Los Angeles Holidays

The Creative Capital of the World

Los Angeles Holidays
Expect to find
Plenty of things to do

From museums to theme parks, there’s something for everyone.

Bright lights and film studios

You may even bump into a star on the Walk of Fame

A rich culture

Arts and history around every corner.

Welcome to L.A.

Located in the south of California, Los Angeles (or L.A.) is one of the biggest cities in America. Los Angeles holidays boast countless museums and galleries dedicated to the arts and history, while also being home to the beating heart of America’s movie industry; Hollywood.

Los Angeles boasts year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches and incredible attractions, making it an ideal holiday destination.

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L.A – where palm trees sway and dreams are made

There are so many things to do in Los Angeles: experience the innovative rides and entertaining shows at Disneyland and Universal Studios, discover the bright lights and follow the stars on Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame, soak up the sun at Malibu or Santa Monica beaches, or watch the sun go down over the city from the incredible grounds of the Getty Observatory.

You can also visit iconic streets like Sunset Boulevard, Mulholland Drive (immortalised by film maker David Lynch) and Figueroa Street – one of LA’s longest at about 30 miles. There truly is something for everyone to enjoy on a holiday to Los Angeles.

Things to do in Los Angeles

Hollywood Movie Experience

Los Angeles has become synonymous with the film industry. Hollywood is home to many of the world’s most renowned and loved movie companies Universal Studios, Warner Brothers and Paramount Pictures. This is the place where the magic happens, you never know when an A-list actor, hot shot movie producer or acclaimed film director might walk past you in the street. After all, many successful movie pitches and casting negotiations still take place in L.A.’s fabulous cafes and restaurants.

You can take a guided tour of any of the major film studios and see some of the awe-inspiring sets and props that were used to make some of your favourite motion pictures. Or, why not head up to the Hollywood sign to enjoy sensational views of the city?

LA Museums and Galleries

Once you’ve had your fill of movie stars, you can explore the vast multitude of museums and art galleries that Los Angeles has to offer. There are over 800 in the greater L.A. County area.

With virtually every taste catered for, some of the most famous Los Angeles museums are The Getty Centre (home of the Arii Matamoe painting), The Museum of Contemporary Art and the USS Battleship Iowa (for all of you military buffs out there). The Los Angeles Museum of Natural History is also home to one of the world’s most up to date dinosaur exhibitions which includes three Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons (showing how the king of the dinosaurs grew over time), a Triceratops, Stegosaurus and a gigantic Mamenchisaurus which measures 68 feet in length, making it one of the biggest dinosaur skeletons on display in the world!

Los Angeles Sports Teams

No matter what your favourite sport is, L.A. has an iconic team which plays in a fantastic stadium. If you want to experience the great American national pastime that is baseball for yourself, then check out the LA Dodgers in Dodger Stadium. 

If you prefer the NFL then the Los Angeles Rams play most of their games in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. If NBA basketball is your thing, then head on down to the Staples Center and check out a Lakers game. For an altogether more familiar, yet thoroughly American sports experience, be sure to go see the LA Galaxy play a Major League Soccer game at the StubHub Center. The league features a host of seasoned pros from around the world, as well as some exciting homegrown talents.

The LA Music Scene

For an education in the history of modern music, there aren’t many places better than Los Angeles. After all, this is the creative climate that gave us The Doors, Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, Rage Against the Machine and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as many other rock and roll legends. The city was also home to fabled beat poets, Charles Bukowski and Tom Waits, making LA a cooler than cool, eclectic mix of musical influences that permeates throughout the city to this day.

Los Angeles FAQs

  • When is the best time to visit Los Angeles?

    The best time to visit Los Angeles (LA) is typically during the spring or autumn when the weather is pleasant and mild. However, LA enjoys a temperate climate throughout the year, so any time is a good time depending on your preferences. 

  • How many days should I spend in Los Angeles?

    The number of days you should spend in Los Angeles depends on your interests and how much you want to explore. A week allows for a thorough exploration of the city and its surrounding areas, but even a few days can give you a taste of what LA has to offer.

  • What is the best way to travel around Los Angeles?

    The best way to travel around Los Angeles is by a combination of public transport and renting a car if you plan to venture outside the city. LA has an extensive bus and metro system, but distances can be long, so having access to a car can make getting around more convenient.