Trip to LOS ANGELES

Overview

Los Angeles, often known by its initials L.A., is the largest city in California. With an estimated population of nearly four million people, it is the country's second most populous city (after New York City) and the third most populous city in North America (after Mexico City and New York City). Los Angeles is known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, Hollywood entertainment industry, and its sprawling metropolis.
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Los Angeles invites style, creativity, expression and 24/7 entertainment. Besides the bold identity that WeHo has made for itself, it is warm and welcoming!
You’ll find local businesses blended with world class urban architecture, and of course, top-of-the-line shopping and restaurants. From WeHo, you can access any part of Los Angeles—walk the Sunset Strip, wander Melrose District, or explore the arts at LACMA!
Language: English
Currency: The US Dollar (USD)
Cards + Cash: Credit cards are accepted everywhere.

Climate: Temperatures in West Hollywood are generally mild year round. Spring, summer and fall are warm, dry, clear and bright, with the exception of some “May Gray” and “June Gloom” overcast days.
Wet Season: Rain, if any, falls in winter and peaks in February.
Dry Season: Temperatures peak in the summer months (June-August) when temperatures can reach more 30° !

THINGS TO DO LA

Here, you have an exhaustive array of things to do.
For a trip to Los Angeles, and if you're a film buff, vintage Hollywood is a must-see. Some classic attractions in the area include TCL Chinese Theatre and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and Paramount Pictures Studios, the only television and film studio left in Hollywood.
For a taste of stardom, window-shop along Rodeo Drive or cruise Sunset Boulevard. There are also a plethora of shorelines to choose from, including Venice Beach, Zuma Beach and the Santa Monica Pier and Beach. Arts lovers will want to see a show at Walt Disney Concert Hall or swing by Los Angeles County Museum of Art to admire its collection.
If you aren't sure where to start, a daylong guided tour of the city is a great way to orient yourself. And after exploring all LA has to offer, consider taking a daytrip south to Anaheim-Disneyland.

Downtown LA. Rapidly evolving, this is the city's most intriguing patch, a place where cutting-edge architecture and world-class modern-art museums contrast sharply against blaring mariachi tunes, Chinese grocers and abject poverty.
Venice's ocean-front walk is where SoCal's crazier side lets it all hang out. It's like one long, skunk-scented runway of eccentricity, flanked by soaring palms, tattoo parlors and street art.
A cultural citadel in the sky, the Getty Center delivers highs both literal and metaphorical. Firstly there's that soul-lifting panorama, which takes in hillside mansions, the Pacific Ocean and the unapologetic sprawl of the LA basin.
Mediator between LA and the heavens above, Griffith Observatorydelivers stargazing of a different kind. Here, the universe is king, pondered through historic telescopes, high-tech shows, engaging exhibitions and elegant murals. It was in its spectacular planetarium

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