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Highlights in Los Angeles

  • Great Beaches
  • Stunning Views
  • Theme parks
  • Hollywood
  • Entertainment

Most popular in Los Angeles

Pool 1,006
Internet 3,687
Balcony/Terrace 1,748
TV 2,370
Air conditioning 3,217
Garden 1,051
Parking 3,289
Washing machine 2,355
Heating 2,986

Los Angeles Vacation Rentals

Villas, guesthouses, and loft apartments close to the action

There are many villas and guesthouse rooms available with patio or garden access, and you can find a vacation rental with a stunning view of the city from Hollywood Hills. You can also find luxurious suites and apartments in quiet, treed streets with gardens in West Hollywood, or enjoy the historic charms of a vacation home in the older neighborhoods off Sunset Blvd. You'll be able to experience the laid back beach vibe by choosing a studio loft or bungalow in Venice Beach.

A trendy vacation home

Silver Lake Hills is a neighborhood on the east side of Los Angeles where you can find a luxury vacation apartment rental home close to hip night life and entertainment. You can get a lake view with an apartment or cottage near Rowena Reservoir.

Venice Beach, LA
Venice Beach, LA


West Coast City

Los Angeles is located on a coastal basin along the Pacific coast in Southern California, surrounded on three side by mountains. It's about 136 miles from Tijuana, Mexico in the south, and about 400 miles from San Francisco. Los Angeles is the second largest city in the United States, with a population of 13 million in the metropolitan area, and it sprawls over 469 square miles.


Los Angeles for family fun

From theme parks to outdoor fun like skiing and snowboarding at nearby Big Bear Lake, or checking out one of the city's fantastic skate boarding parks, there's a wealth of options for families in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles for the beach life

Whether you want to explore sea caves and tide pools at the Leo Carrillo State Beach, enjoy the romantic sunsets at scenic El Matador, surf in Malibu, or just relax in the sand and sun, there are many ways to enjoy the beach experience in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles for movie buffs

As the center of the American – and the world's – film industry, there are many ways to explore the movies, including studio tours, a walk around the star's homes, or just strolling the high end retail area around Rodeo Drive for star sightings.

Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles

Top 5 things to do in Los Angeles

1. Studio tours

You can choose from Paramount or Warner Brothers studios to take a behind the scenes tour of where the magic is made, or visit the Universal Studios movie themed park with rides and other attractions.

2. Explore the stars at the Griffith Observatory

You'll want to arrive early to beat the crowds at the Griffith Observatory on Mount Hollywood, where you can look through a telescope, check out the planetarium, and get fantastic views of the city.

3. A thrill ride on Magic Mountain

If you love roller coasters, you'll want to check out Magic Mountain theme park in Santa Clarita, including rides, games, and much more.

4. People watching at Venice Beach

It's always a carnival along the Ocean Front Walk, where you'll find roller bladers, bodybuilders, jugglers, artists, and much more.

5. Hollywood Walk of Fame

Take a stroll into Hollywood history along the Walk of Fame, where movie stars' names been immortalized in bronze in the sidewalk over the decades.

The city of Los Angeles sits on one of the largest oil fields in the United States - just under Dodger Stadium - and there's an oil derrick on the Beverly Hills High School property that generates about 400 barrels of crude per day

Useful information

1. Climate

Temperatures are warm year-round in Los Angeles, with dry summers and a rainy season during the winter.

2. Los Angeles neighborhoods

As a big, sprawling city, it helps to know the ins and outs. The Downtown area is the central business district, while the Eastside is a trendy neighborhood on the way up. Hollywood is naturally where you'll find the movie industry, with suburbs in upscale Westside and San Fernando Valley. Look to the Wilshire district for the city's historic areas.