research center was added to the aquarium, and today there is an indoor and outdoor display area, an auditorium, labs, and offices.

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Grammy Museum
#About the Museum of Music

The Grammy Museum is a relatively new attraction since it opened in 2008. It offers an interactive experience, where you can learn about the various genres of music. It is located in downtown Los Angeles and you can see here objects of artists, there were used during various Grammy evenings throughout the ages - sheets of paper with the lyrics of their songs, suits and costumes, musical instruments and more.

The museum aims to provide a unique learning opportunity for anyone interested in the creative and technological processes of recording the history of the Grammy Awards. It also tries to inspire the next
generation to explore and create new forms of music by recognizing its roots and bases.

The museum also offers artistic programs with various hip-hop and jazz artists, and there are quite a few activities for children, students, tourists and anyone interested.
Melrose Ave
#About the Real Life Melrose Ave

It is no coincident that the name Melrose Ave is familiar to you. This is the name of the famous TV show, Melrose Place, that was filmed here and became a famous shopping center, especially because of the attractive prices that it offers locals and tourists. Most of the locals that come here are young adults and teenagers.

Melrose Ave is actually a large shopping avenue, where you can find everything - starting from vintage clothing stores and luxury items, named brands, alternative stores, record stores, and galleries.

In Melrose Ave, you will find stores with medium to cheap prices. For those interested in more luxury brands, there is the more expensive area a little after Fairfax Ave. There are stores like Dash, the Kardashian's family store.

Among the stores, you can see the local cafes and the residents that leisurely pass their time. More in the avenue - art galleries, theaters, pubs, and restaurants.


There is no train on this avenue, and you welcome to get a taxi or order an Uber.

Be sure not to miss the Pink Hotdog located on the corner of a Brea Avenue.

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3rd Street Promenade
#About the Boardwalk of Santa Monica

The coastal city of Santa Monica is a perfect place for a family trip as it has a combination of parameters that make it a particularly pleasant place - the comfortable Los Angeles weather, the relaxing beach and ... Shopping!

The 3rd Street Promenade, which is actually a pedestrian mall within the city, is a prestigious dining and entertainment area, but one you will not want to give up. The promenade is full of clothing stores, boutique stores and souvenirs, familiar chains and more. Quite a few visitors come here to buy, or just hang out and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the place. Do not be surprised if you meet street artists who show you their best talents in energetic, colorful street performances.

On Saturdays and Wednesdays there is a farmers' market with organic products.
Mulholland Drive
#About the Street Famous from Movies

There are not many ways in the world that appear in movies and series and songs are written about. The excellent film by director and creator David Lynch, called "Mulholland Drive," perpetuates one of these - "Mulholland Drive" is one of the famous ways of Hollywood.

Indeed, the length of the famous road, "Mulholland Drive," is about 30 kilometers. This road extends from the mountainous eastern side of Santa Monica, through the Hollywood Hills where the famous Hollywood Sign is also located. It is one of the most beautiful roads of Los Angeles and offers spectacular views of the illuminated city, especially at night.

On the way there are a few stopping points where you can get an impression of the scenery, both day and night.

Mulholland Drive was paved in 1942 and after being filmed in countless movies and TV series, it is considered one of the most popular tourist destinations in Los Angeles.

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A Typical Mulholland Drive House:


Movie Trailer from Mulholland Drive:

Dolby Theatre
#About the Place Where the Oscar Awards are Distributed

Since its opening in 2001, the Dolby Theater, formerly known as the Kodak Theater, has hosted the annual and glamorous Oscar ceremony. Then all the great Hollywood filmmakers come here and present themselves to dozens of cameras and photographers, interested in every detail, including personal or at least gossip.

The rest of the year it serves as a hall for performances, official ceremonies, concerts, reality shows, "America's Got Talent" and dance performances. It is located in Hollywood in the Highland entertainment complex on Hollywood Boulevard and North Highland Avenue.

In its external design, this theater is misleading. Although it was designed and built at the beginning of the 21st century, its façade is much more typical of the architecture of the 1920's and the 20th century.

The interior design of the theater includes decorated columns displaying the names of the films entitled "Best Films." There are quite a few places for future winners of this prize.

On other evenings, by the way, it is hard to recognize that here is the sparkling ceremony for the entire world to see. A few days before the glittering Oscar event, a golden cloak covers the theater. The sign is replaced in the Dolby Theater, and the corridors and steps to the building are covered with the famous red carpet.

Tickets for a guided tour of the Oscar Hall and the rest of the building from inside can be purchased at the ticket office.

A closer look at the hall itself:


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And a 360-degree view of the Oscar red carpet:

Original Farmers Market
#About the Classic Farmers' Market of Los Angeles

The Original Farmers Market was born in 1934 from 18 farmers who wanted to sell their produce during the Great Depression. They converged on Wilshire Boulevard and gradually the place became popular and the market expanded.

Even if initially in the small market mainly fruits and vegetables were sold, gradually joined more and more suppliers who came to sell from their produce. In time, food stalls, buffets, restaurants and coffee shops joined the market, selling dishes from different styles, such as European-style burgers, Mexican tacos, BBQ, sandwiches, salads and more.

Today there are also boutique shops in the market.


The square has a pleasant green tram that surrounds it and young children enjoy it very much.

A Closer Look at the Los Angeles Farmers' Market:

Venice Canals Walkway
The Queen Mary
Topanga State Park
The Watts Towers

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