Runyon Canyon is a 160-acre park located on the eastern end of the Santa Monica Montains. Choose from one of the three hiking routes, Fuller Gate—Runyon Canyon Road (easy), the Star Trail (medium), or the Hero Trail (difficult) for priceless views of the Hollywood sign, the Sunset Strip and the LA Basin. Note: Runyon Canyon will be temporarily closed April to July 2016 for pipe repair work.
Visitors and locals alike will be glad to know that Los Angeles is such a pet-friendly city. There are dozens of hotels throughout the city that welcome dogs, cats and other pets for a nominal fee. Even better, many of them offer amenities like pet-sitting services, treats and beds. For the ultimate in luxury four-legged accommodations, check your pet into the Kennel Club LAX, which offers lodging, grooming, spa services and more. Dogs on-leash are welcome at outdoor shopping malls, the Griffith Observatory, and throughout the Travel Town Museum. In general, dogs are permitted on-leash in most state parks, but your canine companion will love running free at dog parks like Laurel Canyon, and along Runyon Canyon’s hiking trails, where celebrities bring their prized pooches. After all that exercise, both you and your pet can dine alfresco at one of L.A.’s many pet-friendly restaurants. Take your pet on vacation with L.A. Tourism’s guide to pet-friendly Los Angeles.
One of the nation's largest urban parks. Attractions include golf courses, Travel Town, pony and train rides, bridle and hiking trails.
Savor the moment at Santa Monica Place — a modern shopping & dining destination located in the heart of Santa Monica. The contemporary mix of stores and restaurants are designed as inspiration for your individuality. Located two blocks from the beach and just steps from Third Street Promenade, there is so much to explore so get lost in everything about Santa Monica....
From the hottest new restaurants to art galleries and Bruce Lee's former studio, read on and discover the best of Chinatown.
Follow Us on Twitter