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#About the Place Where you Make a Movie

Hollywood, the famous neighborhood in Los Angeles is known as the center of the American film industry, which made its name, "Hollywood," the concept of the American film industry as a whole.

Hollywood is full of studios, photo sets, celebrities, players' agencies, luxury cars, paparazzi photographers, big and famous celebs and early-stage players who come here to try their luck in the illusion industry.

So Hollywood is the popular cultural center of the United States, but it is first of all the home and workplace of many of its film industry workers, feel free to explore the neighborhoods and enter the cafes, restaurants, museums and its many shops.


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Griffith Park
Griffith Park
#About the Park Overlooking Los Angeles

In the heart of Los Angeles is Griffith Park, a vast park rich in vegetation and nature. It is no accident that the locals call it the "Central Park of LA," since it is a huge urban park.

Located on the hills of Los Angeles, Griffith Park offers wonderful views over the Hollywood landscape.

The park has official hiking trails, with difficulty levels and a variety of trails that will lead you to the peaks of its various hills. In the park you will enjoy the possibilities of riding bicycles and horses, plenty of picnic areas, a swimming pool, sporting fields and whatnot.

Children's attractions are also not lacking here. The little ones will be able to board a miniature train, ride ponies, visit the zoo and botanical garden in the park. If you and the spectators are interested, go to the Griffith Observatory and be impressed by the spectacular view of the sky and the universe, an experience that at night is even more special.

In the park try to get to the area called Fern Dell, a shady and pleasant area with magical waterfalls.
Mann's Chinese Theater
Mann's Chinese Theater
#About the Location of the Handprints of Stars

How exciting to know that where you stand stood many of the stars you are used to seeing on television and film. In this very place, the Mann's Chinese Theater, more than 150 stars with their handprints in cement, from Shirley Temple to Nicholas Cage.

This site is one of the most prominent symbols of Hollywood Boulevard.

The entire architectural structure is impressive, but pay special attention to the front of the building, which is decorated in the style of an ancient Chinese temple. Every year new stars are invited to accept the status and leave their heritage at the entrance to the theater.

If you arrive in the morning you will be able to see the handprints clearly and take pictures with them properly. By the way, quite a few premieres are held here, so do not be surprised if you come here on one of the evenings and suddenly you will find yourself as part of the fans who came to cheer up the actors. In fact, almost no Hollywood actor has not stepped on the red carpet permanently placed at the entrance to this theater.

The Chinese theater has been a movie theater for years, beginning in 1927, and many premieres were screened there. You will also be able to see the latest and most recent movies. Here, the area's cleaning workers also brush the concrete plates and iron hoops.

In the past it was said, that "not seeing Chinese theater while visiting Los Angeles is like visiting China without seeing the Great Wall."

#Detective mission

Can you find out who has a particularly large shoe size?

Jennifer Aniston Makes her Mark:


Marilyn Monroe Makes her Mark:

El Pueblo
El Pueblo
#The Park that Perpetuates the History of the City of Angels

So right, many of the tourists who come to Los Angeles are naturally drawn to the more glamorous parts of the area. But the truth is that in downtown Los Angeles, too, there are points worth considering. One of them is the historic park to El Pueblo, which covers 180 hectares.

In the park you can learn about the early days of the glorious city, then it was still a modest settlement and not a huge and powerful metropolis. Here you can see the historical buildings that were preserved from the early days of the city, which was actually founded in 1781. 44 American settlers came here after a journey of more than 1,600 kilometers (from northern Mexico) and established an agricultural community that is going to be the city of Los Angeles. Learn about the different cultures of the American, Spaniards, Anglo-Saxons, Mexicans, Chinese, Italians and French - all who contributed to the early history of the city, and note the Mexican style that governs the design and planning of the buildings.

One of the area's main attractions is Olvera Street. It is a narrow little street that was restored in 1930 and turned into a Mexican market. The entire street is full of shops and stalls with Mexican handicrafts - from leather belts and handbags to decorated Mexican dishes. In the compound you can also see some churches, a fire department, theater and more.

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Must See in Los Angeles

Getty Museum
Getty Museum
#About the Getty Museum

The Getty Museum is one of the city's most impressive museums. The museum opened in 1997 and bears the name of philanthropist Paul Getty, who loved art and wanted to allow the public to enjoy and experience the pleasure of it. It is located on a mountain peak, which can only be reached by trains carrying visitors from the bottom of the hill.

The Getty Museum opened in 1974 in a house known today as "Getty Villa" and is still a museum in its own right.

Getty was one of the richest Americans and established quite a few important institutions, including the Research Institute and the Conservation Center and the Foundation in his honor. In his lifetime he collected many diverse items, including antiques and paintings, photographs, sculptures and prints that are still exhibited in the museum. In 1982, after receiving $1.2 billion from the Getty Heritage, the place became the richest museum in the world. About 1.3 million people visit the museum every year and it is one of the most popular museums in the United States.

#What Do You See Here?

Today you can see a variety of artworks in the museum. Among them are ancient Roman and Greek works, classical and modern art, medieval and Renaissance paintings and sculptures, 18th-century European furniture and paintings by well-known European painters.

In 1983, the museum purchased 144 illustrated medieval manuscripts from the Ludwig collection in Aachen, which was in financial trouble. The collection is said to be "one of the finest collections and certainly the most important of those that were privately owned." You can still see it in the museum.

#The Structure of the Museum and its Surroundings

The whole place is also an architectural masterpiece, at the head of a hill overlooking the spectacular views of Los Angeles. It was designed by architect Richard Mayer, commissioned by the foundation that received Getty's estate.

More from the museum is the educational center located in Malibu, dedicated to the culture and art of Greece, Rome and ancient Arturia. In addition to conventional art in museums such as paintings, sculptures and architecture, the museum also offers musical performances and concerts. Many do picnics in the surrounding lawns and gardens. The museum building is very impressive and it is recommended to stroll through the sculpture garden next to it. Also note the landscaped gardens surrounding the museum.


Entrance to the museum is free.

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#About the World Famous Amusement Park

The Disneyland of Los Angeles opened in 1955 and is, just like Disneylands in other countries, home to the Walt Disney cartoon characters. Here you will not only see the characters' walking and taking pictures with children, but a whole show full of stunts and advanced technology. One of the most beautiful shows here is the "It's a Small World" ride - be sure do not miss it. The park has dozens of rides, castles, performances, shopping, parades and hours of pure pleasure.

The whole complex is actually built in the shape of a star, so you can easily explore it and go to different parts of the park: Adventureland, the land of the Wild West, the land of legends, Tomorrowland, and more.

The number of visitors who arrived here today exceeds 650 million.

#History of the Park

Disneyland Park where you stand now was actually the first one built in 1955.

The idea of ​​the park was founded by Walt Disney, who was then the owner of one of the most successful film companies in Hollywood. At the time, he visited various theme parks in the 1930's and 1940's. He had the desire to build an amusement park for the whole family, which would provide a sense of a traveling circus, without the negative elements, which would provide both adults and children with pleasure. It was a time when quite a few people visited his studios and were eager to meet the characters who were drawn from the famous films.

So the initial idea was to open the park near the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, so that visitors could be photographed with the statues of characters from movies. After he began to think about the subject in depth, he realized that the space offered to him was too small to implement what he imagined, especially because he expected the demand for the park to be very large.

In 1953 he bought the territories that are here, in Los Angeles and opened it to the general public two years later. The cost of its construction was $17 million for the park's initial phase.

By the way, as expected, the opening day of the park did not register as a spectacular success. Although the event was closed to guests only, many people forged invitations and entered anyway. The lines were long and hard. It was a very hot day, and due to the strike by all the plumbers in the area, the weather-dried faucets could not be repaired. Beyond that, there was still wet tar on the sidewalks, causing some of the visitors to get stuck in them.

The criticism that was published the next day was severe and Disney was forced to make a new opening day in order to allow journalists to enjoy the experience, and correct the harsh criticism.
Hollywood Wax Museum
Hollywood Wax Museum
#About the Wax Museum of the Movie Industry

Do you dream of photos or a selfie with famous Hollywood stars? Then you are in the right place. Here the biggest Hollywood stars await, and none of them would say no to a photo with you.

It may be off that not far away from the museum is the famous Madame Tussauds, that has almost the same content. However, in Hollywood, there is a place for stars everywhere, even if it is a little repetitive.

Here you can see figures made from the wax of famous personalities from around the world, and to differentiate from Madame Tussauds - here you can see only Hollywood stars, real celebrities. Exact and precise work has brought about the recreation of hundreds of known stars - Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, George Clooney, and more. There are about 220 wax figures of the world stage, those loved from the cinema world.

The museum was opened in 1965 by the entrepreneur Spoony Singh, and is the oldest wax museum in the United States. Even after Singh's retirement, the Hollywood's wax tradition was maintained by his sons and grandchildren, who continue to uphold the museum. In 2012 the family was declared as Hollywood heroes by the Hollywood Trade Commerce, for the generous support and contribution to the Hollywood community. The different wax figures here continue to change and adapt today.

A Closure Look at the Figures:

Griffith Observatory
Griffith Observatory
#About Los Angeles' Observatory and Planetarium

On a green hill, overlooking Hollywood from high up, and the stars from below, is Griffith Observatory, located on the top part of Griffith Park. With over one million visitors each year, this is the most visited observatory in the world.

Griffith Observatory will take you on an exciting adventure to the solar system and around the whole world. The round, white building can be seen from different points in Los Angeles, and on the weekends gets really crowded.

The observatory was built in Griffith Park by Colonel and astronomy enthusiast, Griffith Jenkins Griffith. His dream was to make the stars reachable for everyone, and not only scientists. This is the reason the entrance to the observatory is free, and has been this way since its establishment in 1935. Griffith's donation money ensure that the entire park around the observation would be named after him. About 10 years ago, the building was renovated at a cost of about $35 million.

In 2006, after renovations that cost about $93 million that lasted 4 years, the observatory was re-opened, with a sophisticated planetarium and small theater, a Foucault pendulum, and fantastic telescope, theater, and more. In the galleries there are scientific exhibits that help understand the sky, solar system, and earth.

In the great musical "La La Land," the famous observatory was one of the most prominent and beautiful locations for the shootings, where the romantic couple spent time. It has been commemorated in many movies, and it even has a monument for the actor James Dean, who filmed here a famous knife fight scene in his famous movie, "Rebel Without a Cause." Besides looking at the sky and stars, the observatory is a great place to look over the Hollywood Sign, as well as a viewpoint for all of Los Angeles.


Entrance to the observatory is free, and on weekends can get crowded - try coming here on the weekdays.

The view from here over Los Angeles is great, especially in the evening houses with the lights spread across the city.

A Closer Look at Griffith Observatory:


Walt Disney Concert Hall
Walt Disney Concert Hall
#About the Concert Hall

If you are Disney or music fan - this is the place that perfectly combines the two. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is the home of the Philharmonic Symphony of Los Angeles and is a part of the complex for stage arts of Los Angeles.

Here you can see many different concerts - starting from classical music, and jazz, and other worldly tunes. Many times there are special showings here of movies with live music, performed by very talents musicians. There are also free concerts that take place here.

The hall itself is incredible, with outstanding acoustics. It is well designed, and impressive inside and out. The hall itself looks like a huge sailing boat. It was established in 2003, after 16 years of planning by architect Frank Gehry (the same man who designed the famous Guggenheim Museum).

You are welcome to come for guided tours that the hall offers, however, if you want to see the main hall you will need to purchase tickets to one of the shows.

A View from Above:

Hollywood Walk of Fame
#About the Place Where you Can See all the Stars

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the places to visit in Los Angeles. It is located between Hollywood Avenue and Wayne Street in California. The boulevard was created by the artist Oliver Weismuller, whose goal was to upgrade Hollywood a little.

The names of over 2,500 entertainment artists are here, and all have been honored for the significant contribution they have made to the entertainment industry. Each star has a pink mosaic with a bronze frame. Inside is the name of the winner and underneath it one of the five symbols symbolizing in what way they contributed to the entertainment industry: film, television, music, radio or theater.

Each year, potential stars are announced on May 31. The Star Avenue Council holds the annual meeting in June to select the people that will receive a star the following year. These council members, by the way, are not known to the public, and this is also the reason why the electoral system is so secretive.

Each name listed here has undergone a complex application approval process. This is why it is also interesting to read on the Hollywood Walk of Fame website stories about the various celebrities who came here for the awards ceremony. The ceremonies are open to the general public. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the twin television stars were the youngest to receive a star - at the age of 17.

One of the most common phenomena here is to see tourists clinging to the name of a star of someone they really admire and taking a picture with their star. Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Alfred Hitchcock, Marilyn Monroe, and Harrison Ford and even cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse and Pooh the Bear. You can find them all here.

#Stars and Criminals on the Avenue of Stars

The boulevard is being strengthened by the Historic Foundation of Hollywood. Every star who wants to see their name on the boulevard undertakes to attend the ceremony for up to five years from the date of the declaration and pay $15,000 to the fund for expenses (such as securing the ceremony). This amount is usually paid by movie studios and record companies as part of advertising costs. Sometimes the fan clubs pay the price - or the stars themselves.

Despite the meticulous care and maintenance, eight cases of theft of stars from the boulevard have occurred. In October 2016, it was vandalized with a hammer, the Donald Trump's star was stolen in the midst of the US presidential election campaign, which was destroyed by Jamie Otis, an ordinary man who pretended to be the mayor of Los Angeles.

In 1978 Los Angeles declared the boulevard as having cultural and historical significance.

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Guinness World Records Museum
#About the Museum that Commemorates the Biggest Records in History

Who did not grow up on the amazing book series, the Guinness World Records? We all remember waiting for the yearly book, and the curiosity about the interesting and fascinating things to be learned, that the book shows.

The Guinness World Records Museum, just like the books, is the place where the best world records are displayed.

The museum was opened to the public in 1991, and has since displayed many records: the largest pizza ever baked, the fastest runner, the tallest man, the shortest women, and more. At this fun family attraction you can compare your weight to that of the heaviest man on Earth, try to break the record for the longest jump, compare your height to the tallest man on Earth, and more.

The achievements that you can seen here have to do with many different fields: sports, space, animals, human achievements, and more. All these are displayed using fun interactive games and trivia, photo galleries and movies.

Guinness Museum for Children:

Santa Monica Pier
#About the Pleasant Coastal Town

Along the Pacific Ocean stands Santa Monica, a beautiful and quiet beach town with a pleasant promenade, restaurants and cafés where many sit, volleyball courts with amateur and sometimes professional players, a children's playground and a "chess park" reminiscent of the square Washington Square in New York.

The beaches of Santa Monica are certainly known from the movies and series that are filmed here and include scenes filled with young surfers, shapely rescuers, pristine beaches with a lonely lifeguard hut, plenty of sun, sea, and sunshine.

Santa Monica itself was established in 1886 and named after the mother of Augustine - the Christian Santa Monica.

Its almost Mediterranean climate and exact location made it one of the most recognized and leading places among vacationers in the early 20th century. As a result of the growing numbers of tourists here, the city experienced a significant flowering during the 1980's. Pedestrians can enjoy the pleasant promenade, where shops and restaurants, designer stalls, street performances and what not, are located. You can also rent hiking or cycling equipment and children will enjoy the Pacific Park amusement park on the pier.

In the Hippodrome lies the legendary turnstile which is housed in a structure with a unique design from the past of Santa Monica. If you have time to get on it - it's a memento from other times, especially naive and nostalgic.

Santa Monica Tour:

#About the Museum of Art of Los Angeles

With a collection of more than 135,000 objects representing 6,000 years of history, from new and unexpected perspectives, the LACMA, the Los Angeles County Museum, seems to be the largest museum in the western United States.

Since its establishment in 1965, this museum has been dedicated to the collection of important works of art from different periods and cultures, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of Los Angeles and its diverse population.

The museum's mission is to serve the public by collecting, preserving, displaying and interpreting significant works of art from a wide variety of cultures and historical periods, and by translating these collections into meaningful, educational, intellectual and cultural experiences for as many audiences as possible.

The LACMA Museum is especially identified with its Japanese art exhibition, which displays paintings, sculptures and embroidery as well as various stories. In addition to this, you can see works of art from all over the world, including American, South American and Korean art, works from the ancient world and modern art.

In the permanent displays you can see paintings, photos, and illustrations by famous and important artists. Among the works you can see here are works by Claude Monet, Cezanne, Kandinsky, Mondrian, Diego Rivera and more.


Do not try to see everything. The exhibitions are housed in different buildings, so it is better to see a bit and delve deeper than to try to see everything.
Universal Studios
#About the Studios Where Movies are Being Made

You have reached Universal Studios in Los Angeles, perhaps the most popular attraction in the city. Here you will get a glimpse into the world of Hollywood movies and how movies are made. Whether you're a fan of parks or not, this movie park will not leave you indifferent.

In fact, this is not just a park. These are the real studios of the Universal Production Company, where new Hollywood scenes are filmed every day for future films. Outside the studios, Universal has also built this amusement park, which is exciting - both for adults and for children. The huge characters, the music, the colors and the smells, will do the trick and bring you into the world of movies in one moment.

The facilities here are based on famous movies or television series and will make sure to bring you into the atmosphere with all the means at their disposal - music, huge characters and spectacular interactive experiences that will bring you into the atmosphere of the moment. As you wander around this vast park, you can see musical performances, displays of familiar backdrops from famous movies, demonstrations of effects and stunts and how they are done during filming and more.

Beyond that, in Universal Studios Park you can take a train that will take you on a tour of the studios themselves. Where you will be exposed to rare and invested photographs of the actors that will bring you into interactive and exciting experiences especially in 3D. From the train you can see some of the famous cinemas in the history of cinema - from the home decor from Psycho, the Desperate Housewives neighborhood, City Square from the film Back to the Future to selected locations from the Fast and the Furious series.


Walk around the park independently or join the special VIP tours to the Warner Brothers and Paramount Pictures studio.

Visit the 10 Best Experiences at Universal Studios:


Exploring Jurassic Park:

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
#About the Modern Cathedral of Los Angeles

Unlike the other cathedrals you have probably encountered, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels is a new addition to the landscape of Downtown Los Angeles and does not have a history for decades.

The building was designed by Spanish architect Jose Rafael Moneo and built to last 500 years. It was opened to the public in 2002. Moneo combined traditional European motifs into a modern and new structure.

It caused quite a few controversies due to its interesting design, the high costs required to complete the building, and the Archbishop's decision to store over 1,200 corpses on shelves in the church basement.

Inside the cathedral is a natural light that enters through the large windows and above the altar is a bright and impressive cross. If you go down to the Crypt Museum, you can see the city's previous cathedral, built in 1876 and damaged by an earthquake in 1994.

The large bronze doors at the front of the building were created by the sculptor Robert Graham, who also sculpted the statue of Our Lady with the angels guarding it from above.

The Cathedral from the Outside:

L.A. Live
#About L.A. Live

LA Live in Los Angeles is the center of things in downtown Los Angeles. There seems to be everything here, branding itself as "the most enjoyable place on earth." Theaters, 14 cinemas, museums, including the excellent Grammy Museum, 6 concert halls, a boxing center, ice skating rink, bars, restaurants, hotels and more.

The place, as its name is, is always alive and vibrant. Here something almost always happens. You can often encounter the premiere of an important Hollywood movie, the Staples Center game of the Lakers, the Clippers, the Kings or the Sparks, or even a live show.

And by the way, almost always when there is a show thats live, you can stand outside, in front of the Staples Center, and watch its huge screens broadcast what is happening inside.

A Visit:


In the Winter it Becomes an Ice Skating Rink:

Hollywood Sign
#About the Famous Sign that Was an Advertisement and Became a Symbol of Hollywood

The Hollywood sign is one of the most important cultural icons for any tourist coming here. It is located at an altitude of 478 meters above sea level, on Mount Lee, within Griffith Park.

The sign itself is protected, so do not be surprised if you can not touch it or approach it. In September 1932, actress Peg Entwistle committed suicide by jumping from the letter "H."

This sign is currently registered as a trademark and can not be used without the approval of the Hollywood Board of Commerce.

#History of the Hollywood Sign

The funny story behind it is that it was designed here as a real estate advertisement in 1923. Its purpose was to promote a new construction project in the Hollywood Hills of the Santa Monica Mountains, with the name "Hollywoodland." In fact, the intention was not to let the sign stay up, the developers intended that the sign would remain in place for only a year, in order to promote the project.

The contract with the maintenance company of the sign ended in 1939, and after a few years the sign deteriorated. In 1949, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce purchased the sign, removed the word "Land" and corrected the rest of the sign.

The new sign was inaugurated on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the city of Hollywood on November 14, 1978. The ceremony was broadcast live on television, where 60 million viewers watched. It also became a star in its own right when it appeared in various scenes in films and series, especially to indicate the location of the plot.


For a good photo location: to take pictures of the sign without disturbing the residents, and without getting a parking ticket or being too far away, reached Lake Hollywood Park. Parke a little further down. Walking to Mulholland Drive with Deronda drive will take you to the open entrance to the White Wall and from there to an observation point and an excellent shot to the sign.

A Closer Look at the Sign:


Rodeo Drive
#About the Luxury Shopping Street in Los Angeles

Shopping. How much do we love our shopping? Right? On a long and enticing road, full of life and style, Rodeo Drive is the most famous shopping street in the world. The road is known as one of the prestigious tourist destinations on the planet. The street received its fame from Hollywood filming many movies that gave it its status.

Located in Beverly Hills, you can go into stores of the most famous fashion brands and expensive jewelry stores: Tiffany & Co, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Cartier, Chanel, Valentino, and Prada. Notice the well-groomed sales staff standing in the stores, ready for any visitor who is interested in the products. Don't be shy and walk into the stores and look around, even if you don't intend to buy anything.

The street is designed like a nice European street, with narrow sidewalks and colorful flowers. Not far from the street you can see the famous Beverly Hills sign, where you can come and take a photo.

So maybe this is not a place where you can buy a whole lot, but walking around is no less fascinating, especially when sometimes you can see someone famous, coming out of a limousine and into their favorite stores.


Rodeo Drive is for well off people. If you are looking more for bargains - click on the tag "Shopping in Los Angeles".

A Visit:


A Drive through Rodeo Drive:




On the Street With Taylor Swift:

Six Flags Magic Mountain
#About the Amusement Park that Entered the Guinness Book of Records

Six Flags Magic Mountain is a particularly entertaining park. There are 41 rides at the park that fit different courage levels of visitors.

In addition, the whole complex includes what visitors expect to find inside amusement parks - roller coasters, carousels, viewpoints, restaurants, souvenirs, game stalls and more.

Since opening in May 1971, the park has received the Guinness World Records for 15 of the longest and trickiest roller coasters in the world.

At Six Flags there are shows performed in the summer meant for families and children, where familiar characters from TV shows and movies are shown.


You can reach the park by a free train.

A Closer Look at the Park:

#About the Chinese Neighborhood of Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Chinatown is a tourist destination that brings to the stage the Chinese and Asian cultures into American cities. Like in many large cities in the United States where there are many Chinese immigrants, in Los Angeles as well you can find the local Chinatown.

This area you will be able to recognize in an instant, thanks to the different facade of the houses - from skyscrapers and modern buildings, the view will suddenly change to more traditional Chinese style houses. Chinese writings, Chinese products, shoes, and clothes - this is actually a large and colorful market where you will be wrapped in smells, sounds, and the local Chinese community.

If you like the local traditions, you will be able to sit and drink a cup of real Chinese tea in traditional tea sets, buy healing herbs and traditional medicine, clothes, furniture, art pieces, as well as eat at the many Chinese restaurants, and Thai and Vietnamese restaurants.

A Closer Look at the Neighborhood:

Venice Beach
#About Venice and the Los Angeles Beaches

One of the most famous and charming beaches in California is Venice Beach. This is a must-see site for every tourist, and a place frequented by locals.

Venice Beach is a strip of beach about 5 kilometers longs, with a lively and fun walkway - a place that mostly comes alive on weekends. If you like beach activities, you can find almost everything here. Basketball courts, skating rink, restaurants and cafes, boutique shops, bike lanes, a nice walkway filled with artists, magicians, and street performances.

Actually, this is one of the most interesting places in Los Angeles. You can see it all - people dancing, people skating or rollerblading, professional skateboarders, jugglers, bodybuilders, mass dancing on the beach, and people riding bikes.

If you walk towards the Abbot Kinney area, located nearby, you can see art galleries, and great restaurants. Those who like to walk can continue walking north, to the Santa Monica Wharf, with the Ferris wheel and the great theme park.

Venice Beach did not accident received its name. This beach is located near the Venice neighborhood, that took its name from Venice, Italy. In this neighborhood, there are canals that were dug at the beginning of the 20th century in a swamp area, in order to make the area an amusement park. Until today there are 6 canals parallel to one another and connected by bridges.

On summer weekends the beach is crowded with tourists. You might not want to come here during the evening hours, there are many homeless people and questionable characters that might not be as nice to be around in the dark.


If you decided to go into the water, just know they are probably chilly.

On weekends there is an exciting drum circle on the beach.

A Closer Look at Venice Beach and its Walkway:


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