Mulholland Drive is a 34-kilometer long road that runs along the ridge of the Hollywood Hills. The road has been featured in many movies, songs, and novels, and was made famous by David Lynch's 2001 film of the same name. The road, which runs along a mountain ridge, offers spectacular views of the Los Angeles cityscape and is a popular driving route.
Los Angeles is a world city representing the West Coast of the United States and California. It is attractive for its year-round pleasant weather and casual, open atmosphere. It is the center of entertainment as represented by Hollywood movies, and there are many world-renowned tourist spots such as the landmark Hollywood sign, the Chinese Theater with handprints of famous stars, and the Griffith Observatory, which has been the setting for many movies.