One Day in Los Angeles

Posted by blakeaylott on May 25th, 2017

So you found yourself in a sticky situation. 

You finnally made your way to one of the most traveled cities in the USA, but you accidentely didn't give yourself enough time to see what the city has to offer.

There are so many things to do in Los Angeles, but if you find yourself only having one day to explore here is what I would do to get the most out of Los Angeles.


Chances are if you are visiting you don't have your own set of wheels. The public transportation in Los Angeles has a reputation to be full of crazies and also being late, so it might be best to stay away from the busses.

One of the best resources I reccomend using when getting around Los Angeles is RideYellow. RideYellow provides the best Los Angeles Taxi Service in the most convenient way. RideYellow also has a great promo code where new users can get off of their first app ride.

The Metro is also a great way to get around, but it will not get you to a specific place.

The Broad

The Broad would have to be the first place I would go. This is the best art museum in Los Angeles and is always reaching maximum capacity.

Go to The Broad early to make sure you don't have to wait in crazy long lines to get in. Nothing is worse then wasting the majority of your day waiting in a line.

The museum has a ton of Modern Art that will have you blowing up your Instagram and Snap Chat throughout your visit.

Not to mention it also has a great shop and restaraunt inside.

Hollywood Walk of Fame

The next stop on the list is the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Walk of Fame is best to go during the middle of day when the majority of its visitors are out doing other things.

There are tons of great sights and attractions to see. The Walk of Fame will give you a little taste of everything that is LA in one place.

The walk is 15 blocks, but I would have to reccomend to stick close to the Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Why? Because everything is located right around there.

Hollywood Sign

The Hollywood Sign right around the corner from the Walk of Fame, which makes it to be the next logical step on your journey.

Recently the home owners in the Hollywood Hills have made it extremely hard to travel up to the Hollywood Sign, so be careful.

If you get a ride up to the sign with the RideYellow App, you will more than likley skip all of the confusion.

Now that you have made it to the sign you can get the iconic tourist picture of you and your pals jumping in front of the sign.

Griffith Observatory

The last stop on your trip should be the Griffith Observatory. The Observatory has one of the best views of Los Angeles and it is also the best place to watch the sun set. 

Not only will you have a great view, but the Observatory has a ton of cool things to view and interact with inside. 

Many people come here for the view, but foret that it also doubles as a free to enter high-tech planetarium.

Hopefully you are able to fit all of these landmarks into one day. It might be a challenge, but if you are able to do it, it will be worth while.

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