During the Summer the average high temperature is Warm (70-90F)
For the most part, the cost of hotels, food, etc... here is expensive
Overall, the crime here is average
LA is synonymous with celebrity. The heart of American entertainment beats here. The most famous neighborhood is, perhaps, Hollywood where many of our favorite American movies were made. And no trip to LA is complete without a stroll down the Walk of Fame.
But it isnít all about movies and television out there. With warm weather year round, almost every day is a great day at the beach for tanning, swimming, or surfing. Museums and art galleries abound. Disneyland can easily fill a day or two for families. And thereís plenty of shopping, strolling, and eating to be done, too.
For different tastes of LA life, you can easily check out a variety of neighborhoods on your trip. LA boasts the largest port in the United States where you can shop, book a boat ride, or take a trip to Catalina Island. Wilshire is perhaps the next most well known neighborhood after Hollywood. In Wilshire, youíll find CBS Television City, the Farmerís Market, and the Miracle Mile.Nightlife
LA is the place to be for a night out. With over 1,000 dance, musical and theater groups in LA, youíre bound to find exactly what youíre looking for. An average of over twenty new theatrical shows open every week.
Clubs and bars are bountiful, but their popularity is fickle. Ask around for tips on the best places to go after you arrive. Whether you hit up the club of the week or not, there is always fun to be had. Plenty of bars and clubs line Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Scattered throughout the city youíll find Martini bars, piano lounges, dance clubs playing everything from hip hop to Latin music, and beachside bars.Cuisine
Movie stars arenít the only stars drawn to LA. The City of Angels attracts the big name chefs, too. Craft by Tom Colicchio serves a seasonal fine dining menu to prove heís more than just a celebrity. Youíll have to book early for a table at Osteria Mozza created by Joseph Bastianich, Nancy Silverton, and the legendary Mario Batali.
LA is also known for the sheer variety of food available. Cheap ethnic restaurants prove that Los Angeles really is full of people from just about anywhere. Convenience grocery store Trader Joeís originated here and you can stock up on your favorite items at the original store. Food trucks are plentiful and serve up everything from ice cream to giant sushi burritos.Search for Deals