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Itineraries & Guides

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Los Angeles has something for everyone, with 75 miles of sunny coastline, flourishing neighborhoods, acclaimed restaurants, and trend-setting art and fashion scenes. One of the most popular ways to experience L.A. is by celebrating the city’s incredible diversity, take a scenic drive or visit the top cultural attractions. Whether it’s luxury or budget, family friendly or singles - even hotels and fun for our furry friends, everyone is welcome in L.A.

Itineraries & Guides

LA Guides

Los Angeles has something for everyone, with 75 miles of sunny coastline, flourishing neighborhoods, acclaimed restaurants, and trend-setting art and fashion scenes. One of the most popular ways to experience L.A. is by celebrating the city’s incredible diversity, take a scenic drive or visit the top cultural attractions. Whether it’s luxury or budget, family friendly or singles - even hotels and fun for our furry friends, everyone is welcome in L.A.

Itineraries & Guides

LA Guides

Los Angeles has something for everyone, with 75 miles of sunny coastline, flourishing neighborhoods, acclaimed restaurants, and trend-setting art and fashion scenes. One of the most popular ways to experience L.A. is by celebrating the city’s incredible diversity, take a scenic drive or visit the top cultural attractions. Whether it’s luxury or budget, family friendly or singles - even hotels and fun for our furry friends, everyone is welcome in L.A.

Photo of Huntington Beach Pier and Downtown

About Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach is a seaside city within Orange County in Southern California. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west, and has been long known for its long 8.5 miles of beautiful beach, mild climate, and excellent surfing, earning it the nickname of Surf City. Surf, sand, sun and subtle sophistication encapsulate what the City of Huntington Beach is all about.

Roman Mosaics across the Empire

Art | Visit the Getty | The Getty

Ancient art covering 7,000 years of history, from the end of the Stone Age to the fall of the Roman Empire.

Head of Athena, by an unknown Greek artist, 160-150 B.C.

Art | Visit the Getty | The Getty

Ancient art covering 7,000 years of history, from the end of the Stone Age to the fall of the Roman Empire.

View of the Outer Peristyle Garden at the Getty Villa.

Gardens | Visit the Getty | The Getty

Garden designs inspired by ancient Roman models and planted with species known from the ancient Mediterranean.

View of the Herb Garden at the Getty Villa.

Architecture | Visit the Getty | The Getty

A recreation of an ancient Roman country house, the Getty Villa offers a taste of life in the first century A.D.

View of the Getty Museum from the Outer Peristyle at the Getty Villa.

Architecture | Visit the Getty | The Getty

A recreation of an ancient Roman country house, the Getty Villa offers a taste of life in the first century A.D.

Image of bronze lanterns at the Villa, which are like those carried along the streets of Pompeii in ancient times.

Architecture | Visit the Getty | The Getty

A recreation of an ancient Roman country house, the Getty Villa offers a taste of life in the first century A.D.

Constructed in the early 1970s, the Getty Villa is modeled after a first-century Roman country home.

Architecture | Visit the Getty | The Getty

A recreation of an ancient Roman country house, the Getty Villa offers a taste of life in the first century A.D.

View of the Museum Entrance Hall at the Getty Center

Plan a Visit | Visit the Getty | The Getty

Information about hours, parking, accessibility, group reservations, and more, at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Admission is always free.

The Central Garden lawn and J. Paul Getty Museum Garden Terrace Cafe with city view.

Architecture | Visit the Getty | The Getty

Richard Meier's design for the Getty Center sits on a hilltop, with natural light, gardens, open spaces, and spectacular views of Los Angeles.