• Top sights

    Los Angeles School of Gymnastics
    1. Los Angeles School of Gymnastics
    2. Griffith Park
    3. Santa Monica State Beach
    4. J. Paul Getty Museum
    5. Wally's
  • The best restaurants

    Tocaya Organica
    1. Tocaya Organica
    2. Wax Paper
    3. Guisados
    4. Mendocino Farms
    5. Larchmont Village Wine & Cheese
  • Popular shopping locations

    The Last Bookstore
    1. The Last Bookstore
    2. Amoeba Music
    3. The Original Farmers Market
    4. Brentwood Farmers' Market
    5. Whole Foods Market

Los Angeles is a huge metropolis with hispanic roots and Hollywood glam. San Pedro serves as the port of Los Angeles and the gateway to the numerous neighborhoods and districts of "L.A." waiting to be explored. You can find restaurants, shopping and museums -- all of world-class caliber. Plus, parks, hiking trails and walking tours, too. And beaches? There's a whole coastline of choices -- from Redondo and Santa Monica to the shores of Malibu.

Rodeo Drive
At only three blocks long, Rodeo Drive is home to some of the world's most exclusive and upscale shops and boutiques. These three blocks make up the most famous shopping district in America, and it may well be the most expensive too.

Sunset Strip
The part of Sunset Boulevard known as the "Sunset Strip" is the mile and a half stretch of Sunset between Hollywood and Beverly Hills. This famed strip includes restaurants, music clubs, shops and Hollywood nightspots. On weekends, it's a mecca for tourists and stargazers.

Disney Concert Hall
This strikingly unique building designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry is the new home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Los Angeles Master Chorale, as well as a gleaming trophy piece for LA's downtown

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