From Malibu in the north to Disneyland in the south, Los Angeles
is the American dream supersized. Here is just a glimpse of the attractions you can find along its golden shores.
Suzie and I were in Brighton when I said: "Will you marry me?" She said, Yes! So I bought her the best ring I could afford, saying: "One day, we’ll go to New York to buy you one from Tiffany’s"
Sightseeing in LA doesn't have to be all about celebs and seaside posing: for those keen to experience a different side of the city, that glossy veneer conceals a world of cultural riches
From the yoga posers on Venice Beach to the idle rich in Malibu, from wet-suited surfers to Hollywood stars - it’s impossible to pin down what defines LA. And that’s what makes it so alluring
Take a peek at the houses of Hollywood legends, walk in the footsteps of the stars, shop in the world's most exclusive boutiques and get a kiss from Homer Simpson. It can only be glamorous Los Angeles
There is something for everyone in Los Angeles, from historic hotels and retro diners to Santa Monica's buzzing beach life and a behind-the-scenes tour of the Hollywood studios
In backpacker circles, Los Angeles has a wildly undeserved reputation. Dismissed as culture-less, impersonal and drab – a highly unpopular choice. Want to know why this is wrong? Read on…
Spotting the plastic surgery round the pool, knocking back Appletinis and exploring the vineyards - it's all part of the fun on a road trip through California
Santa Monica in the morning, Malibu in the afternoon... get a Harley-Davidson and the world (or at least California's Pacific Coast Highway) is your oyster
Los Angeles is the cradle of the faddish diet, peopled by pole-thin wannabes, and notorious for frowning on calorific over-indulgence. But now it's rebranding itself as a top foodie destination