Must-Sees in Los Angeles
TCL Chinese Theatre is the most famous cinema in the world and the place where the most important film premieres are held.
The Griffith Observatory is not only one of the most famous astronomic observatories in the world, but it also offers incredible views of Los Angeles.
Built between 1992 and 2003 and designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is an impressive work of architecture.
Characterised by film stars and fashion, Rodeo Drive is the most exclusive shopping street in Los Angeles.
Stahl House is an elegant modernist-styled building in Hollywood Hills, considered an iconic example of 20th century architecture.
Located halfway down Santa Monica Beach, Santa Monica Pier is one of the most iconic places in LA. Visit its famous amusement park.
The Walk of Fame was created in 1958 to represent the characteristic glamour of Hollywood. It has now become one of the most representative elements of LA.
Built in 1939, Union Station is the largest train station in the west of the United States and an architectural wonder.
Can you think of a more emblematic image of LA than its famous Hollywood Sign? I didn't think so!
Olvera Street is a pleasant historic district that was restored in order to remember the city's Mexican heritage.
Universal Studios 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.
At 310 metres high and excellently located in downtown Los Angeles, OUE Skyspace is an observation deck within the US Bank Tower.
Glamour, movie stars and show business... The Dolby Theatre has been known worldwide as the venue for Oscars since 2002.