Destination Spotlight: Los Angeles

The City of Los Angeles holds many distinctions. LA is the entertainment capital of the world, a cultural mecca boasting more than 100 museums, and a paradise of good weather. Hollywood attracts millions of visitors each year who travel there to pay homage to their favorite stars and perhaps even catch a glimpse of a few famous personalities. Sometimes they're lucky! On these pages you'll find famous Hollywood landmarks such as the Walk of Fame (stars on the sidewalk), the Hollywood Sign, the Hollywood Bowl and more.

Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of the world, and for film fans, the ultimate experience is a behind-the-scenes studio tour. Most of the big movie studios have relocated into the LA suburbs. At Universal Studios Hollywood, the Studio Tour is perhaps its most legendary attraction.

The triple domes of the Griffith Observatory are a tourist destination for a number of reasons. The first is the view: the Observatory sits on the south slope of Mount Hollywood, providing great sightlines for the Hollywood Sign as well as the entire Los Angeles basin below.

Los Angeles is one of those places where kids can feel at home. There are many options in and around this bustling city for travelers with young children in tow. Southern California has quite a few famous amusement parks where you can find rides, attractions and theme-based entertainment. Southern California's most popular amusement park, featuring world-famous characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy. Second most popular theme park behind Disneyland/California Adventure. The world-famous movie studio and theme park featuring movie studios, tours, attractions, rides, restaurants and more.

Most Popular Hotels

DoubleTree Los Angeles Downtown
599
Double Room Room Only 7 nights
The Beverly Hilton
729
Standard Room Room Only 7 nights
Best Western Plus Markland Hotel
209
Double Standard Bed and Breakfast 7 nights