January 27, 2017 eazynazy 42Comment


Los Angeles is the second most populous city in United States.This “City of Angeles” is the center for nation’s Film & Television.It is also known for its mediterranean climate.There is so much to do in Los Angeles,it’s impossible to see everything in 3 days,but atleast you can see the must visit places in LA in 3days.

Disney Land :

Ticket :200$ for both the parks.

It is indeed the most happiest place on Earth.

There are two parks in Disney Land

  1. Disney Land theme park :

It is a theme park where you see lots of characters, parades,low risk slow rides and of course at the end the amazing Fire works

2. Disney Land Adventure park :

The name itself say it’s an adventure park with Thrill Rides all over the park,couple of parades and at the end the water show.

Both the parks need one full day each to see the whole park.The ticket price for the park vary according to the date.The price starts from 100$ for each park.

If i had to choose one then i would go to the theme park because am not a big fan of thrill rides 😛

2.Universal Studios:

Ticket :100$

Universal studios also has different rides & activities.Usually Universal studios is not as crowded as Disney land ,For me it took only 5 hours to see the entire park. The tickets were around 100$ per person.

3.Santa monica pier :

The Santa Monica pier is a “must do” when you visit LA.

It is a traditional seaside pier, with fairground style attractions, novelties and rides for the children.
The best time to visit here is during sunset.It is usually difficult to find parking during that period so i would recommend you to use a cab ,bus or a metro

4.Veince beach :


It is the most popular beach in LA.It is just like the stuff in movies,bicycles,palm trees,graffiti art,skate park,cruising,street artist,food,entertainment,volley ball nets,out-door gym, musicians,they have it all.From boardwalk to pier,you’re emerged in SoCal culture.

Tip:It is impossible to find a parking unless you come during sunrise,so cab or bus is a good option.

Hollywood walk of fame :

It is a tourists attraction which gets really crowded with lots of activities around you but it is worth to experience once.It feels awesome when you find your celebrity star,quickly take a picture and get along before the big crowd comes up behind you.


Griffith observatory:

Ticket : Free

This is one of the “Can’t miss” locations to visit.The view is breath-taking , Hollywood sign to right,beach to the front & LA downtown to left.Lots of exhibits inside the observatory.



Ticket :15$


LACMA is a great art Museum which is so large that you will definitely need multiple visits.Even if you are not an art lover,you will fall in love with the arts in the museum.It has such a massive collection of art that it was pretty hard for me to decide where to start from.

Overall i love this place and it is one the best museums i’ve been to.


Ticket : 30$

This is an old ship which is now a floating hotel.You can also come here as a visitor to explore the ship.Through out our visit the only thing was running in my mind “TITANC”. The decks are a beautiful and aged and the interior makes you feel as if you stepped into the past. Furniture, carpets, and fixtures are original, and walking down the corridors gave me an eerie feeling. There have been a few deaths on this ship, whether murder or suicide, and I always feel a stronger sense when around certain spots. They also have some exhibits which were historic.

It was an amazing experience,if you want to know how titanic would have looked like, then this is a must visit.


This 2miles street is an iconic and one of the most well known streets in the world.If you are a big fan of big brands & High end luxury cars then this is the right place for you.It is a perfect place to even stroll even just to window shop & dream.You can also bump into a celebrity if you are lucky enough.


There’s so much to do/see in LA,If you plan accordingly you can see all of the above Must visit places within 3-4days. Parking in LA is a big problm,either it’s over priced or a full lot.I would recommend travelling in a cab,bus or metro.

42 thoughts on “3 Days in Los Angeles

  1. I would love to go to all of these places! universal sounds fabulous and the Queen Mary looks like a fun blast from the past. I would love to go to all of these places!

  2. I love LA, I took summer sessions is UCLA when I was in high school and completely fell in love with the city. The Queen Mary looks like such a great attraction site, I need to check it out next time I’m in LA.

  3. Wow! You did all that in 3 days? You must have been worn out! There sure is a ton of stuff to do out there. Must be nice that they have so much nice weather year round to be able to enjoy all the attractions, although a bit expensive! Thanks for the rundown!

  4. Oh all of these things sound like so much fun! I didn’t actually realize they were all in Los Angeles! We randomly get cheap flights advertised to there so we may need to do a trip!

  5. You covered a lot in 3 days. Rodeo drive would be a lot of fun to go to just to see the luxury cars there. LA is somewhere I’ve never been but I think I’ll go there in the future just to see all the famous sites.

  6. Everything is a must see! Especially Disney and Universal if you have kids with you! I miss traveling and I would love to go to LA soon!

  7. Everything in this list is a must see! Especially Disney and Universal if you have kids with you. I miss traveling! I would love to go see LA soon!

  8. I’m sure my kids would kiss me and hug me tight with big smiles if I’d bring them Disneyland. I myself want to visit the place.

    1. Yes they will surely do that…I did the same when my husband took me here lol.. truly it is the most happiest place in the world for everyone:)

  9. I have always wanted to go to LA. The stunning photo’s that you have posted have given me more of a desire to do so. I would be interested in learning more about universal. I live in florida and have been to the universal here. I wonder how the two really compare.

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