The starry sky of Los Angeles has always attracted people of a free and bohemian spirit and people eager for Hollywood success and fame. Los Angeles is a famous city where you drive without looking for parking. Prepare small USA $ coins. Rent a classic old style Mustang convertible. Take the Pacific Coast Highway route to Malibu. Head to Abbot Kinney or your favorite location in town and hand over your car keys to a parking attendant. The vibes in this city are always relaxed and cool.
Popular and sought after hotel accommodation in the city:
The Private Suites LAX
Hotel Beverly Hills
Hotel Bel Air
The Soho House West Hollywood restaurant offers from the rooftop one of the most beautiful views on all sides of the city except from the villas from the Hollywood Hills. Visitors to the city opt for dinner in the “garden” which is so called because of the interior full of olive trees. Favorite old style American dinner includes pancakes and waffels.
1. Rodeo Drive- one of the most famous shopping streets offers everything you want under the palm trees, sunshine and music playing somewhere in the background.
2. The Maxfileds-mini concept store has icon status for multi-brand stores in Los Angeles. Here you will find urban brands Rick Owens, Vetements, Chanell, vintage Hermes Kelly items, Rolex and other interesting pieces.
3. Melrose Avenue is a shopping block of the city where there are many shops (Frame, Current Elliot, Violet Gray and other stores). If you want to buy one LA staple item let it definitely be a hat.
4. Nick Fouquet- offers hand made hats whose dimensions and shape will be archived for some future orders.
5. Gladys Tamez Milinery-shop hand made hats. These hats have already taken on the cult status of LA.
6. What Goes Around Comes Around is a second hand shop just steps from Rodeo Drive. The store specializes in second hand luxury clothing, footwear, clothing, bags and fashion accessories.
Visit the Walk of Fame, a Hollywood sign and hiking in Runyon Canyon Park.
Leave a few days to visit:
1.The Broad Museum- downtown has experienced a major cultural comeback in recent years. The Broad contributes significantly to this. Impressive construction that looks like a veil. Among other modern amenities, it hides the works of Andy Warhol, extravagant sculptures by Jeff Koons, and the endless room of Yayoi Kusama. Seeing all of this is a unique experience for every visitor to Los Angeles.
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2. LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) – the largest museum on the west coast of the United States. The museum is worth visiting because of the architecture. If you end your visit at dusk, go through the street installation of Chris Burden Urban Light lamps at the entrance for an extra prime moment.
A stay in Los Angeles is not complete unless you set aside one day to stay on Malibu Beach. Start the day by hiking by touring Zuma Canyon, Point Dume or spend the day learning Yoga. In the afternoon, surf at Surfrider Beach near Malibu Pier. Overnight: Nobu Rykoan Malibu