This Sunday, 23 October, the National Football League (NFL), returned to London with the Los Angeles Rams taking on the New York Giants. The exciting match took place at Twickenham Stadium and brought a taste of the Angeleno spirit to the UK
With a weekend of fierce competition, Discover Los Angeles is encouraging us all to pack our bags and head to L.A. for a sports inspired holiday. L.A. boasts around 300 sunny days a year along with 75 miles of pacific coastline. From biking along the beach roads to rugged hikes in Runyon Canyon, Angelenos pride themselves on their outdoor lifestyles. There is also a rich heritage of successful Los Angeles sports, filled with world championships, national titles, Halls of Fame and landmark arenas, such as the L.A. Coliseum, STAPLES Center, Dodger Stadium, and the Rose Bowl.
Why not try Downtown Los Angeles’s first bike share program launched this summer. With nearly 1,000 bicycles available for short-term rentals and dozens of new Metro Bike Share Stations located in Downtown Los Angeles, it’s now easier than ever to enjoy this neighbourhood. Ride through Chinatown’s rich history, stop at Grand Central Market for a bite to eat at iconic L.A. eateries including Eggslut and Knead & Co. and finish by exploring the Arts District. The rentals are available at 65 kiosks located near Downtown L.A. transit stops and other densely populated
The city also continues to deliver exciting new openings including seafood restaurant Sawyer in Silver Lake, and new hotels like Dream Hollywood Hotel, opening this October as well as Nomad Hotel which is being redeveloped out of Downtown’s Giannini Place, set to open in November 2017.
For more information on fun outdoors activities in Los Angeles please visit: discoverlosangeles.com/outdoors