If you are looking for a great RV rental in Los Angeles, Adventure Touring RV Rentals has the perfect RV rental for your vacation. Are you looking for a luxury RV rental? Great we have those. Is a cheap RV rental in the budget this year? Awesome we have those too. Do you have a large family? We have great class C RV rentals that can accommodate your whole family. Is it just you and your significant other traveling this year? Adventure Touring RV Rentals has small class B RV rentals that are perfect for just the two of you. Maybe you like the big open feeling of a class A RV rental? We have those too.
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About the City
Los Angeles hosts a wide variety of geographic landscapes. While Los Angeles is mostly a desert basin, it is also surrounded by the San Gabriel Mountain range and split by the Santa Monica Mountains. This makes for some great hiking and mountain biking terrain. LA also has over 75 miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean with some of the best surfing in the world, but don’t worry if you are not a seasoned pro when it comes to surfing there are lots of mellow waves to test out.
Los Angeles boasts 292 days of sunshine, that fact alone makes Los Angeles a top destination on my list. With an average high of 75 degrees and an average low of 57 degrees, there is no wrong season to visit Los Angeles. The average yearly rainfall in Los Angeles is 15 inches.
Los Angeles is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, being one of only two cities in the US without a majority population. Boyle Heights is a must-stop for Mexican food with a predominately Hispanic/Latino culture. Chinatown has something for everyone, great food, farmers markets, galleries, and walking tours. Try the “Undiscovered Chinatown” tour to uncover history, treasures, and great shopping.
Little Tokyo is home to the Japanese American National Museum and the Nisei Week festival. Leimert Park is the African-American cultural mecca of Los Angeles, stop to visit the art galleries and the eateries. Koreatown host the highest concentration of restaurants and nightlife in all of Southern California. From dive bars to high-end cocktail lounges Koreatown is a city that never sleeps.
Learn more about travel in Los Angeles here.