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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Los Angeles

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Historical Places in Los Angeles

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Hollywood Walk of Fame , Los Angeles
2.6
Bask in Hollywood glamour at Hollywood Walk of Fame, made up of more than 2,500 five-pointed brass stars embedded in the sidewalks stretching
Tours from $31
Cemetery
4.3
Walk through one of the oldest cemeteries in Los Angeles at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the final resting place of many actors, directors, wr
Tours from $29
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Venice Canals Walkway , Los Angeles
4.4
Escape the city noise and traffic at the Venice Canals Walkway, part of the Venice Canal Historic District. The canals, built by Abbot Kinney
Tours from $30
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Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
This 7.5 hour guided tour - by LA-natives - is perfect for families, couples and all ages! Discover the area’s most iconic sights and landmarks including Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Beverly Hills, Rodeo Dr., the Beverly Hills sign, iconic Farmer's Market at the Grove, The Griffith Park Observatory for a perfect selfie of the Hollywood Sign; the Hollywood walk of fame Grauman's Theatre, The Kodak Theatre, Sunset Strip and much more. Entertaining, friendly, informative and hilarious guides! Free hotel pick-up and drop-off is also included!
Book on Viator from $94
Old Mission Santa Barbara , Santa Barbara
4.5
A Spanish mission founded in 1786, Old Mission Santa Barbara provides an insight into the colonization of southern California. Franciscan fri
Tours from $90
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Ocean Avenue , Santa Monica
4.5
California dreams come true at Ocean Avenue, overlooking the Pacific. The street is most famous for containing Santa Monica Pier, a century-o
Tours from $20

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Los Angeles may be synonymous with luxury, but its accommodations include not only some of the most opulent and expensive hotels in the world, but also budget-priced hostels and inexpensive inns. In Los Angeles, a car opens up a world of lodging options, allowing you to stay outside the city proper and still have easy access to most major tourist attractions. If you don't mind splurging, consider Hollywood or Beverly Hills. To save money, stay near the airport or in the eastern suburbs of the city.
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