LA has a lot to offer, so much so you might not know where to start. Check out this downtown los angeles itinerary if you’re looking to explore historic DTLA. If you’re staying in Los Angeles, be sure to stay at wilshire blvd los angeles hotels as you’ll be close to all that Downtown LA has to offer.
Start your day by going to this historic area of LA. Olvera Street is home to what is actually the oldest part of Los Angeles. The cobbles stone floors are reminiscent of the early Mexican influence. Enjoy this Mexican marketplace as well as authentic Mexican restaurants.
You’ll certainly want to stop by the amazing architectural masterpiece that is the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the concert hall boasts incredible acoustics and fantastic shows. Stop by for a tour!
- City Hall
At the time it was built, back in 1928, City Hall stood as the tallest building in all of LA county. Built in a classic Art Deco style that can be seen throughout DTLA, the building now actually offers a FREE observation deck from its roof! You’ll get a great view of the city below.
- Bradbury Building
For another look at the incredible architecture of Los Angeles, head to the Bradbury Building. Built in 1893, it is now the oldest remaining commercial building in downtown LA. The building is a great example of Victorian era architecture.
If you’re looking for somewhere to eat, look no further than the Grand Central Market, which has been around since 1917. Here, you’ll find some of the best eateries in all of Los Angeles. From coffee to sandwiches and BBQ to tacos, this place has it all.
One of the most well known bookstores in all of Los Angeles, this is a must see, especially if you love books. The bookstore is actually California’s largest used and new bookstore in all of California. The location even offers thousands of vinyl records. Stop by and see what you can find today.