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Natural attractions in Los Angeles

Canyon
Runyon Canyon Park , Los Angeles
4.5
Runyon Canyon Park represents an urban wilderness with desertlike habitat within one of America's most bustling cities. The park features hik
Tours from $20
State Park
Topanga State Park , Los Angeles
4.7
Roam the 45 sq km (17 sq mi) of Topanga State Park, where a range of microclimates supports a variety of plant and animal life. Hike, bike, o
Tours from $146
Water Body
Santa Monica Bay , Santa Monica
4.1
A bay bordered by a crescent-shaped shore between Malibu and Los Angeles, the mainland of Santa Monica Bay is lined with high-end property. M
Tours from $12
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Try something new on your Los Angeles vacation! See places you can’t get to in your car or on a tour bus as you try out a unique and fun activity – riding an electric bicycle with a small-group of 5! While you cruise the canals of Venice and along Santa Monica Beach, you choose if you want to pedal traditionally or use the electric power. It’s a bike tour with a twist that will allow you to see the best of Santa Monica and Venice Beach with a small-group to ensure you get a personable experience and a local taste.
Book on Viator from $79
Cave
Bronson Caves , Los Angeles
4.2
Bronson Canyon, or Bronson Caves, is a section of Griffith Park in Los Angeles that has become known as a filming location for many movies an
Tours from $79
State Park
4.7
Will Rogers State Historic Park is the former estate of American humorist Will Rogers. It lies in the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles,
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Where to stay in Los Angeles

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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