Los Angeles



Los Angeles, the Silver Screen and music industry capital of the world. A world class city accommodating all ethnicities, social classes, vibes, and interests. It boasts theaters, sports, outdoors, urban dense spots, suburban feeling neighborhoods, ocean lovers, hipsters, queers, rooftop dining, luxury diners, food truck foodies, celebrity crazed people, music fans, history fans, comedy fans, and more; anyone can find a home in LA.

LA has many areas worthy of checking out within besides the WeHo. Check out Santa Monica Pier, quite literally over the Pacific Ocean boasting a cute amusement park with rides and games, and nice Mexican and margaritas spot at the tip of the pier. The area also has a huge outdoor shopping promenade.

Don't forget about the amusement parks that surround LA too, such as Disney Land and Universal Studios just to name a few.

LGTBQ Neighborhoods

Los Angeles is vast, but the town of West Hollywood is its own little world. West Hollywood is the LGBTQ area to be with so many things to do and see; there’s always something going on! WeHo is a strip on Santa Monica Blvd that stretches from technically La Brea Blvd and goes west until Beverly Hills. Most of the fun action is in between La Cienega Blvd and Doheny Dr. This strip is packed with nightly events, high end restaurants owned by celebrities, and casual places to grab and drink too. Every night of the week has something to offer!

Other more friendly areas to to explore would be Downtown LA or DTLA, which hosts a few lively gay bars, Hollywood is full of friendly places to go for drinks and coffee, and another area that is LGBTQ friendly is Silver Lake, which has been know for more of the leather scene, bears, and cruising.


(LAX) Los Angeles has a few options on flying in. Los Angeles International is the main airport. Depending on your hotel, you can hop on a shuttle to and from your hotel if provided, so check out the hotel's available.

Public options, you can take the FlyAway Bus. It runs every 30mins and takes only 30mins to get to Union Station (where you can switch to use the metro/buses) in downtown LA for about $10/person. Otherwise, you have option for the Metro at the airport, which will take you to downtown, Hollywood, Silver Lake or other areas conveniently. Take the Metro C (Green) at the Aviation/LAX Station and switch northbound on the Metro A (Blue) to 7th St / Metro Ctr Station in downtown where you can switch to another rail if needed.

(LGB) Long Beach is nearby with an international airport as well only 25 miles south. You can take the Metro Blue Line directly into Los Angeles by taking a bus (405, 111, 104, and more options) to the Willow St. Station to downtown LA (suggest downtown stop 7th St / Metro Ctr) 1 hour and 20min ride.

Public Transportation

Los Angeles does have a subway rail system. It may not go into every neighborhood, but it can take you clear across the city without having to deal with the nasty traffic that is LA. It even runs from LAX to downtown, Santa Monica, Hollywood, and to Long Beach's airport and cruise terminals. Not to mention a very extensive bus system.

Nature Sites

Los Angeles has some great places for the adventurist. If you like to hike you must see Runyon Canyon, Beverly Canyon, Topanga Canyon, or downtown's Elysian Park for a nice jog and scenic views.

If you love the water and to take a dip in the Pacific Ocean, check out Santa Monica Beach, Venice Beach, West Street Beach in Laguna Beach is a gay beach, and the city also has several state parks along the coast. If you don't fancy the sand and waves, you can also check out Echo Park Lake.


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