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Lights, camera, action. As the Western entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles is a beacon for small-town hopefuls, nurturing talented creatives for decades on end. Musicians, moviemakers and television stars, Los Angeles’ Hollywood is the hub of all things celebrity, which depending on opinion, is either ideal or less than. The rich and famous aside, this city’s rich tapestry of subcultures keeps things interesting in fast-paced LA. Laid-back Santa Barbara, pristine high-end Beverly Hills, the uber-creative and colourful Los Angeles’ Arts District, and the concrete jungle of LA’s Downtown neighbourhood barely scrape the surface of this city’s diverse scenes. In a city where waiters are actors (and actors are waiters), where name-dropping follows hello, and healthy eating is a way of life, there’s always something to keep you entertained in Los Angeles.

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Things to do in Los Angeles

  • Our tips for Los Angeles

    Our tips for Los Angeles
    • Take a hike. A hike high into the Hollywood Hills sagebrush is practically mandatory while in LA. Embrace the health-conscious culture of this city, and get your walk on at Runyon Canyon or opt for quieter Griffith Park.
    • Rub shoulders with celebs. Are you Brad Pitt’s biggest fan? Your best chance of a celebrity sighting is by visiting LA in February, when stars big and small flock to Hollywood’s mecca for the annual Academy Awards.
    • Test out the food truck phenomenon.Food trucks first found their calling in the US, with Los Angeles embracing the new fast food movement with gusto. The best of the city’s street eats are at Venice beach and Santa Monica, and are perfect for a quick bite between sightseeing.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Avoid the wet seasons of October through to November and February to March, and head to LA when the sun’s shining. This city is full of outdoorsy activities, so make the most of it and enjoy the long, hot summer days.
    Getting There LA’s unspoken rule of driving everywhere - always, means finding your way around this city can be tricky. Here are our navigation tips …
    • Los Angeles locals opt for driving as their main form of transport for good reason: the city is large, with different neighbourhoods and districts spanning miles and meaning the quickest travel is by car. Avoid rush hour though, this city has some of the worst traffic in the country.
    • Hop-on, hop-off sightseeing buses are a great way to get from a to b. In keeping with traditional LA style, cruising the streets of Los Angeles on four wheels allows you to get your bearings, and picking up some of the city’s most interesting facts and seeing the landmarks along the way.
    • The Metro Rail consists of two subway lines and six light rail lines connecting the city’s far-flung districts. For those on too tight a budget for a hire-car, the metro is a fail-safe, budget-friendly option.
    Stay Safe Los Angeles is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • Look out for pickpockets. Petty thieves operate throughout Los Angeles’ main tourist areas, so only carry small change, keeping your handbag and other valuables close.
    • If you are walking the streets alone, be wary of strangers and walk in well-lit, populated areas. Walk with purpose, even if you’re unsure of your location. Looking like you know your way will ward off dodgy opportunists.
    • In any emergency, dial 911.