Which place do you have to visit in Los Angeles before heading to Mexico?

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30 October 2019
Which place do you have to visit in Los Angeles before heading to Mexico?

Have you recently compared cheap flights and hotels to Los Angeles? Are you about to visit the city of artists and celebrities? Here are the places you should visit during your visit in Los Angeles before flying to Mexico! A Los Angeles-Mexico trip makes sense as the landscape; the architecture and the food are about the same. From the historical point of view, Los Angeles was Mexican (from 1821 to 1848) before Uncle Sam bought it! This is why the city’s name is Spanish! Anyway, here are the inevitable touristic sights in L.A.!

  1. The Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood Boulevard is a must visit with its famous stars on the Walk of Fame, its museums (Guinness World Records, Madame Tussauds Hollywood…), its cinemas, its gigantic shopping centers and the Grauman’s Chinese Theater!

  1. Venice Beach

All along the ocean, on the promenade, you will be able to admire artists, bodybuilders or women in bikinis rollerblading and doing their show. Just like in movies! The best way to discover this iconic place is by bike. Here it feels as if there are cameras somewhere filming a movie!

  1. Santa Monica

This place is very lively with its small cafés, restaurants and street activities. The beaches of Santa Monica are friendlier than those of Venice Beach and you will have the opportunity to participate in funfair attractions such as the famous Ferris wheel.

  1. Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is surely the richest and most protected area in the city, as it is home to many stars. Each villa is protected by huge hedges or palisades that hide and protect the privacy of the famous owners. There are companies that offers tours if you are really the kind of person who idolizes movie stars! Anyway, there is no guarantee you will see one of them!

  1. Universal Studios Hollywood

Located in the San Fernando Valley, Universal Studios Hollywood is a film studio that includes an amusement park and unsuspected treasures for all film lovers with world-famous movie sets such as Back to the Future or Jurassic Park.

  1. Griffith Park and its observatory

This unique place is situated on the south side of Mount Lee, where the Hollywood Sign is located. It offers a surprising view of the city of Los Angeles. This very popular site attracts many star lovers for its gigantic planetarium and showroom, a success due in part to its free admission.

  1. Malibu

Nearly 43km of pristine coves and spectacular waves: cozy but relaxed, this seaside town undulates majestically between sky and sea, on the Pacific Coast Highway.

  1. The Getty Center

Perched on a hill in Brentwood, Getty Center is a vast complex designed by Richard Meier. The uniquely designed building and its beautiful gardens provide an ideal setting for this impressive museum. The collections include European paintings, drawings, sculptures and decorative arts, as well as 19th and 20th century photographs.

  1. Runyon Canyon

For hiking lovers, do not miss the Runyon Canyon Loop whose distance is about 4.8km round trip. You can then admire views at Cloud’s Rest; see the “off-leash zone” policy for dogs, and you may meet celebrities. From Hollywood Boulevard, head north on Fuller Avenue, then park at the end of Fuller (free parking) and enter the park.

  1. Mulholland Drive

David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive seemed strange to you? Traveling along this legendary road that winds through the Santa Monica Mountains with an iconic view may clear the air.

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