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Los Angeles

Home to Universal Studios, Hollywood, Beverley Hills, the Sunset Strip and the Walk of Fame, Los Angeles has long lured many into its glittering fantasy world. With endless sunshine, palm trees, shopping malls and beautiful people, this city is like no place you’ve ever been before, and yet is strangely familiar. Los Angeles is a wonderful, vibrant, exhilarating multi-cultural hub with a plethora of things to do and see.

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Venice Beach
Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Street performers, tattoo artists, novelty vendors, Gen-X nomads, hippies, people-watchers and freaks of all kinds come together to create this unique bazaar you have to explore at least once. And don't forget the three-mile beach or the streets that are lined with edgy boutiques. No wonder why this is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Southern California!

Griffith Park
221 North Figueroa Street, Suite 350 - Los Angeles, CA

Spread over 4,000 acres, Griffith Park is the largest urban park in the United States and has been used as the backdrop for several movies, including "Batman" and "Jurassic Park." It houses the Griffith Park Observatory, and the Los Angeles Zoo. Also within the park are the Autry Museum of Western Heritage and the Travel Town Transportation Museum. Fifty-three miles of picturesque hiking trails as well as swimming, biking and horseback riding ensure something for everyone. Griffith Park is also home to the Hollywood sign, which stands on Mt. Lee.

Original Pantry Café
877 South Figueroa Street - Los Angeles, CA

An old school diner, The Original Pantry Café hasn’t closed its doors since it opened 75 years ago. Every type of character can be found at the Formica counter digging into its no nonsense fare. Very popular place so it can get crowed, especially on the weekends.

The Palm Los Angeles
1100 South Flower Street - Los Angeles, CA

The Palm is a celebrity, local and tourist favorite. If there is any place where you can taste high quality meat, beautifully served then it is here. This is also the perfect restaurant for special occasions.

Rose Bowl Flea Market
1001 Rose Bowl Drive - Pasadena, CA

For something different, check out the world-famous Rose Bowl Flea Market. With more than 2,500 vendors selling everything from apparel, crafts, old furniture to vintage clothes and accessories, you will basically find everything here. The market attracts bargain hunters, collectors and antique aficionados.

Westside And Beverly Hills
Rodeo Drive - Los Angeles, CA

The famous Rodeo Drive sits at the center of the ‘Golden Triangle’ – Santa Monica Boulevard to the north, Wilshire Boulevard to the south and Canon Drive to the east. This is where the big people buy big names for big money. A familiar backdrop in lots of movies, it is certainly worth a look – even if you can’t afford anything. Some of the streets off Rodeo Drive are slightly more affordable. West Third Street (between Fairfax and Robertson Boulevards) is a fun shopping street and one of the most popular in the city, with great boutiques, some gorgeous antique shops and trendy cafés.

Passport / Visa

Citizens of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Kingdom of Brunei can visit the United States for up to 90 days without applying for a visa (as well as citizens of Andorra, Lichtenstein, Monaco and San Marino). Citizens of these countries must obtain an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) before traveling. All other travelers must obtain a visa before visiting the United States. International travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the country.

Best Time To Visit
Los Angeles

The warm and sunny weather in Southern California makes Los Angeles an enjoyable city practically all year round, but in general, the best time to visit L.A. would be from March to May, when there are fewer tourists and the temperatures are more pleasant. Summer can be unbearably hot. It also brings more tourists and that's when the smog levels and room rates peak. However, during this period, L.A. is booming with music festivals, free summer concerts, and outdoor movie screenings. The rain falls mostly during the winter. In January, Pasadena’s historic Rose Parade takes place and most awards shows such as the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes and the Grammys.

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