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This Los Angeles County location is home to approximately 3,800,000 people.
You can find this destination approximately 360 miles from Sacramento, the state capital of California. It's also about 19 miles from San Fernando.
Dynamic and truly international, Los Angeles is famous for Universal Studios Hollywood® and Knott's Berry Farm. It is also well known for Santa Monica Pier and Hollywood Bowl.
Leave the grown-up world behind for a while and be transported into a place of imagination at the Warner Brothers Studio and the TCL Chinese Theatre. Want more? Disney California Adventure® Park and the Sony Pictures Studios will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
Fish-loving visitors will be captivated by the aquatic life housed at Aquarium of the Pacific. More ocean adventures await at Cabrillo Marine Aquarium and Roundhouse Marine Studies Lab & Aquarium.
Whether you like majestic mammals or unassuming reptiles, the Los Angeles Zoo and Wildlife Learning Center have something for everyone.
The heart-pumping action at the LA Racing and the Porsche Experience Center is sure to impress visiting motorsport enthusiasts.
At the San Antonio Winery, wine enthusiasts can learn about the local winemaking techniques and traditions, before savoring a glass of the end product.
Even though you'll be gambling responsibly, everyone still has a blast at the Commerce Casino and the Hustler Casino. If you're on a hot streak and need more action-packed thrills, why not also try the Hollywood Park Casino or the Hawaiian Gardens Casino?
Rare and unusual local and exotic plants, leafy trees and long, winding pathways await you at the Huntington Library and the Virginia Robinson Gardens. The Descanso Gardens and the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden are two more wonderful places to wander around.
When it's time to take five, grab a bite to eat and find a shady nook at one of the area's pleasant green spaces, such as the La Brea Tar Pits and Griffith Park. Echo Park and Castaic Lake are two more nice places to while away a lazy afternoon with a good book.
Got a spare afternoon and you're not quite sure what to do? The helpful staff at Anthony C Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center are well equipped to give you some tips. You'll be able to discover even more brochures and maps at Santa Monica Visitor Center and Marina del Rey Visitors Center.
Take a walk and enjoy the calm water at Clago's Pond and Los Angeles River. If the sun is out, you might even dip your toes into the shallows.
Are you looking for a place where you can take a break from sightseeing for a bit? Head over to Venice Beach or Zuma Beach for a great day outdoors. You could also check the water temperature at at Redondo Beach Pier and Manhattan Beach Pier.
Need to escape the noise of the city? Head out on an adventure to Devil's Punchbowl and Hopkins Wilderness Park. Nature-loving visitors will also have a great time at Lake Legg and Los Angeles State Historic Park.
Broaden your perspectives by visiting one of the area's wonderfully curated exhibition spaces. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the unique collections at the RMS Queen Mary and the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the California Science Center are also worth a visit.
Maritime museums play an important role in the conservation of nautical artifacts and the recounting of the world's most important tales of the sea. See the remains of this region's marine past at the SS Lane Victory, the Los Angeles Maritime Museum and the Los Angeles Maritime Museum & Around.
Hear about many fascinating scientific breakthroughs by taking a guided tour of any of the science museums. Griffith Observatory, the Star Eco Station and Mt Wilson Observatory are a must for people crazy about science.
From the second you walk through the doors, it is obvious that the collections at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the Fowler Museum are the product of obsession. Looking back from behind protective glass, these fantastic specimens can't help but excite your imagination. You might also like to visit the Southwest Museum and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles is a hub of artistic energy, with gallery and exhibition spaces galore. Soak up the trendy atmopshere at the Norton Simon Museum and the Getty Center. The Hammer Museum and the Grammy Museum are also worth a look if you can fit them in before dinner.
Go back to days gone by and discover the secrets of the past at the Japanese American National Museum and the California African American Museum. Do you like the sound of those? You'll be able to learn even more at the Autry National Center and the Chinese American Museum.
The Hollywood Sign and the University of California Los Angeles are certainly worth visiting, even if you aren't a history buff. More tales from a bygone era are waiting for you at the Santa Monica College and the Occidental College.
Learn a little about the region's spiritual side and enjoy the serene atmosphere at San Gabriel Mission and Wayfarers Chapel. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and the Angelus Temple are also popular sacred sites.
Once you've checked out all the major points of interest in Los Angeles, make time to visit some of its lesser-known sights. L.A. Live and the Getty Villa are well worth a look. Also, consider checking out Vincent Thomas Bridge and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion if your schedule allows.
If you are wondering where to stay in Los Angeles, head to our Los Angeles lodging options. There are no less than 168 accommodations to select from in this highly popular destination.
The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, 900 W. Olympic Blvd, and The Redbury @ Hollywood and Vine, at 1717 Vine St, are two great examples of upscale hotels in Los Angeles. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you'll find the cheapest deals at the Hollywood Orchid Suites, at 1753 Orchid Ave, or the Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West, at 611 S Westlake Ave.
Chilling on a beach doing not much at all is nice and all, but there's nothing like jumping into exciting new experiences on your getaway!
The excellent news is that in Los Angeles there are heaps of things to do. Here are some of our picks:
Check out the Los Angeles things to do page for a full list.
The Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport is located just 1 block from LAX, and offers complimentary 24-hour pick-up and drop-off shuttle service between the hotel and airport every 10 to 15 minutes. The hotel is also 5 blocks from numerous restaurants.
This hotel is less than a mile from Los Angeles International Airport; Manhattan and Venice beaches are 5 miles away.
This sleek high-rise is a quarter-mile from LAX, six miles from Manhattan Beach, 10 miles from Santa Monica, and 14 miles from Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles.
Set in the Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex, Loews Hollywood Hotel is next to TCL Chinese Theater, the Walk of Fame, and the Dolby Theater, venue for the Academy Awards.