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“I’d be safe and warm, if I was in L.A.” implored The Mamas and the Papas in their smash-hit love song for the city, 'California Dreamin'. Los Angeles is undoubtedly a rock’n’roll town, so there’s no reason to sing the blues with this list of L.A.’s Top 10 Rock’n’Roll Landmarks.
1. Whisky A Go-Go
Opened in 1964, the Whisky A Go Go on Sunset Boulevard is one of the city’s most historic rock venues. The Doors were once the house band, Metallica first encountered legendary bassist Cliff Burton there and ‘The Whisky’ was the launching pad for countless world-famous hard rock and...
It may be home to glitz, glamour, Hollywood movies and sun-kissed beach communities, but Los Angeles also boasts some of the world’s best museums and art galleries. In fact, there’s plenty of opportunity to enlighten yourself with the Top 10 Cultural Pursuits in Los Angeles.
1. Getty Center
One of the most visited museums in the United States, the Getty Center in Brentwood welcomes over a million visitors each year. They’re attracted to one of the world’s most extensive collections of Western art stretching from medieval times to the modern era, while the stunning Richard...
Los Angeles may be famous for its movies, but this sprawling West Coast city is no slouch when it comes to sport. Several iconic teams and events call Los Angeles home, making a trip to one of the city’s many venues a must in the sports-mad City of Angels.
1. Take me out to the ball park
America’s favourite pastime plays host to one of its most storied franchises, with the Los Angeles Dodgers playing out of the famous Dodger Stadium since 1959. Once the Brooklyn Dodgers before making the cross-country move west, the Dodgers' creaking, crumbling open-air colosseum is one of...
We all know the Hollywood sign and Disneyland, but Los Angeles offers so much more than purely manufactured tourist experiences. Take the tip and see The City of Angels the right way courtesy of the Top 10 Ways to Explore Los Angeles.
1. The Hollywood Sign
See that beeline of tourists scrambling up the parched escarpment for a better view of the Hollywood sign? Don’t follow them. Instead, take a drive through the hills below the sign and stop at one of the several scenic points for a far superior view. The closer you get to the actual sign, the less you’ll see of it.
Make your personal trainer proud and explore the depths of New York by the merit of your own two feet. NYC is like an iceberg – there’s so much more beneath its shiny surface – so stroll those sidewalks, take a detour, learn the lay of the laneways and see the city from a more intimate perspective by trying out these top 10 self-guided New York walks.
1. Treading the Brooklyn Bridge
Being immersed in Manhattan you don’t really get to appreciate its full grandeur, but a walk across the iconic...
It may be known as a concrete canyon filled with sky-high towers and taxi-packed avenues, but New York City has plenty of reprieve from the bricks-and-mortar. Around 14 per cent of the city is covered in lusciously leafy spaces, luring visitors when the mercury is high and the picnics are packed, and these top 10 New York green spaces are no exception.
1. Central Park
The green queen of Manhattan, Central Park...