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The Best Specialty Shops in Los Angeles

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Specialty shops in Los Angeles

LA Farmers' Market , Los Angeles
Over 100 vendors sell a wide variety of cuisines from around the world at LA Farmers' Market. What's now an outdoor market started as a place
Tours from $49
Grand Central Market , Los Angeles
Open since 1917, Grand Central Market offers fresh produce, meat, fish, and other delicacies. You can also buy flowers, coffee, various trink
Tours from $21
Amoeba Music , Los Angeles
Browse aisle after aisle of some of the biggest music legends at Amoeba Music, a retro-looking store offering new CDs, used CDs, DVDs, Bluera
Tours from $37
Duration: 30 minutes
Explore the Hollywood attractions behind the wheel of an exotic sports car. Get the unforgettable and unique experience to test drive a Ferrari California on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, along the streets of the City, on a sightseeing tour up to the Hollywood sign viewpoint, and feel the adrenaline of driving such a powerful vehicle! Come back home with plenty of wonderful memories of you and the gorgeous Ferrari.
Book on Viator from $129
Edelweiss Chocolate Factory , Beverly Hills
Edelweiss Chocolate Factory was founded in Beverly Hills in 1942. Our discriminating clientele includes some of the most recognized names in
Tours from $150
Hollywood & Highland , Los Angeles
Shop ‘til you drop at the shopping mecca of Hollywood & Highland, one of the most frequented attractions in the city. The center is home to t
Tours from $5

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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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