LA is a quite extraordinary location to live thanks to the pleasant weather, limitless options for outdoor activities, world-class museums. Plus a few of the nation’s finest dining establishments. Below we bring you a list of 4 fun things to do when you are in Los Angeles.
This park began in 1955 with Disneyland Park, supervised by Walt Disney himself.
An obligatory field trip whatever your age, Disneyland Resort is two amusement park, Disneyland Park and Disney California Experience, linked by the outdoor shopping location, Downtown Disney. This is one place we go out once every year with our Los Angeles SEO team for our team picnic.
Fair to state that Disneyland Park is the initial modern theme park, divided into “lands” and packed with rides that have passed into folklore, like Area Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
There are some things in every city that residents don’t like, but visitors can’t afford to miss.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is that type. Its famous for applauding actors, artists, directors, theatrical and musical groups and even 16 imaginary characters with stars in the pavement.
A little less than half of all the stars are dedicated to legends in the film market.
In case you wondered, the stars are made up of brass and terrazzo. Till spring 2019 there were more than 2,600. The walk, started in 1958 with a preliminary 1,588 honourees, is on 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and 3 blocks of Vine Street.
Universal Studios Hollywood
In 1964 Universal Studios started offering tours of its studio to let people see sets and props that had actually currently been inscribed in motion picture and television history at Universal City.
Eventually this developed into a fully-fledged theme park.
Practically everything is based upon Universal Studios productions, which gets upgraded every few years to stay current.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter section inside opened in 2016 and has the Flight of the Hippogriff rollercoaster and the Forbidden Journey, a dark flight through Hogwarts.
Rodeo Drive, particularly the three blocks north of Wilshire and South of Little Santa Monica Boulevard is unique.
This palm-lined drive takes obvious wealth to a whole new level, and has also been immortalised by films, most notoriously Pretty Lady (1990) when Julia Roberts goes on the mother of all sprees.
For all but the very rich, Rodeo Drive is more of a visual experience, for browsing, staring at Bugattis and Ferraris and roaming the “European-style” cobblestone street.
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