Top 10 most popular tourist attractions in Los Angeles

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by Autumn 08-05-2020

Los Angeles has a lot of Hollywood superstars and is where many people desire to live here. Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the largest city in the west coast of the United States, only behind New York. Los Angeles is known for its film and television industry centres and is home to large movie and star companies. Here's how to present you with 10 attractive tourist attractions to visit in Los Angeles: Hollywood sign, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, Santa Monica Pier, Griffith Park, Getty Center, Venice Beach Boardwalk, Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills.

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Hollywood Sign

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The signs appear frequently in popular culture, especially in the footage of Hollywood movies and television shows.

The Hollywood sign was erected in 1923 as an advertisement for a local property development project, but later became a symbol of Los Angeles. Each letter in the logo is 14 meters tall and the logo total is 110 meters long and can be seen remotely.

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Hollywood Avenue of Fame

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Hollywood Avenue of Fame

Hollywood Avenue of Fame (in English: Hollywood Walk of Fame) is a curb along the Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood, California, United States, attaching more than 2,600 five-winged stars (as of 2018) 6 feet (1.8 m) away from the famous celebrities of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to the entertainment industry.

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is a public attraction that gives visitors the opportunity to glimpse behind the scenes of one of the oldest and most famous studios in the world for a period of two to three hours.

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Santa Monica Pier

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Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier is a great place to enjoy the afternoon or evening. Ben consists of a small amusement park, the Santa Monica Aquarium, several bars and restaurants, street performers and many other interesting things.

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Venice Beach Boardwalk

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Venice Beach Boardwalk

Venice Beach Boardwalk is one of the most popular places in Los Angeles. The 2.5 km long walk along the Pacific Ocean features numerous shops, restaurants and cafés, street artists and performers, an outdoor gym, a beach volleyball court, a playground, and more. So you can sit on the beach and enjoy a warm afternoon or soak in the water to relax.

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Griffith Park

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Griffith Park

This large city park is located in the Santa Monica Mountains and has an area of over 4,000 acres. The park includes the Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Observatory, golf course, concert venue and a variety of walking trails. The park is famous for its people and tourists by offering a great panoramic view of Los Angeles.

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Broadcast Room

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Broadcast Room

When you visit the broadcast room. It's the right thing to do practical things-to be in the audience of real footage. It is quite easy to get a free ticket to the viewers filmed on TV.

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Getty Center

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Getty Center

The Getty Center is located in Brentwood, on a hilltop overlooking Los Angeles. The Getty Center has a great collection of world-class art and is known for its architecture and gardens, as well as the magnificent cityscape of the city.

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Rodeo Drive

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Rodeo Drive

There are many places to shop in Los Angeles, and for most of us, Rodeo Drive may not be the most practical choice. But you can still enjoy shopping at the famous and expensive Rodeo Drive, which is also an enjoyable experience.

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Beverly Hills

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Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is a city located west of Los Angeles County, California, United States. Beverly Hills and the neighbouring city of West Holywood are completely surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. The region "Platinum Triangle" includes a residential area of wealthy people formed from Beverly Hills and adjacent areas of Los Angeles including Bel-Air and Holmby Hills. The population was 34,980 according to the 2006 investigation. Beverly Hills is the birthplace of many famous artists Holywood and wealthy people.

The houses here rank from huge and extremely lavish houses, to more elegant and modern homes, then new to small rental houses and houses with an area of less than 3000 square feet (about 280 square meters). The median income for households here is over 87,000 dollars.