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Must Visit places in Los Angeles

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The Last Bookstore

This unique bookstore is located in an old bank building and is full of used and new books.

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The Getty Center is a world-renowned art museum with a beautiful campus. It's definitely worth a visit, even if you're not an art lover.

The Getty Center

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The views are incredible, and there's so much to learn about the stars and the universe.

Griffith Observatory

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 Chinatown is a great place to explore, eat, and shop. It's always bustling and there's always something new to discover.

Chinatown

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Even if you can't afford to shop here, it's still fun to window shop and people watch.

Rodeo Drive

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The Santa Monica Pier is a classic LA landmark. Take a ride on the Ferris wheel, play some carnival games, and enjoy the views of the ocean.

Santa Monica Pie

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Venice Beach

Yes, it can be touristy, but Venice Beach is still a must-see. Take a walk down the boardwalk, people watch, and enjoy the sunny California weather.

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 Even if you're not a big fan of music, the Hollywood Bowl is still a great place to visit. The setting is gorgeous and it's a great place to people watch.

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The Hollywood Sign is an iconic symbol of Los Angeles. It's located in Griffith Park, which is also a great place to hike and explore.

The Hollywood Sign

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Angel's Flight is a historic funicular railway in Downtown LA. It's a short ride, but it's a fun experience and gives you a great view of the city.

Angel's Flight

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