Hey movie lover! Thinking about travelling to L.A.?
If yes, we are giving you gold: a guide to visit the most iconic sets, a map for you to know where are these places, soundtracks, film event agenda and lot of curiosities. If not, you will change your mind after travelling through the LA movies and feel the power of being a star for a few days.

Iconic sets of Los Angeles

Click on the images to discover how each LA spot is related in film and let the magic happen!

Santa Monica Pier

  • Ruthless People
  • The Opposite of Sex
  • Titanic
  • Forrest Gump
  • Iron Man
  • The Lost Boys
  • Cellular
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1st Street Bridge

  • Grease
  • Transformers
  • Chinatown
  • In Time
  • The Italian Job
  • Drive
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Winkie's Dinner

  • Mulholland Drive
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Union Station

  • Blade Runner
  • Pearl Harbour
  • The Dark Knight Rises
  • The Way We Were
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Quality Cafe

  • (500) Days of Summer
  • Million Dollar Baby
  • Se7en
  • Mr. and Mrs. Smith
  • Ghost World
  • Catch me if you can
  • Gone in 60 Seconds
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Griffith Park Observatory

  • Rebel Without a Cause
  • Terminator II
  • The People vs. Larry Flynt
  • Bowfinger
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Where's the action?

Now it’s time to grab the map, create your own movie route and save some dates for the most important cinema events.

Top 3 hotels

  • Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites
    Inside its elevators were filmed many movies as ''Line of Fire'', ''True Lies'' and ''Forget Paris''.Book a Room
  • Millennium Biltmore Hotel
    There's a long list of movies that have been filmed here. Some examples are: ''Independence Day'' and ''The Bodyguard''.Book a Room
  • Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
    Here's where Steven Spielberg filmed ''Catch me if you can'' and Britney Spears' ''Crossroads''. The perfect hotel for all kinds of movie fans! Book a Room

Best time to go

  • Spring and Autumn
    Nice temperatures (20-23 degrees), fewer crowds and less smog
  • Winter
    Very good deals in hotels and flights