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Hit the pavement and tour Los Angeles, California, where you'll find an intoxicating mix of showbiz, art, culture and a vibrant night life, all rolled into one of the world's largest, most unique cityscapes.

  1. Disneyland - From 1955 onwards, the landmarks of Disneyland – the Matterhorn, Sleeping Beauty’s Castle and New Orleans Square – have been as familiar and as “real” as the Eiffel Tower or the Empire State Building. A second theme park, Disney’s California Adventure, has been added adjacent to the original. Downtown Disney, a further addition, is an outdoor entertainment, restaurant and retail district. Together with the two parks and three Disney hotels, Downtown Disney forms the enormous complex called Disneyland Resort.
  2. Catalina Island -This island may be only 22 miles across the sea, but it’s a world away from the urban velocity of L.A. Ferries dock in Mediterranean-flavoured Avalon, the island’s commercial hub. Most of the interior is protected nature preserve that may only be explored on foot or bicycle (permit required), or by taking an organized tour. These are excellent ways to learn about the island’s colourful history as a destination for sea otter poachers, smugglers, Union soldiers, mining speculators, and finally, tourists.
  3. Los Angeles County Museum of Art - The largest encyclopedic art museum in the western US, LACMA was founded in 1910 and moved to its present Miracle Mile home in 1965. Its treasure trove includes paintings by Durer, Monet and Picasso; American and Latin American art; and works from the Middle East and Asia. A lively schedule of concerts, lectures and film screenings makes LACMA a community destination. The Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM) opened in 2008; public spaces, gardens, and a building to house special exhibitions have subsequently been added.
  4. The Grammy Museum - If you love music you won’t want to miss The Grammy Museum. Opened in 2008 (the Grammy’s 50th anniversary), the museum chronicles decades of popular music from all genres, and features four floors of interactive exhibits, rare collections of historical music artifacts, recording booths and a 200 seat theatre. Past exhibits have focused on legendary musicians like The Beatles, Bob Marley, Barbra Streisand and, of course, Michael Jackson. The pièce de résistance? Live performances from popular musicians, including John Legend, Ben Harper and Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav.
  5. Griffith Park - Griffith Park is a 4,000-acre natural playground of rugged hills and gentle valleys, draped with native oak trees, manzanita, and sage and crisscrossed by hiking and horseback trails. The country’s largest urban park owes its existence to the Welsh Griffith Jenkins Griffith (1850-1919). In 1896, Griffith donated a large portion of his estate to the city with the proviso that it become “a place of recreation and rest for the masses.” Today, the park is filled with picnic areas, golf courses and tennis courts.
  6. Sunset Strip- Sunset Strip has been a haven of hedonism since Prohibition days. Wedged between Hollywood and Beverly Hills, this 2.7-km of the Sunset Boulevard is crammed with hot nightclubs, hip rock venues, and fashionable boutiques. During Hollywood’s Glamour Age (1930-50), the stars trysted at the Chateau Marmont, partied at Trocadero, and talked shop at Schwab’s Pharmacy. Today’s hot spots rub shoulders with some historical landmarks.
  7. Universal Studios Hollywood- The world’s largest movie and television studio sprang from the imagination of cinema pioneer Carl Laemmle. In 1915 he bought a former chicken ranch, brought in cameras, lights and actors and started making silent films. The theme park began taking shape in 1964. Today, Universal Studios Hollywood gets more visitors (about five million a year) than any other attraction in LA County. Among the studio’s greatest hits are Jaws (1975), Jurassic Park (1993) and Shrek (2001).
  8. The Getty Center - An exquisite art collection, superb architecture, and lovely gardens combine with a hilltop location to create on of LA’s finest cultural destinations. Designed by Richard Meier, the Getty Center opened in December 1997 after 14 years of planning and construction. It unites the entities of the Getty Trust created by oil tycoon J. Paul Getty (1892-1976), including research and conservation institutes. At its core, however, is the museum with exquisite European art from illuminated manuscripts to Impressionistic paintings, contemporary sculpture, and photography.
  9. Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens - The Huntington is one of those rare places that manages to please the eye, stimulate the mind and nourish the soul all at the same time. The former estate of railroad and real estate baron Henry E. Huntington (1850-1927), it consists of a trio of treasures: the art collections include fine examples of British, French and American art; the Huntington Library has about seven million rare manuscripts and books, including a Gutenberg Bible; and the Botanical Gardens are a fantastic feast of flora in a pleasing parklike setting.
  10. Historic Hollywood Boulevard - Hollywood Boulevard, home of the Walk of Fame, has always been synonymous with the glamour of moviemaking, especially during its heydays in the 1920s and 1930s. But like an aging diva, it eventually fell out of favour, teeming with runaways, drug addicts and prostitutes. Now the heart of Tinseltown is finally cleaning up its act – the old movie palaces have received facelifts, the mega-entertainment complex of Hollywood and Highland is a major draw, and even “Oscar” has found a permanent home here.
  1. Sushi Gen, address: 422 E 2nd St, Los Angeles, USA

Come early to grab a table, and know that they don't do the uber-creative 'look at me' kind of rolls. In this Japanese classic sushi spot, seven chefs stand behind the blonde wood bar, carving thick slabs of melt-in-your-mouth salmon, buttery toro, and a wonderful Japanese snapper, among other staples. Their sashimi special at lunch ($18) is a steal.

  1. Little Flower, address: 1424 W Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, USA

An adorable, locally loved cafe set just a mile over the Colorado Bridge from Old Town. They make banh mi sandwiches with chicken, roast beef or tempeh, as well as bowls stuffed with such things as dahl, raita, curried eggplant and steamed spinach, or salmon, shredded carrots, daikon, micro greens and ponzu.

  1. Fishing with Dynamite, address: 1148 Manhattan Ave, Los Angeles, USA

You'll love this place for their oysters and raw bar, the miso black cod, the serrano scallops seared and garnished with uni, and for their fried oyster po'boy, which is soul stirring. The menu is constantly rotating, but trust us, if you like binge eating on fine seafood, starve yourself for a day, then come here.

  1. Bestia, address: 2121 7th Pl - Los Angeles, USA - http://www.bestia.com , tel. 213-514-5724

The most sought-after reservation in town can be found at this new and splashy Italian kitchen in the Arts District. The antipasti ranges from crispy lamb pancetta to sea urchin crudo to veal tartare crostino. Did we mention the lamb's heart?

  1. Standing Room, address: 144 N Catalina Ave, Los Angeles, USA, tel. 310-374-7575

South Bay heads who know descend onto this tiny take-out grill, built into the back of a liquor store, where they do a range of burgers and reimagine other greasy spoon delights. Burgers are topped with scallions, a sesame leaf and a fried egg, or bacon, shishito peppers, cheddar and hoisin BBQ sauce.

  1. Phoenicia, address: 343 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, USA, tel. 818-956-7800.

Ok, the design lacks charm, but this is where local Lebanese and Armenian families land on Sunday nights for homeland delicacies such as soujouk (a spicy Armenian beef sausage, dried, sliced and sautéed with onion and tomato), maanek (Lebanese beef sausage with a lemon glaze), lessanat (lamb tongue sliced thin) and nekhat (lamb brains cooked in olive oil, lemon juice and garlic, served cold).

  1. Basement Tavern, address: 2640 Main St, Los Angeles, USA, http://www.basementtavern.com

A creative speakeasy, housed in the basement of the Victorian, and our favorite well in Santa Monica. We love it for their craftsman cocktails, cozy booths, island bar, and nightly live-music calendar that features blues, jazz, bluegrass and rock bands. It gets way too busy on weekends for our taste, but weeknights can be special.

  1. Federal Bar, address: 102 Pine Ave, Los Angeles, USA

This converted, historic bank with its weighty granite bar, crystal chandeliers, and burly wooden columns offers craft beers and booze behind the bar. They also have a venue downstairs where they host DJs and local bands, including nationally known stand-outs like Dengue Fever.

  1. Dirty Laundry, address: 1725 N Hudson Ave, Los Angeles, USA, http://dirtylaundrybarla.com

Tel. 323-462-6531

Under a cotton-candy pink apartment block of no particular import, is a funky den of musty odor and great times, low ceilings, exposed pipes, good whiskey behind the bar, groovy funk on the turn tables and plenty of pretty people with low inhibitions. There are velvet rope politics at work here, so reserve a table to make sure you slip through.

  1. Create Nightclub -Address: 6021 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA

Open: Friday & Saturday 09:00pm – 04:00am

Tel: +1 323 463 3331

It features well-known electronic dance music DJs and experimental emerging talents.

  1. BLACK - Address: 6202 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038, USA

Tel: +1 323-871-4880

Open: Every day 08:00pm – 02:00am

It offers DJ music, an outdoor patio, karaoke nights and a rock ‘n’roll vibe.

  1. Bus Services - METRO (Public Buses and Trains) - Los Angeles has the second largest public transportation agency in the nation that operates more than 1,500 buses. It also has a subway system that can take you from Downtown Los Angeles to Hollywood in about 15 minutes! Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) operates the public buses and commuter trains within Los Angeles. The metro.net has extensive schedule information, trip planners and much more.
  2. Greyhound - provides long range bus transportation between Los Angeles and various destinations throughout the United States. Greyhound offers routes between cities (such as Los Angeles to San Francisco), but has limited stops within each city
  3. Taxi Service Areas in Los Angeles - There are about a dozen taxi cab companies in Los Angeles, but they are limited to pick up only in their authorized areas. So you will need to call the appropriate cab company, depending on where you want to be picked up.
  4. Shuttle Services and Limousines - Serving Hollywood, downtown L.A., major airports and other destinations in Los Angeles and Orange County.
  5. Train Services - A. Metro Rail - A network of commuter rail lines within the metropolitan basin, including service to downtown L.A., Hollywood, Universal Studios, Santa Monica, Culver City, Long Beach and other areas of Los Angeles.
  6. Metrolink - A commuter rail system that links Orange County with surrounding areas including Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties.
  7. Airports in Los Angeles - LAX, John Wayne, Burbank, Ontario, more.
  8. Carnival Cruise Lines - has a Port of Call in Long Beach.
  9. Catalina Express - Daily boat departures to Catalina Island from San Pedro, Long Beach and Dana Point.
  10. Catalina Island Helicopter Service - Island Express Helicopter Service offers a 15 minute flight to Avalon, helicopter dinner tours and more.
  11. Bicycles - City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation Bicycle Information Web Site provides bicycle maps, bicycle parking tips and info, bicycle law information, and other resources.Bike Share Programs - At many locations throughout Los Angeles you will see bicycle racks with a row of bright green bikes, which are for rent by the hour (most programs prorate partial hours). You can sign up online, download a mobile app, or pay by credit card at the station. However, the bicycles are built to last, not for speed. They are best for short trips, or for making connections between bus stops.

Monuments, Museums, Malls

  1. Hollywood Sign- Address: Los Angeles, CA 90068 - Tel: +1 323-258-4338
  2. Hollywood Bowl - Address: 2301 Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA
  3. Shakespeare Bridge - Address: Monon St, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA
  4. Hollywood Castle- Address: 3030 Hollyridge Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA - Tel: +1 323-868-4076 - E-mail: [email protected]
  5. City Hall - Address: 200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA - Open: Monday – Friday 08:00am – 05:00pm - Tel: +1 213 485 2121
  6. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) - Address: 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA

Open: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 11:00am – 05:00pm; Friday 11:00am – 08:00pm; Saturday & Sunday 10:00am – 07:00pm

  1. Night Gallery - Address: 2276 E 16th St, Los Angeles, CA 90021, USA

Open: Tuesday – Saturday 12:00pm – 07:00pm

Tel: +1 323-589-1135

  1. The Los Angeles Public Library -Address: 630 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90071, USA

Tel: +1 213-228-7000

Open: Monday – Thursday 10:00am – 08:00pm; Friday & Saturday 09:30am – 05:30 pm; Sunday 01:00pm – 05:00pm

  1. Beverly Center

Address: 8500 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA

Open: Monday – Friday 10:00am – 09:00pm; Saturday 10:00am – 08:00pm; Sunday 11:00am – 06:00pm

Tel: +1 310 854 0070

  1. Civic Center Mall - Address: Downtown, Los Angeles, CA

Churches

  1. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church - Address: 621 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90007, USA - Tel: +1 213 749 8590
  2. Angelus Temple (Pentecostal mega church of the Foursquare Gospel) - Address: 1100 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026, USA - Tel: +1 213 816 1109
  3. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles- Address: 555 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA - Tel: +1 213 680 5200

Parks, Aquariums and Zoos

  1. Griffith Park - Address: 4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA - Tel: +1 323-913-4688 - Open: Every day 24hours
  2. Grand Park -Address: 200 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA - Tel: +1 213-972-8080
  3. Lake Balboa - Address: 6300 Balboa Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 91406, USA - Tel: +1 818-756-8187 - Open: 06:00am – 06:00pm
  4. Simpsons Land - Address: 100 Universal City Plz, Universal Studios Los Angeles, CA 91608
  5. Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens - Address: 5333 Zoo Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA - Open: Every day 10:00am – 05:00pm
  6. The old zoo - Address: 4801 Griffith Park Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA - Tel: +1 323-913-4688 - Open: Every day 05:30am – 10:00pm
  7. Walt Disney Concert Hall

Address: 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA

It is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center.

  1. Hollywood Palladium

Address: 6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA

Tel: +1 323-962-7600

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