Sunset BoulevardSunset Boulevard is one of the most famous streets in LA.
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Santa Monica PierLocated halfway down Santa Monica Beach, Santa Monica Pier is one of the most iconic places in LA.
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Hollywood BoulevardFamous for being home to the famous 'Walk of Fame', Hollywood Boulevard is one of the city's main tourist attractions.
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Mulholland DriveBuilt in 1924, Mulholland Drive is one of the best-known scenic highways in the United States and is featured in countless movies and novels.
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Beverly HillsLocated in southwest Los Angeles, Beverly Hills is overflowing with glamour, mansions and filmstars.
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Los Angeles AirportLocated 27 kilometres from downtown, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the most frequented airport in California.
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Manhattan BeachManhattan Beach is a quiet 2-mile long stretch of sand that is popular among volleyball players and surfers.
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Zuma BeachLocated in Malibu, to the west of Los Angeles, Zuma Beach is one of Los Angeles County's largest and most popular beaches.
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El Matador State BeachThe rocky paradise of El Matador State Beach is home to enchanting caves, sheer cliffs and deep golden sand.
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Hermosa BeachLocated on the stretch of coastline between Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach is a pleasant, fine sandy beach with a very particular style.
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Venice BeachKnown for its Bohemian feel and popularity among artists and creatives, Venice Beach became fashionable in the 50s and 60s.
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Santa Monica BeachLocated to the west of Downtown, Santa Monica State Beach is a landmark and one of the best examples of the famous beaches of sunny southern California.
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TCL Chinese TheatreTCL Chinese Theatre is the most famous cinema in the world and the place where the most important film premieres are held.
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Griffith ObservatoryThe Griffith Observatory is not only one of the most famous astronomic observatories in the world, but it also offers incredible views of Los Angeles.
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Rodeo DriveCharacterised by film stars and fashion, Rodeo Drive is the most exclusive shopping street in Los Angeles.
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Walt Disney Concert HallBuilt between 1992 and 2003 and designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is an impressive work of architecture.
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Stahl HouseStahl House is an elegant modernist-styled building in Hollywood Hills, considered an iconic example of 20th century architecture.
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Union StationBuilt in 1939, Union Station is the largest train station in the west of the United States and an architectural wonder.
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Bel AirBel Air is one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in Los Angeles and is home to some of the most luxurious mansions in the area.
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Walk of FameThe Walk of Fame was created in 1958 to represent the characteristic glamour of Hollywood.
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Hollywood SignCan you think of a more emblematic image of LA than its famous Hollywood Sign, standing since 1923? I didn't think so! .
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Olvera StreetOlvera Street is a pleasant historic district that was restored in order to remember the city's Mexican heritage.
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OUE SkyspaceOUE Skyspace is a 310-metre-high panoramic observation deck located on the tallest uncovered observation tower in Los Angeles and all of California.
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Dolby TheatreGlamour, movie stars and show business.
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La Brea Tar PitsAt the La Brea Tar Pits, you can travel back in time to prehistoric Los Angeles and follow the footsteps of animals that became extinct.
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Grammy MuseumThe Grammy Museum is a dynamic space that seeks to inspire its visitors through different interactive exhibits related to the world of music.
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Natural History MuseumThe Los Angeles Natural History Museum gives visitors the chance to explore nature through a wide range of exhibitions.
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Los Angeles County Museum of ArtThe Los Angeles County Museum of Art, also known by the acronym LACMA, is the largest museum in the west of the US and houses over 150,000 works.
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Ripley's Believe It or Not!Shrunken heads, six-legged pigs.
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Madame TussaudsGlamour, elegance, history and culture.
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Getty CenterThe Getty Center is an impressive artistic space that houses outstanding works of many different forms of art.
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Museum of Contemporary ArtThe Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has three different branches that showcase pieces of American and European contemporary art.
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Getty VillaGetty Villa is a magnificent recreation of an ancient Roman country house that keeps 7,000 years of ancient art in its collections.
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California Science CenterThe California Science Center (also known as ScienCenter) is a dynamic museum that allows visitors to enjoy the wonders of science.
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The BroadThe Broad is a modern and striking contemporary art museum featuring some of the most outstanding post-war works from around the world.
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Disney Adventure ParkThe Disney Adventure Park in Los Angeles brings together thrilling rides, shows, and simulations.
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Universal Studios HollywoodUniversal Studios Hollywood is a park that offers its visitors the chance to see the magic and fantasy worlds of their favourite movies and series in real life.
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