The LA Experience
The epicentre of the entertainment world and California's most famous destination, Los Angeles boasts a number of unique attractions and things to do that cannot be found anywhere else. Add these to your travel itinerary for the quintessential LA tour.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Stroll the world-famous sidewalks along both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street to see more than 2,500 stars emblazoned with the names of Hollywood’s finest actors, musicians, directors and more.
TCL Chinese Theater
This historic theatre – one of Hollywood’s most spectacular landmarks – is a highly sought-after venue for Hollywood premieres and also serves as a regular movie theatre showing contemporary films.
The Art Deco Pantages Theatre, located on Hollywood Boulevard, opened in 1930 and is today one of the leading venues for live theatre in Los Angeles.
The largest natural outdoor ampitheatre in the United States is the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and, seasonally, the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Explore four floors of exhibits, interactive experiences and films celebrating the creative process and recorded music in all its forms.
The iconic landmark, one of America’s most famous cultural symbols, is situated in the hills overlooking Hollywood and is accessible via shuttle service or by hiking.
One of the world’s most famous sports and entertainment centres, STAPLES Center is home to four professional sports teams, and plays hosts to a number of high-profile performances and events throughout the year.
The 160-acre (65-hectare) park at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains boasts a number of hiking trails and excellent viewpoints of the Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory and more.
Santa Monica Pier
Stretching over the Pacific, this Los Angeles landmark is home to restaurants, an amusement park, an aquarium and a historic carousel, as well as opportunities for biking, walking and fishing.
Original Farmers Market
The Original Farmers Market features an open-air setting and delicious food offerings, thanks to more than 100 gourmet grocers, specialty shops and international restaurants.
Broadway Theater District
This historic district spanning six blocks along Broadway Avenue features twelve movie theatres built between 1910 and 1931 and is a popular shopping spot in the city.