Many first time visitors will spend their time seeing the more popular tourist attractions and sights. But if you've already seen most of the typical landmarks or just want to get off the beaten path, there are lots of unique, less commercial and potentially more memorable things that visitors should check out while in Los Angeles.
Not everything in Los Angeles relates to its urban sophistication: seemingly wedged between the Santa Monica and San Gabriel mountains, an arid desert and the sparkling Pacific Ocean, it's hard to imagine a place that offers a broader range of outdoor activities. Swimming, surfing, boating and deep-sea fishing; yoga on the beach and rollerblading on the streets.
Paradise Cove: Brad and Angelina have been photographed strolling along the scenic sands of TV's Rockford Files fame. The water looks lovely but can be quite polluted. Eating at the beach cafe cuts the $25 parking fee down to $3. Walk-ins are $5.
You can spend the whole afternoon to soak up the almost-carnival atmosphere of Venice Beach with its many street artists, musicians and other bohemian characters, while walking along the ocean or you can do a break and spend some relaxing moments at any point along the 13 kilometers of beaches.
About 100 restaurants, shops, and grocers cater to a mix of workers from the CBS Television City complex, locals,and tourist by the bus load. Retailers sell greeting cards, kitchen implements, candles, and souvenirs, but everyone comes for the food stands plying oysters, hot donuts, Cajun gumbo, fresh-squeezed orange juice.
Go for the glamor, the restaurants, and the scene. This is the L.A. that gives East Coasters material for snarly jokes: plastic surgery, scads of sushi spots, and a parade of custom cars inching down the congested Westwood corridor along legendary streets like Sunset, Wilshire, and Santa Monica Boulevard.
Griffith Park is the United States' largest municipal park, encompassing over 4,107 acres of natural terrain covered with California oak trees, wild sage and Manzanita.
This is one of the world's great movie palaces and one of Hollywood's finest landmarks. Outrageously conceived, with authentic and simulated Chinese embellishments, Grauman's theater was designed to impress. Original Chinese heavenly doves top the facade, and 2 of the theater columns once propped up a Ming dynasty temple.
When the Hollywood honchos realized how limited the footprint space was at Grauman's, they came up with another way to pay tribute to the stars. Since 1960, more than 2000 celebrities have been honored, along the world's most famous sidewalk, with a bronze medallion, set into the center of terrazzo star.
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