The Beauty of LA: 7 Instagrammable Spots to Visit by Car

Are you an advanced blogger who misses new experiences? Or maybe you are just a young man who is tired of the gray days spent in lockdown? We have a great idea especially for you - to pick up a car rental Los Angeles under 25 and take a mini-tour to the most Instagrammable places of the City of Angels.

Despite the global pandemic that has complicated travel, a rental car will create a safe environment for movement, since you won’t be in contact with people as intensively as in public transport.

All you need for a successful trip is to book a rental car and don't forget your smartphone. In turn, we promise you will get incredible photos on your Instagram account by visiting the following unique places in Los Angeles...

The Urban Light Installation

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More than two hundred streetlights put together are the hallmark of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. You don't have to buy a ticket to see, touch or walk among them. But you will have to fight for the perfect photo - there are a lot of people who want to take a picture.

Come at least 40 minutes before sunset. So you can take three shots at once: in the rays of the setting sun, when the lights are on and the sky becomes lilac, as well as at night.

Address: 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles


In-N-Out Burger Cafe

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The area promises you the most photogenic dining spot. It's located just five minutes’ drive from the airport, so at least five planes will fly overhead while you're eating potatoes. Arrive there on your rental car early in the morning or an hour before sunset and wait for the transatlantic liner - the photo you take will be fantastic!

Address: 9149 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles


Walt Disney Concert Hall

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The Walt Disney Hall is an impressive architectural structure, which is why the photographs against its background are quite spectacular. Walt Disney Concert Hall amazes with its design: huge steel blocks that seem to be about to fall in different directions create a striking effect.

The fantasy of the architect Frank Gehry was also reflected in the interior decoration: just look at the organ with pipes sticking out in different directions!

Address: 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles


Bradbury Building

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It’s time to drive your rental car to LA downtown. The house in the center of Los Angeles was built by order of the millionaire Lewis Bradbury, but the businessman didn’t live to see its completion. As a result, the building was named after its owner. Now it has the status of a national historical monument.

An ordinary house on the outside amazes with its interior: everywhere there are narrow corridors, low ceilings, and secret passages. Also, you’ll see many steep stairs with oak steps and wrought iron railings. In short, there are more than enough outstanding locations for your camera.

Address: 304 S Broadway, Los Angeles


Hollywood Sign

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The big white letters HOLLYWOOD in the Hollywood Hills were installed in 1923 for advertising purposes, but later became widely known and appeared in more than a dozen films, becoming a symbol of the US film industry. The sign is located on the southern slope of Mount Lee at 491 meters above sea level. 

The sign has no exact address, but you can still see the letters: they can be clearly seen from the Griffith Observatory, Mulholland Scenic Overlook and the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. 

Address: (Mulholland Scenic Overlook) 8591 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles


Griffith Observatory

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Griffith Observatory is one of the most iconic places in Los Angeles. You will find it in all travel guides and various must-see ratings. The secret of its appeal is simple: this is almost the only place in L.A. where you can enjoy truly impressive mountain views and the Hollywood sign.

The observatory is located in Griffith Park. At the entrance on the sidewalk you can see the engraving of the solar system, there is also a monument to famous astronomers and a sundial. Photos taken against the background of the observatory are simply cosmic.

Address: 2800 E Observatory Rd, Los Angeles


Santa Monica Pier

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At the very beginning of Colorado Avenue is the famous pier, which has existed for over a hundred years. It’s a home to many shops, cafes and restaurants. In the summer numerous musical events are held there - Twilight Concert Santa Monica is one of them.

Also, on the pier there is a Pacific Amusement Park with the world's only Ferris wheel powered by solar energy. It rises 40 meters high and is equipped with nearly 160,000 LED lights for a stunning night view. There are always a lot of tourists there, but if trying hard, you can catch a great shot!

Address: 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica

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