Travel — California
Los Angeles - L.A.
"Life offers two great gifts — time,
and the ability to choose how we spend it."
California Here I Come
Time to get away from it all? Think palm trees,
sunny skies, beautiful sandy beaches and
miles of oceanfront
and biking paths.
LA is also home to world-class gourmet restaurants, trendy
nightclubs, fabulous museums, chic boutiques, fun family attractions,
and countless celebrities. Be sure to visit
Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and see where the "Rich & Famous"
shop — it's
one of the world's most prestigious shopping destinations. And take a picture of the world-famous "HOLLYWOOD" sign — it's
one of L.A.'s most photographed attractions.
L.A. Beaches — Fun in the Sun
L.A. beaches are world-renowned. Popular beach communities include: Venice
Beach (and Muscle Beach), Santa Monica, Malibu, Marina del Ray, Manhattan
Beach, and Redondo Beach...to name a few.
Fun Places to Visit
Where to spot Celebrities in L.A.
Home to Disneyland, Hollywood, Beverly
Strip, gorgeous beaches, fabulous
weather, and more movie stars than you can count — it's
no wonder that L.A. is one of the world's most popular tourist
When To Visit Los Angeles
Almost anytime is a good time to visit L.A. — its "Mediterranean-like" mild
climate and plenty of California sunshine makes it an ideal venue.
Enjoy an array of outdoor recreational activities, including biking,
running, rollerblading, volleyball, boating, fishing, golf, surfing
Fun Tours, Day Trips
Take a Guided Tour — Fun Day Trips and
Excursions too — and discover some of the most famous
places in and around Los Angeles...and beyond. Fun family attractions
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Getty Museum Tour
Six Flags Magic Mountain Tour
The Grand Tour of LA
Movie Stars Homes Tour
During your visit to L.A., take a "Movie Stars Homes Tour" and check
Hills, Bel Air and Holmby Hills.
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Holmby Hills, Bel-Air, and Beverly Hills form
the "Golden Triangle" of Los Angeles' priciest and most exclusive neighborhoods.
Fun Area Attractions
Known as the "American Riviera," Santa Barbara is located
on California's Central Coast. Nestled between the Santa Ynez mountains
and the Pacific Ocean — approximately 100 miles North of
Wine Country is one of California's premier wine destinations — especially
of the highly-acclaimed 2004 indie hit movie "Sideways" — it
was filmed on location in the popular wine region of
Santa Ynez Valley.