A visit to L.A. – sounds so grand. If you’ve a quest for travel then genuinely Los Angeles is THE place. Below is a concise guide of famous tourist places to travel in Los Angeles:
A week’s time vacation is like a drop in the bucket to explore whole of the Griffith Park. It is so vast that you might end up with only Griffith Park throughout your vacation. There are many exciting activities designed to engage visitors out of which the most adventurous are hiking trails, bike paths and pony rides. You shouldn’t be missing on the Equestrian Center, Greek Theatre, Travel Town, Autry National Center and L.A. Zoo.
As the name implies, Grand Park is very grand – 12 acre all in all. This park basically faces the City Hall and is surrounded by the imposing County Courthouse and Hall of Administration. The attraction here is the perfect sync of the pinkish benches and seats coupled with a fascinating fountain and some hangouts to engage kids.
3.Santa Monica Pier-
Majority of the Los Angeles towns fronting the beach preferably focus on the highlight of including a pier and Santa Monica Pier is one such entertaining. Talented street performers and peaceful sight of Pacific and L.A. shoreline makes the visit worthwhile. There’s this beautiful Santa Monica Pier Aquarium for ocean lovers, for the bolds there’s this Trapeze School, also there’s the world's only solar-powered Ferris wheel and of course free annual Twilight concerts.
A perfect place for the ones who hold a typical obsession for Hollywood. The inspiration and the magic you feel seeing the 45 foot tall white bold letters ‘HOLLYWOOD’ is truly unmatchable. You can actually post your photograph with the sign and see yourself as a celebrity thereafter.
Chinatown reflects the history of L.A. You can head here to some great foods of the world. You can plan your schedule according to the upcoming events herein Chinatown- Chinatown Summer Nights, walking tours, gallery openings, a farmers' market every Thursday and festivals. There’s this picturesque view of hanging red lanterns, Sun Yat-sen sculpture, Thien Hau Temple, Chinatown Wishing Well and the architecture all around.