The most populous city in the state of California and the second most populous in the United States after New York. It is a cosmopolitan city with great influence in various fields such as fashion, the media, international trade, business or culture. One of the reasons why it is so famous is because it is home to Hollywood, the world leader in the creation of television, video game, music and film productions. Renowned institutions spanning various professional and cultural fields are based here, and it is one of the most important economic engines in the United States.In order to experience the essence of Los Angeles, it is essential to have stepped on the ground from certain areas of the city. Surely you've heard of the walk of fame, in "Walk of Fame" you can walk in the footsteps of the most famous Hollywood characters. In addition, the neighborhood offers all kinds of activities for you to enjoy the most famous neighborhood in Los Angeles: Hollywood, perhaps the most important and the one with the greatest number of tourist attractions.Equally known and famous for housing the mansions One of the famous and Hollywood stars is Beverly Hills, a neighborhood that we have seen in numerous series and movies, with its famous shopping street "Rodeo Drive".It is also essential to visit the "Downtown" of Los Angeles and walk in the middle of its skyscrapers. If you visit the civic center you will be able to know the nerve center of the city of stars. In this area there are buildings as emblematic as the City Hall and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Los Angeles. If you like contemporary architecture we recommend you visit the Walt Disney Concert Hall. But if shopping is your thing, we recommend you visit the Los Angeles Fashion District.Don't forget Sunset Boulevard, one of the most emblematic streets in the United States. Formerly it was the symbol of the most glamorous lifestyle in Hollywood and that we have been able to see in some movies. Today, this palm-lined street (connecting downtown Los Angeles with Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and the Pacific Coast Highway) retains its cinematic appeal, and the Sunset Strip portion has become a popular nightlife spot. To take a bath or have a drink, there is the beautiful beach of Santa Monica, another activity that will make you feel the essence of Los Angeles. Its famous pier and Pacific Park fairgrounds give the place a quaint charm. You can also enjoy a swim in Venice Beach or Muscle Beach, even go for a rollerblade ride along the Ocean Avenue promenade (full of street performers and performances of all kinds). A little further away are the beaches of Malibu (with its impressive natural environment) and Manhattan (the ideal beach area for practicing typical Californian sports, such as surfing).The list of places to visit in Los Angeles it is huge, you can complete your visit by going through Little Tokyo (the Japanese district of Los Angeles); Chinatown, one of the most typical neighborhoods of the city where Overa Street, the oldest street in the city, is located; the Santee Alley area, more popularly known as "Los Callejones" in Los Angeles, one of the best areas to buy clothes at very affordable prices in Los Angeles; If you like the motor world, Peterson Automotive is a must stop; if you want to enjoy a panoramic view of the city, you have to visit the OUE Skyspace; if you like amusement parks you have the Universal Studios Theme Park and Disneyland; To learn more about the world of film and television, you can visit Universal Studios that will allow you to see some of the sets of Universal's most popular films; You can also visit the Warner Brothers studios, one of the best-known production companies in the city of stars and in the world; If you are looking for a gastronomic experience, you cannot leave Los Angeles without going through the Grand Central Market; If you like the world of museums, here you will find them to choose from: ancient art, natural history, modern and contemporary art, the Grammy Awards, the universe, relics from Hollywood, the American West, historic mansions and even a warship; and another neighborhood to visit is "The Grove", a unique commercial neighborhood with large avenues and small squares, where the shops have been designed to remind them of old American houses.

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