With Los Angeles, it was not loved at first sight. Not even second. Not to last. But the city from the Griffith Observatory is a wonder. If you have come here looking for things to see and do in Los Angeles, take note, today we are going to tell you many:

Chinese Theater

GO to the Chinese Theater, essential of Los Angeles. Outside you can see handprints of great artists of the past like Clark Gable or Marylin Monroe. It is located at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard.

Chinese Theater in LA


Don’t go too far because you will immediately find the Dolby Theater, where the Oscars are held yearly!


If one of your childhood dreams was to see Disneyland… well, what are you waiting for?

Disneyland Park in Los Angeles CA


Another thing to do in Los Angeles for a good walk until you get to know the most famous cartel in the United States: Hollywood. Mind you, get ready for a memorable kick.

Mountain Climbing

But if you’re on a wandering plan and don’t feel like climbing up Mount Lee, you can have good views of the sign from Beachwood Drive.

Getting stuck in the impressive traffic of the city, we already know it is not something you want, but you will do it, whether you want it or not, so be patient (and prepare a good playlist).

Beverly Hills

Also, do not stop taking a picture with the Beverly Hills sign, it is not as emblematic as the one in Hollywood, but it is very glamorous.

Beverly Hills, CA

Rodeo Drive

And if we talk about glamour, take a walk on Rodeo Drive (although carefully, do not leave your card drier than the mojama).

Art at the Getty Center

If you like art, you can visit the Getty Center, where works by Rembrandt, Titian, and Van Gogh await you, among others. Good news: it’s free and the views from the “Los Angeles Acropolis” are beautiful. Bad news: you have to pay $ 15 parking!

Museum of Contemporary Art

If you are in Los Angeles on a Thursday (from 5 to 8 pm) you can approach the Museum of Contemporary Art: it is free, and there is no need to pay parking XD.

Museum of Contemporary Art In Los Angeles

La Brea Tar Pits

One of the most curious places in Los Angeles is La Brea Tar Pits, in Hancock Park, where you can see fossils of the ice age very well preserved because they have been trapped in the tar pits.


Did you know that Los Angeles is the steepest street in all of California? We talked about Eldred Street with 33% pending … what a cost!

If you are a fan of skyscrapers, you can visit the downtown of the city, although, of course, compared to New York or Chicago, bah, nothing to see XD. Come on; go when you have a lot of time available.