March 12

Travel Guide – Los Angeles

ghLos Angeles is located in the Southern California on the West Coast of United States. Los Angeles is one of the most significant places to visit, in every corner you can experience a different culture.

In this guide, I’ve included the 17 things you don’t want to miss, and will take your experience to the next Level!!

1. Down Town

Down Town is the central business district of Los Angeles and home to some of the most outstanding examples of American’s civic architecture.

2. Olvera Street

Is the oldest part of Down Town in Los Angeles and also known as the Mexico town.

3. Union Station

One of the World’s greatest railway stations and the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western United States. What makes this station famous, is that it has been featured in around 30 movies.

4. The Little Tokyo

The Little Tokyo or J-Town as the locals know it, – is the ultimate destination for some of the city’s best Japanese Restaurants. Also, home to Buda’s temples, galleries, and historical museums.

5. Walt Disney Concert Hall

This incredible piece of architecture was designed by Frank Gehry and opened back in 2003. Is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center and home to LA Phil Harmonic Orchestra.

6. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The art museum is located on Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile vicinity of Los Angeles. LACMA is on Museum Row, adjacent to the La Brea Tar Pits.

LACMA’s collections encompass the geographic world and virtually the entire history of art with more than 100, 000 objects dating from ancient times.

7. La Brea Tar Pits

At La Brea Tar Pits and George c page museum, you can explore mammals and insects dating thousands of centuries back in time. The museum has re-created a prehistoric garden.

8. Rodeo Drive

Rodeo Drive, – in the heart of Beverly Hills – The world’s most expensive and exclusive shopping area.

9. Hollywood

The world’s famous center – “The entertainment Industry”. Track down your favourite star at the Walk of Fames.

10. Griffith Park

Is one the largest and wildest urban parks in North America. Here you can enjoy panoramic views of LA. Visit the Griffith Observatory to enjoy some astonishing views. (Is steel FREE of charge).

11. Universal Studios

It is the oldest, continually running movie studio in America. It features a Theme Park based on its blockbusters movies and popular TV Shows.

The famous attraction here is the studio tour – You may have a Deja Vu here, as lots of the themes that you will see have been used on popular TV shows and movies. The theme-park is also a family-friendly, and one of the favourites parks for families!

12. Disneyland Park

This Disneyland Park It is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. And, since its opening, 1955, has received 630 million guests who have enjoyed in seeing the most loved Disney’s character come back to live!

13. The Port Of Los Angeles

Is the Biggest container port in the USA, and here you can find the USS Iowa Museum. The USS Iowa is a World War 2 battleship. Enjoy the experience!

14. The Aquarium Of The Pacific

At this magnificent Aquarium, you can find 500 marine species. Touch tanks & behind-the-scenes tours are available.

15. Long Beach

Was ones the birthplace of the California surfing scene. However, nowadays is ideal for families too!

16. Santa Catalina Island

Take the boat to explore the magnificent Island of Catalina. You will find thousands of visitors who want to escape the mainland for a while, and relax.

17. Santa Monica

One of the most popular resort Towns in the US. Here is the ultimate Sun, sandy beaches, and the Las Vegas Lifestyle. Get Ready for an amazing ride!

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Posted March 12, 2016 by mimin in category "Travel