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Under the giant letters of the iconic Hollywood sign, it's difficult not to be star struck by your surroundings when in LA. In one direction is the Walk of Fame, peppered with the brass plaques of silver screen greats. In another lie the surf-washed boardwalks of Venice Beach, trodden by fashionistas, street entertainers and bodacious bodies. The rugged peaks of the Santa Monica Mountains rise in the distance, too, casting their chaparral-clad shadows over the Dodger Stadium and the Hollywood Bowl. Throw in LA's Disneyland, its world-class shopping districts, its soy-scented, jalapeno-packed ethnic neighbourhoods, and film festivals to rival all others, and you're sure to be tempted by Los Angeles holiday rentals.
If you don't want to be just another tourist visiting the main sights of South Cali's metropolis before heading home again, then holiday apartments in Los Angeles could be the perfect choice. Many will offer perks like fully equipped kitchens and al fresco dining spots for enjoying the long, balmy evenings. Others will come with lounges or family rooms that have oodles more space than your traditional hotel. And then there are the enticing Los Angeles holiday apartments that pepper the outer districts of Orange County and Santa Monica, offering you the chance to be the first riding the surf swells of the Pacific Ocean in the morning. It's how to live like a local.
Holiday rentals in Los Angeles are your ticket to one of the most happening cities in the States. There are things to do and sights to see in every direction you look. The bright lights and swaying palm trees of Hollywood Boulevard are always a great place to start, where Madame Tussauds, IMAX screenings, and the Walk of Fame all converge. Museums come thick and fast too, from uber-stylish MOCA to the renowned Getty Center in the Santa Monica hills. And talking of hills, you're never too far from the wilder side of California in LA. If you've packed the walking boots, a hike to the tops of Burbank Peak, or out to the beautiful ranges of the San Bernardino Forest, are sure to take the breath away.
There are plenty of options for hopping around sprawling Los Angeles. Local commuters tend to favour the Metro Rail network, which goes underground and over ground to link LAX with the Downtown, Santa Monica, Long Beach, Chinatown and other major districts. The bus system complements that, offering links to more off-beat neighbourhoods, and regular express connections via the freeways to nearby towns. Hiring a car is a great idea in Los Angeles, too. If you think you can handle the occasional traffic jam, you'll be free to head out to the sandy beaches of the Pacific shore, go deep into the San Bernardino Mountains, and even discover the Californian Mojave Desert.