The Santa Monica Pier is located at the foot of Colorado Ave in Santa Monica. The large double-jointed pier is a prominent 100-year-old landmark in an upscale area filled with great bars and restaurants. The pier offers carnival rides and entertainment!
Venice is a residential, commercial and recreational beachfront neighbourhood in the west side region of Los Angeles County. Venice was founded in 1905 as a seaside resort town. Definitely one of the best places to people watch, there are street performers and vendors all along the more casual beach.
Griffith Observatory is a facility sitting on the south-facing slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park. If you're up for a light hike and some scenic views, the Griffith Observatory is one of the best places to see an elevated view of the city!
Hollywood Boulevard is a street that splits off Sunset Boulevard in the east and runs northwest to Vermont Avenue, where it straightens out and runs due west to Laurel Canyon Boulevard. A great place to buy souvenirs and people watch, you have to do it at least once. You'll see the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Grove is a retail and entertainment complex built on parts of the historical Farmers Market.
The Americana at Brand is a large outdoor shopping community in Glendale.
Venice's most stylish block Abbot Kinney has some of the city's best boutiques, galleries, restaurants and bars. Accessorise in your best beachside casual and hop on your cruiser.
As long as there has been a Los Angeles rock scene, there has been the Whisky A Go Go. An anchor on the Sunset Strip since it's opening in 1964, the Whisky A Go Go has played host to rock'n'roll's most important bands.
Don't let the name fool you, the Rainbow Bar & Grill is one of the most iconic rocker bars that is a step back into the 80s!