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What To See and What To Do in Los Angeles

Hollywood, The beaches, Universal Studios, Disneyland, Sunset Boulevard are only a few of things to see and try in L.A. We have selected the best tours and activities for you, and in this Guide to Los Angeles you will find our recommendations. We have researched and picked out the best way for you to plan and book, and verified the booking providers. Our service is to be trusted and all our recommendations are bookable online and easy – on the GO! See also free things to do in L.A.

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Whale watching tour Los Angeles


See giant blue whales, up to 100 feet in length, as well as finback whales and humpback whales on a 2-hour whale watching excursion off Newport Beach. These are just a few of the whale varieties making their home in the waters off Southern California. Buy tickets for whale watching here

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Experience the magic of Hollywood and see how movies are made on this guided small group tour of Warner Bros. Studio. See i.a. the famous Central Perk Café from “Friends“,  a Harry Potter movie set, and green-screen technology. Warner Bros. has 100-year film history. Buy Warner Bros. Tickets here

Petersen Automotive

Discover some of the most iconic and rare cars, motorcycles, and trucks spanning over 120 years of automotive history on the largest guided automotive tour in the United States plus get a general admission ticket to current exhibits. Buy tickets for Petersen museum here



Our special tip: Celeb Helicopter Tour

Take a flight ‘to the stars’ during this 30-minute celebrity-themed helicopter ride and sightseeing trip over Hollywood. Soar above Tinseltown as you get a bird’s-eye view of landmarks like the mansions of Hollywood Hills and Beverly Hills. The  world-famous Hollywood Sign, TCL Chinese Theatre (Grauman’s) and iconic streets like Sunset Boulevard and Hollywood Boulevard. It’s the perfect way to ‘elevate’ your Los Angeles visit to the next level. Book our recommended helicopter tour


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Los Angeles is a city that presents you with many faces and different neighborhoods, each offering something exciting. The city has so much going on that you’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to explore. If you’re after glamour, bustle and excitement, Los Angeles is the place for you. Start with the attractions of Hollywood, such as the Walk of Fame and TCL Chinese Theatre, before strolling the section of Sunset Boulevard known as The Strip with its vibrant billboards, restaurants and famous nightclubs. See also nearby things to do.

Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive

High-fashion shopping and high-end dining, browse and window-shop Beverly Hills’ single-name stores, such as Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Lanvin, Tiffany’s and Valentino. This is also a place to people-watch: Sip a coffee outside one of the cafes on the palm tree-lined sidewalks and watch the luxury cars roll by. Or see if you can spot one the many celebrity residents disguised as everyday people.

Beach Towns of Los Angeles

Everyone in Los Angeles has a favorite beach, and each beach has its own vibe, from the famed Malibu to lively Manhattan Beach. Santa Monica’s 5.6-kilometer stretch of sand is marked by the world-famous pier. The pier – with its amusement park, arcade and aquarium – is a short walk from Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade, an outdoor mall offering shopping in a festive environment. Neighboring Venice Beach is equally enchanting, but at the same time, a world apart. The beach is spacious and the sidewalk features a quirky – some might say “outrageous” – mix of people suitable for a movie set. Other beaches in LA, Oxnard, Dockweiler, Zuma Ventura, Hermosa, Santa Catalina, Newport, Laguna, Huntington, and the family friendly Redondo Beach.

Music and L.A.

Music lovers will feel right at home in downtown’s L.A. Live complex, home to the Grammy Museum, which features exhibits and memorabilia tracing Los Angeles’ prominent role in popular music. Search and find a concert in L.A.

Culture in Los Angeles

The Getty Center with its soaring architecture and cozy museum rooms full of sought-after permanent and traveling art exhibits. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art features more than 120,000 works, representing ancient and modern culture. Nearby, the Craft & Folk Art Museum, the Page Museum (home to the La Brea Tar Pits), the Architecture & Design Museum and the Petersen Automotive Museum will round out your museum hopping.

Enjoy Los Angeles!