Grand City Tour of Los Angeles

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  • 5 hr

Discover the best that the city has to offer on our guided Grand City Tour of Los Angeles! For over 31 years, we’ve helped visitors see iconic sights like the Hollywood Sign and Rodeo Drive from the comfort of a private minibus driven by our friendly, experienced tour guides. With over 31 years of curating tours in Los Angeles, we have a pulse on what tourists want to see for a memorable vacation. On this Grand City Tour of Los Angeles, you will visit highlights like Downtown Los Angeles (City Center) and the Griffith Park Observatory -- where you will see the Hollywood Sign and a stunning view of Los Angeles. Then, you’ll visit Hollywood Blvd, the Sunset Strip, and Beverly Hills where you will see select Celebrity Stars Homes. Finally, it’s off to lunch at the Original farmers market.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Downtown Historic District

Your tour begins in Los Angeles' Downtown Historic District the cultural center of our city! See how towering skyscrapers, historical landmarks, trendy art galleries, and gourmet food intersect in the heart of downtown.

Stop At: Walt Disney Concert Hall

Snap a picture in front of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a world-renowned music hall and architectural masterpiece, designed by Frank Gehry. See where the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Master Chorale play for visitors and locals alike

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

See the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, a historic concert venue that was the former home of the Oscars with an above-ground-level plaza. The pavilion is a cultural landmark of Los Angeles and home to the LA Opera and Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance series.

Stop At: Griffith Park

Stop at the Griffith Park Observatory, one of Los Angeles' greatest cultural attractions! Take in spectacular panoramic views from the Pacific Ocean to Downtown L.A., and this is a great place to see the Hollywood Sign!! This stop is a visitor favorite!

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Hollywood Walk of Fame

Walk along Hollywood Boulevard and find the star of your favorite entertainer on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. This stop is a must for anyone visiting The City of Angels! No trip to Los Angeles is complete without stopping to see the golden doors and the ornate design of the most famous movie palace in the world, the TCL Chinese Theatre! Once home to the Academy Awards, the Chinese Theater is where celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, and even R2D2 from Star Wars left their handprints and footprints right in the cement. Also on your Walk Of Fame Stop, See the home of the Oscars (The Academy Awards) at the glamorous Dolby Theater. Millions of people around the world watch the stars walk the famous "red carpet" right into the famed Art Deco theater, and now you can see it yourself!

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Sunset Strip

See where the hottest in Hollywood party, eat, and hangout along the iconic Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. The live music clubs, exclusive hotels, and lively nightlife is what makes this stretch one of the most famous and flocked to in all of Los Angeles

Stop At: Beverly Hills

Get the perfect Instagram picture with a stop at the world famous Beverly Hills sign and Lilly pad!

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Rodeo Drive

Drive down Rodeo Drive like a local celebrity and see where the rich and famous spend their money at the world’s most exclusive boutique shops. We'll make sure you don't miss the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, the unforgettable setting for the movie "Pretty Woman."

Stop At: The Original Farmers Market

Your last stop will be at the charming Original Farmers Market and popular Grove Shopping Mall. Eat, shop, and enjoy exploring this bustling destination loved by tourists and locals alike. Make sure to ask your guide for recommendations on where to grab a bite! .

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Koreatown

Pass through the largest Koreatown in the US. This cool and hip LA neighborhood features great Korean barbecue restaurants and hot night life hangouts!
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