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How to do Los Angeles

From seeing the back of the Hollywood sign to finding LA’s best secret beach, local experts share their insider tips on Norwegian’s new destination

Do LA on one subway line

Andrew Bender is the author of Lonely Planet’s guide to Los Angeles, San Diego and Southern California

“It’s increasingly possible to do LA without a car. In fact, on a short visit, you could have a decent trip without leaving the Red Line.”

Union St
“You can walk from the station to the Staples Center Arena, where Kanye West played recently (staplescenter.com); then head to the LA Live entertainment district (lalive.com).”

Civic Center
“Civic Center is close to the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall (laphil.com), home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic; and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA; moca.org).”

“This is the stop for the Koreatown neighbourhood, home to more than 900 restaurants and the city’s legendary Korean barbecues, like Genwa (genwakoreanbbq.com).”

Hollywood/Highland station
“This station is steps from Dolby Theatre (dolbytheatre.com), home to the Oscars, and the famous TCL Chinese Theatre (tclchinesetheatres.com), with stars’ handprints outside.”

Universal City/ Studio City
“You’re at the famous Universal Studios Hollywood theme park (themeparks.universalstudios.com), home to the new Transformers 3D ride.”

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