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There’s a reason Los Angeles is one of the most iconic cities in America. Known for its amazing weather, gorgeous beaches, and tantalizing cuisine, LA is definitely a city worth exploring. Whether you decide to check out the stunning Griffith Observatory or venture out to the Santa Monica Boardwalk, you’re in for a treat. LA also boasts great hiking trails, fabulous nightlife, and awesome cultural experiences—check out LACMA, the Getty, or any of the city’s other art museums. Whatever you decide to do there, LA is a destination not to be missed.

Los Angeles Top Attractions

For the Hollywood-inclined, nearly every major studio offers lot tours, which can take you behind the scenes of some of your favorite movies and TV shows. There are also guided neighborhood tours past stars’ homes, as well as tours through the city’s more iconic locations that have appeared on film. There are even hikes that will take you through the Hollywood Hills, right up near the iconic Hollywood Sign.

Of course, the beaches are also must-visits, for those looking to soak up some California sunshine. Malibu’s Zuma Beach is scenic and legendary, while South Bay’s options, like Manhattan Beach, also make waves.

Things to do in Los Angeles

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We searched high and low to find the things you simply MUST do in Los Angeles. Whether you live here or are just visiting, these are the things you won't want to miss!

  • Take a selfie in front of The Bradbury Building

    “I think most people recognize the interior from the movie 'Blade Runner', but it was also featured at the end of '500 Days of Summer.'”

  • Get exploring and visit the Hollywood Sign

    “There WILL be horse poop along the hike because of Sunset Ranch and the horseback riding activity that comes with it!”

  • Get cultured at The Broad

    “When you get in, head straight to the sign up to get in the wait list for the infinity room.”

  • Experience the flavors of Dirt Dog

    “Amazing food, loved the veggie dog, home made horchata ice cream with amazing can't wait to go back.”

  • Clear your plate at Wurstküche

    “I recommend the Rabbit, Veal and Pork Seasoned with White Wine and the Belgian Fries with Truffle Oil.”

  • Enjoy a culinary masterpiece at RockSugar Southeast Asian Kitchen

    “We ordered the Mango Pudding, decorated on top with condensed millk chantilly and coconut tuiles, and the Caramelized Banana Custard Cake.”

  • Don’t miss the glory of Urban Light at LACMA

    “I saw a handful of couples taking pictures for weddings etc. a lot of people taking pictures at the same time.”

  • Learn a thing or two at Museum Of Death

    “I had a lot of fun walking through and reading all the letters and articles about serial killers.”

Los Angeles Itineraries

Are you traveling to Los Angeles with kids, or are you exploring on a shoestring budget? Are you planning to eat your way through LA’s restaurants and farmers markets, or focus on its museums and cultural attractions? No matter what kind of traveler you are, you’ll find plenty to do. Here are three sample itineraries to get you started.

The Family Traveler

From amusement parks like Disneyland and Universal Studios to old-school roller rinks like Skateland, LA is full of family-friendly attractions. Looking to get outdoors? Griffith Park isn’t just a favorite hiking destination; it also offers pony rides, a carousel and kid-friendly museums, so everyone will see nature, learn a little and have some fun. The legendary Santa Monica Pier offers rides, an aquarium and arcade games, while treasured estates such as The Huntington Library provides acres of scenic, serene gardens and learning opportunities. Enjoy some Hollywood magic with little ones at the El Capitan Theatre, where you’ll catch an array of Disney films on the big screen.

Insider Tips:

If you’re making your way to the Santa Monica Pier, avoid the parking lot battle royale and opt for a lot a block or two from the entrance.

Amusement parks are busy most days, but especially on weekends. If you’re planning a lengthier trip, try and book your theme park tickets for weekdays, and be sure to take advantage of systems like Disney’s FastPass, which lets you reserve space in line for popular rides.

When visiting the LA Zoo, try to stop by in the early afternoon on weekdays—as opposed to the morning—so you miss the rush of kids on school field trips.

The Getty Center

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The Culture-Seeking Traveler

This city is more than just a pretty face—its world-class museums are proof of the enormous cultural, artistic and historical hub Los Angeles always has been. Step back in time at the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, visit contemporary classics at The Broad, stroll through the grounds of The Getty Villa, a recreation of a Roman home, or visit The Getty Center, the massive and modern home to one of the finest art collections in the world. Or, if magic arts are to your liking, try and book a seat at the world-famous The Magic Castle.

Insider Tips:

Though entry to The Getty Villa and The Getty Center are always free, you’ll need to buy a parking pass in advance. On weekends and especially around holidays these run out, so be sure to plan ahead.

Check the listings of local venues to see some of the world’s biggest acts—The Staples Center, The Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre and The Wiltern, to name a few—then buy your tickets in advance. LA appreciates great music, and tickets tend to go quickly.

Griffith Park

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The Budget Traveler

Watching your wallet? Some of LA’s best attractions are absolutely free, or as close as one can get to it. Take a hike through Griffith Park at absolutely no cost, and wind up with a gorgeous view of the Hollywood sign—or a visit to the Griffith Observatory, which overlooks the city. Eating well in LA is no tough task: between food trucks and some of the best streetside tacos in the country, you can find affordable meals in just about every neighborhood.

Insider Tips:

Look for local happy hours near your Los Angeles hotel—chances are, you’ll be near fantastic deals on food and drink specials from some of the city’s best restaurants at a fraction of the cost.

Over the summer on select weekdays, the LA Philharmonic orchestra practices at The Hollywood Bowl, where you can watch their rehearsals for free.

Get to Know Los Angeles Neighborhoods and Nearby Cities

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The food in the deli is Bangladeshi, not Indian, so it's best not to compare apples to oranges. The spices used create dishes that are a quite different than the typical North Indian fare. The flavor profile is more simple and subtle, occasionally spicy, but good in its own way. More fennel and cumin seeds and less cinnamon, cardamom, and cream. Vegetarians like me will enjoy a large serving of the vegetable of the day-- sometimes okra, sometimes potatoes-- accompanied by a flaky, freshly grilled paratha (imagine a croissant rolled flat and grilled in ghee.) Just scoop it up and enjoy. The rice is typically stickier and ironically less fattening than basmati rice. They serve a lot of rice w...

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If you're prone to sticker shock (which seems to be a common theme in the reviews here), I'll be up front and say (without any judgement at all) that this place is probably not for you - which is *completely* understandable, considering that their tacos can run as high as $8/each. For those of us (myself included) accustomed to paying $1/taco at certain restaurants on days of the week that start with the letter "T", the matter of "value" will certainly be raised as a consideration when dining here. Now, that said ... the food here is generally marvelous. The ingredients and preparation appear to be palpably high in quality. Presentation was also outstanding. I sampled 4 dishes here: the C...

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Finally a place that serves Turon. At $0.80 each this is an absolute steal. Only down side is when they randomly close or run out early in the day. I came here four times before I actually got to get some. But in all things in life if you don't succeed once, you try again until you do. I am only docking one star for this as well as the parking can be hit or miss.

Know Before You Go

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  • You may be horrified by the thought of braving LA traffic, but the sheer size of the city and its surrounding areas makes owning or renting a car your best bet. If you don’t already use some form of GPS, go ahead and download an app or purchase a dashboard-mounted unit—this will make navigating surface streets much easier, and help you find faster routes to cut down on drive time.

  • Los Angeles is home to some public transportation options if you’re getting around on foot. The Metro offers online trip-planning tools, reduced farecards and both rail and bus options to take you through the city.

  • Angelenos are, by and large, fairly active. Do as some of the locals do and hop on a bikeshare, especially if you’re near some of the bike-friendly paths along the beach. Both the City of Santa Monica and Metro offer programs that can get you on two wheels, whether it’s for a day or a month.

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The Lay of the Land

  • Hollywood sits at the heart of the city in both geography and reputation. It’s here you’ll find many of the city’s biggest tourist destinations, like the iconic Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

  • To the east, Silver Lake has fast become one of LA’s culinary and cultural hubs, as well as a great spot for shopping. Stroll around Sunset Junction and find some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles along with cool coffee shops and vintage stores.

  • If you’re looking for nightlife, Downtown and its neighboring Arts District are prime spots for some of the hottest bars in the city, and in Downtown proper you’ll find cultural hubs, museums and performance spaces such as Walt Disney Concert Hall.

  • Speaking of nightlife, Koreatown is near Downtown and always buzzing. With some of the city’s favorite karaoke bars and 24-hour restaurants and spas, it’s a neighborhood with something for everyone.

  • For some of the most iconic shopping in the country, head to Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive, where some of fashion’s biggest names can be found. Don’t skip a leisurely drive through the neighborhood to see some of LA’s most stunning homes.

  • Head west to visit Los Angeles’ beaches. In Santa Monica there’s shopping at the famous 3rd Street Promenade, plus stellar dining throughout the ocean-adjacent city. In Venice, walk the hidden, scenic canals, then stop into any of the locally focused shops or stroll along the funky and infamous Venice Beach Boardwalk.