Los Angeles is located in southern California on the west coast of the United States. Los Angeles is one of the most important places to visit. You will discover a different culture at every corner.
In this guide, I’ve listed the 15 things you do not want to miss and you’ll take your experience to the next level!
Down Town is Los Angeles’ central business district and is home to some of the most striking examples of American civic architecture.
2. Olvera street
Is the oldest part of downtown Los Angeles and also known as Mexico City.
3. Union Station
One of the largest railway stations in the world and the largest passenger terminal in the western United States. What makes this station famous is that it has been featured in about thirty films.
4. The little Tokyo
The little Tokyo or J-Town as locals know – is the ultimate destination for some of the best Japanese restaurants in the city. Also home to Buda temples, galleries and historical museums.
5. Walt Disney Concert Hall
This incredible piece of architecture was designed by Frank Gehry and opened in 2003. This is the fourth room of the Los Angeles Music Center and the home of the LA Phil Harmonic Orchestra.
6. Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The Art Museum is located on Wilshire Boulevard, in the Miracle Mile District of Los Angeles. LACMA is located on Museum Row, next to the tar pits of La Brea.
LACMA’s collections include the geographical world and almost all the history of art with more than 100,000 objects of antiquity.
7. Tar Pits of La Brea
At La Brea Tar Pits and the George C Page Museum, you can explore mammals and insects dating back thousands of centuries. The museum recreated a prehistoric garden.
8. Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive – in the heart of Beverly Hills – the most expensive and exclusive shopping area in the world.
The famous centre of the world – “The entertainment industry”. Find your favourite star in the Walk of Fames.
10. Griffith Park
Is one of the largest and wildest urban parks in North America. Here you can enjoy a panoramic view of LA. Visit the Griffith Observatory to enjoy a breathtaking view. (Steel is FREE).
11. Universal Studios
It is the oldest motion picture studio in America. It has a theme park based on its blockbuster movies and popular TV shows.
The most famous attraction here is the studio visit. You may have a Deja Vu here, as many of the themes you will see have been used in TV shows and popular movies. The theme park is also family-friendly and one of the favourite parks for families!
12. Disneyland Park
Disneyland Park is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. And since its opening in 1955, it has welcomed 630 million guests who liked to see the most loved character of Disney come back!
13. The Port of Los Angeles
Is the largest container port in the United States, and here you will find the USS Iowa Museum. The USS Iowa is a battleship of the Second World War. Enjoy the experience!
14. The aquarium of the Pacific Ocean
You will find 500 marine species in this beautiful aquarium. Touch tanks and behind-the-scenes tours are available.
15. Long Beach
Wash yourself the cradle of California’s surf scene. Nowadays, it is also ideal for families.