Top 25 Places to visit in Los Angeles

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Best things to do in Los Angeles and sightseeing in Los Angeles

Venice Beach and Boardwalk - Los Angeles

One of the most vibrant beaches I have been to!
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


Muscle Beach - Los Angeles

Time to get massive and get a sweat on!
Cammy Anderson

120 Followers, 17 Reviews


Bottega Louie - Los Angeles

After a long day visiting the Aquarium in Long Beach and checking out the Endeavor space shuttle at the California Science Centre, we decided to head to Bottega Louie in Downtown L.A for an early dinner. This Italian restaurant describes itself as a “gourmet market & patisserie” and is located in a magnificent old typical building. The atmosphere is very welcoming and the room is extremely wide. Far away from a discrete and small outlet, Bottega Louie will be a very suitable place for family reunions, lunch/dinner with friends or tea time with your besties. As for the interior, the ceiling is very high, hence making room for loud conversations. The waiters as well as the inside adopted an all-white uniform and the tables/chairs could be defined as “brasserie style”. The fact that the kitchen is opened and you can see the big pizza oven makes it more reliable and entertaining. Before getting the fresh oven-cooked pizzas they have on the menu, LYA suggests you get a Louie salad: artichokes, tomatoes, avocado and lettuce The pizzas are served on elevated trays which makes it easier to share and also, more friendly! Further to these amazing Italian dishes, what better than a few “La Duree-wannabe-macaroons” for a sweet final touch? The cakes (tiramisu and fruit tart) were a bit too big and too creamy and not tasty enough, but the small French delicacies are definitely a must try and the restaurant’s signature.
Hannah

199 Followers, 34 Reviews


Fashion District - Los Angeles

Interesting place to wander. Found some cool shops with great prices that we can't find at home. One of my friends loves fashion so we came here for her and it wasn't quite what we expected but still cool.
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


Beard Papa's Sweets Cafe - Los Angeles

I love Beard Papa and... there was a Groupon. We ended up with a dozen.
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


Tenno Sushi - Los Angeles

What do you crave in Little Tokyo? Sushi. We randomly found this spot on Yelp. Great sushi and some awesome daily specials. Glad we found it!
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


Sixth Street Tavern - Los Angeles

I ended my day with a quick bite from this lovely place right opposite the Standard Hotel. Essentially a bar, this is a nice and friendly place to hangout for a while. The bartender recommended their signature cheese fries that I paired with a summer wheat ale on the patio. The fries were good, but admittedly, smoked Gouda is not my favorite, so I would skip that next time and go straight for a beer. Their range of cocktails didn't look too bad either!
Gina Zammit

153 Followers, 5 Reviews


Angel's Knoll - Los Angeles

There was an adorable park located near the staircase to the right of the cars called Angel’s Knoll. I was lured by the sweet smell and gorgeous purple color of the Jacaranda trees, but was even more delighted to find out the park was a filming location for one my favorite movies, (500) Days of Summer. The park is pretty small, so finding the bench where Summer and Tom shared two important moments in the film wasn’t too difficult, but I asked for guidance from a park ranger nonetheless. This beautiful park gives a hill-side view of the high rises. Great place to sit back and relax.
Gina Zammit

153 Followers, 5 Reviews


Grand Central Market - Los Angeles

Situated in the heart of Downtown LA, this market opened in 1917 and has been operating since. The Grand Central Market has changed with the passing years. It has around 90-plus vendors selling a wide variety of products such as baked goods, coffee, cheese, etc. This historic landmark serves as a display of the cultural mix of cuisines in LA. It's 30,000 sq. ft. marketplace comprises of a food emporium and a retail marketplace. Sometimes public events are also held here. I walked through the market to feel the energy of the place and over zealously purchased a saccharine cup of iced coffee that I immediately swapped for a single origin brew from G&B Coffee.
Gina Zammit

153 Followers, 5 Reviews


Angels Flight - Los Angeles

Later, I hurried across the street to glide up the shortest railroad in the world, Angel’s Flight. Built in 1901 as The Los Angeles Incline Railway, this place is a 298 foot-long funicular, bright and colorful part of Downtown LA. It begins at Hill Street and costs 50 cents one way. It's a nice experience to ride in this cable car, especially since it has been linked to the life of the people here for years now. It has two funicular cars- Sinai and Ovilet. This teeny tiny railway shuttled wealthy citizens in the then fashionable Bunker Hill neighborhood, up and down the steep slope between Hill and Olive streets. The ride obviously short, but provided a great view of the area, and I loved the adorable cars, ticket booth, and station.
Gina Zammit

153 Followers, 5 Reviews


Blue Cow kitchen & bar - Los Angeles

This small yet chic restaurant serves delicious sandwiches and a wide variety of cocktails and craft beer. Motivated by hunger, I figured that I should probably grab a bite here. Their menu offers farm fresh organic dishes. Hidden in the much deserted downtown area, I was glad I came across this one. The restaurant gives out a casual ambiance yet serves some of the tastiest dishes. It also features a happy hour with gourmet choices and the waiters are friendly. I thoroughly enjoyed my meal, the cozy outdoor seating, and the extremely friendly staff.
Gina Zammit

153 Followers, 5 Reviews


Little Tokyo - Los Angeles

Cool district, great Japanese shops and restaurants and a lot of things that are pretty hard to find elsewhere. Fun to wander!
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


Walt Disney Concert Hall - Los Angeles

Its rightly a 'French Curve in the city of T-squares' If you fancy modern art and architecture, this is a must see attraction. Now open for various operas and theater performances, LA Phil or the Walt Disney Concert Hall rests in the heart of Los Angeles overlooking Downtown Los Angeles along the civic center. The space is abnormally quiet on the junction of two important streets. The best feature of LA Phil is the shiny metallic titanium finish that outshines the surrounding sandstone and brick towers.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


Olverita's Village - Los Angeles

Amidst the hustle bustle of the city, a place preserving Mexican heritage and culture, One can buy souvenirs from Mexico and grab a quick bite at those quaint cafes
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


Tres by José Andrés - Los Angeles

The food was amazing. We came here for afternoon tea and even though the hostess had warned the kitchen that we were running late, the chef apparently threw a bit of a fit and only made two of some items instead of three (and we were paying for three). Everything tasted delicious but the service was extremely slow which was puzzling since the restaurant was quiet. Still, the food was worth the poor service. And I don't say that often.
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


Lady M Cake Boutique - Los Angeles

These millecrepe cakes were light as air and really delicious.
Daisy

231 Followers, 143 Reviews


Hollywood - Los Angeles

Lights, Camera annnnnnnnd Action. Great tour of Hollywood and of Bevels Hills!
Cammy Anderson

120 Followers, 17 Reviews


Walk of Fame - Los Angeles

While you walk from the Graumann's Theater towards the Sunset Boulevard, on the both sides of the streets, the pedestrian is carved and inscribed with the name of famous celebrities from the film industry along with a little cartoon depicting their profession. People often cover the walk of fame to get pictures with their celeb's embeddings.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


Hollywood Boulevard - Los Angeles

A heaven for shopaholics and foodies
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


Hollywood Walk of Fame - Los Angeles

Take pictures with the stars of your favorite Hollywood superstars from yesteryear s and modern years
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


TCL Chinese Theatre - Los Angeles

Graumann's Theatre, now known as TCL Chinese Theatre is a profound name in the Film Industry all over the world. Best known for the footprints and palm impressions of legendary celebrities of Hollywood, TCL Chinese Theater holds 30 minutes documentary which now houses world's largest IMAX theater.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


Dolby Theatre - Los Angeles

Kodak Theatre or the Dolby Theatre is another attraction for movie lovers. The theatre is an architectural marvel in its own good way. Attractive super luxury outlets on both the side of the atrium, capitals displaying all the movies having won Academy Awards every since its very beginning. Be sure to run into atleast one or two celebrities while you are at the hollywood boulevard. In my case, I came across the rapper, 2 Chainz, a hip hp artist riding his monster Harley Davidson. Also, while you are at it, you may be given free passes to various shows like The Late Late Shows With Craig Ferguson etc. Its Hollywood, and anything can happen.
Ankita Misra

458 Followers, 70 Reviews


Griffith Observatory - Los Angeles

Griffith Observatory is said to inspire everyone to observe, ponder, and understand the sky and that is what one ends up doing.
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


Hollywood Sign - Los Angeles

The Observatory is the best vantage point for observing the world-famous Hollywood Sign. Other points where is sign is visible from are the Hollywood and Highland Center and Lake Hollywood Park on Canyon Lake Drive. We chose the former as we got to see the observatory as well.
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


Griffith Park Drive - Los Angeles

Griffith Park is one of the largest urban parks in North America in Los Angeles, California. The park covers 4,310 acres of land, making it
Pooja Chaudhary

396 Followers, 54 Reviews


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