Los Angeles

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By Plane

  • · Los Angeles World Airports

    Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is the airport oversight and operations department for the city of Los Angeles, California. This department owns and operates three airports: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX); LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT) and Van Nuys Airport (VNY).

By Train

  • · Amtrak

    The main Amtrak station is at Union Station, 800 N. Alameda St. next to the Hollywood (US-101) freeway in downtown Los Angeles.

  • · Coast Starlight Train

    En route daily between Los Angeles and Seattle, the Coast Starlight train passes through the San Francisco Bay Area, Santa Barbara, Sacramento and Portland. Widely regarded as one of the most spectacular of all train routes, the Coast Starlight links the greatest cities on the West Coast.

  • · Pacific Surfliner Train

    Connecting San Luis Obispo and San Diego through Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, the Pacific Surfliner offers a unique vantage on the Southern California seascape.

  • · San Joaquin Train

    The San Joaquin provides a great way to travel throughout California's Central Valley. The Valley is California's premier agricultural region, bordered on the west by the coastal mountain ranges, and on the east by California's magnificent Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia, and Death Valley National Parks.

  • · Southwest Chief Train

    The Amtrak Southwest Chief runs daily between Chicago and Los Angeles, through the vast expanse of the fabled American West.

  • · Sunset Limited Train

    The Amtrak Sunset Limited Train takes you between Louisiana and California through Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.

By Bus

  • · Greyhound

    The Greyhound terminal is at 1716 East 7th Street, near I-10 and South Alameda Street, south of the city's Downtown Arts District and east of the vast, notorious Skid Row district.

  • · Megabus

    Megabus offers service from San Francisco, San Jose, Riverside Oakland, and Las Vegas. The bus stop is located at Union Station's Patsaouras Transit Plaza.

By Public Transport

  • · LA Metro

    The Los Angeles Metro Rail is a subway/elevated light rail system. Many neighborhoods and sightseeing destinations can be reached using the Metro, including downtown, Koreatown, Los Feliz, Hollywood, North Hollywood, Chinatown, Pasadena, and Long Beach.

By Automobile

  • · AVIS

    AVIS Car Rental Locations in and near Los Angeles, California.

By Motorcycle

  • · EagleRider

    EagleRider is the largest motorcycle rental and tour company worldwide. We rent all types of motorcycles while offering both self-drive and guided motorcycle tours.

Eat & Drink

Fast Food & Snacks

  • · Burger King®

    Burger King® Restaurant Locator.

  • · McDonald's

    McDonald's Restazurants in Los Angeles, California, USA.


  • · Philippe the Original

    Philippe the Original is home to the famous French Dipped Sandwich. For 103 years, Philippe's has been serving famous sandwiches, great sides such as macaroni salad and potato salad, delicioius chili and soups, freshly baked desserts and a great selection of beer and wine.


  • · Café Pinot

    Adjacent to Downtown LA's 1920's landmark public library, Café Pinot's guests are surrounded by an impressive metropolitan skyline view, a gorgeous garden setting, and floor to ceiling windows.

  • · Providence LA

    Providence Restaurant Los Angeles, CA. Nominated Best New Restaurant in the United States by James Beard Foundation.

  • · The Ivy Restaurants

    The Ivy Restaurant in Los Angeles, and Ivy at The Shore in Santa Monica offer classic American, Italian and regional dishes in a romantic atmosphere with patio dining.

Night Life

Bars & Clubs

  • · The Mayan

    The Mayan is a popular Nightclub in Downtown Los Angeles.

  • · The Viper Room

    The Viper Room is a nightclub located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. The club became known for being a hangout of Hollywood elite.

  • · Vanguard Club

    The ultimate dance club experience, intimate private party, rocking, raging concert or let-it-all-hang-out-who-knows what-will-happen-next afterwrap party.

Night Guides

  • · LA Nightlife

    Your ultimate guide to Los Angeles Nightlife. Los Angeles bars, night clubs, hotels, restaurants, events and more. Find reviews on the latest venues in Los Angeles.


In a Hostel

  • · Hostelling International LA

    The largest purpose-built hostel in the United States with affordable dormitory accommodation, the hostel presents itself as your perfect headquarters for seeing all that the Los Angeles area has to offer.

  • · Stay on Main

    Located in the Fashion District of Los Angeles, this boutique hotel/hostel is a 9-minute walk from the Pershing Square Metro Station. The accommodation styles range from single beds in dormitory rooms to a queen bed in a private room. All are decorated with modern furniture and bright colors.

On an Budget

  • · Mission Motel, Lynwood

    Los Angeles International Airport is a 14-minute drive from this Lynwood, California motel. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout the motel and a microwave and fridge in every room.

  • · Trylon Hotel

    Located in Hollywood, the Trylon Hotel is only 2 blocks from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Trylon rooms have simple furnishings and come equipped with a small refrigerator and free Wi-Fi. An airport transfer service is available on request.

In a Resort

  • · JW Marriott Le Merigot

    Next to Venice Beach and Santa Monica Pier, JW Marriott is inspired by the hotels on France's Cote d'Azur. Rooms at JW Marriott Santa Monica Le Merigot are decorated in creamy colors and include marble bathrooms. Guest rooms extend out to private furnished balconies.

  • · Resort at Pelican Hill

    This luxury resort is located at the Pelican Hill Golf Course and features golf lessons and a full-service spa. The guest accommodations include uniquely decorated rooms with spa- style bathrooms and white bedding. The Resort at Pelican Hill is within a 20-minute drive of Disneyland.

Bed & Breakfast

  • · Channel Road Inn

    Ideally located in the beachside community of Santa Monica, California, this bed and breakfast features unique guest rooms just minutes from beautiful beaches. Enjoy a hearty breakfast buffet in the morning and complimentary afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres.

  • · Inn at Playa del Rey

    This unique Playa del Rey, California bed and breakfast offers guests a daily hot breakfast buffet with market-fresh fruits and home-baked breads.Inn at Playa del Rey overlooks Ballona Wetlands, a picturesque 600-acre bird sanctuary. Guests have free use of bicycles and can cycle along a 30-mile path in front of the bed and breakfast.

Nice Apartments

  • · AIR Venice

    Located on the famous Oceanfront Walk, these historic apartments offer rooms with beautiful views of Venice Beach and the Pacific Ocean. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas.

  • · Classic Hollywood Studio

    Located along Hollywood's Walk of Fame and originally built for silent film stars, this historic studio apartment features a fully equipped modern kitchen and free Wi-Fi. It offers free gated guest parking and a private entrance.

Only the Best

  • · Hotel Bel-Air

    This historic, 1950's hotel is located in Bel-Air neighbor of Los Angeles. Guest can have a drink in the Bar and Lounge with features 2 fireplace, grand piano and views of the gardens. The Hotel Bel-Air restaurant features Mediterranean fusion and is managed by Wolfgang Puck.

  • · Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey

    This waterfront hotel has an outdoor pool with a sun-lounger terrace and views of the marina. It is located 2-miles from Venice Beach, and 5-miles from Los Angeles International Airport. The Ritz-Carlton has a restaurant that offers local Californian cuisine and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.

See & Do

Main Sights

  • · Chinese Theatre

    The world famous Chinese Theatre is home to the historic Hollywood forecourt - featuring handprints of iconic celebrities, major movie premieres, events and state-of-the-art entertainment.

  • · Hollywood Walk of Fame

    The Hollywood Walk of Fame consists of more than 2,400 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars embedded in the sidewalks along fifteen blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street in Hollywood, California.

  • · The Hollywood Sign

    In 1923, a Los Angeles real estate group unveiled a massive billboard to promote their new Hollywoodland development. Little did they know that their brash publicity stunt would go on to become a revered international icon: the Hollywood Sign.

Guided Tours

  • · LA Sightseeing

    Los Angeles Sightseeing Tours is your connection to the hottest locations and attractions in Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica.

  • · Starline Tours

    We offer Hollywood tours and Los Angeles tours, Movie Stars Homes, tour of Los Angeles, Universal Studios, theme parks and more.

Cultural Districts

  • · Chinatown

    Primarily centered around North Broadway; unlike Chinatowns in many other cities, it has a wide, main, busy street filled with small shops and restaurants. At about the middle point of N. Broadway in Chinatown is an open market much like those found in Hong Kong. Be sure to haggle!

  • · Little Tokyo

    Little Tokyo, also known as Little Tokyo Historic District, is an ethnically Japanese American district in downtown Los Angeles and one of only three official Japantowns in the United States.

  • · Olvera Street

    Olvera Street is in the oldest part of Downtown Los Angeles, and is part of the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument. You can take a tour of the city's oldest house to see what it looked like at that time. The plaza is mostly filled with Mexican trinket stands and Mexican restaurants.


  • · MOCA

    The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is a contemporary art museum with three locations in greater Los Angeles, California. The main branch is located on Grand Avenue in Downtown Los Angeles, near Walt Disney Concert Hall.

  • · The J. Paul Getty Museum

    The Getty Museum is widely regarded as one of the finest museum in the USA. Located at the top of the Santa Monica mountains, you have a spectacular view of both the LA basin, the Pacific Ocean, as well as the beautiful buildings and the rose gardens.


  • · Bradbury Building

    Bradbury Building is one of Southern California's most remarkable architectural achievements. Behind its modest exterior lies a magical light-filled Victorian court that rises 50 feet with open cage elevators, marble stairs and ornate iron railings. The building has been a set for many movies, including Blade Runner in 1982.

  • · Walt Disney Concert Hall

    The remarkable Walt Disney Concert Hall at 111 South Grand Avenue in Downtown of Los Angeles was designed by famous architect Frank Gehry.

Theme Parks

  • · Disneyland

    The official website of the Disneyland Resort in California.

  • · Universal Studios Hollywood

    Universal Studios Hollywood is a film studio theme park. Themes from movies and television shows are integrated into the rides like The Simpsons Ride, Jurassic Park: The Ride, and Revenge of the Mummy.

Fun for Free

  • · Mulholland Drive

    This famous road is worth a drive if you have your own transport. It's the setting for endless movies and first kisses, and provides great views over the city.