Come see Hollywood, Santa Monica, beaches, celebrities — and so much more.
Los Angeles, California, is a choose-your-own-adventure destination, whether you’re after a locals-only neighborhood experience in Venice Beach or Silver Lake, or a sightseeing weekend in Santa Monica. From downtown all the way to Redondo Beach, there’s everything from soft-sand beaches and outdoor yoga studios to charming enclaves lined with coffee shops and California-chic boutiques. And if you’re here for the foodie culture, your appetite for tacos, sushi and Michelin-starred cuisine is about to be satiated.
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Explore Los Angeles

  • Beverly Hills
  • Downtown L.A.
  • Silver Lake
  • Venice Beach
  • West Hollywood

Beverly Hills


Ready for the lifestyles of the rich and famous, L.A. style? Then you’re ready for Beverly Hills, where you’ll find shop-lined streets, revered restaurants like Spago and perhaps even the star of your favorite movie.

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Hotels, Dining, Shopping, Sightseeing

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Downtown L.A.


Venues such as Grand Central Market and a pretty serious beer scene have made DTLA the place to be. Explore the arts district, home to exceptional cocktail bars, like Death & Co., and must-try restaurants like LA Cha Cha Chá. And don’t miss Little Tokyo, on the outskirts of downtown L.A., for its incomparable ramen joints.

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Art, Nightlife, Shopping, Hotels, Dining

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Silver Lake


Next to Dodger Stadium, Silver Lake is adjacent to both Hollywood and DTLA and offers great local boutiques selling laid-back California styles, fantastic dining options and a charming village feel.

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Dining, Nightlife, Shopping, Culture

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Venice Beach


Iconic areas like Rose Avenue offer a locals-only Venice vibe — think: man buns, startups and some very serious coffee shops — while the Venice Beach Boardwalk is a classic California spectacle, a showcase for beautiful people on surfboards and skateboards, or even pumping iron. (Fair warning: Look alive when strolling the boardwalk — there is a lot of action here.)

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Beaches, Dining, Culture, Nightlife, Shopping

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West Hollywood


If you’re looking for a restful L.A. experience, West Hollywood isn’t the right fit. But if you’re looking for great nightlife, an unforgettable dining scene, a fun-loving neighborhood and hotels that cater to an upscale but younger crowd, WeHo is for you.

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Art, Nightlife, Shopping, Hotels, Culture, Dining

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Stay in the Center of it All

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Soak Up Three Days of SoCal Sun and Culture in Los Angeles, California

The shoreline during the day

Hit the Beach, Boardwalk and Pier

The beach towns of Los Angeles offer a quintessential sunny vacay experience, from the coffee shop-lined streets of Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice Beach to the waves lapping beneath Manhattan Beach Pier.

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Head for the (Beverly) Hills and Hit Up WeHo

One of L.A.’s most luxury-minded locales, Beverly Hills is also always evolving — as does the roster of the neighborhood’s worth-the-visit shops, must-try restaurants and hot galleries.

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Visit East L.A.

Exploring the Eastside of Los Angeles is all about finding great tacos, roaming the industrial downtown Arts District and hiking to the famous Griffith Observatory.

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