Los Angeles Travel Guide
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These scores tell you how well-liked a place is in each Tribe. Gogobot Tribes are groups who share a certain travel style, like Family Travelers or History Buffs.
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- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 97%Family Travelers
- 96%Nightlife Lovers
- 95%Local Culture
- 88%Business Travelers
- 88%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (325)
- Los AngelesMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Nov 22, 2013
This sun-filled strip mall is an American cultural Mecca. Sprawling and full of traffic, LA is hard to love but the weather is nice, the food scene is sophisticated, and there are great museums and shopping. Contrary to its image, this is not the place for a beach holiday. You definitely need a car.
- Los AngelesMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Jul 11, 2013
I'm not a particular fan of Los Angeles (the actual city), mostly because I don't like driving, I certainly don't like parking, and I'm not a 9 to 5 sort of person. There is plenty to do in the surrounding cities, but LA proper often seems dead outside of business hours.
I've been looking for LA's good things. Olvera Street and chasing the social media food trucks seem to be a lot of fun.
- Los AngelesJun 04, 2013
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- Los AngelesOct 08, 2013
How can you NOT love LA? It's like the heart of everything! There's so many things you can do here and different cultural hotspots you can go to to get a flavor of everything. On top of that, there's so many different museums and hidden gem restaurants in the area.
- Los AngelesMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 1Apr 09, 2013
It has been love at first sight. I like it because it is wide....it is like a collection of some minor cities. I think I would live here. The weather is fantastic and there are many things to do.every part of the city has Its particular aspect. I loved Sonta Monica, a kind of Sobe of the west coast, Downtown, Malibu... One day we took a street starring from the northern part of Downtown and drove for a really long time; we kept going on the same street mor or less till the ocean, passing through very different areas.
- Los AngelesOct 08, 2013
I HEART L.A.
Pretty much everywhere you go, Los Angeles gets a bum rap. People are superficial there, you'll hear. Everything is fake, especially the breasts. There's no culture. Only the weather matters. It's all about Botox & Bentleys. You spend all day in your car. It's an one- industry town and that industry, of course, is the movie business. Think about it; there's a whole campaign about 'hearting' NYC. No such luck for its west coast counterpart. Did Leonard Bernstein ever write a paean to Beverly Hills? Nope: it was just NYC. New York , that's a helluva town. The west coast has traditionally goaded east coast intellectuals to make their way to La La Land (e.g., F. Scott Fitzgerald) only to chew them up and spit them back out. A few of the statements are hard to refute, but there's also no doubt that, in recent years, L.A. has matured into one of the more vibrant cities in the world. Certainly, Hollywood is a place governed by the movie industry, but that's its charm. It is a dream factory though and through, one where the visions of some of the greatest writes, performers and directors are devised, produced, and transmitted on the large and small screen. But the city also supports and exciting and burgeoning art scene out of Culver City, one certainly upheld by the sheer amount of space available in L.A. OK, one of the most amazing things about L.A. is simply its wide expanse. In a matter of minutes you can moved from the gorgeous ocean vistas of Venice Beach to the steep canyons of the Hollywood Hills, where a strenuous hike is one of the many exercises of choices for the locals. For all the local obsession with constant calorie counting, fat burning and healthy eating, the L.A. crowd has a surprisingly sweet tooth. Pinkberry, the tart Korean frozen yogurt, Jamba Juice and Kogi, the Korean taco truck all started in the L.A. area. Though the shenanigans of celebrities and a vibrant club scene may suggest L.A. is a den of iniquity, it's really a multifaceted, innovating city. Yes, I HEART L.A.!
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