Ditch the tourist traps and live it up like a lo­cal in West Hol­ly­wood.

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You don’t have to lis­ten to back cat­a­logues of ’80s hair-metal bands to know that, for a pe­riod, any­one who stepped off a Grey­hound bus with as­pi­ra­tions of be­com­ing a rocker, movie star or su­per­model ended up in West Hol­ly­wood.

De­scribed as a place where rock’n’roll meets fash­ion and art merges with cul­ture, Weho is renowned for its de­signer flag­ship stores, celebrity hotspots, bizarre fit­ness stu­dios and no­to­ri­ous nightlife (hello, Sun­set Strip). And the great news is, you don’t need to cut your debut al­bum/reel/port­fo­lio to en­joy the very best of it. Dil­vin Yasa

Spot celebs such as Tom Hid­dle­ston or Sa­muel L. Jack­son as you wait for the concierge/break­fast/ taxis at chic ho­tel THE LON­DON; th­elon­don west­hol­ly­wood.com. Let your peo­ple ar­gue with ev­ery­one else’s peo­ple over lunch at agent and celeb hotspot, CECCONI’S; cec­co­nis west­hol­ly­wood.com.

Part night­club, part spin class, SOULCYCLE fea­tures in­struc­tors who man both a bike and decks so you can sweat out that han­gover; soul-cy­cle.com.

Train with ev­ery La-based Aussie ac­tor worth their salt at for­mer rugby player Luke Mil­ton’s TRAIN­ING MATE; train­ing­matela.com. Push the likes of Al Pa­cino out of the way and or­der a Where Love Lives cock­tail – the sig­na­ture drink at rooftop bar L.P; eplosan­ge­les.com.

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