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Los Angeles makes it extraordinarily easy to tap into the good life. Sassy, and good-spirited, the city is the perfect destination for some laidback self-indulgence. It has nature — from lively coastal beaches to immense rugged mountains —, a diverse collection of districts, and all the great offerings one could ask from a big cosmopolitan hub. All that is backed up by the luminous Southern California weather!

Getting there

If you happen to be going to Los Angeles by plane, you’ll arrive at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The airport taxi is usually the quickest and most comfortable option to get to the city center, and it takes around 30 minutes. It’s also more expensive, so many travelers opt for using public transportation. Visitors can take the FlyAway Bus, which reaches Downtown L.A. in 40 minutes, or the Green Line G shuttle to go to the Aviation/LAX Metro Rail Station. From there, hop on the Green Line Metro to Willowbrook and transfer to the Blue Line to reach Downtown LA.

Places to visit

Best Things To Do In 24 Hours In Los Angeles

Hollywood: Hollywood is the perfect pied-à-Terre for those who want a taste of the decadent and old-school side of Los Angeles. The ultimate symbol of show-biz, this neighborhood glitters with a variety of picture-perfect tourist attractions, including the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Sign, the Chinese Theatre, and Sunset Boulevard.

Venice Beach: Wellness enthusiasts will love to spend the day at the bustling Venice Beach. There, they can go for a relaxing meditation session supported by ethically sourced crystals at Hallowed Ground, grab a coconut curry bowl at the plant-based The Butcher’s Daughter, or go essential oil hunting at Saje.

Santa Monica: Placed west of downtown Los Angeles, this coastal city welcomes its visitors with a stunning mountainous setting, 3 ½ miles of shoreline, and the magical Santa Monica Pier. At the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, you’ll find the 160-acre Runyon Canyon Park, one of the most popular hiking destinations in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles’ Beaches: With around 75 miles of coastline that stretches from Malibu to Long Beach, Los Angeles is the perfect destination if you’re craving some time by the ocean. Sizzling especially during the summer months, L.A.’s beach scene encompasses hot spots such as Zuma Beach, El Matador State Beach, and Leo Carrillo State Beach, just to name a few.

The Broad Museum: This museum houses a vast collection of contemporary art masterpieces by Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and other talented art geniuses. 

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LA Hiking Trails: Los Angeles has more to offer than Hollywood’s nostalgic glamour. Adventurous travelers who crave daily doses of adrenaline can head to Los Angeles’ fabulous hiking trails, especially the ones at Griffith Park.

LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art): This museum houses more than 142,000 art pieces, and the iconic"Urban Light", a large-scale installation made with restored street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s. 

Getty Museum: Museum-hoppers should also visit the Getty Museum, which harbors Greek, Roman, and Etruscan art from the Neolithic to Late Antiquity, and European art —from the Middle Ages to the early twentieth century. A sight to behold!

Los Angeles’ shopping spots: Some of the city’s most exclusive and luxurious shops are located in Rodeo Drive, a two-mile-long street in Beverly Hills, sprinkled with stores by Chanel, Valentino, Dior, and Cartier.

For a more laid-back experience, head to The Grove, an outdoor mall dotted with lauded stores, such as Michael Kors, J.Crew, and Nike. Not far away is the Original Farmers Market, where you can shop local and family-owned groceries and meals to go!

Best time to visit

For comfortable temperatures and fewer tourists around, visit Los Angeles during spring or autumn. From September to November, the air tends to be more breathable, with temperatures ranging from 11ªC to 20ºC. From March to May temperatures are also pleasant, and it doesn't rain as much as in winter.

Events & Festivals

Chinese New Year:  The year begins with the Chinese New Year, a two-day fair that includes stunning lantern processions, and lively cultural performances. 

The Academy Awards: In late February, the city hosts the Oscars, the most prestigious award in the entertainment industry, which brings a wave of excitement into L.A.

Fourth Of July: In July, Hollywood Bowl hosts LA’s Spectacular fireworks display in celebration of Independence Day. A must-watch!


Diddy Riese’s: Want to curb your sugar cravings? Then go to Diddy Riese’s, and try their delicious ice cream sandwiches and.

Grand Central Market: For a quick trip around the world, head to the Grand Central Market, where you’ll be tempted to try everything you can think of: from the traditional Berlin currywurst to artisanal wood-fired pizzas and focaccias.

La Mascota Bakery: Given Los Angeles's proximity to Mexico’s border and its robust Latin community, the city offers an enviable plethora of Mexican eateries. For a life-changing tamale, go to La Mascota Bakery.

Family Friendly

Universal Studios Hollywood: The complex encompasses a theme park filled with pulse-pounding rides inspired by Jurassic Park, Fast & Furious, and Transformers, which is a mecca for kids. Its most sought-after attraction? The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, where children can hop aboard rides like Flight of the Hippogriff, and explore the passageways, classrooms, and corridors of Hogwarts.

Toyota Symphonies for Youth: Another great activity for kids in Los Angeles is the Toyota Symphonies for Youth, which happens at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and invites children ages 5 to 11 to experience the thrill of live performance, and immerse themselves in hands-on workshops, including art-making, an instrument petting zoo, and dance.

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles: In here, little ones can examine over 300 dinosaur fossils —including a real Triceratops fossil that is over 65 million years old — watch butterflies take flight at the butterfly pavilion, and gaze at over 2,000 minerals, rocks, meteorites, and gems from across the world.

La Brea Tar Pits and Museum: A fascinating site known for its array of mammal fossils that have been beneath the hearth for tens of thousands of years.