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Why Los Angeles is one of the Best Places on Earth

Every year more than 23 million travelers visit the Los Angeles metropolitan area. L.A. is the nation’s second largest city and one of the best places to visit anytime of year. Flights to Los Angeles bring visitors through one of the busiest airports in the country. The city showcases America’s diverse heritage, including influences from Spanish, Mexican and Asian immigrants who have called L.A. home for more than a century. Visitors in the Los Angeles area can see attractions in 80 unique neighborhoods each with their own flavor.

L.A. is home to celebrities, movie stars and some of the nation’s most popular tourist attractions. The city’s history goes back to the late 1700s when Portuguese and Spanish explorers established settlements among the Native America groups who already inhabited the area. Today, Olvera Street is the best place to experience the city’s history and heritage. Olvera Street is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Downtown Los Angeles. The neighborhood’s wide cobblestone streets fill with vendors, live music and the smell of mouthwatering Mexican food. This historic neighborhood attracts more than two million visitors annually.

Next on the list is Hollywood, a district within L.A. that is often considered to be a village unto itself. Home to movie studios, record companies and silver screen celebrities, Hollywood is one of the premier destinations in Los Angeles. The iconic Hollywood sign first erected in 1923 to advertise for the Hollywoodland housing development remains one of the district’s most recognizable emblems. A trip down Hollywood Boulevard is the best way to see Grauman’s Chinese Theater and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which recognizes the biggest movies stars.

A trip to Los Angeles wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Chinatown. L.A.’s Chinatown is one of the largest in the state. Visitors typically enter Chinatown through one of your decorative gates and plazas that have become landmarks in their own right. In China town, visitors can see examples of traditional Chinese architecture, sample Asian delicacies and enjoy shopping in the main Asian specialty stores. L.A.’s Chinatown has a rich history dating back to 1938. However, the district also reflects thousands of years of Chinese culture.

California - Los Angeles - The Disneyland theme parkThe The Disneyland theme park located in nearby Anaheim has been one of the region’s premier attractions since it opened in 1955. Visitors seeking the Hollywood theme park experience can also visit Universal Studios Hollywood, which is located within the Universal City area. Visitors can enjoy ride as well as walking tours of film lots, studios and sets used for some of America’s favorite films and TV shows.

Although Los Angeles has many performance halls, theme parks and paid attractions, some of the city’s feature features a free. The quirky oceanfront area known as Venice Beach is famous for its wild street performers and festive atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a vacation full of art and culture or something a little more laid back, Los Angeles has it all. L.A. has an amazing zoo, fantastic museums, beaches and a ton of family-friendly attractions.

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