The sprawling city of Los Angeles is divided into many neighbourhoods with names such as Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Long Beach, Santa Monica, Malibu and Anaheim...

The sprawling city of Los Angeles is divided into many neighbourhoods with names such as Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Long Beach, Santa Monica, Malibu and Anaheim which are familiar across the world. Each has its own unique feature, whether fronting the glorious Pacific beaches, showcasing magnificent homes for the rich and famous, setting the scene for all-time great movie blockbusters, or entertaining and enchanting you in a magical Theme Park.

Los Angeles Breaks from


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No matter where you stay in Los Angeles, you will be close to somewhere of interest. Explore the downtown area, with its buzzing restaurants, bars, boutiques and galleries, the Spanish curves of historic Olvera Street, and the galleries, boutiques and coffee shops of the hip Arts District. Experience the different rhythm of Venice Boardwalk, where Hula-Hoop magicians, old-time jazz combos and energetic garage rockers perform with the Pacific Ocean as their backdrop. Tread the Hollywood Hall of Fame, where the hand- and footprints of entertainment legends are immortalised in concrete paving stones. Browse the 100-plus world-famous stores of Rodeo Drive, running through the heart of Beverly Hills. Then, of course, there are the wonderful Theme Parks, for many the main lure to Los Angeles, and the principal reason that the ‘City of Angels’ has become such a popular holiday destination and integral part of a California holiday.

Go Los Angeles Card

The best choice for maximum savings and flexibility, with savings on admission prices to over 30 top attractions and tours. Enjoy the flexibility to choose attractions as you go and do as much as you want each day, an added bonus being that all 3, 5, or 7-day passes include one week-day visit to Universal Studios Hollywood™. Elsewhere, here are just some of the free admissions included in the Go Los Angeles Card:- Aquarium of the Pacific, a journey of discovery through the world’s largest ocean; Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the movie palace on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Queen Mary, once a world-class ocean liner and now a unique floating hotel.

Universal Studios Hollywood™

Step aboard the brand-new fleet of tram vehicles, learn of the studios’ epic 50-year history, and get a behind-the-scenes look at real film and TV sets located on the Universal Studios Backlot, including Jaws, Earthquake and War of the Worlds. Hold on tight for the world-famous Studio Tour’s all-new grand finale, Fast & Furious–Supercharged! on a high-speed chase that exceeds 120 miles per hour and catapults you into the high-stakes world of fast cars and international crime. Alternatively, step into the domain of The Simpsons™ and enter downtown Springfield, where you can visit Krusty Burger, Lard Lad, Moe’s Tavern and crash through Krustyland on The Simpsons Ride™.



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