Universal Studios Hollywood
What’s a trip to Los Angeles without a visit to one of the Hollywood movie studios? While there are many to choose from, Universal Studios Hollywood stands at the top of the list and should be a prime destination for you when you visit the LA area. What makes it so special? Not only is it a working film studio, it’s always a great theme park.
The Sunset Strip
Passing through a good chunk of West Hollywood the Sunset strip is home to the famous Whisky A Go Go and The Roxy Theater. Since a lot of stars live in Hollywood Hills (very close to Sunset Strip) a visit hear can lead you to spotting a few stars on your trip.
Built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney himself and opened in 1955, Disneyland has delighted generations of children, and adults alike. One of the most famous theme parks in the world, it’s a must visit in LA.
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Shop on Rodeo Drive
Famous as one of the most desirable shopping destinations in the world, Rodeo Drive features the best in upscale shopping and dining. The street runs two miles from Sunset Boulevard in the north to Beverly drive in the south, and is a must shop area when in Los Angeles.
Visit the Getty Museum
Home to Van Gogh’s “Irises” which is the tenth on the list of most expensive paintings ever sold. The Getty Museum is one of the premier art galleries and museums anywhere in the world and covers two campuses; the Getty Center and the Getty Villa.
Dine at Wolfgang Puck in the Hotel Bel-Air
Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant at the Hotel Bel-Air is a favorite of both the stars and Los Angeles’ movers and shakers. Located at 701 Stone Canyon Road in Los Angeles, Wolfgang Puck at the Hotel Bel-Air is a must dine experience when visiting LA.