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RODEO DRIVE In the heart of Beverly Hills, three blocks of Rodeo Drive are home to the epicenter of luxury, fashion and lifestyle. Agent Provocateur Anne Fontaine Barbara Bui Battaglia Bottega Vene... read more

In the heart of Beverly Hills, three blocks or Rodeo Drive are home to the epicenter of luxury, fashion and lifestyle. In one of Pretty Woman`s most memorable scenes, Julia Roberts goes shopping on... read more

Rodeo is the mecca of high fashion, exactly like the movies. Lots of places to eat and have hand-crafted cocktails. Beverly Hills Shopping From world-renowned fashion houses to one-of-a-kind loca... read more

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Melrose Avenue is one of L.A.’s most famous streets, featuring a myriad of shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. Melrose runs north of Beverly Boulevard and south of Santa Monica Bouleva... read more

Melrose Avenue is great for shopping. The east side has high end stores like Vince, Rag + Bone, Marc Jacobs, and Alice + Olivia, and the west side has an array one of a kind stores and vintage shops.

Our favorite Melrose Avenue and Melrose Place stores: Fred Segal (they have a great cafe for lunch too!) Paul Smith (be sure to take a picture outside the massive pink building!) Decades (Vintage) ... read more

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Very successful outdoor mall built to evoke a Main Street feel with all of the bells and whistles of a trolley and a dancing water fountain. Shops, restaurants and the iconic Apple glass cube store.

The Grove is an out-door shopping mall destination next door to Historic Farmer's Market - shopping, food, movies, and free trolley rides on fair days.

The Grove is an out door shopping mall located next to the Historical Farmers Market with an amazing choice of things to eat, buy and see. There is great shopping, many restaurants, a movie theatr... read more

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Part of the 'Pueblo de Los Angeles' the oldest part of the city celebrates Mexican culture with restaurants, shops, and piñatas everywhere. Accessible by metro if you take the Red Line all the way ... read more

Olvera Street, known as “the birthplace of Los Angeles,” is a Mexican Marketplace that recreates a romantic “Old Los Angeles” with a block-long narrow, tree-shaded, brick-lined market with old stru... read more

It's like being over the border in Mexico. You can see the oldest house in Los Angeles and get great authentic Mexican food and souvenirs. There are usually live performances in the plaza. At Chris... read more

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Hollywood Boulevard is a street in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, splitting off Sunset Boulevard in the east and running northwest to Vermont Avenue, where it straightens out and runs due wes... read more

Hollywood is a hop skip and a jump... Well several hops - several skips and jumps, you may as well drive or get transportation. Beaches, Mountains, Desserts and Historic buildings.

Take the Metro Red Line one stop from Universal to Hollywood/ Highland and explore Hollywood Blvd. All the stars on the sidewalk, Capitol Records, and the Kodak Theater where the Academy Awards are... read more

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Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills has great retail shops, eateries and galleries. But also check out Beverly Drive, one block over. Both Streets awesome for sight-seeing and shopping. Close distance.

($ if you dont buy something) The World Famous and most expensive shopping area in the world RODEO DRIVE where Hollywood's Stars shop, eat, and drink ($$$$ if you buy something)

Rodeo Drive baby! The iconic street where Pretty Woman gets snubbed then snubs. Walk into the stores and check out the jaw dropping prices and designer digs. Fan out your credit cards in front of T... read more

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The famous Sunset strip - while under going immense development - still has famous music establishments: whiskey-a-go-go, The Viper Room, The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, bars, smaller and larger m... read more

Here are a few places to visit on sunset strip, which is packed with tourist adventures. Comedy store 8433 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069, Saddle ranch 8371 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 9006... read more

The Sunset Strip is the name given to the mile-and-a-half (2.4 km) stretch of Sunset Boulevard that passes through West Hollywood, California. It extends from West Hollywood's eastern border with H... read more

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Walk the Hollywood walk of Fame and touch the footprints/handprints of famous movie stars. See the sparkeling street of Hollywood Blvd and catch a glimpse of someone famous.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame, which runs from Gower Street to La Brea Avenue (and an additional three blocks on Vine Street), was created as a tribute to artists working in the entertainment industry.

Stroll along the boulevard and see the stars from Michael Jackson to Marilyn Monroe. See the Graumans Chinese theater, the El Capitan (Disney) with live shows accompanying the Movie. Great for kids.

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Just 8 blocks from The Loft House, Main Street hosts an eclectic collection of restaurants, boutiques, cafe's, salons, gift and home decor stores. Stretching for about a mile from Pico south to the... read more

More shops and restaurants on Main Street between Venice and Santa Monica. There is a fun farmer's market on Sundays in Heritage Square 2640 Main Street 9:30 am - 1:00 pm. Every Tuesday is food tr... read more

A great walk from the House and Parallel to the beach, Main street Santa Monica is where the locals shop, and home to many unique boutiques and restaurants. The best section is between Rose Ave in... read more

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A bit upscale. Many nice restaurants (17th St. Cafe), fun to stroll and window shop, in a pretty neighborhood. Great theatre to catch an artsy film-- The Aero-American Cinematheque.

Upscale boutiques, coffee shops, sidewalk cafes, Whole Foods Yogaworks and Revolution Fitness between 7th St and 19th St. Great walking street. Location on the map is not accurate. Center is 14th St.

Upscale boutiques, coffee shops, sidewalk cafes, Whole Foods, Yogaworks and Revolution Fitness between 7th St and 19th St. Great walking street. Many nice restaurants (17th St. Cafe and Father's O... read more

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8 blocks away is Main Street, one of the area’s most popular destinations for upscale eateries and hip boutiques. Grab a cup of coffee, take in a yoga class, or have sushi or your favorite cocktails!

Food trucks on Main St for quick bites Every Tuesday is food truck festival night in the Heritage Square parking lot at 2640 Main Street. They also have live outdoor music at night during Summer.

Everything! Basement of the Victorian Inn has live music… "MAIN" is an exclusive nightclub.. lots of food options - shopping - M street Kitchen for brunch - it's a MUST to do the classic SM Main st... read more

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A really fun re-vitalized area near Convention Center/Staples Center with many excellent restaurants & entertainment.

LA's new nightlife... Grammy Museum... Nokia Theater... Staples Center... Holiday's Ice skating... Restaurants, cafes, nightclubs!

It's six live entertainment venues...it's a fourteen-screen cinema...it's the GRAMMY Museum® ...and nineteen dining experiences. A must see for tourists!!

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Night clubs and comedy clubs abound on this eclectic street.

Great Coffee from Oakland, CA, and definitely a favorite! Now with 4 locations in L.A. In historic Jensen Recreation Building about 6 - 7 blocks away and accross from Lassen's Natural Food Grocery.

Full of bars, restaurants and famous sights. Whether this is your first time or your millionth, your sure to enjoy yourself here.

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Free entrance to the amazing Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. There's something for everyone in your group, including a children's section with activities, a huge selection of art and culture.

A museum for everyone's tastes. The architecture and gardens are spectacular. Lots to see. Free tickets online. Parking charges. A free tram ride from parking to the museum is fun, too!

One of the largest and most well-known art centers in Los Angeles. You can get here by taking the 101 "North" (but really going to the West) and then the 405 South. A little further is the Getty Vi... read more

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Outdoor shopping center with great restaurants, major stores, including Apple, Nordstrom, H&M, and eateries such as Katsuya, Italian, Chinese, and more. Take the little choo choo train for a full tour

Lovely outdoor mall with cinema. Good shopping, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Sephora, Antrhopology, DVF, Lululemon, Free People, Dean & Deluca, Apple Store, H&M, Urban Outfitters

Outdoor, European-style shopping complex. Barnes & Noble, lots of restaurants. Similar to The Grove & Farmer's Market, but smaller. Movie Theaters. Fountains.

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There's no sense fighting car culture, so you may as well embrace the boulevard. It carries the Valley's commercial lifeblood, and without it, the stars from up the hill would have no place to take... read more

There are many privately owned, and big name designers on Ventura Boulevard, definitely park when you see shops of interest and walk it!

Ventura Boulevard is the longest continguous stretch of commercial shops and restaurants in the US (18 miles straight). You're sure to find what you are looking for.

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This is the perfect spot to walk, run, jog or ride your bike along the Shoreline boardwalk. Go from the Queen Mary to Naples with plenty to see along the way. Great view of the Long Beach skyline.

Shops, restaurants, bars all along the water! Plus the most delicious funnel cakes and churros! A short Uber ride away.

Charming shopping village features colorful boardwalk shops & restaurants amid scenic harbor views.

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York Blvd from Av. 53 to 49 is a fun mix of vintage furniture, clothing, vinyl , bookstores, craft beer, hip restaurants, coffee, juice and a pocket park the whole neighborhood loves. You will, too!

8-10 min walk. Best ice cream in the hood. Unique and interesting flavors. Becomes addictive.

Super cute shops and nice eateries. One could spend hours just walking, talking, shopping, and enjoying a sunny LA afternoon.

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5 minutes walk up the hill. The most famous views in the city and access to Fryman Canyon for a hike or the Dog Park to the left

Great scenic views of both the LA Basin and the San Fernando Valley.

World Famous Drive. Best views of the city. There is a closer departure address than what this says, just ask me.

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Great shops and boutiques are located along this street. Better then Rodeo Drive. This is where the famous shop. Keep your eyes peeled for paparazzi and you will be sure to see stars.

Lemonade,Starbucks, The Ivy (1 &1/2 blocks)Chaya Brasserie,Craigs, Cecconi's,SUR,Il Piccolino,

A cool shopping street within walking distance, check out the cool new popup Reservoir.

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Walk to great restaurants on Pier Avenue in ten minutes.

Tons of restaurants, bars, clubs and live music. Two blocks from my home.

Lots of different bars, pubs and restaurants.

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Go to the W Hotel subway stop which is 3 blocks away at Hollywood and Vine and take the subway to Universal Studios.

One a couple of blocks away from the townhouse, you can take a tour and see the back lot of Universal where they film so many movies and TV shows.

Easy access by bus and metro! You can also enjoy the Citywalk outside of Universal Studios for shopping, people watching, lots of restaurants to try also!

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Enjoy "Retro Row" of Long Beach! Tons of vintage clothing, records, jewelry, etc. Take a break at one of the many coffee shops or trendy restaurants! 15 min walk or 5 min Uber ride.

East 4th is our artsy area. Restaurants (some I mentioned), art shops, bakery, vintage clothing and just a great overall retro area.

'Retro Row' is lined with vintage clothing, coffee shops and artistic thrift stores. Great for an afternoon of strolling & browsing.

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Expo Line is the train line that stretches from Downtown Union station all the way to Culver City (will eventually reach Santa Monica once renovation is completed).

The metro expo line provides fast and easy access to downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica beach. The Culver City stop is just blocks from the house! Offering economical, quick and easy access to d... read more

Use the subway, its brand new , totally safe and a great way to get around, especially if you want to go downtown . The closest stop is 17th and Colorado, the SMC stop, you walk there or grab a Bre... read more

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Melrose Avenue is a shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Los Angeles that starts from Santa Monica Boulevard at the border between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood and ends at Lucille Ave

Iconic Melrose Place with trendy shops, coffee shops, restaurants and Sunday outdoor Farmers Market

This is a small street full of the poshest shopping in Los Angeles. It's only one small group of shops. There are so many others, it's hard to list them all. The guidebook has some, but email or ca... read more

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Stroll along Carroll Ave. and the adjoining streets to see some of the post gorgeous gingerbread victorian houses on the west coast.

Carroll Street is famous for its large number of Victorian style houses, seen in many Hollywood productions such as Thriller!, Charmed, Mad Men, Grandma's Boy, and more.

Beautiful street full of old Victorian style houses --- the street where they shot the Thriller music video!

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Shopping destination with many restaurants

Outdoor shopping with many restaurants and Trader Joes!

Another nice shopping and restaurant district. Less crowded than old town. Beautiful neighborhood for long walks.

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Runyon Canyon is a park smack dab in the heart of everything - Runyon Canyon not only offers the best hiking trails in LA, breathtaking views of the city, an amazing dog park for your best friend!

A great drive along the top of the Hollywood Hills. Enjoy several view points overlooking Los Angeles as well as the valley, north of the hills.

Great Iconic street high above Hollywood on one side and the San Fernando Valley on the other. Stunning views.

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You have everything you could ever want here from polo to drum circles, merry-go-rounds, perfect picnic spots, hiking trails, BBQ's, public pools, and much more!

This park is one of the most stunning parks here in LA. It's a state park with many different sights, trails, and amenities! Whether you want to golf, hike, pony ride, or check out the Griffith Obs... read more

Griffith Park is a must see for nature lovers. It has amazing hiking trails, horseback riding, a restaurant, the L.A. Zoo and the Observatory all wrapped up in one.

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Drive up the Pacific Coast Highway. In Malibu stop for sandwiches at John's Garden to take to the beach. For dinner try Taverna Tony's for Greek food OR Gladstone's for Fish right on the ocean.

If you feel like going for a drive, the "PCH" takes you up along the California coastline, with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Get on Hwy 1 at any point, and take it north to Malibu, stopping... read more

A short drive up the 101 freeway to the Topanga Canyon exit towards Malibu Beach is a breathtaking view at every hairpin turn through the Santa Monica Mountains, climaxing with the Pacific Ocean fr... read more