Getting Around

Getting Around

Metro Bike Share Grand Park
With dozens of Metro Bike Share Stations located in Downtown Los Angeles, it's now easier than ever to explore Chinatown, the Civic Center, Little Tokyo and the Arts District by bike.
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Leave your car keys at home. As a metropolis known throughout the world for its cars and freeways, Los Angeles has hotels that offer overnight packages and amenities that allow guests to explore the city’s neighborhoods on either public transportation or bike. Experience on foot or bike a city blessed with some of the best weather in the planet. 
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Take the Metro Expo Line to Culver City and discover one of L.A.'s most walkable neighborhoods with our car-free guide.
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Pacific Coast Highway | Photo: Eric Demarcq, Flickr
Whether it’s your first time in the City of Angels or you’re a frequent visitor, here are some basic driving rules and tips to help you discover Los Angeles.
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110 Freeway Lights
The City of Los Angeles is served by an extensive network of freeways, streets, and local and regional public transportation systems. A dozen major freeways that span hundreds of miles connect the various regions of L.A. Read on for a guide to L.A. freeways, including points of interest and insider tips on alternate routes.​​​​​​​
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On Sunday, Sept. 21, celebrate World Car Free Day across Los Angeles, from bike tours to a scavenger hunt and a 5K run at Dodger Stadium.
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Breakfast, lunch or dinner, your palate can taste the world at numerous options throughout Downtown L.A., often within a few blocks of a Metro Rail station.
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Discover the nightlife of one of L.A.'s most dynamic neighborhoods, from dinner to concerts at a landmark venue, and craft cocktails at a speakeasy.
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This car free itinerary takes you on a budget-friendly tour of famous attractions and hidden gems in Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
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