Perhaps the most famous neighbourhood on the planet, Hollywood was the birthplace of the US movie business, and though the majority of the film studios that once called the it home have since moved to nearby locations.
It remains one of Los Angeles’ most exciting and popular destinations, home to a wealth of world-famous attractions and landmarks, including, Sunset Boulevard, The Walk of Fame and of course, the iconic Hollywood sign!
Explore Hollywood’s most famous streets, landmarks and attractions, such as the Walk of Fame, and the Chinese Theatre; visit Beverly Hills to see the homes of some of the world’s most famous actors and musicians, and visit the hilltop location of the iconic Hollywood Sign for breathtaking views of the city skyline.
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Although Los Angeles is a great year round destination, during the summer months it can be extremely hot and crowded, therefore March to May and September to November are the best times to visit.
If you’re travelling from the UK, there are daily direct flights available from London Heathrow to LAX, via numerous airlines including: American Airlines, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Unfortunately not. To preserve the health and safety of the wildlife and vegetation in Griffith Park it's strictly prohibited. You can get very close however through a walking trail above the sign and take some stunning snapshots.
Retrace the footsteps of Frodo Baggins and embark on your own epic journey towards mount doom and the Dark Lord Sauron.
With wizzarding worlds of Daigon Alley of Harry Potter fame to Jurassic parks river adventure, there's something for the whole family at Universal Studios.