Yes, budget hotels in Los Angeles do exist. And with today’s economy, a cheap hotel in LA is a good hotel. These top picks offer everything from a hidden find in a prime location or a surprising number of amenities.
During the holidays, dazzling light displays throughout Los Angeles bring the city to vibrant life at night. In addition to traditional lighting ceremonies and festive decorations throughout the city, Heritage Square presents its annual Lamplight Celebration.
As it has for decades, the Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax is celebrating the holidays with charming decorations, a rich variety of seasonal music, a Menorah lighting ceremony and plenty of special entertainment for the whole family.
Driving in LA has always been a glamorous way to explore the city. Here, "scenic" means "where the scene is at," and there's no doubt that Los Angeles has its fair share of drives featuring LA-centric landscapes.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) strives to ensure that its services (including over 200 bus and rail routes) are fully accessible to all of its riders, including those with disabilities.
Discover Downtown nightlife, Exposition Park's cultural attractions, historic Leimert Park, Culver City’s delicious dining scene, and much more when you ride the Expo Line to your next weekend or evening adventure.
As the entertainment capital of the world, there is no shortage of hotels that accommodate family-friendly experiences. From the Valley to Santa Monica, your next family stay in Los Angeles is sure to be memorable for you and your kids.