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The city is almost overwhelmed by its two most internationally famous neighborhoods: Hollywood and Beverly Hills. The rich and famous do their shopping on Rodeo Drive a strip just two miles long but that manages to pack in quite a collection of luxury goods stores. It intersects with Sunset Boulevard, the iconic 35 km long palm-tree lined road that traverses not only Beverly Hills but also Echo Park, Silver Lake, West Hollywood, Bel-Air, and Hollywood. If you didn’t sight anyone noteworthy while window-shopping or cruising through LA, stop off at the Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard where the stars stay put. The city is well-known for its abundance of creativity and mythmaking legends and LA makes it easy to step into that world. At Disneyland Park, families can meet some of their favorite Disney characters in real life as well as go on the rides and take in the shows. If you’d prefer to be on the real-life set, the Griffith Observatory on Mt Hollywood has featured in many a film such as James Dean’s Rebel without a Cause. As a bonus, it also offers amazing views of the expansive metropolis.
Travel from Jeddah to Los Angeles, megacity in Southern California
Los Angeles is defined by its relationship to and location near the Pacific Ocean and the mountains. The Pacific Ocean beckons from Santa Monica Pier. Free yoga, theater, innovation festivals, markets, marathons, independent filmmaker awards, beach soccer (football), opera, outdoor movies, food and sand, the pier has it all. Just down the coast, you can tap into pure California as it wafts through the air at the Venice Boardwalk. Los Angeles, contrary to popular belief, also has a downtown, which locals call DTLA. There you’ll find Grand Central Market open all day every day with food for every craving as well as events. Los Angeles is known for its breadth but is recently building up its height too. The highest building, Wilshire Grand Center, was completed in DTLA in 2017 and topped out at 335 m. Although the city seems to go on forever, Wild West-like nature and untamed wilderness is never far away. Take a trip to nearby Runyon Canyon Park for hiking trails and vistas of the city below. The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County has the area’s previous residents on display whose jaws and claws will make you glad their days are long gone.