This itinerary is made easy by staying in Hollywood. I recommend staying at the Hollywood Roosevelt, and you can spend almost the whole first day walking, which will save a lot of time and hassle.
It's worth going to view Hollywood Blvd.’s Walk of Stars and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. They are two parts of historic Hollywood Boulevard.
This iconic sidewalk is home to more than 2,600 stars, each of which is dedicated to a celebrity or group of celebrities.
Melrose Avenue is one of Los Angeles’ most popular destinations, with high-end dining and plenty of shopping.
The Grove is a small shopping center with a variety of high-end boutiques, excellent cuisine, and an ideal location for people watching and window browsing.
The new Walt Disney Concert Hall designed by Frank Gehry is home of the L.A. Philharmonic Orchestra and considered to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls.
Griffith Observatory is a public observatory that is located in the Griffith Park. The observatory is open to the public every day of the week
There's a Merry-Go-Round, built in 1926, and the mini railroad to ride. The train station has many types of trains from throughout history and even two special trains for the kids to enjoy.
The zoo is home to more than 1,100 animals from 250 different species and there are a variety of exhibits and attractions.
The tour takes you through the long history of the studio and even has reconstructed sets from Harry Potter and DC Universe.
This historic pier is home to an amusement park, restaurants, and shops. It's the perfect place to watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
Some of the most popular attractions in Venice Beach include the Venice Boardwalk, Muscle Beach, and the Venice Canals