Top 5 Things To Do In Los Angeles

January 27, 2016
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With a city like Los Angeles, you can be sure that there is always something exciting that you can take part in. Have you been looking for fun places to go in Los Angeles? From cultural events to historical monuments, here are some must things to do during your stay in Los Angeles.

What better way to understand the impact that Hollywood as an entertainment capital has had than by taking a studio tour at Universal Studios Hollywood. At the studio tour that has been open to the public since 1915, guests are offered the rare opportunity to explore a real backlot that is used by Universal Studios. The tour also includes a ride on the world’s largest 3D experience - King Kong 360 3D. For more information visit www.universalstudioshollywood.com/

Come and see an architectural masterpiece located in the center of Downtown LA. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is not only exquisite to look at from the outside, it is also just as stunning inside. As the home to the LA Philharmonic, stop by the Walt Disney Concert Hall to see and hear an incredible musical performance. To see what is scheduled at the concert hall visit www.laphil.com

The Sunset Strip is one of LA’s most legendary stretches of road so what better way to explore this famous street than by taking a relaxing cruise. Get behind the wheel and drive through Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. You’ll pass by acclaimed restaurants such as The Eveleigh or the historic Whisky A Go Go.

Is it your goal to spot a celebrity during your time in Hollywood? If so, one sure fire way to see a celebrity is to stop by the small stretch of road on Robertson Blvd. The boulevard includes boutiques like Madison and Kitson as well as the Ivy restaurant. Celebrities that have been spotted at the Ivy include Brad Pitt, Beyonce, Madonna, Paris Hilton, Demi Moore, Steve Martin and many more.

If you want a bit of history, stop by Olvera Street, a small block that was once the center of LA back in the late 1800s when the Spanish owned the area. Check out the small markets selling Mexican knick-knacks and don’t forget to stop by Mr. Churro for some of the best churros around.

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