Your Destination Guide to Los Angeles

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As alluring as the city's attractions may be, the shopping venues are even more tempting. You can make a day trip out of the majority of shopping locales in the city. Whether you want to do some high-end shopping on Robertson Boulevard or some bargain shopping in downtown LA in the Fashion District, you won't leave empty-handed. The city swanks a number of outdoor shopping malls such as The Grove, Universal City Walk, and Old Town Pasadena so that you may gallivant under the sun while opening those purse strings.

Los Angeles Shopping

Downtown Disney
  • Downtown Disney
  • The Downtown Disney District offers visitors a place to go for a leisurely stroll, delightful eating, unmatched shopping, or, if needed, just a respite from the hubbub of the theme parks.
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Fashion District
  • Fashion District
  • It comes as no surprise that Los Angeles, a town of red carpets, sidewalk runways, and the infamous question of "Who are you wearing?" has an entire district named after and dedicated to fashion.
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Glendale Galleria
  • Glendale Galleria
  • Let's be honest: who can resist a shopping center with over 1.4 million square feet of retail space? As the second largest mall in Los Angeles County, the massive Glendale Galleria tempts visitors due to its sheer immensity.
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Hollywood and Highland Center
Irvine Spectrum Shopping Center
Los Angeles Farmers Market
Main Street Santa Monica
  • Main Street Santa Monica
  • It is almost a city in and of itself, a one street town that, when you are in it, seems completely removed from the rest of Los Angeles.
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Old Pasadena
  • Old Pasadena
  • If you've ever watched the annual Rose Parade, you'll recognize the statuesque vintage buildings of Old Pasadena's main thoroughfare, Colorado.
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Robertson Boulevard
  • Robertson Boulevard
  • Midway between well-known Rodeo Drive and Melrose Avenue lies a third star-studded shopping hotspot that also goes by its street name: Robertson Boulevard (Blvd). Specifically the short segment spanning two blocks from Beverly Blvd to 3rd Street, it's a local haunt of Hollywood hipsters.
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Rodeo Drive
  • Rodeo Drive
  • Armani. Dior. Jimmy Choo. Prada. Tiffany and Co. Yves Saint-Laurent. If these names send chills down your spine, then Rodeo Drive is a dream come true.
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The Beverly Center
  • The Beverly Center
  • From the ground level it may appear nothing more than a P.F. Chang's and Chipotle surrounded by multiple levels of parking garage and escalator.
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Third Street Promenade
  • Third Street Promenade
  • Contrary to popular belief, people do walk in LA – at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. The shops, restaurants, ocean breeze, great weather and plethora of street performers make the...
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Universal CityWalk
  • Universal CityWalk
  • Boasting free entertainment every night of the summer, Universal CityWalk is a buzzing venue for food, fun, and amusement.
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