Los Angeles has quickly become the sports and entertainment capital of the world. With working movie studios, eight professional sports teams and more museums than any other U.S. city, Los Angeles has put itself on the map as a cultural destination. The city has taken the culinary world by storm as well, earning Zagat’s 2017 award as the “No. 1 Most Exciting Food City in America.” In the coming years, the Super Bowl and the Summer Olympics—along with many other world-class events—are slotted to take place in Los Angeles, and the city is preparing to welcome additional visitors with new venues, new hotels and a major expansion to the city’s airport and metro--all of which are already well under way.
Home to near-perfect weather, 75 miles of jaw-dropping coastline and more than 30 diverse neighborhoods, Los Angeles presents endless possibilities to keep its more than 48 million annual visitors entertained. And with more than 200 spoken languages and a culture rich in diversity, everyone is welcome in Los Angeles.
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