Los Angeles Itinerary 5 Days
5 Days in Los Angeles
Often glammed up by some of the blockbusters of Hollywood or the heaving reality shows that have it as their backdrop, Los Angeles does not cease to amaze its visitors having myriad interests. From beaches to hills that beckon a good hike, amusement parks to sidewalks holding various significances, observatories that bestow you panoramic views of this Californian gem; the city boasts of something for everyone.
Not to mention the gamut of activities that have you running out of time, should you want to dive deep into all what the city has to offer. Yet for the people who wish to pull this off, we have summed up our Los Angeles itinerary 5 days that will let you experience the true colors of the city, beautifully! Gear up!
Day 1 and 2 In Los Angeles
Universal Studios has a lot of branches in a lot of cities. But the most famous movie studio in the world, of course, has the best branch located in Los Angeles. The Studios have been divided into two parts: Upper Lot and Lower Lot to keep up with the ever-increasing demand of the visitors.
Universal City Walk
Universal City Walk is the perfect representation of an entertainment district. Located in the vicinity of Universal Studios, this city walk attracts millions of visitors each year. The best part is that during the day you can soak in all the glamour and just as you are tired, Universal City Walk will rise up at night and make you wait to absorb all the awesomeness that it comprises of.
Santa Monica Pier
Situated in Santa Monica, California, at the base of the Colorado Avenue, the Santa Monica Pier is a heritage landmark of Los Angeles. It is a large structure set up as a double jointed assortment of a pier. It is a recreational site, houses the famous Pacific Park – a recreative park for families. It also includes a Ferris wheel, a roller coaster, an amusement Carousel, and a large game station as its specialities.
Day 3 & 4 in Los Angeles
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 the Disneyland had been to suffice the visitors as a complete and huge amusement park providing all the facilities and recreational entertainment in large proportions.
The Griffith Observatory
Opened in 1935, Griffith Observatory is located on the slopes of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park of Los Angeles. The observatory and its surroundings occupy a vast land of 3,015 acres and from the grounds of the observatory, you can treat yourself to picturesque views of the Los Angeles Basin, Hollywood sign, and the Pacific Ocean. If you are interested in astronomy, then Griffith Observatory will prove to be a paradise since its extensive collection gives you an insight into space and science.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Hollywood Walk of Fame is basically a walk of a lifetime, especially for a film enthusiast. With more than 10 Bollywood blocks integrated into one, this walk of fame has glamour oozing out at every step, literally! There are about 2,50,000 brass stars and terrazzo stars representing the who’s who of the industry. The names are not only of famous actors but also vary from musicians, directors, producers, theatre artists and the best of all- your favourite fictional characters.
Day 5 in Los Angeles
The Grammy Museum
The Grammy Museum is more or less an ode to the creative process of music making, the art, technology and recording that goes into the production of a memorable music. The Grammy Museum is actually spread over four floors and the collection comprises of artefacts and various sources giving an insight into the tedious and interesting process that goes behind producing music.
Tours and Activities to Include
Traveling like a local without any help from trip planners is good. But here are some organised tours and activities that you must try
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Best Hotels in Los Angeles for 5 Day Trip
These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Los Angeles itinerary 5 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.
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