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Take a ride on the Giant Dipper rollercoaster, at Belmont Park, or enjoy the shopping, dining and entertainment options that can be found in the park.


Explore the technology, science and mathematics or see a movie at the IMAX Theatre, in the California Science Center.


Take a 20-minute trip from the downtown area and go see the Descanso Gardens, a public beautiful garden, spread on 160 acres of land.


Take the inside-tours of the Dodger Stadium and see it in a way that only players do.


Take your kids to the Los Angeles Zoo and show them a good time in an educational manor. The zoo houses numerous birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and there are also botanical gardens and even invertebrates, such as spiders, lobsters, snails, bees and worms.


Sports & outdoor events

There are many local teams that bring excitement to the city every time they play, such as LA Dodgers, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers.


Many sports events are held in the city, annually, including the Los Angeles Marathon, featuring a 26.2-mile run through the streets of Los Angeles, for which anyone can sign up.


Thousands of runners participate every year in the charity program provided by the Marathon, for various causes, including cancer, lupus, in the benefit of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Wilwoods Foundation and many others.



The Annual Los Angeles Film Festival is held in the last 10 days of June in Westwood Village, Los Angeles, featuring showcases of North American independent documentaries and short film, including music videos.


Tons of fun and dozens of outdoor activities are offered at the Annual Long Beach Sea Festival, taking place in July, including the Chinese Dragon Boat Race and the Great Sand Sculpture Event.


Feel free to bring chairs, a blanket, picnic and warm clothes at the Shakespeare by the Sea Performances, taking place in San Pedro, in July. The annual performances are held in an outdoor theatre, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, offering visitors amazing views.



The Los Angeles people are known as party-lovers. LA, known as "the city that never sleeps", is one of the busiest cities in the world, offering a large array of nightspots, including bars and clubs.


Most of the nightlife scene is happening on the streets of Hollywood, Westwood, the Valley and Santa Monica.


Cabana Club, located on Ivar Avenue, is one of the most popular nightspots in LA and is considered to be the perfect place for club-goers who are looking to escape from the agitated city life. This extravagant club features reflecting pools, small waterfalls, palm trees and private cabanas.


The interior of the club consists in VIP areas, a full bar and a huge dance floor. Professional DJs entertain the crowd with great music and in some nights there are hip-hop and rock live performances.


The Circus Disco which can be found on Santa Monica Boulevard, is offering customers 7 spacious areas, including a patio, disco room, VIP lounge, and quality music provided only by the best DJs in LA. Salsa, techno and disco beats can be heard here on Saturdays, and on the secondary dance floor, above the bar, clubbers can exercise their hip-hop moves.


Dress to impress, and bring your best moves at the unique-themed bar, known as LAX, down on Las Palmas Avenue, featuring a jellyfish tank, airplane window-shaped mirrors, a spacious dance floor and great DJ-provided music.


Other popular nightspots in LA include: The Rumba Room (1000 Universal City Walk #208), The Sky Room (40 S Locust Ave), The Mayan (1038 S Hill St) and Ultra Suede (661 N Robertson Blvd).