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Top Attractions in Los Angeles

Trolley/bus tours

tour bus

Taking a Trolley/bus tour is a great way to see the most popular sights of Los Angeles. Operators usually provide a commentary by a professional tour guide, who will talk you through the history of each major sight that you come across during the trip. You will also have plenty of opportunities take photos throughout your tour. [more…]


Universal Studios

universal studios

Universal Studios Hollywood is located in north Los Angeles and is one of the most popular attractions in the world. It features studios that date back to 1912, and a theme park that opened in 1964. Rides currently include “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™”, “Jurassic Park® — The Ride” and “Shrek 4-D™”. [more…]


Paramount Studios

paramount studios

Paramount Studios is a large film and television complex that includes around 30 stages. Its history can be traced back to 1912, making it one of the oldest film studios in the world. Behind the scenes tours of the studios, which last for two hours and take place every day, are open to the general public (fee applies). [more…]


Six Flags Magic Mountain

six flags magic mountain

The Six Flags Magic Mountain is a large theme park located in north Los Angeles. It boasts more roller coaster rides than any other theme park in the world. Rides include “LEX LUTHOR: Drop of Doom” and “BATMAN: The Ride”. [more…]


Los Angeles Zoo

los angeles zoo

The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens was established in 1966 and is located in Griffith Park, in the Los Feliz district of north east Los Angeles. The large 133-acre zoo is home to a wide range of animals of all shapes and sizes. [more…]


Hollywood Forever Cemetery

hollywood forever cemetery

The Hollywood Forever Cemetery was established in 1899 and is the final resting place for hundreds of famous people from the world of entertainment, including George Harrison, Mickey Rooney and Rudolph Valentino. It still serves as an active cemetery and funeral home and is located near Paramount Studios.  [more…]


Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery

westwood village memorial park cemetery

The Westwood Village Memorial Park is a small cemetery located about 4.8 kilometres west of Beverly Hills. It was established over 100 years ago and is the resting place of some of the biggest stars to have come out of Hollywood, including Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. [more…]

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