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Los Angeles

The City of Angels is a vast and complex city, famed for its red carpets and golden sands – think the Oscars and the iconic, Baywatch-inspiring Malibu Beach. Stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame or enjoy a tour around Universal Studios Hollywood.

For even more star spotting take a trip down the sunset strip and snap some shots of some of the most infamous night clubs in the world, Whiskey a Go Go and The Viper Lounge just to name a few. Yes, a holiday to Los Angeles might feel like you’ve stepped onto a film set but the atmosphere is both lazy and electric. Centre of the entertainment world; explore it at your leisure.

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There really is something for everyone in LA and there are plenty of alternative attractions.

Check out the Bunny Museum in Pasadena and the Petersen Automotive Museum which houses seriously cool cars like the Batmobile from the 1967 Batman series. And if you like rock n roll, head to the Rock Store which is a brilliant biker hangout.

Los Angeles weather

Five-day forecast

TUESDAY

26.07.

26°C

WEDNESDAY

27.07.

25°C

THURSDAY

28.07.

25°C

FRIDAY

29.07.

25°C

SATURDAY

30.07.

24°C

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Top 5 things to do in Los Angeles

10 facts about Los Angeles

1.

LA is often tipped to be the world’s entertainment capital.

2.

When the city was first founded, it was called El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora Reina de los Angeles sobre el Rio Porciuncula. Los Angeles seems a little simpler!

3.

LA doesn’t see much rain usually but when it rains, there’s a downpour. Make sure you pack an umbrella.

4.

In 2006, a tar pit was found in the city that contains the remains of a Saber-toothed tiger, giant sloths and a mammoth that was since named Zed.

5.

The sign that says Hollywood originally said ‘Hollywoodland’.

6.

Looney Tunes voice artist, Mel Blanc, is buried in Hollywood’s Forever Cemetery. He is best known for “that’s all folks!” and this is on his gravestone.

7.

It got hotter in LA when the Walk Disney Concert Hall first installed its steel walls. The reflecting light made pavements get to over 140 degrees.

8.

Every Spring the Getty Museum brings in goats to delicately eat around its grounds. They eat all the weeds very quickly.

9.

LA experienced an oil rush when, in 1892, oil was found near (what is now) Dodger Stadium.

10.

There are more cars than people in Los Angeles.

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