Get away to Little Tokyo! Enjoy the local cuisine, live music, and architecture.
Shopping, Dining and Skyscrapers
Completed in the early 20th century, this building houses the mayor’s office and meeting chambers of the Los Angeles City Council.
Part film and TV studio, part entertainment complex and part amusement park with full-throttle fun at every turn.
You'll find beachside kitsch, boardwalk ambience and carnival fun at this sunbaked LA attraction that’s more than a hundred years old.
Get swept away into the glitzy and glamorous world of movie stars as you see where your favorite movie celebrities live, shop, and hang out. Drive through the most exclusive neighborhoods and admire the world-famous landmarks of Los Angeles from an open-air vintage trolley.
Get ready to explore one of the largest artistic communities in the United States and see some eye-popping street art, in LA's official 'Arts District'! On this tour, your guide will lead you into America's largest art gallery (Hauser & Wirth), another local gallery or two and then ending at Art Share L.
Los Angeles is always changing and you’ll have a front row seat to witness that on our Central Downtown LA tour. Thought L.A. doesn’t have a downtown.. It does and it’s the most dynamic and interesting part of the city.
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Skip the regular lines all day long with the Universal ExpressTM Ticket. Receive all-day admission to the Park, along with one-time express access to each ride and attraction and seated show*.
Take part in this exciting, five-hour, competitive tour in Los Angeles to combine sightseeing with a scavenger hunt. This interactive experience combines the fun of the television show Amazing Race with the suspense of the Da Vinci Code.
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Saddle up for adventure on your next trip with a horseback riding tour through breathtaking scenery.
Spot movie stars and experience the glamour of show business at the legendary home of the American motion picture industry.
Once a hardworking industrial neighbourhood, today’s Downtown LA is a destination reborn with an emphasise on culture and green spaces.
A grand hotel, an important university and exciting performing arts make these two neighborhoods popular destinations on a Los Angeles travel itinerary.
The historic center of Pasadena in Los Angeles County offers alfresco dining, farmers markets, shopping and arts and crafts events.
Spend an afternoon wandering around this historic ethnic neighborhood, which is home to diverse restaurants, a thriving art scene and quirky grocery stores.