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Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

  • Paramount Studios

    Film studios
    Paramount is the only film studio still to be found in the middle of Hollywood. The VIP tour that takes small groups around the studio is considered to be the best. It shows visitors around the original sets of various series, feature films and US talk shows. The tour guides know practically everything, from interesting details to day-to-day happenings on the movie lot, the lives of the stars, and juicy insider knowledge.
    5555 Melrose Avenue | Los Angeles | CA 90038
    +1 323 956 83 98
  • Franklin Canyon Park

    Oasis of nature
    Franklin Canyon Park is especially lush, and centrally located. Stars and ordinary folk enjoy long walks through the countryside, and it’s hard to believe that you’re actually in the second biggest city in the USA. The combination of city and nature is in fact one of the loveliest things about Los Angeles.
    2600 Franklin Canyon Drive | Beverly Hills | CA 90210
    +1 310 858 72 72
  • La Brea Tar Pits

    Fossil finds
    A visit to these tar pits, where the remains from many different animals and plants have been preserved over the past 40 000 years, is well worth a visit. The majority of them can be seen in the museum. They include creatures from long bygone days such as the now extinct Camelops, the American Mastodon or the mammoth. The asphalt basin remains active to this day, and tar sits on the ponds in a thick film. A fascinating experience.
    5801 Wilshire Boulevard | Los Angeles | CA 90036
    +1 323 857 63 00
  • Venice Beach

    See and be seen
    World-famous Venice Beach is to the south of Santa Monica. It is a two-and-a-half mile sand beach with pretty people. Adhering to the motto of «See and be seen», people come here to sunbathe and swim. The Ocean Front Walk is for promenading, rollerblading, cycling or working out. But despite all the body cult activities, those who wish to should definitely treat themselves to a refreshing ice cream.
    Venice | CA 90291
  • Griffith Observatory

    After the Hollywood sign, the Griffith Observatory is probably the city’s second most famous landmark. With one main dome and two smaller ones, the building occupies a prominent position on Mount Hollywood in enormous Griffith Park. Apart from the fabulous views, the amazing planetarium and the astronomy exhibitions, the observatory is also known as a location in many well-known Hollywood movies such as «Terminator», «Flash Gordon» and «Rebel without a Cause».
    2800 East Observatory Road | Los Angeles | CA 90027
    +1 213 473 08 00
  • Walk of Fame

    Famous walk
    This, probably the most famous pedestrian walk in the world, covers 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street. The famous stars that are sunk into the paving currently honour just under 2500 celebrities who have played a significant role predominantly in the American entertainment industry. Absolutely not to be missed!
    7018 Hollywood Boulevard | Hollywood | CA 90028
    +1 323 857 63 00
  • Universal Studios

    Studio tour
    The little Universal Studios theme park was actually only the starting point for the studio tour that takes visitors behind the scenes of the film sets. Over time, the little park has grown into a big one, and is now one of the most-visited pleasure parks in North America. However, the main attraction is still the Studio Tour; the entrance is in the Upper Lot. It’s a 45-minute ride, and as well as seeing the original sets for movies and shows such as Spiderman, Desperate Housewives, Psycho and King Kong, you can also watch the stars in action. An unforgettable experience.
    100 Universal City Plaza | Universal City | CA 91608
  • Rodeo Drive

    Walk of style
    Luxury boutiques of renowned designers are strung together between Santa Monica Boulevard and Dayton Way like pearls on a necklace. Feel like Pretty Woman and load the credit card at Prada, Chanel, Miu Miu, Yves Saint Laurent, Rolex, Hermès, Armani and Bottega Veneta – or else just enjoy the window shopping.
    Rodeo Drive | Beverly Hills | CA 902010
  • Resurrection

    Vintage fashion
    Resurrection is one of the world’s top outlets for vintage designer fashion. You can find rare creations and accessories by designers ranging from Pucci and Corrèges to Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel and Christian Dior. Julia Roberts ushered in a new trend for vintage haute couture when she wore vintage Valentino to the 2001 Academy Awards. Today, Resurrection’s client list reads like a «Who’s Who» of Hollywood stars.
    8006 Melrose Avenue | Los Angeles | CA 90046
    +1 323 651 55 16
  • Malibu Country Mart

    Stylish shopping experience
    Some might feel a little overwhelmed among the stylish moms with their Hermès bags, the stars in their training gear and the cool surfer dudes – but hey! Chin up, chest out and get out there! This unique shopping mall that looks like a classy beach club is half a block from the legendary Pacific Coast Highway, right in the middle of Malibu. It contains boutiques with popular labels such as Juicy Couture, Oliver People, Ralph Lauren and 7 For All Mankind. Galleries, restaurants and personal shoppers make for a very special experience.
    3835 Cross Creek Road | Malibu | CA 90265
    +1 310 456 73 00
  • Sprinkles Cupcakes

    Deluxe mini cakes
    The flagship store of Sprinkles Cupcakes is right at the heart of smart Beverley Hills. It contains an amazing wealth of these tasty little cakes with their big sugar hats. Whether traditional, unusual or the luxury version, Sprinkles Cakes offers you everything from Red Velvet to Chocolate Marshmallow. Incidentally, the whole boutique is good enough to eat.
    9635 South Santa Monica Boulevard | Beverly Hills | CA 90210
    +1 310 274 87 65
  • County Museum of Art

    Antiquity to the present
    The Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art (LACMA) was founded in 1910. With 100,000 items from antiquity to the present, it is one of the biggest art museums in the USA. There is a particular focus on its extensive and important collections of American, Asian and Islamic art. Works by modern and contemporary artists such as Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco can also be admired here. Closed on Tuesdays.
    5905 Wilshire Boulevard | Los Angeles | CA 90036
    +1 323 857 60 00
  • Philharmonie

    «LA Phil»
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra is widely regarded as the most progressive and most innovative symphony orchestra in America. Its musical director is the composer and conductor Gustavo Dudamel, and his exuberance and untrammelled passion never fail to delight enthusiastic audiences.
    151 South Grand Avenue | Los Angeles | CA 90012
    +1 213 972 80 82
  • Schindler House

    Mak Center
    An icon of modernism. Rudolph M. Schindler, who was a pupil of both Adolf Loos and Frank Lloyd Wright, came to Los Angeles in the 1920s, and became one of the most influential architects of his age. The house on Kings Road, which he built for himself and his wife in 1922, is an impressive, cleverly linked double-L-design, and is today a museum that is well worth visiting. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
    835 Kings Road | West Hollywood | CA 90069
    +1 323 651 15 10
    • open air cinema, people

      Cinespia - summer time outdoor movie screenings at The Hollywood Forever Cemetery! One of my favourite things to do during the summer! Bring a blanket, friends and a picnic and watch a popular movie projected on the side of a mausoleum with hundreds of people! Laying under the stars and swaying palm trees while watching a movie gives you a true appreciation for LA's beauty and uniqueness.

      1. Cinespia (The Hollywood Forever Cemetery)  
      2. 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard  
      3. Los Angeles 
      4. CA 90038 
      skiyline, sky, nature

      Runyon Canyon - An awesome hiking spot with views of the city. Great for people and puppy watching around sunset. There are multiple ways to hike depending on your skill level. Just ask a local to guide you or follow the crowd.

      1. Runyon Canyon 
      2. 2000 North Fuller Avenue 
      3. Los Angeles 
      4. CA 90046