Hollywood & Highland: Hollywood and Highland, located in the heart of the “New Hollywood”, is a spectacular destination for entertainment and retail attractions. Situated at two major crossroads, Hollywood and Highland combines shopping, fine dining and unique entertainment venues to form the epicenter of LA’s fashion and entertainment trends. Hollywood and Highland hosts several major events, concerts, movie premiers and features the nationally broadcasted Academy Awards show making this a popular local and tourist destination.

Sunset Strip: Most famous for the “Sunset Strip” club scene along the section running through West Hollywood this Boulevard is now host to several upscale boutique shops, 5 star restaurants, night clubs, and high income residents and is also the Entertainment Center for LA’s Television and Music Industry. This Boulevard is one of LA’s most traveled with over 1,128,000 motorists per week. Some points of interest include: Beverly Hills Hotel, Chateau Marmont, House of Blues, The Roxy Theatre, Standard Hotel, The Viper Room, and The Whiskey a Go Go.

Downtown L.A./ Staples Center: Downtown Los Angeles is the central business district of Los Angeles, California, a diverse residential neighborhood, and recently, a “hub” of entertainment with shopping, eating, film events, concerts, fashion, and sporting events. Popular points of interest are: Staples Center, Nokia Theater L.A. Live, Regal Cinemas, Luxe City Center Hotel, Grammy Museum, Walt Disney Concert Hall, L.A. Opera, as well as University of Southern California, Fashion Institute & Design Center. Downtown is also home to Union Station, housing L.A.’s Metro train system and Amtrak.

Santa Monica: Santa Monica is one of L.A.’s most popular tourist and destination areas, with luxurious shopping, restaurants, hotels, beach houses, and Santa Monica Beach. Popular points of interest include: Santa Monica Pier, Third Street Promenade, Palisades Park, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica Airport. Santa Monica is also near popular spots Venice and Marina Del Rey.

LAX: The Los Angeles International Airport is L.A.’s primary airport and the second most populated metropolitan area in the United States. LAX handles the most non-connecting flights than any other in the world. The airport lies near popular destination sites such as Marina del Rey and Venice.