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|14K properties allow pets|
|17K properties are a good fit for families|
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Your guide to Los Angeles
All About Los Angeles
There is much more to L.A. than movies, celebrities, and theme parks. A cultural powerhouse with more than 100 museums and over 200 theatres to explore, the Californian city is a diverse and multicultural hub with a population of more than 140 countries speaking 224 different languages, which is best reflected in its vibrant culinary scene. The city is also widely known for its reliably sunny weather and over 120 kilometres of beautiful coastline, including famous beachside locations like Malibu and Santa Monica. But its geography is truly diverse — look inland at the deep valleys and wide mountain ranges that surround the city.
The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is delightful all year round, but the best times to visit are from March to May or between September and November when the weather is pleasantly warm in the day and the nights are milder. The city comes to life in April with Fiesta Broadway, the country's largest Cinco de Mayo celebration, a Mexican street fair that takes over downtown. Baseball season also kicks off in April, making it a great time to catch a game. Summer in L.A. is all about time at the beach, and there are many to choose from. June to August can get very warm, so make sure to pack your hat and sunscreen. When it comes to accommodations in California’s biggest city, you will be spoiled for choice with an abundance of vibrant and unique rentals available.
Top things to do in Los Angeles
Lake Hollywood Reservoir
There are many spots to catch a glimpse of the famous Hollywood sign, but Lake Hollywood Reservoir — about a 20-minute drive from downtown L.A. — offers glorious views from many different vantage points along the 5.6 kilometre walking paths that loop around the reservoir. The lakeside walk is suitable for all ages and also offers a nice moment of serenity just minutes from the bustling city.
Get in a car and take a trip along Mulholland Drive — famously depicted in movies and songs — a beautiful, long and winding stretch of road that offers the most amazing views of Los Angeles and beyond from many vantage points. Along the road you will also come across some of the most luxurious homes in the city; these homeowners spare no expense in ensuring their homes are on par with the celebrities in Beverly Hills.
Take a trip to the Mural Mile, started in 2012 in the San Fernando Valley to highlight L.A.’s diverse culture through wall murals. Today more than 40 murals decorate the walls of Pacoima and local artists are constantly evolving the collection. Not only is it a great insight into L.A. culture, it will take you to one of the lesser visited areas of the city.