Los Angeles Vacation Packages

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The population of this area of Los Angeles County is approximately 3,800,000.

Sacramento, the state capital, is roughly 360 miles to the northwest of Los Angeles, while San Fernando is 19 miles to the northwest.

There are some places on this planet that are truly international and Los Angeles is one of them because of sights such as Universal Studios Hollywood® and Santa Monica Pier. You'll also be able to visit Hollywood Bowl and the Hollywood Sign while you are here.

Escape the adult world and throw yourself into a world of wonder at the Warner Brothers Studio and the TCL Chinese Theatre. Want more? The Sony Pictures Studios and Six Flags Magic Mountain are sure to keep the smiles and laughter flowing.

You're sure to be fascinated by the colorful species of fish at Aquarium of the Pacific. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium and Roundhouse Marine Studies Lab & Aquarium are also worth checking out.

Take photos, enjoy the interpretive displays and find out about our fragile environment at the Los Angeles Zoo. Be sure to ask at the entrance about zookeeper presentations and where to find the zoo's most popular inhabitants.
Pay a visit to the LA Racing or the Porsche Experience Center and talk to fellow motorsports fanatics as drivers battle it out for first place.

At the San Antonio Winery, wine lovers can learn about the local winemaking techniques and traditions, before tasting a glass or two of the finished product.

Get set for fun and games at the Commerce Casino or the Hustler Casino and have a spin on the roulette wheel. If you're on a hot streak and need more high-stakes thrills, why not head onwards to the Hollywood Park Casino and the Hawaiian Gardens Casino?

Strange and unusual plants, majestic trees and long, winding pathways await at the Virginia Robinson Gardens and the Descanso Gardens. The Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden and the Rose Garden are two more great places to have a stroll around.

When the sun is shining, grab a bite to eat and head out to one of the area's leafy urban parks, such as Griffith Park or MacArthur Park. Runyon Canyon Park and Morgan Park are two more nice places to while away the afternoon over a good book.

Working out what to see and where to go is the hardest part of any trip. Why not let the friendly staff at Anthony C Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center give your some pointers? Santa Monica Visitor Center and Marina del Rey Visitors Center are two more handy places to stop by.
Castaic Lake is an idyllic place to spot local wildlife and skim a few stones.

If you find it hard separating the words "vacation" and "beach" then you're in the right place. There is enough coast here to satisfy even the most amphibious travelers. Venice Beach and Zuma Beach ought to be at the top of your list. Locals will also direct you to Will Rogers State Beach and Muscle Beach Venice.

Need to escape the stresses of city life? Head out to Devil's Punchbowl and Hopkins Wilderness Park. Lake Legg and Los Angeles State Historic Park are also appreciated by nature lovers.

Grab a buddy or two and explore some of the popular exhibition spaces in the area. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the unique collections at the USS Iowa and the Museum of Tolerance. You might also want to consider a visit to the Petersen Automotive Museum and the Paley Center for Media.

Bubbling with fragments of old watercraft and other salvaged marine objects, the SS Lane Victory, the Los Angeles Maritime Museum and the Los Angeles Maritime Museum & Around are fun and educative attractions for the whole family.
If you like a bit of a challenge, head on over to Griffith Observatory or the California Science Center. The variety of science objects on display at these captivating museums is bound to get you thinking. The Star Eco Station and Mt Wilson Observatory are two more good options worth investigating if you're not short on time.

You may think of natural museums as a place to take the children, but the fascinating collections at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the Fowler Museum prove that there's plenty to keep the adults interested too. You could also explore the Southwest Museum and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.

Are you an art aficionado? You'll discover galleries of all kinds here. Start your tour of this creative paradise by stopping in at the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left in the tank, finish up the afternoon at the Norton Simon Museum and the Getty Center.

Go back to a time long since forgotten and uncover stories of the past at the Japanese American National Museum and the California African American Museum. Like the sound of those? Continue your journey at the Autry National Center and the Chinese American Museum.

The University of California Los Angeles and the La Brea Tar Pits are certainly worth taking a look at, even if you're not that into history. You might also like to get the camera out for some photos at the Santa Monica College and the Occidental College.

Experience the region's spiritual side and enjoy some moments of quiet contemplation at San Gabriel Mission and Wayfarers Chapel. Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and the Angelus Temple are also popular sacred sites.
This region's most acclaimed sights sometimes overshadow its less visited, yet equally rewarding activities. Two interesting options are the Huntington Library and the Getty Villa. Also, consider visiting Vincent Thomas Bridge and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion if you can squeeze it in.

Accommodation in Los Angeles

If you are wondering where to stay in Los Angeles, head to our Los Angeles lodging options. There are no less than 168 accommodations to select from in this highly popular destination.

The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, 900 W. Olympic Blvd, and The Redbury @ Hollywood and Vine, at 1717 Vine St, are two great examples of upscale hotels in Los Angeles. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you'll find the cheapest deals at the Hollywood Orchid Suites, at 1753 Orchid Ave, or the Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West, at 611 S Westlake Ave.

If you prefer to book accommodation closer to University of Southern California, the Radisson at USC, Los Angeles and the Vagabond Inn Los Angeles-USC are both within easy walking distance.