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Situated on the west coast of California and laying claim to incredible coastlines, Los Angeles not only lives up to the reputation that precedes it, it surpasses it.
From the notorious Hollywood sign to the world-famous Rodeo Drive, from incredible surfing beaches in Santa Monica to lush hiking trails in the mountains, there is something for honeymooners and families alike in Los Angeles.
Experience the honeymoon of a lifetime in the city of angels with your loved one. Enjoy scenic bike rides along the beach, or feel the waves caress your feet as you stroll arm in arm together. Take a culture trip through Hollywood, stop in on sights from films such as La La Land and find yourself star-struck by the Hollywood Walk of Fame, or peruse the luxurious boutiques of Beverly Hills for some new designer digs.
If you’re trying to plan the ideal family holiday, Los Angeles is a goldmine of excitement and exhilaration. With amusement parks, arcades, fun fairs, surfing, water sports and city tours, the entertainment will be never-ending. Give your family the gift of an extraordinary trip and discover a unique destination that will leave you truly amazed.
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The west coast of the USA see’s beautiful weather almost all year round, however the best time to visit is from May to October as the sea will also be warm and perfect for swimming and water sports, with September being the optimal time due to less crowds and plenty of sun.
For a honeymoon filled with glitz, glamour and glorious sunshine, there is no better destination than beautiful Los Angeles. Brimming with beaches, landmarks and luxurious shopping spots, there is no shortage of wonder to be found in the city of angels. Plan the ultimate sightseeing itinerary or a relaxing beach package, you and your loved one will have the honeymoon of a lifetime either way.
Inject some excitement into your next couples holiday with a trip to the city of angels. Explore the streets and studios that have given us some of the greatest romance films and recreate your favourite moments with the one that you love. Indulge in opulent restaurants or take the shopping trip of a lifetime for a lavish gift from the luxury stores on Rodeo Drive. No matter what your taste is, Los Angeles has a holiday experience for everyone.
Bring the kids along for a blockbusting family adventure in the city that created most of their favourite characters. Amaze them with trips to Disneyland and other show-stopping amusement parks, create lifelong memories in the glamorous wonderland of Hollywood and on the beautiful white-sands of Santa Monica Beach. With an endless selection of activities and sightseeing stops, we're sure you'll find your dream family holiday package in the Sunshine State.
Los Angeles is teeming with world-famous attractions, all of which should be experienced at least once in every lifetime.
Disneyland, Universal Studios, Pacific Park and Six Flags Magic Mountain are just some of the most notorious theme parks situated in the Sunshine State. Avid movie fans will be blown away by the show-stopping studio tours, either Paramount or Warner Brothers, as you’re guided around your favourite film sets. You’ll find endless amusement and elation while exploring the selection of theme parks on offer in this beautiful city
Quite possibly one of the most famous nine-letter words in the English language, Hollywood has become synonymous with all of the glitz, glamour and fame that comes with being a film star in Los Angeles.
Featured in over 100 films, the Hollywood sign should really be considered a star in its own right. You can gaze upon the illustrious landmark with your own two eyes. Either hike through the gorgeous Griffith Park, which has three trails available to accommodate all levels of hikers, or you can jump on a DASH bus, which will take you from the city right to the sign with none of the hiking or the hassle.
If your hunt for Hollywood’s elite doesn’t end as well as you’d like, and you can’t get hold of J-Law, Meryl or Leo (because you’re on a first name basis, obviously), you could always take a trip to visit them in downtown Los Angeles.
While it may not be quite as thrilling as meeting your Hollywood favourites face to face, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is definitely the closest we can get to the grand majority to them. Comprised of over 2,600 tributes and counting, all awarded to an eclectic selection of film, T.V., radio and music stars. How many of your favourite stars can you find?
Visiting Los Angeles and not visiting one of the most infamous shopping districts in the world would be just about the worst mistake any traveller could make. Big mistake. Huge!
Spanning an impressive two miles and brimming with luxurious designer boutiques, expensive cars and high-end cafés, you’ll feel as though you’ve met Paris, Milan and London’s secret sunny love child. With its gorgeous window displays and picturesque palm-tree lined streets, you may not have the cash to back it up, but you’ll sure feel like a million bucks.
Proving that not all of the most spectacular stars live in Hollywood, the Griffith observatory in Los Angeles gives visitors an out of this world experience.
Gaze into the cosmos above and discover the vast skies beyond our world with the freely available telescopes. Learn about the mysterious planets that also populate our galaxy with a fascinating interactive show at the state of the art planetarium. With a wide array of awe-inspiring exhibits available, visitors of all ages will realise you’re never too old to wish upon a star.
Home to the famous Griffith Observatory, this gargantuan park spans and incredible 4,310 acres, making it five times bigger than New York’s infamous Central Park.
This Los Angeles park isn’t only good for star-gazing, though, as visitors have a multitude of other activities to choose from. The L.A. Zoo, Hollywood Sign, Greek Ampitheatre, Autry Museum of the American West, Ranger Station and Bronson Caves are just some of the incredible features of this park. From hiking to camping, picnicking to playing golf on one of two impeccable courses, visitors are guaranteed to enjoy any leisure time here.
Visit the iconic Santa Monica pier, ride the exciting rollercoaster in the Pacific Park amusement park and watch the glorious Los Angeles sunset from the top of the legendary solar-powered fairest wheel.
When you’ve had your fill of excitement, or just fancy a slight change of scenery, you can wander down to Santa Monica beach, where you’ll find a whole new selection of entertaining activities. Surfing, motorised water sports, paddle boarding and, of course, hard-core sunbathing are all on offer on this idyllic beach. With 3.5 miles of stunning golden sands and cool blue waters, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more picturesque beach on which to unwind
This historic tradition has been around in Los Angeles since 1934, when a group of farmers descended upon a local dairy farm with produce in the back of their trucks to sell to local residents. And incredibly 75 years on, it looks slightly different.
Nowadays the market sees over 100 vendors trying to sell their wide selection of products. From well-known food vendors like Chipotle to independent fruit and vegetable sellers, bakeries to sweet-shops, seafood to barbecue, flip flops to party shoes. There are hidden treasures just waiting to be found at the original Farmer’s Market.
For a day of cultural discovery while in the Los Angeles, you can do no better than a trip to the world-renowned Little Tokyo.
Stepping here will be like being transported across the Pacific Ocean to the real Tokyo, just with a lot less travel time. Boasting the city's most authentic Japanese shops, museums and landmarks, you'll find no shortage of sightseeing opportunities in this fantastic little self-contained town. Foodies can rejoice as this district is also home to Los Angeles' best Japanese restaurants; indulge with an endless choice of ramen, rice bowls and sushi platters.
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