18 Reasons to Getaway to Los Angeles, USA

Author: Preeti DesaiPosted on 25-07-2014

The best time to visit Los Angeles is in summer from July to October.

1. Los Angeles Disneyland


Disneyland is open 365 days a year - and is most crowded in July and August, on weekends, school holidays and over the Christmas holiday.

2. Farmers Market, Los Angeles


The Hollywood Farmers Market is held on Saturday mornings along Vine Street near the corner of Hollywood Blvd. Great spot to pick up local farm fresh produce and fruit.

3. Getty Museum, Los Angeles


The Getty Center is a museum you can't miss. The center stores a multitude of art, sculpture and photographs + Italian manuscripts from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Rembrandt's Late Religious Portraits...

4. Hollywood, Los Angeles


The famous "Hollywood" sign in the hills has been seen in many movies and can been seen from many areas along Hollywood Blvd. Note there is no direct access to this sign.

5. Hollywood Bowl Amphitheatre, Los Angeles


It would be great if you can catch a live performance at Hollywood Bowl Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, which has an indoor and outdoor stage.

6. Hollywood Stars, Los Angeles


The Hollywood Walk of Fame has gold metal stars embedded in pinkish looking marble - each star contains the name of a famous movie personality with many accomplishments.

7. Huntington Harbour, Los Angeles


The harbors of Huntington are ornamented with brightly decorated boats and mansions; animating the waters of deluxe multi-million dollar homes.

8. Huntington Pier, Los Angeles


You will find Bike paths, Skating trails and people swimming and surfing at the Huntington Pier Beach.

9. Malibu Beach, Los Angeles


Malibu Beach is where many film and TV and stars live...The mountains rise sharply behind the beach, making a beautiful backdrop to the rolling surf.

10. San Pedro Bridge Los Angeles Night


Rolling into downtown Long Beach from San Pedro in the evenings is beautiful with those blue lights and amazing sunsets...

11. San Pedro Port Fermin, Los Angeles


San Pedro Port Fermin is a historic monument and the hillside overlooking the Point Fermin Lighthouse also include impressive artillery bunkers used between World War I and World War II.

12. Los Angeles to Santa Barbara


Santa Barbara is perfectly hideaway that includes beautiful coastline, rolling hills, ancient oak trees and cattle ranches...

13. Los Angeles to Knapps Castle Santa Barbara


Knapp's Castle ruins in the Santa Ynez Mountains near Santa Barbara, has a panoramic view of Lake Cachuma and the Santa Ynez Valley.

14. Los Angeles to Mount Baldy


Trekking paths starts with beautiful San Antonio Falls, and then moves onto a trail that will get your heart pounding the moment you set foot on it

15. Los Angeles to San Diego Seaworld


San Diego is well known for its wildlife conservation movement, being home to a SeaWorld theme park and the "world-famous" San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park.

16. Los Angeles to San Diego Zoo


San Diego Zoo is located in Balboa Park, encompasses over 100 acres of displays and habitats with constant Animal shows.

17. Universal Studio Ride, Los Angeles


Universal Studios is a combination of a working TV and movie studio and a movie-based theme park with physical rides (in a moving vehicle), virtual rides (the chair might shake), live action shows...

18. Venice Canals, Los Angeles


Venice is a district on the Westside of Los Angeles, and it is known for its canals, beaches and circus-like Ocean Front Walk, a two-and-a-half mile pedestrian-only promenade that features performers, fortune-tellers, artists, and vendors

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