Los Angeles

Fairs and congresses in Los Angeles, United States

The largest city of the sun state California on the Pacific coast is undoubtedly one of the most significant economic, commercial and cultural hubs in the world. Almost 4 million people live in the inner city, which is the actual city zone of Los Angeles. Some 150 more districts make up the huge metropolitan area L.A., which is home to more than 17 million people. L.A. has numerous airports, the largest Northern American container port and is the most significant starting point for passenger ship cruises along the North American West Coast. The city itself has a well-developed local public transport system with a bus network as well as metro and tram connections. In order to be flexible though, a rental is recommended, so that the enormous distances within the city can be travelled in short time. There are a lot of research institutions, universities, institutions of higher education and institutes in Los Angeles. L.A. is of course renowned for Hollywood’s great motion picture industry, but it is also a global hub of space development and aircraft industry of high renown. Visitors of Los Angeles can choose from myriads of stunning sights. Unique highlights, like the Universal Studios in Hollywood, the spectacular Getty Center Museum, the Griffith Observatory, the famous Venice Beach promenade or the fabulous Santa Monica Pier offer an insight into the varied history and culture of the city. Furthermore, the trendsetter city L.A. offers exclusive shopping with its exquisite boutiques on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, while affordable goods can be purchased in the equally attractive stores in Melrose Avenue. Cafés and restaurants with delicious cuisine on different price levels offer tasty meals and drinks from around the world in abundance.

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