Los Angeles, the Global Metropolis

Greater Los Angeles, with a 2019 population of 18,710,563, is the second-largest urban region area in the United States, encompassing five counties in southern California extending from Ventura County in the west to San Bernardino County and Riverside County in the east, with Los Angeles County in the center and Orange County to the southeast.

Did you know, Los Angeles has more museums and theatres than any other U.S. city, in addition to its thriving music and gallery scene?

Don’t miss the Broad, Downtown L.A., the Getty Center in Brentwood and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on Museum Row. Discover the Underground Museum’s film series in West Adams. Set the soundtrack for your visit and choose an LA Philharmonic performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall or an outdoor concert (with a picnic) at the Hollywood Bowl. Join a monthly art walk or enjoy a spontaneous stroll through the Arts District to discover the latest street art.

Books, film, live painting, performance, opera, whatever you call art, L.A. does it with style.

Los Angeles is a trend-setting global metropolis with a fascinating history and a rich cultural heritage. LA’s cultural attractions are second to none, whether it’s the Space Shuttle Endeavour, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Getty Center or art galleries and urban art. From Transformers: The Ride-3D to legendary studios, thriving nightlife and renowned theatre productions, LA is truly the entertainment capital of the world.

LA dining is acclaimed for Michelin-starred restaurants and multicultural neighborhoods alike. Sports fans know that LA is the city of champions, while active locals can explore 75 miles of coastline and hundreds of miles of bike and hiking trails. Shop for everything from couture to vintage, or relax in one of LA’s world class spas.


Since it was dedicated in 1923, the Hollywood Sign has become a Los Angeles icon and synonymous with the city. Originally built as “HOLLYWOODLAND” for a real estate development, the sign was rebuilt as “HOLLYWOOD” in 1949 and was nearly lost in the ’70s due to vandalism and neglect. In 1978, the late Hugh Hefner hosted a fundraiser at the Playboy Mansion to save the Hollywood Sign. Individual letters were auctioned off to the famous guests: rock star Alice Cooper sponsored an “O” (in honor of Groucho Marx), the “singing cowboy” Gene Autry sponsored an “L,” and Andy Williams the “W.”

Today the 45-foot-tall, 350-foot-long sign is in its best condition ever, thanks to the ongoing preservation efforts of the Hollywood Sign Trust.



This great city has many opportunities. Beverly Hills, California, in Los Angeles county is a popular tourist destination with some of the largest houses in the county at the United States. One of the interesting facts about Beverly Hills is that it has most expensive housing areas in the nation. Santa Monica Mountains are border on the north of Beverly Hills.

The community has a large number of celebrity residents. The well known Sunset Boulevard traverses through the city. Most residents live in the flat areas.  So, the most expensive homes you can find in the hills .




Disneyland is the most famous of the amusement parks in the world. It dates back to being the first-ever theme park built in Los Angeles, California. It was organized and created by Walt Disney. The initial purpose of Disneyland had been to suffice the visitors as a complete and huge amusement park providing all the facilities and recreational entertainment in large proportions.

However, with the progress it has undergone the extension to house the New Orleans Square, Bear Country or the Critter Country, Mickey’s Toon town and Disney California together with perfect integration.

The Main Street along with its train station, theatre hall, city gathering, firehouse and other components included in the Disney cartoon history functions as a home to the vast Disney Art Gallery along with the Opera House. Also featured and added are the wonders of the Adventureland, Frontier land, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.

Being the first theme park in Los Angeles, this Disneyland has garnered a quite affectionate crowd over time, thanks to its great variety of rides and attractions.


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