Los Angeles Top 10 Attractions – California Travel Guide

Take a tour of Los Angeles, California – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.

Hi, this is your host Naomi. I would like to show you the top ten attractions of Los Angeles.

Number 10, Los Angeles Downtown. Although Los Angeles attractions are spread over a large area, the city is architecturally diverse Downtown is a thriving urban center.

Number 9, Venice Beach. Experience the colorful lifestyle of the West Coast on the Venice Beach, Boardwalk. Here, you will find a festive atmosphere, eclectic entertainers and funky shops.

Number 8, Santa Monica Pier. By the scene at Santa Monica Beach, is the famous Pier with a perennial carnival like setting. Draws locals, as well as visitors from around the world.

Number 7, Hollywood. Everyone knows about Hollywood and you have got to visit the Hollywood sign, when in Los Angeles.

Number 6, Hollywood Walk of Fame. Hollywood celebrates it’s contribution to entertainment through these celebrity stars.

Number 5, Griffith Observatory. Located in Griffith Park on Mt. Hollywood, this great public observatory has state of the art facilities and excellent views of Los Angeles.

Number 4, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. built in nineteen twenty seven, this is among the famous theatres in the world.

Number 3, Rodeo Drive. If you are a shopping buff, you will love Rodeo Drive. A glamorous shopping District, Rodeo Drive is full of upscale and fashionable shops.

Number 2, Beverly Hills. Take a walk around, you might even spot a celebrity in this neighborhood.

And number 1, Malibu. The Los Angeles area has many scenic beaches, Malibu in particular is an excellent place for you to experience how locals enjoy the beach life in California.

Hope you enjoyed this video, see you next time.


failtimeable99 says:

When i see this i want to go to L.A so hard. But I don’t have enough money to travel to Los Angeles 🙁

Terby says:

number 1…Skid Row.  

Eliana Lima says:

Olá sou do Brasil e adoro seus vídeos.

Clarissa Dias says:

wow la is great since it my dream land and i will visit these places

geobeats says:

Thanks for the suggestions & comment!

Ella M says:

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Praise not spit my brodas says:

i don’t like L.A it looks boring i need a bigger and taller city in america

Billy Darley says:

ive noticed a trend with travel sites like trip adviser. they only explain things about each destination ie states, from a “lure the gullible tourist here” point of view. one state in particular(i wont name) they describe as a “fertile, peaceful place.” BULLSHIT! compared to what, a war torn 3rd world nation? it has a lot of attractions but be safe, ignore their opinion of how great the place is, and only accept the facts. as a former resident of this particular state they mentioned, take a gun and guard dog with you at all times. that state is crowded, dirty, and dangerous as is a lot of tourist/travel destinations. when visiting unfamiliar places always assume the worst about it.

Isaac Awesome says:

You forgot the ghetto East LA South Central Watts Boyle Heights Compton there part of LA too they made movies in those places. Famous monuments besides the HOLLYWOOD sign and Restaurants

Марк Фёдоров says:

Nice video to people that don’t know about sights of Los Angeles. Like get!

Chad Elbrecht says:

Beverly Hills and Rodeo Drive should be the same

nikon d3200 says:

la huge so much big I live in oh io

Clyde Drexler says:

Take the 1 route instead, go north and stop along the way to enjoy the beaches and the nature. LA itself is pretty dull

Dan sims says:

“I love California” tshirts

Camaro Troy says:

LA is 469 square miles, which includes beaches, hills, wetlands, mountains and rivers.

Gary Thompson says:

at 0:01 her face is a TAD above averagebut i’m thrilled i found this video


cGracias, ha sido un placer que me enseñen cada vez más cosas de esea bella ciudad, donde estuve solo un día, pero que hoy he visto 5 de los 10 lugares que nos han enseñado, donde yo estuve ese día. Por cierto, desde esee Observatorio descubrieron que ASndromeda era una  Galasia. Ahora hay más para ver de Los Ángeles.

Coley Feifer says:

I live in LA. This is a terrible video. If you visit Los Angeles, do not got to Down Town! Unless u are going to staples center, down town is a crime ridden dump that really doesn’t offer much for tourism. Next don’t visit Venice beach. Venice beach used to be a great place to visit with all the fun shops and interesting people, but now it’s just hobos and pickpockets. Also, you are never going to see a celebrity just walking around Beverly Hills. The secret of Los Angeles is that a lot of the celebs live in Calabasas, in the San Fernando valley

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nicole morris says:

dont go to venice…

Patricia Rivas says:

Yo no vi nada atractivo que horror, mejor viajo a Costa Rica.

Stefan Billieri says:

LA is really wonderful. To me, the eleventh attraction is the hot blond presenter herself ! 🙂

Hayley says:

this is my dream to be in california.

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jack on says:

In Almost all those places its a nightmare to find a parking space

LAB-Lil' Angry B!tch says:

I have some issues with this list. Beverly Hills is not an attraction, it’s a city. Rodeo Drive is part of Beverly Hills. It makes no sense to put these 2 things separately on your list. Malibu & Hollywood are also citys, not attractions per say. The Hollywood Sign isn’t really much of an attraction, you can’t visit it, touch it, go inside, etc. It’s just a landmark / sight. The walk of fame is just some sidewalks, not really anything special either. I would have included attractions like Exposition Park with all it’s museums (Including the Natural History Museum & the FREE California Science Center) & of course Universal Studios.

Fester Blats says:

Stop with the annoying background music.

Wideolink says:

lattractions com

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Andre Medeiros says:

I used to like these videos. I have Google Earth. I always loved to imitate these videos by using tours.

MARY MAY says:

Esta chido

MrL0L4S says:

Tnx, but i visit all this places on gta 5…

preachinshawn says:

What about Compton?

Jib Real says:

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Chad Elbrecht says:

Where is Universal Studios

Curtis Inouye says:

This was obviously written by a tourist for tourists! Please stay where you are, locals of LA would greatly appreciate it! lol

Morgan John says:

L.A. my second next vacation trip. Las Vegas was my first time going out of Alaska trip and I loved it… Although I hated the flight but worth going to places besides traveling around Alaska. I am from Alaska and second time going away from home for a while is exciting. Going to places I’ve never been.

Nan Fagan says:

I was there a year ago last month. It was my fourth visit there.

Savannah L says:

I live in Southern California and I’ve only been to like 2 of the places you just showed

Grand Atlanta says:

background sound ?

Wadley225 says:

So when is the next time, Naomi?  I fantasize about doing you doggy style after you give my fat thick dong a good tongue bath!

musingmike88 says:

My wife is from LA and i’ve been to all these places over the past 5 years since i’ve known her. I lived there for roughly 3 months earlier this year before moving to San Diego for school, but i’ll be back once I complete my M.S. in Accounting. I guess these places are all pretty good to visit as a tourist although there are tons more places to visit to include the LACMA, la brea tar pits, and if possible, hit up a screening or premiere or even just a taping for a show. I’ve been to many already

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Superior Mafia says:

what about disneyland and universal studios

Sean Medrano says:

Yay I’m from Malibu lol

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