Burbank, California, sits just north of Hollywood in the sunny San Fernando Valley, just minutes from downtown Los Angeles. Burbank is home to plenty of hotels, the Warner Bros. Studios and NBC; which feature tours of their facilities. The Martial Arts History Museum offers the history of the popular Asian sport.
You can explore the rich history of the city by visiting the Gordon Howard Museum, which features vintage cars and aviation displays. Popular theme park Universal Studios and Universal City Walk, are right next door in Universal City.
Metro Rapid Line provides transportation from and to parts of the greater Los Angeles area, and many buses run 24 hours a day. The Bob Hope Airport (BUR) is the main airport in Burbank, and the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is an hour south of the city. The Media Center District in Burbank is famous for its many film and television studios, including Disney, Nickelodeon and the CW.
Burbank is home to the famous Starlight Bowl, a venue that showcases high energy performances, nestled against the Verdugo Mountains. Featuring picnic areas and comfortable seating, this outdoor entertainment venue is open on July 4th and every Saturday evening during the summer. June through September typically has sunny weather in the low to mid-70s.