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If you've left your brain at the office and want someone else to make the tough decisions during your vacation, you'll love this section. It's where I tell you what I think you should see and do during your time in L.A. The itineraries are broken down into 1-, 2-, and 3-day sections, depending on how long you're in town. If you've already made your way through "The Best of Los Angeles in 1 Day," the 2-day tour starts where the 1-day schedule left off, and so on.

But if you really want to enjoy even a fraction of what L.A. has to offer, you should plan on staying at least 3 days, preferably a week (besides, it'll increase your chances of getting discovered). And this might seem obvious, but you'll need a car to get around—public transportation in L.A. is improving, but still frustrating.

Before planning your schedule, take a moment to review L.A.'s neighborhoods.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.